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rneerkat:

people who say “stahp” should take their own advice

(Source: rneerkat)


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gomasio666:

Two persons from whom a hobby and a language are different. 
Surely lovely love is carried out.


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vodkapleasuresmile:

The ending credits for Paint It, White are my favorite. 

can we talk about their height??


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heartofhetalia:

「では撮りますよーいいですかー?」
Pixiv ID: 9677253Member: 落花生

heartofhetalia:

「では撮りますよーいいですかー?」
Pixiv ID: 9677253
Member: 落花生


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questlon:

i broke up with my gym
we were just not working out


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redrubied:

ozonebabys-temple:

ozonebabys-temple:
Today is World Elephant Day
' The Ivory Crisis: Urgent and Comple x '
It’s estimated that there were 1.2 million elephants in Africa in 1980. Now there are only about 430,000. And the numbers are plummeting – an estimated 30,000 elephants are being killed each year.  
Why? Their tusks. The demand for ivory – carved into figurines, chopsticks, bracelets and other “luxury” items – has skyrocketed in Asian markets, most notably China, as more of the population accumulates wealth. Unfortunately, there is widespread misinformation, leading many consumers to believe that the item they’re buying came from elephants that died of natural causes.
Our network of partners includes: Northern Rangelands Trust, Save the Elephants, Save the Rhino Trust, Kenya Wildlife Service, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Wildlife Conservation Society, Zambia Wildlife Authority, Tanzania National Park Authority, Space for Giants, Ujamaa Community Resource Team – and you.

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redrubied:

ozonebabys-temple:

ozonebabys-temple:

Today is World Elephant Day

' The Ivory Crisis: Urgent and Comple x '

It’s estimated that there were 1.2 million elephants in Africa in 1980. Now there are only about 430,000. And the numbers are plummeting – an estimated 30,000 elephants are being killed each year.  

Why? Their tusks. The demand for ivory – carved into figurines, chopsticks, bracelets and other “luxury” items – has skyrocketed in Asian markets, most notably China, as more of the population accumulates wealth. Unfortunately, there is widespread misinformation, leading many consumers to believe that the item they’re buying came from elephants that died of natural causes.

Our network of partners includes: Northern Rangelands Trust, Save the Elephants, Save the Rhino Trust, Kenya Wildlife Service, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Wildlife Conservation Society, Zambia Wildlife Authority, Tanzania National Park Authority, Space for Giants, Ujamaa Community Resource Team – and you.

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izumou:

Shingeki no Kyojin :: Chibi Chinese Zodiac

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Let’s make the Flubber movie cover the most reblogged picture on Tumblr.


insanitys-love:

mymompickedthisurl:

thewinchesterswagger:

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HOW IS THIS THE FIRST TIME I’VE SEEN THIS IT’S ALMOST AT 10 MILLION WTF

Yes let’s do it for him.

(Source: mspandrew)