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This was my favorite part of the whole episode. Erics face is PRICELESS

arcanemysteries:

Six Types Of Tarot Readers.

I love this deck

I love this deck

roomslandscapesandhouses:

☯♡☮ | via Tumblr unter We Heart It.

roomslandscapesandhouses:

☯♡☮ | via Tumblr unter We Heart It.

cyruscribbles:

Bonus:

This is me.

scxmbvg:

BIG DOGS THAT THINK THEY’RE SMALL LAP DOGS ARE MY FAVORITE DOGS IN THE ENTIRE WORLD

(Source: thecutestofthecute)

dunrath:


The Front Bottoms - Flashlight [x]

dunrath:

The Front Bottoms - Flashlight [x]

(Source: dieterunrath)

You know you play WoW too much when..

warcraftmemes:

You go to a funeral and you try to loot the corpse.

Jul 5
theg0getter:

My reaction to pretty much everything ever

theg0getter:

My reaction to pretty much everything ever

Jul 5

12 min Abs Workout

gymra:

This total body workout will tone your abs and strengthen your core. Many people neglect core focused exercises, but they are important for a well-rounded fitness routine. Core exercises improve your balance and stability by training the muscles in your pelvis, lower back, hips, and abs to work…

Jul 4

People have a hard time letting go of their suffering. Out of a fear of the unknown, they prefer suffering that is familiar.

- Thích Nhất Hạnh (via onewaylovers)

Jul 4
r-is-for-raven:

In Tibetan Buddhism, the Citipati, or “Lords of the Cemetery” are two mythological Buddhist ascetics, who were so deep in their meditation, they were caught by a thief and beheaded even before they knew they were dead. As a symbol, the Chittipati represent the eternal dance of death, and perfect awareness. They are usually depicted as a male/female pair of intertwined skeletons caught up in an ecstatic dance. The dance of the Citipati is commemorated twice annually in Tibet with ritual dances. The Citipati are invoked as ‘wrathful deities,’ benevolent protectors who appear as fierce beings with a demonic appearance. Source

r-is-for-raven:

In Tibetan Buddhism, the Citipati, or “Lords of the Cemetery” are two mythological Buddhist ascetics, who were so deep in their meditation, they were caught by a thief and beheaded even before they knew they were dead. As a symbol, the Chittipati represent the eternal dance of death, and perfect awareness. They are usually depicted as a male/female pair of intertwined skeletons caught up in an ecstatic dance. The dance of the Citipati is commemorated twice annually in Tibet with ritual dances. The Citipati are invoked as ‘wrathful deities,’ benevolent protectors who appear as fierce beings with a demonic appearance. Source

Jul 3