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nialllhoran:

WHY ARE PHONES GETTING BIGGER WHEN GIRLS STILL BARELY HAVE POCKETS IN THEIR PANTS

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rosesinaglass:

Tatra Mountains by maartino on Flickr.

wankbankofamerica:

reasons i tend to not talk

  • people always interrupt me to tell another story because apparently my story isn’t good enough for their ears
  • i sound like an idiot who just learned to talk two hours ago
  • people seem disinterested in what i’m saying
  • i hate my voice
  • i don’t want to annoy anyone
  • i repeat because this happens a lot: people interrupt me and never let me finish and i feel really shitty about myself because no one seems to want to listen to me
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sacrebleuphotography:

This picture has been taken on the top of a cliff just between the Sydney Harbour and the Ocean. On one side there was the sunset and blue sky and on the other side you could have seen this landscape. A storm was coming and it was possible to see the rain falling down.

Watson Bay, Sydney, Australia.
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prunvs:

Flowering Desert, Chile
The flowering desert is a climatic phenomenon that occurs in the Atacama Desert, known as the driest place in the world. The phenomenon consists of the blossoming of a wide variety of flowers between the months of September and November in years when rainfall is unusually high. The flowering desert involves more than 200 species of flower most of them endemic to the Atacama region.
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unusualyoung:

cherry blossoms, japan
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