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it8bit:

Howl’s Moving Castle

Created by Richard J. Evans

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eristicka:

OH DEAR JESUS
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kayleyhyde:

kateoplis:

I still work.

We all know that feeling, vending machine

(via thezookeeperisveryfondofrum)

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it8bit:

Battle-Ravaged Link

Created by Dennis Salvatier

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23pairsofchromosomes:

Butterfly eggs on a raspberry plantA micro-crack in steel

A micro-crack in steelHousehold dust

Household dustNeedle and thread

Needle and threadE.coli bacteria on lettuce

E.coli bacteria on lettuce

Beard hairs under a scanning electron microscope: cut with razor (left) and electric shaver (right)

Beard hairs under a scanning electron microscope: cut with razor (left) and electric shaver (right)A moth wing

A moth wingLeaf of a Virginia spiderwort

Leaf of a Virginia spiderwortMarijuana

Marijuanashark skin

Shark skin

(via thezookeeperisveryfondofrum)

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tylerchokely:

*skips tutorial* how the fuck do you play this game

(via lol-imjustkitten)

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it8bit:

Classic Ads: Dig Dug (1982)

Dig Dug (ディグダグ?) is an arcade game developed and published by Namco in Japan in 1982 for Namco Galaga hardware. It was later published outside of Japan by Atari.

A popular game based on a simple concept…  to eliminate underground-dwelling monsters by inflating them until they pop, or by dropping rocks on them. [Wiki]

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"His username is Bucky. His password is also Bucky."

- Natasha Romanov, on Steve Rogers in the 21st century. (via hellotailor)

(via heirtotheholyringsofbetazed)

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purex:

i just walked past 2 construction dudes and one of em just said “i don’t think they’re right-handed or left-handed. they’re just dogs.”

(via sancheck)

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