Fuck off, Sebastian: 7-8/?

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baelor:

i saw this

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so i made this

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We knew the world would not be the same. A few people laughed, a few people cried; most people were silent. I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad-Gita… “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.”
—Robert Oppenheimer, The Decision to Drop the Bomb, 1965

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lesbiansandthelivingdead:

heyfunniest:

Without his moustache.

That is just so inexplicably wrong

mishasminions:

"But I knew him"

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disneyprincessofthemonthclub:

The scene in which Elsa walks out onto the balcony of her newly constructed ice palace is 218 frames long, and includes the film’s longest frame to render. The single frame took more than 132 hours to render (that’s more than five days).

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no-social-life-needed:

My whole life has been a lie

"I like Larry! He is a good friend and a fine man, with an inexplicably gorgeous wife. I mean, to the point where it makes no sense at all — Sorry, getting off track. He’s a nice person, and we should all stand up and say…”

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rhydonmyhardon:

wow this live action bee movie remake looks great

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Pixar + last lines

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cloysterbell:

Jsyk it’s been nearly 10 years and I still haven’t forgiven Graystripe for leaving Firestar and Thunderclan for Silverstream and Riverclan.

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bearsnbeetsnbattlestargalactica:

This was seriously the best prank

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momochanners:

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Condolences to those who lost their loved ones.
Thank you to all MAS personnel, coordinators, support staff and SAR personnel from Malaysia and 26 other nations who worked tirelessly these past two weeks to find closure for their families.
Thank you to those who held out hope. It’s just unfortunate that this story has a sad ending.