Jordan Is Love

the young and the turbo charged
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BFF since week 2 #foottat #forev @adamerica_  #footsieriot #morning  (at Archer’s party pad)

BFF since week 2 #foottat #forev @adamerica_ #footsieriot #morning (at Archer’s party pad)

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emmamesk:

this is my new favorite thing on the internet, next to that hedgehog yawning gif

awwwww OOHHHHHHH feel that music

(Source: nocoffeeplease)

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Oct 28
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double your fantasy

double your fantasy

Oct 24
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falsecognate:

One of my very favorites…

falsecognate:

One of my very favorites…

(via catchingforusthefoxes)

Oct 19
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Look, guys. No matter what a girl does, no matter how she’s dressed, no matter how much she’s had to drink, it’s never, never, never, never, never okay to touch her without her consent. That doesn’t make you a man, it makes you a coward.

Vice President Joe “the BAMF” Biden, in a speech launching the federal government’s campaign to fight sexual violence on college campuses (via girl-non-grata)

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slavesnake:

Britney Spears blessing a paparazzi and forgiving him of his sins.

slavesnake:

Britney Spears blessing a paparazzi and forgiving him of his sins.

(via 9090432-deactivated20140709)

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kugglag:

npr:

Rare Sighting Of Dashing, Two-Legged Hairy Sprinting Crab?

In latin it’s called Thaumoctopus mimicus, but I’d call it The Master. It’s Meryl Streep in octopus form. There are ocean animals that can change shape, imitate plants, rocks, flora, and I’ve blogged about some of them. But this octopus is special. It seems to study other creatures and then imitate them, copying their moves and their bodies. It can do sea snakes, lionfish, flatfish, giant crabs, sea shells, stingrays, jellyfish and weird beings that have no name, and maybe no earthly existence. Is it imagining? I don’t know, but no scientist has ever seen a shaggy sprinting bi-pedal crab — until our octopus decided to be one. -

WHAT THE HECK!?