freshfoam:

Art Work by Jama Jurabaev

red-lipstick:

Leigh Lee Hilbert - Kilauea Volcano Kalapana Lava Flow, 2010 Photography Lava Big Island

red-lipstick:

Leigh Lee Hilbert - Kilauea Volcano Kalapana Lava Flow, 2010 Photography Lava Big Island

How to pronounce "uwu"


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4ugu:

mizuki’s allmate is very very cute <3

4ugu:

mizuki’s allmate is very very cute <3

raeoffrecord:

Still struggling with this one…and here’s the WIP again 

raeoffrecord:

Still struggling with this one…and here’s the WIP again 

wehaveallgotknives:

monetizeyourcat:

weloveshortvideos:

i’ve watched this like 17 times

who beatboxes at a goat

a wise person

toon-link-1210:

superlesplay:

Rollin’ around at the speed of sound

Oh shit I lost a contact

toon-link-1210:

superlesplay:

Rollin’ around at the speed of sound

Oh shit I lost a contact

iguanamouth:

together at last

ered-jaeger:

jethroq:

uusui:

c0rnmuffins:

uusui:

emma-relille-tunger:

uusui:

iceland is scary

are those giant marshmallows

we icelandic people harvest marshmallows, its the only thing that keeps us alive and healthy, every full moon the icelandic marshmallow god demands tons of giant marshmallows to be made in his honor, later these marshmallows gained its own consciousness and has been roaming around icelandic farms since then, so whenever you drive around iceland you will see these mysterious giant marshmallows in their natural habitat

Seriously though what the fuck are those

we icelandic people harvest marshmallows, its the only thing that keeps us alive and healthy, every full moon the icelandic marshmallow god demands tons of giant marshmallows to be made in his honor, later these marshmallows gained its own consciousness and has been roaming around icelandic farms since then, so whenever you drive around iceland you will see these mysterious giant marshmallows in their natural habitat

good try islander, but as every Finn knows, those are tractor eggs. A mother tractor lays eggs in a straight line, and over the winter, they develop from a soup of metal and plastic to first an RC car, to a moped, and hatch in the spring as a ATV. A summer in the fields and forests, and they grow up to be strong little tractors, until they first those that survive reach late stage adulthood as a harvester, and finally migrate to die in the great machine graveyards.

As a Finn I can confirm previous statement. Those are most definitely tractor eggs.