[looks through own music library] amazing
doing a math question on a multiple choice test and getting an answer that isnt even listed as one of the choices
firmly grasp it link
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THIS is how you mashup!!!
I HEARD THE BEAT OF ACDC INTRO TO BACK IN BLACK AND I KNEW I HAD TO REBLOG AND THEN QUEEN AND THEN OUTKAST OMFG
"Long Live the King"
IM IN CLASS AND CANT STOP LAUGHINH OMG IM DONE
do you ever get the feeling that your friends just dont care
In an effort to reduce the amount of how much I swear I’m replacing all “motherfuckers” with “Oedipus”
There ain’t nothing erotic about that shit, let me tell you.
Benedict Cumberbatch on the motion capture suit he had to wear for Smaug(via estychan)
Best quote of the entire interview, save for the very sexy reading of R. Kelly lyrics ;)
The posts that pop up during finals week are the best kinds of posts
[violently wishes to be hot]
I KNOW FINALS ARE COMING BUT YOU GUYS CAN DO IT
Your mother is so old that the geocentric theory was still in existence during her youth.
Located approximately 300 million light-years away in the constellation of Volans, AM 0644-741 is one of the most spectacular ‘Ring Galaxies’ currently know. Galaxies such as this typically get their ring-like appearance after immense galactic collisions take place. In this case, AM 0644-741′s appearance can be attributed to an “intruder” galaxy plunging through the disk of AM 0644-741 and piercing it.
This particular one is about 150,000 light-years in diameter, making it about 50% longer than our home galaxy, The Milky Way. And while it’s quite unlikely for any celestial objects to collide during galactic mergers, they are extremely prone to rampant star formation over the course of millions of years. You can see some of those star-forming regions splotched in blue in this Hubble image, which was taken using sensitive ultraviolet filters.
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, and The Hubble Heritage Team (AURA/STScI)