khateek

"the Butcher"
Chandima
19, Vancouver
Noods ;) jk

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juuzoumygod:

foxzes:

fakethistoyourgrave:

What’s the word for horny but not in a sexual way like I’m horny for Halloween but I don’t wanna fuck a pumpkin you feel

do u mean excited

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alegorys:

This is my favorite picture of Drake.

alegorys:

This is my favorite picture of Drake.

(Source: nickelodeonkids, via momcrotch)

coachela:

really happy with those nikes

coachela:

really happy with those nikes

(Source: coachela, via justtoreveal)

vvaiv:

Yann Faucher

vvaiv:

Yann Faucher

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quietorgasm:

this was slept on 

quietorgasm:

this was slept on 

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sixpenceee:

The Tesseract is a fourth dimensional cube. As you may know, the 1st dimension is a line, the 2nd dimension adds width to the line (square) , and the 3rd dimension adds depth (cube). The 4th dimension is impossible for us to imagine because we live in a 3D world, but mathematically it exists.  In his theory of special relativity, Einstein called the fourth dimension time, but noted that time is inseparable from space.
Imagine how confusing a drawing of a cube would look like to someone who lives in a 2D world and has never experienced a 3D world. To them it would be overlapping squares. That’s exactly how we perceive the 4th dimension. We don’t understand how it looks but we can represent it on a 3D world. 
If anyone is interested here are some cool articles on this topic. (Can our brains perceive the 4th dimension?) (The 4th Dimension) 

sixpenceee:

The Tesseract is a fourth dimensional cube. As you may know, the 1st dimension is a line, the 2nd dimension adds width to the line (square) , and the 3rd dimension adds depth (cube). The 4th dimension is impossible for us to imagine because we live in a 3D world, but mathematically it exists.  In his theory of special relativity, Einstein called the fourth dimension time, but noted that time is inseparable from space.

Imagine how confusing a drawing of a cube would look like to someone who lives in a 2D world and has never experienced a 3D world. To them it would be overlapping squares. That’s exactly how we perceive the 4th dimension. We don’t understand how it looks but we can represent it on a 3D world. 

If anyone is interested here are some cool articles on this topic. (Can our brains perceive the 4th dimension?) (The 4th Dimension) 

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bed-of-asphodel:

パーフェクトブル  (Perfect Blue)

bed-of-asphodel:

パーフェクトブル  (Perfect Blue)

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1c1d:

ふさふさベッドイン。
とことこと歩いてきたと思ったら、よっこいしょと言わんばかりにこの草地に身を投げ出してたよ。

1c1d:

ふさふさベッドイン。

とことこと歩いてきたと思ったら、よっこいしょと言わんばかりにこの草地に身を投げ出してたよ。

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papidreamz:

AL ROJO VIVO #papijuice

papidreamz:

AL ROJO VIVO #papijuice

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