Fraggle Rock Music Video of the Day: The Fraggles are back courtesy Ben Folds Five and “Do It Anyway, ” the first track from their new albumThe Sound Of The Life Of The Mind.
With surprise ending.
OMG. I watched for the Fraggles but I staid for the song.
LifeStraw purifies water instantly and inexpensively: it is a solution that can provide millions of under-privileged people with safe drinking water.
reblogging again because science
Seriously, Science. Do your thing.
IT’S ONLY 20$.
OH MY GOD
Toast Messenger by Sasha Tseng
Honestly, I would just use this to make the most passive aggressive sandwiches
i would write the usernames of tumblr people that make me mad and then eat them
I’d draw yaoi on mine.
WOULD YOU CALL THESE…
New goal in life: draw gay porn on toast.
A villager offers flowers to a female adult elephant lying dead in a paddy field in Panbari village, India, Saturday, Sept. 1. The elephant was hit by a train and killed while crossing railway tracks with a herd of wild Asiatic elephants.
Photography by: Anupam Nath
Oh god yes, gimmie.
I would cry every time I washed my hands.
I would invent characters I’ve murdered and I would cry over them.
“Oh God, Jimmy. I’m so sorry. I’m so sorry. I never meant to— Oh God.”
can I HAVE one of these?
i want to use this soap and come out of the bathroom screaming
and just kinda run away
casually reblogging after looking through my tags…. don’t mind me….
This would be awesome.
want. want want want want want. waaant.
i would be all furtive about it and like leave my pocketknife out on the counter covered in bloodsoap and just mutter to myself shooting dirty looks at anyone who came in
I would put this in an ordinary soap dispenser at home. Then I would accidentally walk in on my confused guest washing their hands in the bathroom and scream “WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO SARAH!?”
A new vending machine has been released which can print any book within minutes.
The Espresso Book Machine has access to 500,000 different books - the same as 23.6 miles of shelf space - and can even churn out a fresh copy of Crime and Punishment in just nine minutes.
Pages are printed at a rate of over 100 per minute and are then pressed, glued and cut to produce a pristine book.
Users simply pick the book they would like on a screen and wait for it to be printed … it certainly is a novel way of getting a new book.
WHO WANTS TO ROAD TRIP WITH ME TO THIS VENDING MACHINE Y/Y?
I think Johannes Gutenberg’s mind would turn to mush and come out of his ears and eyes if he ever saw this.
GRABBY HANDS I WANT
GIVE IT HERE
I might just have died
Is it even real?
The photo above shows a surreal-looking ice cave on the Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia. It was formed by a stream flowing from the hot springs associated with the Mutnovsky volcano. This stream flows beneath glacial ice on the flanks of Mutnovsky. Because glaciers on Kamchatka volcanoes have been melting in recent years, the roof of this cave is now so thin that sunlight penetrates through it, eerily illuminating the icy structures within. Photo taken on September 12, 2012.
so this is their grave, right? dean, sam, and castiel were buried here. somewhere on bobby’s property. damn angel made a tree when he died.
There’s an abandoned field round these parts. Maybe you’ve heard of it? This drunk used to run a salvage yard outta there, some guy named Singer. Never met the man myself, but my father says he went crazy after he killed his wife, rambling about ghosts and demons. I don’t think anyone even cared when he died. When I was fourteen, me and my friends decided to check the place out. Folks around here say it’s haunted, but we didn’t buy into all that. My dad had already been, says there was nothing to see, but we had to check it out. We didn’t find any ghosts or monsters, or anything else really out of the ordinary. Mostly, there were just scraps of metal, cars that never got repaired. We were on our way out when we saw it. This old, black car was parked in the middle of a field with Kansas plates, and a tree had shot up through the hood. Now, my dad never said nothing about a tree growin up through no car, and a tree that size don’t just shoot up overnight. We ran, told everyone, but no one believed us. Said, that tree had probably been like that for years. Finally, we talked to some old woman, claimed she used to be the sheriff around these parts. She told me the day the car came to park there was the day three boys died and saved the world. She said one of em was an angel and the other two were brothers and they stopped something called a Leviathan from ‘eating the world.’ Her words, not mine. We thought she was insane, and we didn’t think much on it until a couple a years ago. Now, my kids had been up there, my grandkids when they got old enough, and it was fine, none of em thinking anything was wrong with the place. I was walking with my daughter’s baby girl, she couldn’ta been more than five at the time, and we passed the tree. She tugged at my hand, said, “Gran,” and she’s smiling the biggest smile I ever saw. I said, “What, baby girl?” And she asks if I see them. I shake my head. She says, “Sam, Dean, and Cas. They’re sleeping now, Gran. They were so tired.” Needless to say, I got us out of there pretty quick, but I’ll never forget what she said. She draws them sometimes. One’s really freakin’ tall with too long hair. The other kinda reminds me of James Dean, and the last one. She says he’s an angel, and I just wanna know what kinda angel parades around in a dirty trench coat. She says they were heroes, and I think maybe that old sheriff I met when I was kid wasn’t so crazy after all.