Funniest thing I’ve read all day.

Funniest thing I’ve read all day.

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Portuguese Man O War, why you so pretty but so dangerous?

Portuguese Man O War, why you so pretty but so dangerous?

Conkers.

Conkers.

Cover letters, like dial-up internet, are a thing of the past and should not be required anymore.

My sentiments exactly, could not agree with lickystickypickyshe more.

My CV/resume has everything you need to know why do you need me to sell myself some more for your shitty jobs.

Why cant I win the lottery and just go live in the middle of nowhere?

For those who don’t know, my previous job was working for Phones 4 U who recently went into administration. I got made redundant 4 weeks ago and let me tell you the job market is appalling right now. If you want a job with 10 to 15 hours a week then your fine, there are shitloads of them but if you want more than 30 hours then nope, you’re in trouble. I’m currently applying for all sorts of shitty jobs just to get me back working. 

Seriously, I applied to work as  a barista in a Starbucks the other day!

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Russia: not just for crazy drivers and drunks.

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This is just all kinds of awesome! A magazine about pizza with a cover story about bacon!
October Cover: Bacon Me Crazy
Shot in studio / By Josh Keown

This is just all kinds of awesome! A magazine about pizza with a cover story about bacon!

October Cover: Bacon Me Crazy

Shot in studio / By Josh Keown

(Source: joshkeown, via theclearlydope)

Journey to the Center of the Earth, Ron Gil

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Never Give Up On Your Dream.
photographer: Ben Van Hook 
location: Walt Disney World

Never Give Up On Your Dream.

photographer: Ben Van Hook

photos by per andre hoffmann in antarctica of polar stratospheric clouds, so named because they form fifteen miles above the earth, a hight which, given the curvature of the planet, allows them to be illuminated after sunset by light reflected from below the horizon. 

where the stratosphere is usually much too high for water molecules to remain stable and form clouds, the temperature in the antarctic winter season drops to such an extent that what sparse water molecules are present in the upper atmosphere condense from the pressure drop, forming wide stretches of thin clouds.

unfortunately, these clouds also contain nitric acid, which reacts violently with chlorine released into the atmosphere by industrial processes elsewhere on the planet, causeng holes to form in the ozone layer.  (see also: ann hawthorne

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