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maynchopper:

alien-braces:

maynchopper I LOVE YOU.

I love you too princess

OMFG I AN GOnna print this out and stick it on my wall bc i got called princess

maynchopper I LOVE YOU.

ferllys:

aggressivelytwerkinganderson:

ferllys:

disneyland toilet


I often wonder who takes these pictures and what their thought process is."I need to take pictures of my entire trip. Which includes this bathroom tiling. *click*"But I wonder more about the people who reblogs these pictures."Wow. What a neat floor."

I made this picture because i wanted to stretch my toilet visit time, i wanted to make my mom think i was dropping a poop in disneylandand people reblog this becausea) they think the doors are floatingb) they’re angry/frustrated/confused why this post has more notes than their selfiesc) the colors match with theyre blog aestheticsd) idk other reasonanyway thats my side of the storytrust me im a photography student

maynchopper your blog is gr8

yung-medusa:

 ︻╦╤─ soft ghetto ─╤╦︻
convocat:

Rich White Ladies - Wimbledon
Lil pic of when i met barbie.. she told me levitation werent cool so i gave up. #throwback
yungcourt:

Yes


OMGF sum1 ask me this
stoweboyd:

wildcat2030:

The King is dead — long live the genetically-engineered mouse version of the King. As a pop comeback, it’s certainly among the more unusual. Royal College of Art graduate student Koby Barhad’s project All That I Am features genetically-engineered mice with DNA taken from the hair of Elvis Presley. The aim is to explore a range of philosophical and ethical issues. While it may sound far-fetched, it really only required taking advantage of three online services which anyone can use. First, eBay, where a sample of Elvis’ hair was bought for the the princely sum of $22 (£14.21). Then, Barhad contacted two companies offering genetic services online — Genetrack Biolabs, who sequenced the DNA from the hair sample, and inGenious Targeting Laboratory, who produce transgenic cloned mice with specifically tailored genetics to order. The result is what Barhad calls an “Elvis mouse model” — a mouse with the genetic makeup of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. (via Artist genetically engineers mice with the DNA of Elvis Presley (Wired UK))

Speculative design intended to force discussion and reflection on the use of human genes.


U CAN BUY LOCKS OF HIS HAIR?! Omg im getting one and putting it in a locket and wearing it to my funeral

turmoilsofthesea:

cemeterydreamscapes:

Watch the trailer for M.I.A.’s controversial unreleased documentary before it’s pulled from the internet again. Reblog the shit out of this.

YES YES YES YES

(via 5anskrit)