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Sudden onslaught of HarryStar emotions.

Where did these come from

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largecoin:

she has a framed photo of herself walking through her door

Posted 51 minutes ago63,103 notes

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croutoncat:

August is like the sunday of summer vacation

Posted 51 minutes ago48,319 notes

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rosa-lunaa:

50 shades of indie 

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Posted 52 minutes ago43,136 notes

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dysphorism:

zarry:

*puts hot laptop battery over stomach to help with period cramps*

I’M NOT THE ONLY ONE

Posted 53 minutes ago108,323 notes

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sushinfood:

I LAUGHED SO HARD I CRIED

THIS IS THE ONLY THING I CARE ABOUT OMFG

BUT THE MOM WHO DRAGS HER CHILDREN AWAY IN THE BACKGROUND OMG

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lionapacifica:

I want this as the place where I can lay when I feel sad

Posted 53 minutes ago70,336 notes

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Friend: Hey why do you like that character so much?
Me: Are you sure you're ready for this kind of conversation
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durgeth:

grappel:

wired:

The concept is bizarre, combining a building material from the time of Julius Caesar with a Jetsons aesthetic, but the approach has already worked before.

This newly-revived technique could provide low-cost housing for refugees and displaced people, and generally provide architects with a cost-effective way to explore convex construction.

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durgeth

This is actually a really dope idea the houses would be very energy efficient and structurally stable like withstanding hurricanes stable and i’ve got a running theory that stuff like these are the houses of the future

Plus your dog could take shits on your roof

>implying my dog doesn’t shit on my roof already

(Source: Wired)

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