angryskitty:

entropymusic:

knightofplato:

shitsuren-chama:

smellslikebread:

♫ Don’t let the cave in get you down. Don’t let the falling rocks turn your smile into a frown.

♫ Even if you’re lost you can’t lose the love because it’s in your heart. 

♫ Yeah I forget the next couple lines but then it goes

SECRET TUNNEL
SECRET TUNNEL

Gods I needed this!!!!

OFFICIAL SOUNDTRACK VERSION, YES.

DID SOMEONE SAY

OFFICIAL SOUNDTRACK VERSION???

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angrynerdyblogger:

Something that’s never failed to creep me out as much as they fascinate me are unexplained disappearances. In a world so big, sometimes people can slip through the cracks, but what if the circumstances are just plain weird, or multiple people vanish at once, or entire villages disappear? Sometimes not knowing anything is just as bad as knowing all the terrifying details, and here are a few of my favourites that prove that.
The Mary Celeste, said to be cursed long before she was found adrift without her crew but with all of their belongings.
The Flannan Isles mystery, where several lighthouse keepers abandoned their post on a remote island and were never heard from again.
The Springfield Three, a unexplained case involving the abrupt disappearance of three women who arrived at their intended destination and then were never heard from again.
Martha Wright, a woman who vanished from a moving vehicle and was never located.
Louis Le Prince, a man who disappeared from a moving train as fellow passengers heard and saw nothing.
The MV Joyita, a ships whose crew vanished and left behind a whole load of questions, especially in regards to the strange way the ship was left.

angrynerdyblogger:

Something that’s never failed to creep me out as much as they fascinate me are unexplained disappearances. In a world so big, sometimes people can slip through the cracks, but what if the circumstances are just plain weird, or multiple people vanish at once, or entire villages disappear? Sometimes not knowing anything is just as bad as knowing all the terrifying details, and here are a few of my favourites that prove that.

  • The Mary Celeste, said to be cursed long before she was found adrift without her crew but with all of their belongings.
  • The Flannan Isles mystery, where several lighthouse keepers abandoned their post on a remote island and were never heard from again.
  • The Springfield Three, a unexplained case involving the abrupt disappearance of three women who arrived at their intended destination and then were never heard from again.
  • Martha Wright, a woman who vanished from a moving vehicle and was never located.
  • Louis Le Prince, a man who disappeared from a moving train as fellow passengers heard and saw nothing.
  • The MV Joyita, a ships whose crew vanished and left behind a whole load of questions, especially in regards to the strange way the ship was left.

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finejeeze:

pikoloid:

pikoloid:

today i sprained my foot in the worse way possible. i slipped on a yugioh card in my room (a bunch actually since i was sorting them). this is it. yugioh will be the death of me

update: it turns out i didn’t twist/sprain my foot. we went to the nurses and i had fractured it appparently. duel monsters broke my foot. yugioh broke my foot. yugioh ruined my life (here’s a picture of the  cast)image

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Somehow playing a card game has caused me to become severely injured.

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thegreenwolf:

bogleech:

dynamicoceans:

Moray Eels
To breath they open and close their mouths to force water over their gills.

And, as you can see, they can be fairly sociable. They can be fairly territorial too, but it’s easy for them to get used to other eels, or even entirely different animals; they can be tamed and love to be petted. Some divers “befriend” wild ones who come to greet them and get cuddles even for years.
The bigger ones can easily bite your fingers off, sure, but the same goes for some dogs. They just don’t know their strength :(

They look like dragon muppets. This is not a bad thing.

thegreenwolf:

bogleech:

dynamicoceans:

Moray Eels

To breath they open and close their mouths to force water over their gills.

And, as you can see, they can be fairly sociable. They can be fairly territorial too, but it’s easy for them to get used to other eels, or even entirely different animals; they can be tamed and love to be petted. Some divers “befriend” wild ones who come to greet them and get cuddles even for years.

The bigger ones can easily bite your fingers off, sure, but the same goes for some dogs. They just don’t know their strength :(

They look like dragon muppets. This is not a bad thing.

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