jromsan

asoiafuniversity:

iamnotdoingshittoday:

A Mapped History of A Song of Ice and Fire by u/hotbrownDoubleDouble

mod note: While there are multiple typos in these images (“Roynar” should be Rhoynar, “Durrandon” should be Durrendon, “Gardiner” should be Gardener, and “the last native king” in the seventh image should be “the last Riverlands king”), this is nevertheless a very useful resource of pre-Conquest history.

(Source: joeydeangelis)

somebody to keep tabs and accumulate data…

(Source: sarahmanninqq)

sketchyburgerking:

wickedclothes:

Glow In The Dark Crystal Necklace

Many crystals are thought to have healing powers. This pointed cut of crystal glows bright blue when worn in the dark, so that you’re able to heal yourself even in the darkest of places. Sold on Etsy.

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montagemode:

roachpatrol:

oliviawhen:

A solid way to accept someone’s feelings.

i’m gonna die still laughing at this

I gleefully showed this to at least four people and nobody got the joke so

creaturesfromdreams:

Sci-Fi Characters by Konstantin (Zoonoid)

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mr-mononucleosis:

lunalovegouda:

The intro cards for Futurama have always been one of my favorite parts of the show because people always talk about the old Simpson’s couch gag but this is just pure gold… I mean-

It goes from everything from 

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and then they made fun of how much everyone reacted to the the infamous ‘dead dog episode’ that I cried about…

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And then one time when the show got canceled…

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and then when it came back..

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you’re missing my favorite one though

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godotal:

20,000 Nopes Under the Sea

This is my greatest phobia, the fear to ocean’s deepness. It’s beautiful, and amazing, and all that, but I could never swim even close to that gaping hole.

godotal:

20,000 Nopes Under the Sea

This is my greatest phobia, the fear to ocean’s deepness. It’s beautiful, and amazing, and all that, but I could never swim even close to that gaping hole.

ianbrooks:

Study in Bird Motion by Joyce Lin

Artist: Behance

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