The small arrow

kandymation:

okay, but look at this gif righ’ here

like— is it just me or are their heads both doin the little tilt thing in sync..


accioheadcanons:

lmaoalien:

plot twist: JK rowling writes a series on voldemorts point of view

"i looked in the mirror and cried. i look like an egg"


Track Title: The Radioactive Fox (feat. Ylvis)

Artist: Imagine Dragons

Album: Night Visions

oneboredjeu:

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The Radioactive Fox

Radioactive by Imagine Dragons vs. The Fox by Ylvis.

Based on the above post.

Download here.



jessifer23:

Anna is such a lightweight


Olaf being… Olaf.


My name’s Hiccup. Great name, I know. 


Notable locations in Greek mythology

spacekidsincanada:

MERICCUP WEEK 2014
— Day 5 - Lightning

I’mma take you to the sun and the moon
That girl’s up in the atmosphere

Doctor Who Companions AU — "Where d’you think he’s taking us today?" "Hopefully not anywhere too weird."


madithefreckled:

Merida the Viking and now Prince Hiccup. I’ve got ideas in mind for this au but I’m no writer so it likely will never be written into a full-fledged story.
So enjoy some random fanart of them having life-swaps.

madithefreckled:

Merida the Viking and now Prince Hiccup. I’ve got ideas in mind for this au but I’m no writer so it likely will never be written into a full-fledged story.

So enjoy some random fanart of them having life-swaps.


one day i aspire to shop price high to low


libutron:

Glanycus coendersi 
Moths of the genus Glanycus (Thyrididae - Striglininae) ranges from China and India to Borneo. It consists of six species, all with fenestrae (“windows”) on at least the hindwings and with bright orange/red and brown/brick coloration, probably aposematic (a warning that the moth is presumably distasteful to predators).
This striking species, Glanycus coendersi, distinguished by the conspicuous red coloration on the wings, occurs in Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, Brunei, Sabah, Sarawak, Kalimantan and Malaku Islands.
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©Gan CW | Locality: Endau-Rompin National Park, Malaysia (2013)

libutron:

Glanycus coendersi 

Moths of the genus Glanycus (Thyrididae - Striglininae) ranges from China and India to Borneo. It consists of six species, all with fenestrae (“windows”) on at least the hindwings and with bright orange/red and brown/brick coloration, probably aposematic (a warning that the moth is presumably distasteful to predators).

This striking species, Glanycus coendersidistinguished by the conspicuous red coloration on the wings, occurs in Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, Brunei, Sabah, Sarawak, Kalimantan and Malaku Islands.

Reference: [1]

Photo credit: ©Gan CW | Locality: Endau-Rompin National Park, Malaysia (2013)



constable-frozen:

Guardians of the Arendelle