thatweirdcanadian:

myocardiac:

i couldnt find my headphones and its late at night
solution: get a stethoscope and put it up to the speaker with the computer on low volume

if i cant find my headphones what makes you think im going to find a stethoscope just lying around

thatweirdcanadian:

myocardiac:

i couldnt find my headphones and its late at night

solution: get a stethoscope and put it up to the speaker with the computer on low volume

if i cant find my headphones what makes you think im going to find a stethoscope just lying around

ooh-bite-me:

when your mom walks up behind you while you’re blogging

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gruntyindustries:

what if my friends dont think im fast enough

gruntyindustries:

what if my friends dont think im fast enough

solidstomak:

god dammit moon moon, wtf you doin

solidstomak:

god dammit moon moon, wtf you doin

lipsitck:

When i was little i never thought that eyebrows would ever be this important to me.

mistermurdocnipples:

ask-putty-buddy:

anthony-the-talking-clock:

thelittlejewboy:

staff:

starting today all blogs without the following gifs will be deleted within 24 hours

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These are cute

boop

im very angry at the tumblr staff right now

Better reblog.

retrolizard:

crying-cas:

enjoltaireoutmyheart:

fortheloveofotps:

unseen-ninja2:

Wtf sweden

i wanna learn swedish

I am proud to be Swedish.

har har har

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shisnojon:

they’re here

not-a-comedian:

12exe:

Horton hears somebody he used to know

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do you ever regret drawing something

jtotheizzoe:

How did life begin?
I’ve been thinking a lot about abiogenesis this week, the process of life arising from non-life, that oh-so-important series of events that occurred here on Earth about 3.5 billion years ago. (If you’re wondering “Does this mean he’s making a video about it?” the answer is yes!)
Scientists have a fair amount of information about how that might have occurred on the level of geology (terrestrial and extraterrestrial), chemistry, and finally, biology to bring about this living world, but there’s a ton of unanswered questions. 
Of course, the most important unanswered questions are your own.
Share your curiosity with me about the origin of life on Earth! What questions do you want me to answer?

jtotheizzoe:

How did life begin?

I’ve been thinking a lot about abiogenesis this week, the process of life arising from non-life, that oh-so-important series of events that occurred here on Earth about 3.5 billion years ago. (If you’re wondering “Does this mean he’s making a video about it?” the answer is yes!)

Scientists have a fair amount of information about how that might have occurred on the level of geology (terrestrial and extraterrestrial), chemistry, and finally, biology to bring about this living world, but there’s a ton of unanswered questions. 

Of course, the most important unanswered questions are your own.

Share your curiosity with me about the origin of life on Earth! What questions do you want me to answer?