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18, Sweden
Occasionally turns into an obsessive band blog, and I can't control that.

I reblog whatever I feel like, so - as you can see, this isn't a pretty blog, but I like it.

elen-sila-lumenn:

thescienceofjohnlock:

corinnestark:

bouncingdodecahedrons:

ifelay:

“So my friend gave her rabbit a cherry” … - Imgur







the best thing I have ever seen.

elen-sila-lumenn:

thescienceofjohnlock:

corinnestark:

bouncingdodecahedrons:

ifelay:

“So my friend gave her rabbit a cherry” … - Imgur

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the best thing I have ever seen.

necrophilofthefuture:

i never tag my queued posts because i want you guys to always question whether or not I’m actually online. maybe this post is queued. maybe I’m on a plane to france. idk. mysterious.

ruggedhemmo:

Hi as a thank you I’m going to do compliment number things:

  • Reblog this
  • Send me a number (also if you want you could tell me about your day or something happy because I’m thinking about deleting) sad alice is sad again

Then I will make a post for you which will include:

  • A ship
  • A paragraph complimenting you and your blog
  • A very cheesy fake tweet

Much love and no notes this never happened xxx

Dean Winchester Expectations vs. Reality

gourmetgaming:


Pokémon – Old Gateau

With the return of Gourmet Gaming, I felt a return to the classics (in terms of both food and games) as a gentle ease in would be best. Pokémon recently enjoyed a resurgence in popularity thanks to ‘Twitch Plays Pokémon’ where gamers set aside their differences and took part in some (mostly) jolly co-operation in a bid to become Pokémon master. When it came to the Old Gateau, I decided to base the recipe on the traditional Japanese treat of Uirō, which is rather similar to Mochi in texture and taste. I decided only a sweet from the Edo period could have survived so long in the Old Chateau. I like to think maybe it’s the final tasty evolution of a Gengar…
Click ‘Read More’ for the full recipe!
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gourmetgaming:

Pokémon – Old Gateau

Difficulty: 1 Heart

With the return of Gourmet Gaming, I felt a return to the classics (in terms of both food and games) as a gentle ease in would be best. Pokémon recently enjoyed a resurgence in popularity thanks to ‘Twitch Plays Pokémon’ where gamers set aside their differences and took part in some (mostly) jolly co-operation in a bid to become Pokémon master. When it came to the Old Gateau, I decided to base the recipe on the traditional Japanese treat of Uirō, which is rather similar to Mochi in texture and taste. I decided only a sweet from the Edo period could have survived so long in the Old Chateau. I like to think maybe it’s the final tasty evolution of a Gengar…

Click ‘Read More’ for the full recipe!

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i-am-mishafuckingcollins:

overlordjake:

faggotarian:

verysiriuspotterhead:

caskettcase:

i work at home depot and yesterday i decided to pick up some possible paint colors for future living arrangements and loved this swatch

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especially this one

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which once you crop it comes out to be this color online

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and i kept wondering…where have i seen that color before when it dawned on me.

you can never truly leave

we really are deep royals

we really are deeproyals

BUT I THOUGHT WE WOULD NEVER BE ROYALS

james-p-sullivan:

this song set the bar so high for any other movie intro

1 day ago203,815 plays

@5SOS: Soundcheck x

is that idiot playing the spongebob outro?

2 days ago944 plays

vixio:

why is underwear so expensive like wtf its a sheet of fabric that covers ur dinky doo