Too busy being awesome

20-year-old-girl. homo and proud. you can see what i'm into from the stuff here so I would skip the introduction.

dudeufugly:

Benedict Cumberbatch ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

This is gonna blow the world.

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“Some people bring out the worst in you, others bring out the best, and then there are those remarkably rare, addictive ones who just bring out the most. Of everything. They make you feel so alive that you’d follow them straight into hell, just to keep getting your fix.”

—   

Karen Marie Moning, Shadowfever 

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officialwillowpape:

me when i drop my pen on the floor at school 

this is so funny

slayerdeans:

Happy 40th Birthday Misha!

             ↳ August 20th, 1974

Happy Birthday Misha!

mishasminions:

Misha Collins’ Ice Bucket Challenge

"It’s not a contest about who has a higher tolerance for pain. However, if it were a contest, I would win."

he is magic

archiemcphee:

19-year-old Queen’s University engineering student David Chesney spent four years building a wooden roller coaster in his parents’ backyard in Toronto, CA. He calls it the Minotaur and it was built using used scrap wood, steel plating and his uncle’s tools. The homemade coaster measures 12 ft tall and 92 ft long and features two ~12 ft drops. Chesney says the coaster’s steel car can reach speeds of 20 km/h.

“My dad didn’t like the idea at all from the beginning,” Chesney explained to the Toronto Star. “Mom was kinda, ‘Uhhhh, I guess so.’ I don’t think that either of them understood the scope of what I had in mind.”

“It just got bigger,” he added. “Then it got to the point where my parents said ‘it’s huge but you’ve gotten this far so just finish it and then take it down after.’ ”

Click here for video of the Minotaur in action and visit David Chesney’s Minotaur Facebook Page lots of process photos.

[via The Independent]

asylum-art:

Incredible Micro Art Onto Food by Hasan Kale

From a single pumpkin seed to delicate butterfly wings, no canvas is too teeny for micro artist Hasan Kale. The talented — not to mention patient — artist paints realistic renderings of his hometown of Istanbul on unexpected objects.

Kale’s unique oeuvre sets the artist apart from other miniature mavens dealing in more traditional canvases.

isfuckingfun:

Cement eclipses; tiny cement skeletons haunt the streets in Mexico.

(Source: cementeclipses.com)

staceythinx:

The other-worldly beauty of Yellowstone as captured by photographer Björn Kleemann

wolveswolves:

Yellowstone wolf by ramislevy

wolveswolves:

Yellowstone wolf by ramislevy