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matthewbrownn:

bansheegrahamtao:

the-anal-rapist:

*purposely drop something in front of my crush*

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let’s all take a moment and imagine lecter doing this

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I did this for you

Video 24 Apr 121 notes

My heart is yours

i'ts you that i hold on to

that's what i'll do

(Source: merthurkisses)

Photo 24 Apr 93 notes coyotequeen:

All the pelts I was able to tan with a single pint of Trubond 1000B. A small deer back hide, large coyote, large raccoon, two small raccoons, a large/medium opossum, a small opossum, and two smallish rabbits- and all the hides are ‘lifesized’ with all feet and genitals except for the obvious back hide. I actually still have enough solution left in the pint bottle to do another small lifesize coyote and maybe an opossum.I’m officially switching from Mckenzie to Trubond since Trubond fits my energy and strength levels much better and their products are higher quality with a decent price tag. I still find the need to sand and oil any pelts with their 1000B formula, but not having to stretch the hide as hard and as often helps my currently low energy and strength levels, not to mention gives me plenty of time to do other important things (like schoolwork, running to store, drawing, or other taxidermy) instead of having to stretch the hide for hours upon hours in a sitting for days straight to get a decently flexible finish like pretty much every other tanning formula out there. If it weren’t for this product I wouldn’t of even dared trying to tan a thick hide like a deer either. lots of work is still involved of course, but it takes so much pressure off of me while giving me a better finishand on their degreaser (lipa-solv 55) and their leather oil (lubri-stretch 1000): both are equality as great as their tanning solution. lipa-solv sucks so much grease out of greasy hides like raccoon with ease, and lubri-stretch seems to penetrate pretty well and leaves a soft finish, which can be softened even further with sanding the pelt. I ordered the ‘less powerful’ formulas for both so after I finish them both off I’ll be getting their more powerful formulas to try since they’re conditioned for super greasy and thick hides like bear, sheep, deer, etc

coyotequeen:

All the pelts I was able to tan with a single pint of Trubond 1000B. A small deer back hide, large coyote, large raccoon, two small raccoons, a large/medium opossum, a small opossum, and two smallish rabbits- and all the hides are ‘lifesized’ with all feet and genitals except for the obvious back hide. I actually still have enough solution left in the pint bottle to do another small lifesize coyote and maybe an opossum.
I’m officially switching from Mckenzie to Trubond since Trubond fits my energy and strength levels much better and their products are higher quality with a decent price tag. I still find the need to sand and oil any pelts with their 1000B formula, but not having to stretch the hide as hard and as often helps my currently low energy and strength levels, not to mention gives me plenty of time to do other important things (like schoolwork, running to store, drawing, or other taxidermy) instead of having to stretch the hide for hours upon hours in a sitting for days straight to get a decently flexible finish like pretty much every other tanning formula out there. If it weren’t for this product I wouldn’t of even dared trying to tan a thick hide like a deer either. lots of work is still involved of course, but it takes so much pressure off of me while giving me a better finish
and on their degreaser (lipa-solv 55) and their leather oil (lubri-stretch 1000): both are equality as great as their tanning solution. lipa-solv sucks so much grease out of greasy hides like raccoon with ease, and lubri-stretch seems to penetrate pretty well and leaves a soft finish, which can be softened even further with sanding the pelt. I ordered the ‘less powerful’ formulas for both so after I finish them both off I’ll be getting their more powerful formulas to try since they’re conditioned for super greasy and thick hides like bear, sheep, deer, etc

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devoureth:

A most excellent lesson in self-defense à la Agent Gracie Hart.

Video 24 Apr 237,473 notes

real-faker:

virginmarx:

zebablah:

television history

i’ve been trying to explain this sketch to people for years

there is literally no way to explain this sketch it’s just a thing you have to see and even then I’m not sure why it’s so funny

(Source: stupidfuckingquestions)

Video 24 Apr 150,252 notes

bitelchus:

swatlock:

Pop Culture References in Shrek 2 (1/?)

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OH MY GOD, IM SO GLAD I FOUND THIS ON MY DASH.

I´VE BEEN LOOKING FOR IT FOR AGES. 

Video 24 Apr 407 notes

rewecca:

Dressing For Fargo (x)

Even in ordinary clothes he is still so gorgeous.

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Photo 24 Apr 15,785 notes cleverhelp:

Write Rhymes finds rhymes for your words while you write and takes the weirdness out of poetry and scheming. 

cleverhelp:

Write Rhymes finds rhymes for your words while you write and takes the weirdness out of poetry and scheming. 

Video 24 Apr 125 notes

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Text 24 Apr 403 notes

idontfindyouthatinteresting:

dr-abel-gideon:

idontfindyouthatinteresting:

dr-abel-gideon:

licensetocannibalize:

the frederick chilton fandom is the most hardcore fandom within a fandom and never to be trifled with

Hahahaha hahaha hahahahaha HAHAHA HA HAHA HA HA!!!!!!!!

Dr Gideon if you continue to meddle we’ll meddle with your spinal chord and your limbs

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Not before I get to Frederick first!

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Nom nom nom Gideon.

Text 24 Apr 633 notes

johnlocklives:

My current sexuality

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Photo 24 Apr 35,705 notes greglestrade:

I’ve been laughing at myself for the last 20 minutes.

greglestrade:

I’ve been laughing at myself for the last 20 minutes.

Photo 24 Apr 477 notes idontfindyouthatinteresting:

erm… yeah.
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Video 24 Apr 240 notes

death makes angels of us all 

(Source: spankjonze)


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