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siendoestupidoseras-feliz1313:

transmitiendofelicidad:

nillaa1:

laaaaaaaaaa cigüeña se culio a tu mama!

comentario ql kdshkdsjhaashskjhsdkhkash oh weon me mee

Apareciooo denuevooooo ctmreee dhsjflskgkxfbbcsofjcbrgjskcn amo esta wea dbdnf

siendoestupidoseras-feliz1313:

transmitiendofelicidad:

nillaa1:

laaaaaaaaaa cigüeña se culio a tu mama!

comentario ql kdshkdsjhaashskjhsdkhkash oh weon me mee

Apareciooo denuevooooo ctmreee dhsjflskgkxfbbcsofjcbrgjskcn amo esta wea dbdnf

amortizing:I follow back everyone!

amortizing:

I follow back everyone!

gibrahaam:

Literalmente..

gibrahaam:

Literalmente..

christian-king:

Dedication to the Craft! You have to master your gifts!

sleepinthegardn After aerial comes pole. Rando dude in a strip club has no idea how hard this is. Respect ladies. 
Thanks @thisisorganic for helping me figure it out.
astronomicalwonders:

The Mystic Mountain - HH 901
This is a NASA Hubble Space Telescope near-infrared-light image of a three-light-year-tall pillar of gas and dust that is being eaten away by the brilliant light from nearby stars in the tempestuous stellar nursery called the Carina Nebula, located 7,500 light-years away in the southern constellation Carina. The image marks the 20th anniversary of Hubble’s launch and deployment into an orbit around Earth.
The image reveals a plethora of stars behind the gaseous veil of the nebula’s wall of hydrogen, laced with dust. The foreground pillar becomes semi-transparent because infrared light from background stars penetrates through much of the dust. A few stars inside the pillar also become visible. The false colors are assigned to three different infrared wavelength ranges.
Credit: NASA, ESA

astronomicalwonders:

The Mystic Mountain - HH 901

This is a NASA Hubble Space Telescope near-infrared-light image of a three-light-year-tall pillar of gas and dust that is being eaten away by the brilliant light from nearby stars in the tempestuous stellar nursery called the Carina Nebula, located 7,500 light-years away in the southern constellation Carina. The image marks the 20th anniversary of Hubble’s launch and deployment into an orbit around Earth.

The image reveals a plethora of stars behind the gaseous veil of the nebula’s wall of hydrogen, laced with dust. The foreground pillar becomes semi-transparent because infrared light from background stars penetrates through much of the dust. A few stars inside the pillar also become visible. The false colors are assigned to three different infrared wavelength ranges.

Credit: NASA, ESA

brazil-14:

oscar para robben

brazil-14:

oscar para robben

cinmcflyy:

This guy Robben did break my heart 😢

arthola:

lazy cat

arthola:

lazy cat

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