Universe of fluffy
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nxte:

gettin sick of this whole “wait a week for the next episode” shit

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okay, I´m gonna update all my drivers and see if that will help me play my portal 2

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ellendegeneres:

Check out a sneak peek of Ellen’s appearance on Game of Thrones!

So dramatic. Such an epic appearance. I hope they don’t kill her off next episode!

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Orphan Black + all clone`s names

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geromney:

did anyone else think it was really weird and uncomfortable that kristoff had conversations with himself by impersonating his reindeer

Isn’t that what pets are for?

People who think this is weird probably don’t have pets.

^ Amen

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milojon:

I think Netflix just explained Attack on Titan to me. 
Thanks, Netflix. 

milojon:

I think Netflix just explained Attack on Titan to me. 

Thanks, Netflix. 

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archiemcphee:

Macau-based web designer and developer Varun Thota uses a toy plane that his dad found inside a chocolate Kinder Egg to create an ongoing photography series entitled My Toy Plane, in which a commercial airliner appears to soar over dramatic cityscapes. If it weren’t for the presence of his arm in each shot, you’d probably assume that the plane itself was real. We nearly did.

Through the photos, he not only gets to explore his interest in aviation, but also to build relationships with the people around him. He says, “The thing I enjoy most about the series is how fun it is to include other people in it. It’s always fun to show people the plane, tell them the story and then ask them for a helping hand in taking the shot.”

Follow Varun Thota on Instagram to check out more awesome photos from his My Toy Plane series.

[via My Modern Metropolis]

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