Video 16 Jul 4,012 notes

"This means the boat won’t butt against the waves like a goat, but move over them like a ripple." Vikings.

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Video 16 Jul 188,934 notes

toothpast:

youcantseemyinsidefeels:

kate-wisehart:

idontlikeyourcat:

In which Darcy never learned how to pronounce ‘Mjolnir’, but really doesn’t give a crap.

My headcanon is that Mjolnir is at least semi-sentient and thinks Darcy’s nickname is awesome and adorable.

I bet whenever she sees it and is like “myeuh myeuh!” it’s just like “hey Darcy”.

I bet Darcy is worthy of myeuh myeuh

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Photo 16 Jul 95 notes beerstudio:

Zealous, from House of Pendragon in Fresno. A delicious, smooth coffee oatmeal stout.

beerstudio:

Zealous, from House of Pendragon in Fresno. A delicious, smooth coffee oatmeal stout.

Photo 16 Jul 45,706 notes agentbrompton:

pantheraj:

laughterkey:

adulthoodisokay:

fastcompany:

"It’s not dead. It’s resting."
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That is an ex-parrot.

He has ceased to be.

"He’s just pining for the fjords!"

"The Norwegian Blue prefers keepin’ on it’s back!"

agentbrompton:

pantheraj:

laughterkey:

adulthoodisokay:

fastcompany:

"It’s not dead. It’s resting."

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That is an ex-parrot.

He has ceased to be.

"He’s just pining for the fjords!"

"The Norwegian Blue prefers keepin’ on it’s back!"

Text 16 Jul Confucius and Work: a debunking.

I just read this article:

http://theindisputabledirt.wordpress.com/2014/07/10/if-you-havent-worked-a-day-in-your-life-you-probably-dont-love-anything/

This was very insightful, thought-provoking, and motivating for me. If you have been considering your career, side jobs, and the basic ‘what am I doing with my life??’ question, I would suggest reading this.

The basic point was this:
Find something to love, something to fight for. This is is why you work. And this applies if you’re an athlete practicing for the game, a janitor just trying to get food on the table, a stay at home mom, a soldier taking a bullet for his brother, or a student writing a paper late into the night.

Photo 15 Jul 67 notes coldwindandiron:

bourbon-bear:

whiskey-wolf:

Knife, pack, tent, cup, map

Me:  Pocket Knife, Canteen, Shovel, First Aid Kit, Map
Friend:  Kayak, first aid kit, axe, grille, tent
Wife:  Backpack, first aid kit, binoculars, Canteen, pocket knife

I’m gonna go with
whiskey-wolf
with this one. That is, if the cup is full of whiskey. In that case, leave me out here, I’m good.

coldwindandiron:

bourbon-bear:

whiskey-wolf:

Knife, pack, tent, cup, map

Me:  Pocket Knife, Canteen, Shovel, First Aid Kit, Map

Friend:  Kayak, first aid kit, axe, grille, tent

Wife:  Backpack, first aid kit, binoculars, Canteen, pocket knife

I’m gonna go with
whiskey-wolf
with this one. That is, if the cup is full of whiskey. In that case, leave me out here, I’m good.

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Photo 15 Jul 100,328 notes awwww-cute:

We recently adopted a couple of kittens. This one, Starbuck, enjoys chewing on books

awwww-cute:

We recently adopted a couple of kittens. This one, Starbuck, enjoys chewing on books

via .
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Video 15 Jul 650 notes
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Photo 15 Jul 41 notes peashooter85:

Hi
I never cease to be suprised by the adoption of Scottish bagpipes by non-Scots.
Back in 2000 I took a trip on a steam train from Peshawar up to the Khyber Pass. At one of the stops this Pashtun pipe band appeared out of nowhere, playing a wild mashup of local and British military music. I thought you might like this pic.
Thanks for all the work on your blog, it’s always an entertaining and interesting read.
Gary
Brixton, London.
p.s. A couple of days ago you reblogged Johahn Zoffany’s picture of George III and his family. I’ve got to tell you that a couple of months ago I sat under this picture during a harpsichord recital in the Buckingham Palace gallery. I can’t claim any royal connections, I had a ticket from BBC Radio 3, which was broadcasting the event.

peashooter85:

Hi

I never cease to be suprised by the adoption of Scottish bagpipes by non-Scots.

Back in 2000 I took a trip on a steam train from Peshawar up to the Khyber Pass. At one of the stops this Pashtun pipe band appeared out of nowhere, playing a wild mashup of local and British military music. I thought you might like this pic.

Thanks for all the work on your blog, it’s always an entertaining and interesting read.

Gary

Brixton, London.

p.s. A couple of days ago you reblogged Johahn Zoffany’s picture of George III and his family. I’ve got to tell you that a couple of months ago I sat under this picture during a harpsichord recital in the Buckingham Palace gallery. I can’t claim any royal connections, I had a ticket from BBC Radio 3, which was broadcasting the event.

Video 15 Jul 256,552 notes

candiedmoon:

Seal befriends woman sitting on the beach - Video

this is the cutest thing ever and I can’t handle it

Lauren: “So many fats!”

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Video 15 Jul 1,136 notes

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Video 13 Jul 181,828 notes

devotionaura:

everyone watch this video of my dog gettin embarrassed that i caught him singin


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