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piddlepup:

this ones for dan bc he’s an a+ dogget

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pixalry:

Legend of Zelda Illustrations - Created by Polaara

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xxxxredxxxxcatxxxx:

majorshsl-techsupport:

wendycorduroy:

luckykk:

mocking the cutscene right before a level where you keep dying because you’ve heard it so many times

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I feel like Kingdom Hearts has broken a lot of people…

you have no idea

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thewerebunny:

drunkoffbutterbeer:

I’m sorry did you save the doctor with cpr

Did you defeat a witch’s spell with a rhyming word from harry potter

Did you take care of the doctor in 1913 England when he didn’t even remember himself

Did you recognize the master before the doctor did

Did you save all of humanity’s ass from the master by spreading the story of the doctor?

No?

Then why don’t you stop being a little bitch about Martha Jones being a useless unneeded character 

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ancienttimenews:

The Kailashnath Temple in the Ellora Caves complex of Maharashtra state.

The temple, which is intended to symbolize Mount Kailash in the Himalayas, mystical abode of the god Shiva, was not “built” but is rather sculpted in one piece out of the solid basalt bedrock of the area. It is estimated that close to half a million tons of this very hard igneous rock had to be removed, cutting downwards from the top to isolate the core body of what would become the temple before the mass of intricate relief carvings were begun. 


None of the tools used to create this stunning monument have ever been found, which begs the quesion how the work was done with the rather simple technology that archaeologists say was available in India in the 26-year reign (757-783 AD) of King Krishna I of the Rashtrakuta Dynasty. 
 
There is either an error with the archaeological undertstanding of the technology of that epoch, or the time-frame attributed to the temple, or both. However it was done, it is undoubtedly a tribute to ancient Indian craftsmanship and aesthetics on an exceptionally grand and breathtaking scale. 
It is noteworthy that the Mahabalipuram shore temples overlook extensive submerged ruins which may date back to the last Ice Age when sea level was 100 metres lower.
 
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biomorphosis:

The bat-eared fox is named for its huge ears, which can grow to be more than five inches long and stand out much like the ears on a bat. These foxes live in family units and typically eat insects to survive. 

This amazing animal can eat more than a million termites per year and can actually help control the termite population. They rarely drink water because they are able to hydrate with all the bugs they eat.

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gardenburger:

dark-dionysian-nsfw:

gardenburger:

HOW COME WHEN HARRY GETS BITTEN BY THE BASILISK IN CHAMBER OF SECRETS THAT DOESNT DESTROY THE HORCRUX IN HIM SOMEONE ANSWER THIS???

Because…

Because… Shit.

Can we get JKR on the phone ?

yes let me just pull out her number real quick hang on yes hello 911 can i speak to jkr pls

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speedbikes:

Me and the TARDIS!!!!! I love Dr. Who!!!!!

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stevencrewniverse:

Just a few hours until a new episode!

From Storyboarder Raven Molisee:

New Steven Universe episode tonight! At 6:30pm on Cartoon Network, you can catch the premiere of “Joking Victim”. Its another one from me and my dear partner, Paul. Please, enjoy!

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thatsmoderatelyraven:

what has this picture been through

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generic-jackal:

trying to figure out how I want these things to look??? so far there are like 50 variations. maybe they will just stay weird and inconsistent.

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generic-jackal:

Keeper of the Three; 2014
watercolor, india ink & white gel pen on sketchbook paper