but i gotta know what's your fantasy
tw3ntybucks:

Currently in London and yes, I queued my face.

Louise you are so buff

tw3ntybucks:

Currently in London and yes, I queued my face.

Louise you are so buff


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I love this man more than life itself

I love this man more than life itself

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earlywarningsigns:

Me and Umairah go hard. 

£40 spent well

earlywarningsigns:

Me and Umairah go hard. 

£40 spent well

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earlywarningsigns:

we got the right temperature to shelter you from the storm. 

earlywarningsigns:

we got the right temperature to shelter you from the storm. 

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Tags: me


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mellonhollie:

supascooperandmightymansh:

rhamphotheca:

What Will Japan’s 22,370-Mile-High Space Elevator Look Like?

by Kelly Chan

(Feb. 23, 2012) - Yesterday we learned that the Japanese have a proverbial ace up their sleeve in the planet-wide race for the tallest megastructure: plans for a 22,370-mile high space elevator made of a material 20 times stronger than steel, to be complete by 2050. What, pray tell, might this look like? These far-out renderings from Obayashi Corp. can give you an idea. Is that a capsule hotel up there?

(Feb. 22, 2012) - According to The Yomiuri Shimbun, this science fiction fantasy will be constructed using cables made from carbon nanotubes, a material 20 times stronger that steel. The elevator will rise a jaw-dropping 22,370-mile high, which is approximately a quarter of the distance between Earth and the moon, and the full length of the journey is estimated to be just over one week. At the terrestrial end will be a grounded spaceport, while the top of the structure will be fitted with a counterweight. The elevator car, which can carry up to 30 people, will be propelled by magnetic linear motors. Just over a third of the way up, elevator riders will arrive at a terminal station housing laboratories and living space.

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Is that even physically possible? That can’t be physically possible.

japan hahaha

one of the most earthquake prone countries in the world on an active fault line 

you so silly 

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earlywarningsigns:

SID magazine London fashion week party. Yes. My face is bleeding, someone hit me with a glass. 

then you text me at 2am saying you’d been glassed and i panicked and have never rung someone so quick in my life aha 

earlywarningsigns:

SID magazine London fashion week party. Yes. My face is bleeding, someone hit me with a glass. 

then you text me at 2am saying you’d been glassed and i panicked and have never rung someone so quick in my life aha 

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proof that my school has chickens and i’m still confused as to why

proof that my school has chickens and i’m still confused as to why

thedailywhat:

Photo Series of the Day: Mommy photographer Rachel Hulin made her baby boy Henry the subject of a chest-clutching series of photos entitled, simply, The Flying Series.

“I wanted the flights to feel genuine,” Hulin told Time’s LightBox. “These are places we are really in everyday, it’s not a cut-and-paste job on random interiors and landscapes.”

Though she won’t say how she made little Henry fly, Hulin insists she never throws him. PetaPixel suggests that she may be employing a technique similar to the one used by Pat David in his bouncing baby photo.

[mmm / petapixel.]

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ghostbambino:

allyyallyallyy:

millie look its youuuuu

hey 

millie ur so famiz

ghostbambino:

allyyallyallyy:

millie look its youuuuu

hey 

millie ur so famiz

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