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Just another lost wanderer on the internet... only a bit more lost than most. Expect to see a lot of Portal, Wreck-It Ralph, various Disney stuff, various video game stuff, and other random things that I find interesting. I'm (cis) female, heterosexual, age 20. Feel free to call me Mica.
Current obsession: The Stanley Parable.
Jun 6 '14

rockintensse:

black-frostbite:

shubbabang:

I know I’m not the only one who does this but you know when you have this like boundary around you when you’re sitting at a table or a desk that only you are allowed to be in 

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And then someone or something that isn’t yours

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gets in that space

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and you just

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Holy fuck finally someone who understands

Jun 6 '14
barkout:

what happened in 2007

barkout:

what happened in 2007

(Source: barkout)

Jun 6 '14

secretlymisha:

i like how i’m not even remotely phased by anyone’s url anymore like oh look at this adorable kitten that satansbloodsacrifice reblogged from 1d-lives-inside-my-actual-vagina

Jun 6 '14

sassychassis:

adamvian:

Haunt the House: Terrortown launches on Steam on June 6th - This Friday!

It’s a unique spooky action puzzle game!

You play as a ghost, flying around a town, possessing objects and scaring people away! There are endless ways to scare people! Featuring a museum, a hospital, a clock tower, a theatre and a cruise ship.

If this looks like your kind of thing please help spread the word!

STEAM LINK - HAUNT THE HOUSE: TERRORTOWN

It was made by an incredibly small team and we’re hoping our Steam release will help support us to create more games!

I did the art/animation, my brother Tom did the programmingour friend Catherine designed the backgrounds and our friend Raphael wrote the music!

THIS IS A FUN GAME i’ve only played the free flash version but this looks just as great if not better! 

Jun 6 '14
themasterslover:

nohumanityinhere:

rad-taco:

IM SO ANGRY

ARE YOU FUCKING SERIOUS

FUCK YOU

themasterslover:

nohumanityinhere:

rad-taco:

IM SO ANGRY

ARE YOU FUCKING SERIOUS

FUCK YOU

(Source: generic-art)

Jun 6 '14
coelasquid:

Proposal: Dragons with pigeon necks

coelasquid:

Proposal: Dragons with pigeon necks

Jun 6 '14

peruvian-diego:

I think I’m single because I never forwarded those chain messages back in 2008

Jun 6 '14

(Source: qnaqla99999)

Jun 6 '14

rumour:

has it

Jun 6 '14

thecraftychemist:

i-heart-histo:

Pepto-Bismol Lakes

These are not the product of photoshopping, pharmaceutical chemical run-off or man made dyes. These are naturally occurring lakes.

Lake Hillier in Western Australia is teeming with salmon pink water.

Likewise, Lake Retba in Senegal is so milkshake pink that its water looks good enough to drink.

To find out why these bodies of water look so bubblegummy, researchers from the University of Bath (for real, no watery pun intended) in the UK examined pink lake H20 under their microscopes and found that:

The lakes are saltier than the sea

Almost ten times saltier than the regular ocean in fact. This high salinity (up to 40% salt in solution) makes the lake just like the Dead Sea where swimmers are so buoyant that they float around due to its high density compared to their body mass.

The lakes are full of algae and bacteria

Samples of the H20 when examined under the microscope reveal large quantities of the salt loving micro-algae Dunaliella salina and halophilic bacteria. The law of osmosis tells us that water moves from regions of high concentration to regions of low concentration in the presence of a semi-permeable membrane. Most cellular organism therefore would shrivel up and die when placed in the high saline environment of these lakes because all of their water would move out of their cells into the surrounding lake across their semi-permeable plasma membranes by osmosis. D. salina, however, can survive in these conditions. It does so by synthesizing large volumes of glycerol in the cytoplasm of its cells to counter-balance the effects of osmosis resulting in no net move of water across its membranes (Oren, 2005). This makes them highly suited to life in a salty lake but it doesn’t explain the pink hue to the lake.

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