wwutevr:

My friends say I should act my age. What’s my age again?
blink•182//what’s my age again

wwutevr:

My friends say I should act my age. What’s my age again?

blink•182//what’s my age again

(via riseoftheginger)

"Did my beard fucking stutter?"

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socialised:

****April 16th 2014****
It’s been almost a year since the semi colon project and it would be lovely to see as many people as possible take part in it again this year. Whether you struggle with the things listed on the picture or not, draw a semi colon on your wrist to show some support to those who need it. Stay strong x x x

socialised:

****April 16th 2014****

It’s been almost a year since the semi colon project and it would be lovely to see as many people as possible take part in it again this year. Whether you struggle with the things listed on the picture or not, draw a semi colon on your wrist to show some support to those who need it. Stay strong x x x

(via riseoftheginger)

ryanjamesyezak:

This Anna Kendrick Little Mermaid SNL sketch is impossible to find (NBC ran into some legal issues with Disney)… watch while you can!

(via someonesvoiceofreason)

Patterns by William Morris, part III.

(Source: marieantoinete, via magicfran)

animalsandtrees:

3D-printed human cells could “replace animal testing”
3D-printed human cells could replace the need for animal testing of new drugs within five years, according to a pioneering bio-printing expert at the 3D Printshow in London.
"It lends itself strongly to replace animal testing," said bioengineering PhD student Alan Faulkner-Jones of Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh. “If it gets to be as accurate as it should be, there would be no need to test on animals.”

animalsandtrees:

3D-printed human cells could “replace animal testing”

3D-printed human cells could replace the need for animal testing of new drugs within five years, according to a pioneering bio-printing expert at the 3D Printshow in London.

"It lends itself strongly to replace animal testing," said bioengineering PhD student Alan Faulkner-Jones of Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh. “If it gets to be as accurate as it should be, there would be no need to test on animals.”

(via amodei)