1. alanmorlock:

    Guardians of the Galaxy (1995)

    HA. 

    (via readinstructionslast)

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  3. intimateaff3ction:

    It’s happened to all if us

    YES. 

    (Source: fyeahmovieclub, via redandnavy)

  4. Are you suggesting we dance our troubles away?

    (Source: princesconsuela, via redandnavy)

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    hasserole:

clint barton human disaster

    hasserole:

    clint barton human disaster

    (via kellysue)

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    Happy National Tequila Day!

    fallontonight:

    whatshouldwecallsinglelife:

    It’s National Tequila Day already!? 

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    I’m a little late, but it was a good day. 

  8. kellysue:

    Chris Pratt interrupts the interview to french braid intern’s hair x

    How is this so hot…?

    I would use 15 cans of hairspray so that braid never came out.  The delicate little pats at the end are too precious. 

    (Source: pinefarts)

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    I have a friend who’s reading the book now so I can’t complain on Facebook for spoilers.  

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    actualhumandisaster:

    necroshelley:

    I love how the whole “babies from bone marrow” thing is making people go “this makes men unnecessary” and men are getting so upset

    it’s really fucking annoying to be deemed unnecessary and reduced to something like whether or not you can procreate

    isn’t it

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    (Source: cherries-jubilee, via flatbear)

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    "It may be true that most Americans don’t know and don’t care very much about the crisis in Ukraine, but to date no one has given them much of a reason to think they are mistaken in thinking that the U.S. shouldn’t get too involved. The burden of explaining why it should does fall on our leaders, but for decades our politicians and supporters of an activist foreign policy have acted as if the burden is on the skeptics and opponents to explain why the U.S. should mind its own business. Now that supporters of an activist U.S. role in the world are forced to make their case to a skeptical audience, they prove to be not very good at it."

    Crisis Fatigue and the Elite-Public Gap (via wilwheaton)

    (via wilwheaton)

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    I’m trying to find the laziest way to make tiny blobs of gold so I can shoot them with lasers to cure cancer.

    lolmythesis:

    Inorganic Chemistry, University of North Texas.

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