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crispy-civilian:

I’ve never used tumblr before so here goes nothing.
Just something I made for a Deviantart contest

crispy-civilian:

I’ve never used tumblr before so here goes nothing.

Just something I made for a Deviantart contest

my anaconda dont want none unless you got puns hun

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roachpatrol:

digisummers:

no guys just imagine
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all the kids playing this song

I NEED THIS IN MY BRAIN FOREVER.

Imagine Dragons - The Radioactive Fox (feat. Ylvis)
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webegroot:

trekupmysleeve:

fadeintocase:

oneboredjeu:

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The Radioactive Fox

Radioactive by Imagine Dragons vs. The Fox by Ylvis.

Based on the above post.

Download here.

why does the second verse work so well lyrics-wise what the fuck

I have seen Hell

i’m laughing so much this is the soundtrack to the death of the universe omg i’m crying

quadsiclecar:

press start to drop it like it’s hot

Probably one of my favorite songs I’ve ever done. Enjoy.

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decepticonartschool:

"hey, how do i get better at-"

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Eyes are distracting.

runninmen:

archiemcphee:

Vietnamese artist C3nmt created this awesome smiling portrait of the amazing Hayao Miyazaki using elements from his various Studio Ghibli works. From the Princess Mononoke characters that make up his hair, to the My Neighbor Totoro characters in his cheeks, down to the Susuwatari (wandering soot) from Spirited Away that make up his tie, the longer you look at it, the more parts you’ll recognize. It’s a wonderful reminder of the many amazing worlds that Miyazaki has created over the years.
[via GeekTyrant]

Totoro father

runninmen:

archiemcphee:

Vietnamese artist C3nmt created this awesome smiling portrait of the amazing Hayao Miyazaki using elements from his various Studio Ghibli works. From the Princess Mononoke characters that make up his hair, to the My Neighbor Totoro characters in his cheeks, down to the Susuwatari (wandering soot) from Spirited Away that make up his tie, the longer you look at it, the more parts you’ll recognize. It’s a wonderful reminder of the many amazing worlds that Miyazaki has created over the years.

[via GeekTyrant]

Totoro father