let’s play a game called “are you staring at me because im hot or ugly”
This is how I end EVERY conversation.
the hell were you gonna do with a fire extinguisher!
From left to right (in the first photo): Armor of the Tachido type (Late Edo period), Armor of the Tatehagido type (Early Edo period), and Armor of the Yokohagido type (Early to mid-Edo period). Part of the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller collection, on display until August 4th at the MFA.
“Yo, imma let you go to your floor, but these dudes pulled off one of the greatest Jedi Force control pranks of all time.”
15 amazing things in nature you won’t believe actually exist
HOW DID I NOT KNOW THIS?!
Why do I learn more about math from Tumblr than my 12+ years of formal education????????
No math teacher ever taught me this trick. Got damn.
This is great and all if you know how to subtract things from 100
F U C K Bi Tc He S Ge Tm O Ne Y
sorry for talking about the things i like so much
So I was on the train today and these two black guys were having a conversation not even that loud and said “nigga” like once when this white lady turns around and says “How do you think MLK Jr. would feel about you using that kind of language” and one of the guys snaps back and said “Idk maybe if your people didn’t shoot him I would know”
but they don’t hear you tho
Banff motorcyclist pursued by ‘massive’ grey wolf along stretch of B.C. highway, takes pictures
Last Saturday, Banff mechanic Tim Bartlett was christening a new motorcycle through the Rocky Mountains when he had a rare wildlife encounter that was equal parts terrifying and enchanting. On a stretch of British Columbia’s Highway 93, a massive grey wolf emerged from the trees, lunged at his speeding ride and chased after him at full speed as he pulled away.
The story would have become little more than another legend clanging around the roadhouses of Western Canada if Mr. Bartlett had not whipped a camera out of his top pocket to record the event for posterity; capturing a series of rare snapshots that have since been beamed around the world. The Post’s Tristin Hopper reached him by phone on Friday morning. (Courtesy of Tim Bartlett)