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Subblog of "degrassikid"

July 30, 2014 at 4:19pm
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michaelamwilson:

I kind of want to download the “CLEMMY’S NO!” portion as a ringtone just because it makes me laugh every time.

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3:22pm
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2:24pm
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reasonablycontradictory:

Doritos Milkshake components and proportions.
Oh, and this style of infographic is referencing something I saw somewhere. Can’t remember where…something to do with coffee I think. Just don’t want you to think it came from my brain alone.
Inspired by Thursday’s DailyGrace.

reasonablycontradictory:

Doritos Milkshake components and proportions.

Oh, and this style of infographic is referencing something I saw somewhere. Can’t remember where…something to do with coffee I think. Just don’t want you to think it came from my brain alone.

Inspired by Thursday’s DailyGrace.

1:26pm
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12:29pm
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visual-poetry:

»draw on me« by ji yeo

11:31am
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astronomer-in-progress:

1 million Earths
Have you ever tried to visualize how many Earth’s would fit in the Sun? The Sun’s diameter is roughly 100 times larger than the Earth’s so, in volume, that means around 100x100x100 (1 million) Earth’s fit within the Sun. 1 million is a large number and can be tricky to imagine. The Universe Awareness Project in Germany have created this ball of Earth’s to show exactly that. Each small blue ball represents the Earth. The plastic sphere represents the Sun. 
Image credit: UNAWE DE/Stuart

astronomer-in-progress:

1 million Earths

Have you ever tried to visualize how many Earth’s would fit in the Sun? The Sun’s diameter is roughly 100 times larger than the Earth’s so, in volume, that means around 100x100x100 (1 million) Earth’s fit within the Sun. 1 million is a large number and can be tricky to imagine. The Universe Awareness Project in Germany have created this ball of Earth’s to show exactly that. Each small blue ball represents the Earth. The plastic sphere represents the Sun. 

Image credit: UNAWE DE/Stuart

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10:33am
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do you know who’s cute? read the last word me

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9:36am
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tristanevanns:

I made a thing

tristanevanns:

I made a thing

8:38am
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Marina And The Diamonds - Hollywood

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