behind_these_hazels

lowkeywalker:

come-to-my-world:

Ok, so I don’t know how I ended up here and woah!

they made

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characters

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for

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every

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single

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element

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of the

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periodic

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table!

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And also they made this

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and this

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*new ship* 

There’s even a granny!

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It’s like

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superheros

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(there’s a guy who looks like Hulk btw)

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and humans

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and there are

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twins!!

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And Bethoveen

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THEY MADE THOR

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And there’s also this which made me laugh

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I can’t! 

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(source)

this is the coolest shit b.

via tunnelbanana / 2 days ago / 161,914 notes /
thepsychedelicward:

#stevesmithcomebacktocarolina

thepsychedelicward:

#stevesmithcomebacktocarolina

via kalimerrra / 2 days ago / 6,231 notes /
cutestuffdotco:

A Baby Elephant Blowing Bubbles

cutestuffdotco:

A Baby Elephant Blowing Bubbles

via tunnelbanana / 1 week ago / 26,599 notes /

(Source: vethox)

via fahshitsandgiggles / 2 weeks ago / 8,131 notes /

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via ahistoryofwolfcraft / 2 weeks ago / 1,619 notes /

(Source: sorry-if-i-am-me)

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animatedamerican:

awwww-cute:

A box of baby bengals

"What? No, I’m sorry, I ordered half a dozen mini bagels —”"Shut up, we’re keeping them."

animatedamerican:

awwww-cute:

A box of baby bengals

"What? No, I’m sorry, I ordered half a dozen mini bagels —”
"Shut up, we’re keeping them."

via ahistoryofwolfcraft / 2 weeks ago / 145,915 notes /

instagram:

Celebrating Charlie Brown’s Birthday at the Charles M. Schulz Museum

For more photos and videos of Charlie, Snoopy and the gang, explore the Charles M. Schulz Museum location page.

Charlie Brown turned 64 this week, and the Charles M. Schulz Museum (@schulzmuseum) in Santa Rosa, California is the place where some of Snoopy’s greatest misadventures were drawn by the beloved illustrator. The museum sits on same property where Charles Schulz spent almost 30 years before he passed away in 2000.

"With comics in particular, the focus is often on telling stories about stories,” says Corry Kanzenberg, the museum’s curator, about its gallery spaces. "Our main exhibition right now is ‘Social Commentary’, which highlights topical issues in Peanuts.”

There are also nearly 100 original comic strips on display at the museum at any time—and this does not include the thousands of images used in the campus’ iconic mosaic, which depicts Charlie Brown running to kick a football held up by Lucy.

"He exercised a subtle balance of simplicity and depth in Peanuts,” says Corry. “Schulz’s comic strips resonate with fans through their uniquely funny approach to the human condition.”

Unfortunately, in all 17,887 comic strips created by Schulz, poor Charlie Brown was never successful in kicking that football.

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