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why are people uploading selfys in sets of 6. i want in on this fun new trend

hello, i am beautiful, reblog this

you’re damn right you’re beautiful fileextension, give me a minute to fancy myself up so I can properly greet you madam.

dont call me madam im not a girl ;^)

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virulenthearts:

top six mutuals - general recommendations & info - has or has not seen Naruto?rainbowstripedpants - red - HI BECCA!! My Canadian mom! Your entire outlook and positive vibe basically got me through the first year of college and that means a lot to me. Follow for Sailor Moon, lolita fashion, and cats! Probably has seen Naruto? What a neat blog.fortmercer - orange - REED HI I WISH WE TALKED MORE OFTEN!! You’re basically always at the top but I still don’t know how we became mutuals? Follow for Arctic Monkeys, the good parts of Always Sunny, and cats! Has probably seen Naruto. Grade A+ blog.1980sspaceman - yellow - I think this guy was one of my first mutuals on the entire site? He is a super nerd and the one I trust for all the quality content from the fandoms I’m not a part of. That includes Naruto. Follow for Pacific Rim, Kill La Kill, and Pokemon? Quality blog.maqdaddio - green - This is funny because we both accidentally look up to each other in a cryptic Escher-esque knot. Bryan is a Canadian robot who has definitely seen Naruto. Follow for Game Grumps, Lego, and natural outdoorsy bullshit. Wonderful blog.receptacle - blue - MYSTERIOUS NEO-FUTURIST CYBERPUNK BLOG HELLO!! When I met you for the first time you told me I had a nice butt and I still think about that. Has collectively seen at least six episodes of Naruto. Follow for cyberpunk, nordic mythology, and Iceland! Also worth noting is tertiary blog receptacle-cute for doggles, baby cats, and sea kittens. Both wonderful blogs.robissexyashellism - purple - LOOK AT THIS LOSER NERD. CANADIAN DAD AND HUGE WEABOO. HAS SEEN EVERY EPISODE OF NARUTO AND PROBABLY IDENTIFIES WITH ROCK LEE. FOLLOW FOR GUNDAM, MASS EFFECT, REVOLUTIONARY GIRL UTENA. BEST LOSER-ASS BLOG ON THE ‘NET.

i’m not gonna lie. i’ve seen a LOT more than six episodes of naruto. i used to set up VHS tapes to record it off toonami on fridays
having admitted that OH GOSH THANKS

virulenthearts:

top six mutuals - general recommendations & info - has or has not seen Naruto?

rainbowstripedpants - red - HI BECCA!! My Canadian mom! Your entire outlook and positive vibe basically got me through the first year of college and that means a lot to me. Follow for Sailor Moon, lolita fashion, and cats! Probably has seen Naruto? What a neat blog.

fortmercer - orange - REED HI I WISH WE TALKED MORE OFTEN!! You’re basically always at the top but I still don’t know how we became mutuals? Follow for Arctic Monkeys, the good parts of Always Sunny, and cats! Has probably seen Naruto. Grade A+ blog.

1980sspaceman - yellow - I think this guy was one of my first mutuals on the entire site? He is a super nerd and the one I trust for all the quality content from the fandoms I’m not a part of. That includes Naruto. Follow for Pacific Rim, Kill La Kill, and Pokemon? Quality blog.

maqdaddio - green - This is funny because we both accidentally look up to each other in a cryptic Escher-esque knot. Bryan is a Canadian robot who has definitely seen Naruto. Follow for Game Grumps, Lego, and natural outdoorsy bullshit. Wonderful blog.

receptacle - blue - MYSTERIOUS NEO-FUTURIST CYBERPUNK BLOG HELLO!! When I met you for the first time you told me I had a nice butt and I still think about that. Has collectively seen at least six episodes of Naruto. Follow for cyberpunk, nordic mythology, and Iceland! Also worth noting is tertiary blog receptacle-cute for doggles, baby cats, and sea kittens. Both wonderful blogs.

robissexyashellism - purple - LOOK AT THIS LOSER NERD. CANADIAN DAD AND HUGE WEABOO. HAS SEEN EVERY EPISODE OF NARUTO AND PROBABLY IDENTIFIES WITH ROCK LEE. FOLLOW FOR GUNDAM, MASS EFFECT, REVOLUTIONARY GIRL UTENA. BEST LOSER-ASS BLOG ON THE ‘NET.

i’m not gonna lie. i’ve seen a LOT more than six episodes of naruto. i used to set up VHS tapes to record it off toonami on fridays

having admitted that OH GOSH THANKS

squirrel-atwar:

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squirrel-atwar:

Aldnoah.Zero has amazing, AMAZING animation

hmm
this looks interesting should i watch it

Yes! It’s no Evangelion (what is?) but it’s got amazing animation, and the plot is more focused on not-action, which is interesting. They don’t explain as much as I’d like about the premise, but I’m really enjoying it! And it just started a few weeks ago, so not hard to keep up with.

sweet! I’ll look into it, thanks :)

squirrel-atwar:

receptacle:

squirrel-atwar:

Aldnoah.Zero has amazing, AMAZING animation

hmm

this looks interesting should i watch it

Yes! It’s no Evangelion (what is?) but it’s got amazing animation, and the plot is more focused on not-action, which is interesting. They don’t explain as much as I’d like about the premise, but I’m really enjoying it! And it just started a few weeks ago, so not hard to keep up with.

sweet! I’ll look into it, thanks :)

erikangle:

The Lion Gate at Hattusa, the Bronze Age capital of the Hittite Empire (modern-day Boğazkale, Turkey).

erikangle:

The Lion Gate at Hattusa, the Bronze Age capital of the Hittite Empire (modern-day Boğazkale, Turkey).

The mistake people make when they talk about not being able to trust Wikipedia is in the implicit assumption that we could trust encyclopedias as infallible sources before Wikipedia.

I like Wikipedia because I know it could be wrong. Regular encyclopedias can be wrong, too, but my guard was never up in the same way with them as it is with Wikipedia. I like Internet media specifically for the reason that Aaron Sorkin doesn’t like it: because it makes it that much more difficult for me to have any illusions about the fact that the burden of critical thought is on me.

I don’t automatically trust bloggers because a group of people I’ve never met decided to give them a badge that says “reporter” on it. I don’t turn off my critical thinking because they’ve gotten to be some sort of “professional”. I have to judge them on the merits of their writing and history of thoughtfulness or thoughtlessness alone. That is a feature, not a bug, because we should never trust any news media outlet implicitly.

On the Internet Everyone Knows You Could Be a Dog, or Why I Think Aaron Sorkin Is Wrong About the Value of Established Media Outlets (via researchtobedone)

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janurschel:

This the first of three images I contributed to the Nuthin But Mech Vol 2. book. I highly recommend buying it. It’s full of badass mechs and all proceeds to go help Francis Tsai! You can get it on the dsp website or on amazon.

janurschel:

This the first of three images I contributed to the Nuthin But Mech Vol 2. book. I highly recommend buying it. It’s full of badass mechs and all proceeds to go help Francis Tsai! You can get it on the dsp website or on amazon.

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scienceisbeauty:

The oldest known trousers, including this roughly 3,000-year-old pair with woven leg decorations, belonged to nomadic horsemen in Central Asia.
Source: First pants worn by horse riders 3,000 years ago (Science News)

scienceisbeauty:

The oldest known trousers, including this roughly 3,000-year-old pair with woven leg decorations, belonged to nomadic horsemen in Central Asia.

Source: First pants worn by horse riders 3,000 years ago (Science News)

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