30 7 / 2014

Whore

Whore

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30 7 / 2014

british-animals:

british-animals:

A swan, as you have never seen photographed before by Gerald Robinson

Mute Swan

british-animals:

british-animals:

A swan, as you have never seen photographed before by Gerald Robinson

Mute Swan

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30 7 / 2014


Ominous Storm, The Bermuda Triangle
via THE EXQUISITE blog…

Ominous Storm, The Bermuda Triangle

via THE EXQUISITE blog…

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30 7 / 2014

30 7 / 2014

trillla:

q

trillla:

q

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30 7 / 2014

veryraresecrete:

trynottodrown:

sixpenceee:

Did you know that sperm whales sleep vertically? 
SOURCE

oh god that’s weird looking

imagine swimming into this. also you can hold your breath at great depths

veryraresecrete:

trynottodrown:

sixpenceee:

Did you know that sperm whales sleep vertically? 

SOURCE

oh god that’s weird looking

imagine swimming into this. also you can hold your breath at great depths

(via d3xd-733)

30 7 / 2014

30 7 / 2014

bandislife42:

guymanueldehomemchristoofficial:

semicolonoscopy:

God bless America,
Every single one of these sounds like they’re were made by a stoned teenager.

american food is seriously the best

MURRICA.

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30 7 / 2014

jeanmarcoing:

did that fucker just jump on water is this fucking cat jesus

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30 7 / 2014

unexplained-events:

Sokushinbutsu (即身仏) were Buddhist monks or priests who caused their own deaths in a way that resulted in their mummification. This practice reportedly took place almost exclusively in northern Japan around Yamagata Prefecture. It is believed that many hundreds of monks tried, but only 24 such mummifications have been discovered to date.

Their diet was nuts and seeds for 1000 days, after that they only ate bark and roots while getting rid of body fat, After the 1000 days they drank a poisionous tea made from the sap of Urushi tree.

Finally, a self-mummifying monk would lock himself in a stone tomb barely larger than his body, where he would not move from the lotus position. His only connection to the outside world was an air tube and a bell. Each day he rang a bell to let those outside know that he was still alive.When the bell stopped ringing, the tube was removed and the tomb sealed. After the tomb was sealed, the other monks in the temple would wait another 1,000 days, and open the tomb to see if the mummification was successful.

If the monk was mummified he was instantly seen as Buddha and put on display. If the mummification wasnt successful then the monk wasn’t seen as one, yet still admired for his trying.

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