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tree frog and tree python are totes besties. photos by fahmi bhs (previously featured) in jakarta (more precious lil buddies)

This is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen

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William Hartnell said from the very beginning “This [show] is gonna run forever and ever and ever” - Carole Ann Ford. 

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i did thing

my dashing gay crossdressing peahen fake prince on a quest to rescue her long-lost childhood love and seduce ladies

animation class is pretty cool

I just love this idea a lot.

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The planets, aligned.

the sickest thing ive ever seen

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Transcendence (Orchestral Version)
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This is so beautiful 

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I nominate Mark Sheppard because he is awesome. In true Supernatural fashion I challenge both Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins to challenge the other in the alsicebucketchallenge by dumping a bucket of water on the other persons head. First one to do it wins and bonus points to Mark Sheppard if he gets both first. But be safe guys cause ice is really hard and try not to get to far behind in the shooting schedule cause we still want a show to watch. Thats it I'm gonna take my pants off now. [x]

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"It was a real leap of the imagination to free ourselves from anything that felt tied to any one time. We needed a smorgasbord of all these different references, but for them never to look fashionable. They are too snobbish to be fashionable, let’s face it. They had to feel as though they could be from any time. This feeling of trying to find the lowest common denominator: what could you have worn in the fifteenth century? What could you have worn in the eighteenth century? What could you have worn in the sixties? What could you have worn in the eighties and what could you be wearing now?" -Tilda Swinton on the wardrobe of Only Lovers Left Alive.

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