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silentshivers:

literally how does anyone not believe in aliens

are u really so anthropocentric that you think there are millions and billions and trillions of light years of the ever expanding universe but we’re the only life to possibly exist smh

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beyonseh:

when you find a receipt of your fave being problematic and you need to get rid of it

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kimpissible:

when your mom calls you down for dinner and you get there and its not readyimage

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agentwoshington:

agentwoshington:

ok but there was a bus filled with potatoes driving around my town today

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netlfix:

netlfix:

whats ET short for?

because he’s got little legs

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aaliyah1979-2001:

my ride

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Taylor Swift goes No. 1 on iTunes Canada with 8 seconds of static: LISTEN.

belleswift17:

If there’s ever been any question about the power of Taylor Swift’s name to move records, this should dispel it. Some sort of glitch in the Canadian version of iTunes Tuesday morning led to the release of what was ostensibly a new track from her album. The record, for now titled only “Track 3,” is nothing more than 8 seconds of static, but that didn’t stop fans from taking it straight to No. 1.

As of this morning the 8 seconds of white noise—which we should have embedded for your pleasure shortly—remains at No. 1, where it sits just ahead, of course, two other songs from Taylor Swift.

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weloveshortvideos:

Random crow shows up on dude’s porch, looks him straight in the face and says ‘fuck you’

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I think female sexuality in the film is something which is objectified. The creature that Scarlett plays in the film exists to be objectified. She’s there to be objectified. And what she does in the course of the film, in her own discovery, is she reclaims that, she de-eroticizes her own image, actually. It seems to me to be somehow in line with Scarlett’s life as an actress, and in the way she’s objectified. There’s a parallel idea of her reclaiming her image, and her sexuality in this film, which I think she does. - Jonathan Glazer (x)

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