Posted 2 weeks ago
Posted 2 weeks ago
Posted 3 weeks ago
Posted 3 weeks ago
trap-loving-faggot:

wooden-toaster:

This is the most upsetting thing I’ve seen

Dog

trap-loving-faggot:

wooden-toaster:

This is the most upsetting thing I’ve seen

Dog

(Source: ForGIFs.com)

Posted 3 weeks ago

trap-loving-faggot:

This little guy needed a break mid-walk

Dog

(Source: awwww-cute)

Posted 3 weeks ago
Posted 3 weeks ago

otomequeen:

thatvoltagechic:

Pfft XD

I feel sorta bad

But this was worth the reaction.

OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD

Posted 3 weeks ago
seeriously:

tannersturnpike:

arcticdarkness:

tannersturnpike:

“Based on wind resistance, for example, the terminal velocity of a skydiver in a belly-to-earth (i.e., face down) free-fall position is about 195 km/h (122 mphor 54 m/s).” This boy is running 195 km/h.That is the amount of fear Ira Gamagori is instilling in him.
 
Holy shit

If the kid is descending in a downward direction at 195 km/h, how does that translate to his speed traveling down the slight incline of the stairs? Because he might even be exceeding 195 km/h.

Regulation school stairs are around 40 degrees in incline 
So if I use the Pythagorean Theorem… 
He’s going 303 km/h. 
That’s the same speed an Airbus A340 needs to take off and fly. 
Who knew I would actually use something in math class.
Let’s not even get started on the amount of force that would be required to do an exact 45 degree turn on a dime at that speed. 

or maybe gamagori is falling really really slow by intimidating the air

seeriously:

tannersturnpike:

arcticdarkness:

tannersturnpike:

Based on wind resistance, for example, the terminal velocity of a skydiver in a belly-to-earth (i.e., face down) free-fall position is about 195 km/h (122 mphor 54 m/s).” 

This boy is running 195 km/h.
That is the amount of fear Ira Gamagori is instilling in him.

 

Holy shit

If the kid is descending in a downward direction at 195 km/h, how does that translate to his speed traveling down the slight incline of the stairs? Because he might even be exceeding 195 km/h.

Regulation school stairs are around 40 degrees in incline 

So if I use the Pythagorean Theorem… 

He’s going 303 km/h. 

That’s the same speed an Airbus A340 needs to take off and fly. 

Who knew I would actually use something in math class.

Let’s not even get started on the amount of force that would be required to do an exact 45 degree turn on a dime at that speed. 

or maybe gamagori is falling really really slow by intimidating the air

(Source: xekx)

Posted 3 weeks ago
Posted 4 months ago
whiteboyfriend:

phrux:

phrux:

Russia

reblogging because I just noticed… HE’S NOT EVEN THROWING THE KNIVES.
HE’S USING A PINGPONG PADDLE.

how did we win the cold war

whiteboyfriend:

phrux:

phrux:

Russia

reblogging because I just noticed… HE’S NOT EVEN THROWING THE KNIVES.

HE’S USING A PINGPONG PADDLE.

how did we win the cold war

Posted 4 months ago

gloriousmadness:

WE WISH YOU EXTERMINATION
WE WISH YOU EXTERMINATION
WE WISH YOU EXTERMINATION
AND WOULD YOU LIKE SOME TEA

Though I think the guy on the FB wall wins the prize with the line “Deck the halls with bits of Doctor fa la la la la EXTERMINATE!”

Posted 4 months ago
Posted 4 months ago
Posted 4 months ago
graphiteknight:

pixelkenj:

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

HAHAHAHAHA….….….HAHAHAHAHA….….….HAHAHAHAHA

graphiteknight:

pixelkenj:

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

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Posted 5 months ago
real-life-night-vale:

viridecinerem:

4gifs:

Gravity shift! [video]

THIS IS SO COOL

City Council is re-calibrating the gravity of the city today. Citizens are warned to anticipate sudden gravity shifts and stay near objects which can be grabbed onto in the event of a shift. And now, the weather.

real-life-night-vale:

viridecinerem:

4gifs:

Gravity shift! [video]

THIS IS SO COOL

City Council is re-calibrating the gravity of the city today. Citizens are warned to anticipate sudden gravity shifts and stay near objects which can be grabbed onto in the event of a shift. And now, the weather.