So tell me friend
how's it going to end?
When the shit goes down and there's no one left around to get your back
You'll crack
You'll smile and agree with everything they say
They'll try to tell you that it's all okay
But it's not and you're shot and you're bleeding pretty bad
And you can't stop thinking about the things you never had
Like a wife and a kid and the things you never did
You're running around you're living a life that's empty in the end, my friend
No, you'll take back all you've said
Oh, when the regrets fill your head
Trust me I've been there before
I would not wish it upon my greatest enemy
What irony
Once friends, but I find: you'll have to learn this lesson on your own
So I waited by the phone but that phone never rang
And I sang so loud so I wouldn't hear the bang
When the bang never came
And I never got the call: Fuck it! Thank you! I love you all!
Some are going to say that we're doomed to repeat all our past mistakes
Great
But that's not me
And even if it was I would always disagree
Because in the end I always get the better of me

11th April 2014

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we-are-star-stuff:

A group of geologists and map designers have reconstructed the geological ages of Essos, Westeros, and other regions described in A Song of Ice and Fire. The results are incredible - and reveal just how violent and mythic real-life geological changes can be.

Using the same kinds of tools that allow geologists to model historical and future climates, the group has made educated guesses about what kinds of natural disasters broke and made this dragon-infested planet. They’ve named each geological period after Earth’s geological periods, just to make it easier. But then they’ve invented events like massive vulcanism, plate tectonics that divided Essos from Westeros, and more. It’s marvelously detailed and mesmerizing. They’ve acutally created entire histories for each period. Here they are:

Geologic events occurring XX million years ago (Mya) on Westeros:

(today) The size of the Game of Thrones planet
(25 Mya) The Earth split Westeros from Essos
(30-40 Mya) When Dorne boiled
(40 Mya) Land of ice
(60-80 Mya) The rise of the Black Mountains
(80-100 Mya) As the Moon rose, so did the Lannisters
(300 Mya) Diving the tropical reefs of Winterfell
(450 Mya) The sand ran red
(500 Mya) The first mountains

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11th April 2014

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11th April 2014

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emilyunderwear:

Cutest thing I’ve ever seen!!!!!

emilyunderwear:

Cutest thing I’ve ever seen!!!!!

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10th April 2014

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naule:

this is the exact opposite of a problem

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9th April 2014

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alexandrabeththegreat:

mjcabooseman:

autumn-prose:

nathaniel-the-angel:

leijonnaire:

guys we watched this in science class today

just watch it you won’t regret it

OMFG THAT WENT SO MANY PLACES THAT I NEVER COULD HAVE IMAGINED

CAN NO LONGER GO WITHIN 100 CENTIMETERS.

This is a classic

Popped a cap

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9th April 2014

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9th April 2014

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tylerchokely:

shaquille, don’t feel

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8th April 2014

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7th April 2014

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narwhal-phone:

No time to explain, grab on - http://imgur.com/gallery/N9eZrMK

narwhal-phone:

No time to explain, grab on - http://imgur.com/gallery/N9eZrMK

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7th April 2014

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