January 20th, 2013
zuleikha:


omg im gonna do this with my kids for every grade until they finish high school and they will hate me for it but love me for it when theyre 70

zuleikha:

omg im gonna do this with my kids for every grade until they finish high school and they will hate me for it but love me for it when theyre 70

(via asian)

(via asian)

camach0:

wow so the dolphin asked her to marry him and she kisses the other guy right in front of him rude ass bitch

camach0:

wow so the dolphin asked her to marry him and she kisses the other guy right in front of him rude ass bitch

(Source: sexo-na-lua, via asian)

omgwang:

Get in my bed right now

omgwang:

Get in my bed right now

(via asian)

lefrenchefamas:

LET ME GOI AM A MAJESTIC CREATUREI SHALL TROD ON YOUPUT ME DOWN, HUMAN 

lefrenchefamas:

LET ME GO
I AM A MAJESTIC CREATURE
I SHALL TROD ON YOU
PUT ME DOWN, HUMAN 

(Source: togifs, via asian)

(Source: lightsofheaven, via asian)

emmydude:

DO YOU SEE WHY ELEPHANTS ARE MY FAVORITE ANIMALS EVER

(via asian)

fallapar-t:

That’s so raven.

OMIGOSH

fallapar-t:

That’s so raven.

OMIGOSH

(via asian)

Oh gosh….

Oh gosh….

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January 16th, 2013
January 7th, 2013
December 20th, 2012
bunnieseverywhere:

Never-ending digging.

bunnieseverywhere:

Never-ending digging.

(via fuckyeabunnies)

npr:


Here are just a few of the positions Santa would need to fill to pull off Christmas.
* 46 international distribution centers, to allow Santa to reload as he crosses the globe. That means 400,000 workers for loading presents onto Santa’s sleigh.
* 60,000 workers to develop optimized flight plans and communicate with the FAA, secure flyover rights, etc.
* 7,000 people monitoring demand and tweaking his route in real time.
* 100 meteorologists to make sure Santa doesn’t fly into a blizzard.
* 40,000 people to help Santa clear customs.

(via Without Magic, Santa Would Need 12 Million Employees : Planet Money : NPR)

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Credit: Lam Thuy Vo and Chana Joffe-Walt/NPR

npr:

Here are just a few of the positions Santa would need to fill to pull off Christmas.

* 46 international distribution centers, to allow Santa to reload as he crosses the globe. That means 400,000 workers for loading presents onto Santa’s sleigh.

* 60,000 workers to develop optimized flight plans and communicate with the FAA, secure flyover rights, etc.

* 7,000 people monitoring demand and tweaking his route in real time.

* 100 meteorologists to make sure Santa doesn’t fly into a blizzard.

* 40,000 people to help Santa clear customs.

(via Without Magic, Santa Would Need 12 Million Employees : Planet Money : NPR)

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