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Apr 23rd at 12PM / via: prototype-19 / op: whats-a-youtube / 1,959 notes

Malcolm is my spirit animal. (x)

(Source: whats-a-youtube)


Apr 23rd at 12PM / via: thewalkingchrisrent / op: mrbigode / 288,795 notes

mrbigode:

Cats do not like fruits


Apr 23rd at 12PM / via: rothgsjyqvn / op: gifss-heaveen / 2,205 notes
gifss-heaveen:

Check out gif heaven!  !

gifss-heaveen:

Check out gif heaven!  !


thefrogman:

[video] [h/t: pleatedjeans]

(Source: sara-meow)


Apr 23rd at 12PM / via: jobatheslut / op: dionnelips / 408,117 notes
dionnelips:

When I get excited about something my friend has no interest in.

dionnelips:

When I get excited about something my friend has no interest in.


Apr 23rd at 12PM / via: impulsif / op: likeafieldmouse / 874 notes
likeafieldmouse:

Albert von Schrenck-Notzing
"Schrenck-Notzing was a German physician, psychiatrist and notable psychic researcher, who devoted his time to the study of paranormal events connected with mediumship, hypnotism and telepathy.
He investigated the medium Eva Carrière and believed the ectoplasm she produced was genuine. However, Schrenck-Notzing did not believe her ectoplasm ‘materializations’ were anything to do with spirits; he claimed they were the result of ‘ideoplasty’ in which the medium could form images onto ectoplasm from her mind. 
He published the book Phenomena of Materialisation in English translation (1920), which included photographs of the ectoplasm. 
Critics pointed out the photographs revealed marks of magazine cut-outs, pins and a piece of string.”

likeafieldmouse:

Albert von Schrenck-Notzing

"Schrenck-Notzing was a German physician, psychiatrist and notable psychic researcher, who devoted his time to the study of paranormal events connected with mediumship, hypnotism and telepathy.

He investigated the medium Eva Carrière and believed the ectoplasm she produced was genuine. However, Schrenck-Notzing did not believe her ectoplasm ‘materializations’ were anything to do with spirits; he claimed they were the result of ‘ideoplasty’ in which the medium could form images onto ectoplasm from her mind. 

He published the book Phenomena of Materialisation in English translation (1920), which included photographs of the ectoplasm.

Critics pointed out the photographs revealed marks of magazine cut-outs, pins and a piece of string.”


Apr 23rd at 12PM / via: nevver / op: moderntoss / 1,744 notes
nevver:

For everyone!

nevver:

For everyone!


Apr 23rd at 12PM / via: rothgsjyqvn / op: only----gifs / 2,075 notes
rothgsjyqvn:

only——gifs:

 Visit me blog!

rothgsjyqvn:

only——gifs:

Visit me blog!


Apr 23rd at 8AM / via: prototype-19 / op: onlylolgifs / 10,084 notes
thatfunnyblog:

Funny Stuff you like?

thatfunnyblog:

Funny Stuff you like?


Apr 23rd at 7AM / via: basedinbk / op: notkatniss / 26,741 notes
notkatniss:

im laughing so hard this pic looks like it belongs on joffrey’s instagram or something like “king’s landing vacay gettin tipsy with the betrothed #turnup #nofilter”  

notkatniss:

im laughing so hard this pic looks like it belongs on joffrey’s instagram or something like “king’s landing vacay gettin tipsy with the betrothed #turnup #nofilter”