My Internal Battery has Run Dry
Hi, my name is Ashley, I'm 20 and I am currently living in HI.
These are things I find funny and feel the need to share.
I enjoy
-Doctor Who
-Sherlock
-Firefly
-Fringe
-Big Bang Theory
-Once Upon a Time
-Harry Potter
-Game of Thrones
-Star Trek (TOS and JJ)
-Dangan Ronpa
-A:TLA & LOK
-LOTR/ The Hobbit
-Avengers & Marvel & Batman


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ev4n-perks:

NOW I KNOW WHY OUR GENERATION IS SO SARCASTIC AND CYNICAL

1 day ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 428,664 notes

theawesomeadventurer:

straight white boy: what are you doing?

me: laying in bed 

straight white boy: anything else? ;) 

me: no 

straight white boy: are you sure? ;)

me:

image

1 day ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 89,248 notes
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Song: Ramble On
Artist: Led Zeppelin
Played: 771 times.
Source
1 day ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 2,032 notes

thebestatdarksouls:

muzungus:

White people in a nutshell.

breatheeasyfriend
1 day ago on September 30th, 2014 | J | 202,566 notes
4 days ago on September 26th, 2014 | J | 1,744 notes

thefrogman:

[video] [h/t: sizvideos]

4 days ago on September 26th, 2014 | J | 9,966 notes
ericcolossal:

Attack on Teen Titan

ericcolossal:

Attack on Teen Titan

4 days ago on September 26th, 2014 | J | 38,819 notes

mjwatson:

a-fictional-vaudeville:

midstorm:

I think Hiccup and Astrid are the best animated couple ever.

I love how their relationship isn’t a major plot point for the films. Astrid isn’t there as a reward for the hero, she is also his best friend (next to Toothless of course). She didn’t stop being a warrior after she became a love interest (and Hiccup wouldn’t want her to, he loves her for it).

They talk about their problems. They fight their enemies together. And they trust each other.

Something that I’m just noticing from these gifs. They actually lean their cheeks into the kisses, opposed to just letting the other do all the work.  That’s something actual couples do when they know each other well enough to know it’s coming.  I love this.

the comments are making me emotional

4 days ago on September 26th, 2014 | J | 116,932 notes
4 days ago on September 26th, 2014 | J | 2,164 notes
rhamphotheca:

Japan’s cherry blossom stone is a natural wonder
Meet the cherry blossom stone from Japan - one of the most striking natural rock formations in the world.
by Bec Crew
So-called because when you crack them open, their internal cross-sections look like tiny golden-pink flowers, cherry blossom stones (sakura ishi in Japanese) get their beautiful patterns from mica, which is a commonly found silicate mineral known for its shiny, light-reflecting surface. 
These flower patterns weren’t always made of mica. They started their existence as a complex matrix of six prism-shaped crystal deposits of a magnesium-iron-aluminium composite called cordierite, radiating out from a single dumbbell-shaped crystal made from a magnesium-aluminium-silicate composite called indialite in the centre. 
Hosted inside a fine-grained type of rock called a hornfels - formed underground around 100 million years ago by the intense heat of molten lava - cherry blossom stones underwent a second significant metamorphosis in their geological lifespan when they were exposed to a type of hot water called hydrothermal fluids…
(read more: ScienceAlert! - Australia/NZ)
images: John Rakovan et al.

rhamphotheca:

Japan’s cherry blossom stone is a natural wonder

Meet the cherry blossom stone from Japan - one of the most striking natural rock formations in the world.

by Bec Crew

So-called because when you crack them open, their internal cross-sections look like tiny golden-pink flowers, cherry blossom stones (sakura ishi in Japanese) get their beautiful patterns from mica, which is a commonly found silicate mineral known for its shiny, light-reflecting surface. 

These flower patterns weren’t always made of mica. They started their existence as a complex matrix of six prism-shaped crystal deposits of a magnesium-iron-aluminium composite called cordierite, radiating out from a single dumbbell-shaped crystal made from a magnesium-aluminium-silicate composite called indialite in the centre. 

Hosted inside a fine-grained type of rock called a hornfels - formed underground around 100 million years ago by the intense heat of molten lava - cherry blossom stones underwent a second significant metamorphosis in their geological lifespan when they were exposed to a type of hot water called hydrothermal fluids

(read more: ScienceAlert! - Australia/NZ)

images: John Rakovan et al.

4 days ago on September 26th, 2014 | J | 1,327 notes