I miss good music.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZC04RQVmUp4

Posted Mar 27, 13

More time spent on fighting then time spent on sweet bliss

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elina-rose:

jnuwin:

drift1n:

I’m going to assume that she’s getting eaten out by her facial expressions.

Nawww of course not, she was reading the book and came upon a thought of someone with a very sexual appearance. She then processed to “Jizz her pants.”

She was laughing because in the story… It was just a funny part in the book.

This video was so unfff

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jemelleeave:

yooo this is fucked up. lolol

jemelleeave:

yooo this is fucked up. lolol

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videohall:

If children wrote the movie scripts

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Again brought to my attention via Patrick Burgoyne. With over 1.1 million people in the world who don’t have access to clean drinking water, water-borne pathogens are a huge problem for the environment and for human health. Fortunately a clever little design has come to the rescue in the form of the Lifestraw The cigar-sized plastic tool is both a feat of engineering and an inexpensive way to deliver potable water to those who need it.Lifestraw delivers the most basic needs and purifies water from potential pathogens like typhoid, cholera, dysentery and diarrhea, becoming one of the icons of humanitarian product design- by the time the water hits your lips, it’s completely safe and potable. The Lifestraw is one of the highlights of the Cooper Hewitt’s Design for the Other 90% exhibition, which highlights products, architecture, and technology that benefits under-privileged demographics across the globe.

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