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Hi I'm Ashleigh, teenager, Australian.  Here's my blog of completely Random stuff i found on the internet.

magical-flying-moron:

grafoy:

planetsoda:

officialmcdonaldsblog:

pikachucastiel:

ghostofbucky:

getinthefuckingjaeger:

nostopdasgay:

catslock:

condelimoncio:

 MY WHOLE LIFE IS A LIE

THAT’S CHEATING

This is a blatant violation of trust

YOU LYING FUCKS I SPENT MY WHOLE LIFE ADMIRING THE BRICK LAYERS THAT ALWAYS LAY THE BRICKS NEAT AND PERFECTLY LINED UP HOLY SHIT I LOOK UP TO YOU HOW COULD YOU

I guess we shouldn’t mention this either then…




did u ppl seriously think that they would individually lay down thousands of bricks?????

YES

in Poland they really do…

I’m moving to Poland, land of Śledzie and honest pavers.

magical-flying-moron:

grafoy:

planetsoda:

officialmcdonaldsblog:

pikachucastiel:

ghostofbucky:

getinthefuckingjaeger:

nostopdasgay:

catslock:

condelimoncio:

 MY WHOLE LIFE IS A LIE

THAT’S CHEATING

This is a blatant violation of trust

YOU LYING FUCKS I SPENT MY WHOLE LIFE ADMIRING THE BRICK LAYERS THAT ALWAYS LAY THE BRICKS NEAT AND PERFECTLY LINED UP HOLY SHIT I LOOK UP TO YOU HOW COULD YOU

I guess we shouldn’t mention this either then…

image

did u ppl seriously think that they would individually lay down thousands of bricks?????

YES

in Poland they really do…

I’m moving to Poland, land of Śledzie and honest pavers.

(Source: terror4o4, via yj-lover)

visitheworld:

Shadows and lights at the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, UAE (by heshaaam).

visitheworld:

Shadows and lights at the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, UAE (by heshaaam).

(via songsofwolves)

mikeleviwaaron:

thisisyourbrainonsam:

20 Historical Photos (x)

If you don’t think that history is some of the most interesting shit ever, you can get out. 

(via zafyouniis)

square-thoughts:

pryoslim:

niknak79:

Parenting level = 99

that is meaaan

You misspelled brilliant

square-thoughts:

pryoslim:

niknak79:

Parenting level = 99

that is meaaan

You misspelled brilliant

(via artemiscrock-west)

ohmfgeeitsme:

fishandchipsandvinegar:

Disney one-liners we never forget.

I will forever reblog

(via enneyeux)

fantasticsteve:

phoenicis-nido:

riordam:

Cough basalisk cough

fifteen fucking feet AND 2,502 POUNDS ARE YOU SHITTING ME

what if he was friendly and carried his friends on his back you know his name not his story

fantasticsteve:

phoenicis-nido:

riordam:

Cough basalisk cough

fifteen fucking feet AND 2,502 POUNDS ARE YOU SHITTING ME

what if he was friendly and carried his friends on his back you know his name not his story

(via midnightroulette)

keyblade-crafter:

2spookyvoux:

No matter how hard I try, I can’t picture the original leg. This is fucking amazing.

I thought it was real until i saw the paintbrush and read the comment

keyblade-crafter:

2spookyvoux:

No matter how hard I try, I can’t picture the original leg. This is fucking amazing.

I thought it was real until i saw the paintbrush and read the comment

(via fuckyeahthelunarchronicles)

butt-hole-bread:

jeremyblogsthings:

justcallmejude:

booksbreathe:

123lee:

Banksy.

I’ve reblogged almost all of these. Fuckin dope artist.

I will never tire of Banksy.

The last one though.

(via hopefulblood)

meghannnleighhh:

I have a huge fascination with cool lights and lanterns.. Anyone else..???

(via midnightroulette)

odditiesoflife:

Mysterious Coin-Covered Wishing Trees

The strange phenomenon of gnarled old trees with coins embedded all over their bark has been spotted from the Peak District to the Scottish Highlands in the United Kingdom. One of the larger collections can be seen in the picturesque village of Portmeirion in Wales where there are seven felled tree trunks with coins pushed into them.

The coins are usually knocked into the tree trunks using stones by passers-by, who hope it will bring them good fortune. These fascinating spectacles often have coins from centuries ago buried deep in their bark, warped from the passage of time.

The tradition of making offerings to deities at wishing trees dates back hundreds of years and is similar to the concept of a “wishing well”, where one tosses a coin in for good luck. The “wishing trees” date back to the early 1700s in Scotland where ill people stuck florins into trees with the idea that the trees would take any any illness. However if someone were to take away any of the coins, legend states that they will become ill instead.

sources 1, 2, 3

(via aimmyarrowshigh)

thediluteddreams:

There should be a doctor who episode about her

thediluteddreams:

There should be a doctor who episode about her

(Source: memewhore, via artemiscrock-west)

odditiesoflife:

Seeing History in Color

Colorization has become increasingly popular lately, and the creators behind this new breed of updated imagery use all the technological resources of the last 20 years to strive for more than just plausibility — their aim is for historical authenticity. Image specialist Jordan J. Lloyd has achieved a way to do so that pays homage to the photo and to history.

Lloyd is a specialist at a digital image agency and his work there is something of a digital counterpart to what wax workers at Madame Tussaud’s do while making their human sculptures — he provides the nuance that creates an illusion of vitality. While anyone with a computer and the financial resources could potentially try their hand at colorization, however like most pursuits it takes someone devoted to the craft to master it, with coloring that looks natural and real:

  1. Reality standing in front of contradiction, 1930s
  2. Unemployed lumber worker, circa 1939
  3. Hindenburg Disaster – May 6, 1937
  4. Auto wreck in Washington D.C, 1921
  5. Kissing the war goodbye, V-J Day August 14, 1945
  6. Albert Einstein, Nassau Point, Long Island, NY, Summer 1939
  7. "Old Gold," country store, 1939
  8. British troops cheerfully board their train for the first stage of their trip to the front – England, September 20, 1939
  9. Thich Quang Duc, 1963

(Source: fastcocreate.com)

kitsunecoffee:

beecharts:

fangirequeen:

knottybear:

archiemcphee:

Here’s an awesome little piece of history:
Archaeologists in the Burnt City have discovered what appears to be an ancient prosthetic eye. What makes this discovery exceptionally awesome is the striking description of how the owner and her false eye would have appeared while she was still alive and blinking:

[The eye] has a hemispherical form and a diameter of just over 2.5 cm (1 inch). It consists of very light material, probably bitumen paste. The surface of the artificial eye is covered with a thin layer of gold, engraved with a central circle (representing the iris) and gold lines patterned like sun rays. The female remains found with the artificial eye was 1.82 m tall (6 feet), much taller than ordinary women of her time. On both sides of the eye are drilled tiny holes, through which a golden thread could hold the eyeball in place. Since microscopic research has shown that the eye socket showed clear imprints of the golden thread, the eyeball must have been worn during her lifetime. The woman’s skeleton has been dated to between 2900 and 2800 BCE. 

So she was an extraordinarily tall woman walking around wearing an engraved golden eye patterned with rays like a tiny sun. What an awesome sight that must have been.
[via TYWKIWDBI]

Wow.

SOMEONE DRAW HER PLEASE


CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!!

CAN WE TALK ABOUT HOW AN ANCIENT CRAFTSMAN WAS PRESENTED WITH PEOPLE LOOKING FOR HELP TO NORMALIZE THEIR DISABILITY. AND THEN SAID ‘NAH FUCK THIS WE’RE GOING TO MAKE YOU LOOK BADASS.’ 

kitsunecoffee:

beecharts:

fangirequeen:

knottybear:

archiemcphee:

Here’s an awesome little piece of history:

Archaeologists in the Burnt City have discovered what appears to be an ancient prosthetic eye. What makes this discovery exceptionally awesome is the striking description of how the owner and her false eye would have appeared while she was still alive and blinking:

[The eye] has a hemispherical form and a diameter of just over 2.5 cm (1 inch). It consists of very light material, probably bitumen paste. The surface of the artificial eye is covered with a thin layer of gold, engraved with a central circle (representing the iris) and gold lines patterned like sun rays. The female remains found with the artificial eye was 1.82 m tall (6 feet), much taller than ordinary women of her time. On both sides of the eye are drilled tiny holes, through which a golden thread could hold the eyeball in place. Since microscopic research has shown that the eye socket showed clear imprints of the golden thread, the eyeball must have been worn during her lifetime. The woman’s skeleton has been dated to between 2900 and 2800 BCE. 

So she was an extraordinarily tall woman walking around wearing an engraved golden eye patterned with rays like a tiny sun. What an awesome sight that must have been.

[via TYWKIWDBI]

Wow.

SOMEONE DRAW HER PLEASE

CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!!

CAN WE TALK ABOUT HOW AN ANCIENT CRAFTSMAN WAS PRESENTED WITH PEOPLE LOOKING FOR HELP TO NORMALIZE THEIR DISABILITY. AND THEN SAID ‘NAH FUCK THIS WE’RE GOING TO MAKE YOU LOOK BADASS.’ 

(via baddayzombie)

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

. Katerina Plotnikova  on Tumblr

Katerina Plotnikova is a fine art photographer from Russia who explains her work as “another tale about wonderland.” Her images are simple, yet stunning. Welcome to the magical land of Katerina. Her photography conjures up dreams of serenity and gentleness.

    (via proserpin)