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Reblogged from enemyoffate

Gravity (2013)

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supermegafoxyawesomehotnot:

supermegafoxyawesomehotnot:

so i saw this and the first thing i thought of was “WOULDN’T THIS HURT THO” and i was really concerned about how uncomfortable this thing would be until i realized
i was at Claire’s
it was just a pen

i cannot believe i broke 1000 folloWers overnight because of a post about a goddamn rAINBOW CACTUS DILDO PEN

supermegafoxyawesomehotnot:

supermegafoxyawesomehotnot:

so i saw this and the first thing i thought of was “WOULDN’T THIS HURT THO” and i was really concerned about how uncomfortable this thing would be until i realized

i was at Claire’s

it was just a pen

i cannot believe i broke 1000 folloWers overnight because of a post about a goddamn rAINBOW CACTUS DILDO PEN

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Reblogged from moretz-c

tbiamaryllis:

northernmind-southernheart:

The american sex education system.

Why are you laughing at me

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Reblogged from bae-stop-playin
bae-stop-playin:

got the new beats by struggle

bae-stop-playin:

got the new beats by struggle

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Reblogged from torritron
lulz-time:

sirigglesworth:
OMG she looks like SpongeBob from the Mac&Cheese box…

lulz-time:

sirigglesworth:

OMG she looks like SpongeBob from the Mac&Cheese box…

image

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Reblogged from inspirationfeed
inspirationfeed:

Schienenzeppelin - A German high speed train from the 1930s. Top speed was 210 km/h (130mph). http://ift.tt/1iIvx32

inspirationfeed:

Schienenzeppelin - A German high speed train from the 1930s. Top speed was 210 km/h (130mph). http://ift.tt/1iIvx32

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Reblogged from thatothernguyen

pandalove12393:

thatothernguyen:

are penguins even real omfg

Penguins are majestic as fuck

(via thefuuuucomics)

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Reblogged from ahahahohohehe

lordofthenerdsandfandoms:

#CLEARLY REBLOGGING FOR RDJ’S FACE

image

If I don’t reblog this, it’s because I’m dead.

(Source: ahahahohohehe, via heyitsthatgirl)

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Reblogged from vegasthecorgi

corgiaddict:

vegasthecorgi:

Ears are warming up for take-off!

Corgi owners are as ridiculous as corgis themselves. Fact. 

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Reblogged from kiliofdurinsline

kiliofdurinsline:

I SEE YOU aka ‘someone needs to take photoshop away from me omg’
inspired by xxx

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Reblogged from miquimel
wayfaringmd:

cranquis:

medical-gal:

also Pseudomonas always smells to me like rotten roses 

Mmmm, I love the smell of typhoid in the morning.

Lies. Typhoid does NOT smell like bread. At. All. I can get down with scrofula tho.

wayfaringmd:

cranquis:

medical-gal:

also Pseudomonas always smells to me like rotten roses

Mmmm, I love the smell of typhoid in the morning.

Lies. Typhoid does NOT smell like bread. At. All.

I can get down with scrofula tho.

(Source: miquimel)

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Reblogged from nprglobalhealth
medicalschool:

How a human lung is kept alive and breathing for a transplant
Lung in a box. Very cool.
To extend the time an organ can last before it’s transplanted into a recipient, engineers have developed the Organ Care System — which is essentially a box pumping blood and oxygen to the lung.   
As Gizmodo explains: 
What’s especially neat about the OCS is that they can actually be used to improve imperfect donor lungs by flushing it with antibiotics and nutrients. Like refurbishing a lung, sort of. Putting donor lungs through the OCS helps increase and improve the number of potential donor lungs. Not every donor lung is usable, donor lungs that go through the OCS may be.
Learn more about lung transplants at Al Jazeera America. 

medicalschool:

How a human lung is kept alive and breathing for a transplant

Lung in a box. Very cool.

To extend the time an organ can last before it’s transplanted into a recipient, engineers have developed the Organ Care System — which is essentially a box pumping blood and oxygen to the lung.   

As Gizmodo explains: 

What’s especially neat about the OCS is that they can actually be used to improve imperfect donor lungs by flushing it with antibiotics and nutrients. Like refurbishing a lung, sort of. Putting donor lungs through the OCS helps increase and improve the number of potential donor lungs. Not every donor lung is usable, donor lungs that go through the OCS may be.

Learn more about lung transplants at Al Jazeera America

(via malgosh)