1. Well….

    (via the-real-gold)

  2. (Source: aslickel, via xicanaa)

  3. run-done:

    In the Copper Canyons of Mexico there is a tribe of Native Americans called the Tarahumara Indians who are renown for their athletic abilities, especially in long distance running.

    This hidden tribe of superathletes have developed a tradition of long distance running up to 200 miles (320km) in one session. There are reports of Tarahumara runners who ran 696km in one stretch.

    In 1993, the Leadville Trail 100 ultramarathon organisers brought in five Tarahumara runners to compete with the world’s best endurance athletes. The winner was 52 year old Tarahumaran named Victoriano. He beat the first non-Tarahumaran finisher by a full hour.

    Read more about the Tarahumara Indians here.

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  5. (Source: spaceghostzombie, via ruthaer)


  6. accioguitardis:



    how much do islands cost i want one

    Less than a college education


    what the fuck

    (via when-your-smiling)

  8. mrbigode:

    Cats do not like fruits

    (via wannabumpandgrindsincei)

  9. (Source: airviation, via makinya-fiddle)

  10. Oh my god you are flawless

    (Source: hellamobbin, via ora-le)

  11. Exactly

    (Source: bewareofmpreg, via makinya-fiddle)


  13. "

    "Time Zones" could well be one of those "Mad Men" episodes that drives people to complain that nothing happens, but I actually think that the viewers who regularly lobbed that complaint at this drama are gone by now.

    We’re down to the core fans now, those who accept that what “happens” on this show has a particular flavor, mood and style. Those “happenings” can consist of a significant look, a weighted silence or a crushing realization. Things often “happen” when the camera is focused on the back of a character’s head. This is a show that loves ambiguities, digressions and oblique angles. Not many shows could pull that off, but “Mad Men” has the kind of cast that makes watching people think and react a real pleasure most of the time.

    — Maureen Ryan (via boyhands)

    (Source: The Huffington Post, via elizabitchtaylor)


    1. person: you're blocking the view.
    2. me: i am the view.
  14. alapoet:

    the lunar eclipse condensed to 3 seconds, for those of you who had clouds or are in a hurry

    (Source: blowsive, via yung-drugdealer)