tr0bb:

I laughed way too hard.

tr0bb:

I laughed way too hard.

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just-some-mother-fucking-kids:

self-denying:

laughterkey:

digg:

Skipping a rock over a frozen pond makes the coolest noise.

stick around for the surprise ending

There’s so much to talk about here

THAT ENDING THO 

HE JUMPS AT HIS OWN FART OH MY FU—

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blakcparade:

A GUY AT MY SCHOOL IS LITERALLY PUTTING UP POSTERS ADVERTISING THE SKELETON WAR AROUND THE SCHOOL TUMBLR HAS OFFICIALLY MADE ITS WAY INTO MY EDUCATION

blakcparade:

A GUY AT MY SCHOOL IS LITERALLY PUTTING UP POSTERS ADVERTISING THE SKELETON WAR AROUND THE SCHOOL TUMBLR HAS OFFICIALLY MADE ITS WAY INTO MY EDUCATION

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combustible-contraptions:

1955 Jaguar D-Type | XK-D Roadster | Chassis No XD-515 | 3.4L Straight 6 250 hp | Top Speed 162 mph 260 kph | Sports Racing Car | No Stabilizing Fin | This particular D-Type was chassis number 15 of 42 cars built in 55
D-Types were the winners of the Le Mans 24-hour race in 1955, 1956 and 1957 | A total of only 87 D-types were produced during 1954–1957 | Breakdown of 87 units | 18 factory team cars, 53 customer cars and 16 XKSS versions

combustible-contraptions:

1955 Jaguar D-Type | XK-D Roadster | Chassis No XD-515 | 3.4L Straight 6 250 hp | Top Speed 162 mph 260 kph | Sports Racing Car | No Stabilizing Fin | This particular D-Type was chassis number 15 of 42 cars built in 55

D-Types were the winners of the Le Mans 24-hour race in 1955, 1956 and 1957 | A total of only 87 D-types were produced during 1954–1957 | Breakdown of 87 units | 18 factory team cars, 53 customer cars and 16 XKSS versions

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british-history:

Fire Ravages the Palace of Westminster
16 October 1834
The Palace of Westminster was almost completely destroyed by fire on this day in British history, 16 October 1834. The blaze, which started from overheated chimney flues, spread rapidly throughout the medieval complex and developed into the biggest conflagration to occur in London since the Great Fire of 1666. Westminster Hall and a few other parts of the old Houses of Parliament survived the blaze and were incorporated into the New Palace of Westminster. The painting above was done by J. M. W. Turner, a British Romantic landscape painter who witnessed the blaze.

british-history:

Fire Ravages the Palace of Westminster

16 October 1834

The Palace of Westminster was almost completely destroyed by fire on this day in British history, 16 October 1834. The blaze, which started from overheated chimney flues, spread rapidly throughout the medieval complex and developed into the biggest conflagration to occur in London since the Great Fire of 1666. Westminster Hall and a few other parts of the old Houses of Parliament survived the blaze and were incorporated into the New Palace of Westminster. The painting above was done by J. M. W. Turner, a British Romantic landscape painter who witnessed the blaze.

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wallylock:

when you share your evil schemes with your friends

image

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officialtuxedo:

officialtuxedo:

I shot my first turkey today!

Scared the shit out of everyone in the frozen foods section

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Life is too short to drive a boring car

I’ve been driving a boring car for a year now, and yea it sucks but you adapt and do stupid shit like call it spanky and break the tires loose accelerating in the rain at 60mph and yell “BUILT FORD TOUGH” when you hit potholes/puddles/speedbumps and type run-on sentences describing it.

(Source: automotivefun)

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