Archive for July 10, 2016

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daenerystargaryn:

YOUR DRAGON NAME

  • last two letters of your first name
  • middle two letters of your last name
  • first two letters of your mother’s name
  • last letter of your father’s name

mine would be Urlelan. Reblog and tag this with yours!

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tastefullyoffensive:

(via AlsBoy)

One Man And His Hair

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be-thou-brave:

Short and sexy…

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Getting a little bit longer…

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Moving towards mullet or WTF territory…

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Going for the full-on grunge…

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whitelaws:

@karlurban​ into the woods

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just–space:

Reddit user GrahamSaysNO accidentally left his camera exposing while taking a photo of M42. Looks kinda awesome.

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pintoinlove:

irascible | having or showing a tendency to be easily angered

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leosmccoy:

That’s the spirit, Bones.

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just–space:

Bright Spiral Galaxy M81 : One of the brightest galaxies in planet Earths sky is similar in size to our Milky Way Galaxy: big, beautiful M81. The grand spiral galaxy can be found toward the northern constellation of the Great Bear . This superbly detailed image reveals M81s bright yellow nucleus, blue spiral arms, tell tale pinkish star forming regions, and sweeping cosmic dust lanes with a scale comparable to the Milky Way. Hinting at a disorderly past, a remarkable dust lane actually runs straight through the disk, to the left of the galactic center, contrary to M81s other prominent spiral features. The errant dust lane may be the lingering result of a close encounter between between M81 and its smaller companion galaxy, M82. Scrutiny of variable stars in M81 has yielded one of the best determined distances for an external galaxy 11.8 million light-years. M81s dwarf companion galaxy Holmberg IX can be seen just above the large spiral. via NASA

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hawkeyesnest:

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