Muffin's Going On

fuckyouverymuch:

We believe in Emma Watson.

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"You know, I’m sick of following my dreams. I’m just going to ask where they’re going and hook up with them later."

Mitch Hedberg

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awkwardsituationist:

a three ounce baby galápagos tortoise and its 564 pound mother. it will take thirty years for the baby to grow as big as the mother. galápagos tortoises are the longest lived of all vertebrates, with average lifespans of more than a hundred years. photo by mandy quayle at the taronga western plains zoo in new south wales, australia.

awkwardsituationist:

a three ounce baby galápagos tortoise and its 564 pound mother. it will take thirty years for the baby to grow as big as the mother. galápagos tortoises are the longest lived of all vertebrates, with average lifespans of more than a hundred years. photo by mandy quayle at the taronga western plains zoo in new south wales, australia.

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archiemcphee:

"What did I do?"
You killed the car.

Swedish Lego Users Group Swebrick just held their annual “AFOL vs AFOL” building contest. AFOL stands for “Adult Fan of LEGO” and this year’s building theme was “Any scene from an ’80s movie or TV show featuring a vehicle.” Builder Etzel87 won first place with this awesome recreation of the unforgettable scene in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off when Cameron vents his long pent-up anger at his dad by kicking his father’s precious Ferrari until it ultimately pops off its jack and crashes through the window of his (now famous) house.

We love the expressions on the minifigs’ faces as they helplessly watch the car plunge toward its doom as well as the use of flat, clear 1x1 pieces for flying shards of glass.

Click here to view the rest of this year’s contest entries.

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#ferris bueller  #lego 
"Stakeholders are backpedaling on previous estimates and are now saying that the backlash against ‘literally’ will occur before the end of 2014. We’ll need all hands on deck once everything becomes ‘figuratively the best’ and people ‘figuratively can’t even.’"
Cathy Lew predicts trends that are poised for a comeback. (via newyorker)
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