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sigvardnilsson:

Book Design by Lili Koves (i forget how to do the little dots over the o)

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death-by-pikachu:

nikaalexandra:

pro tip: in a zombie apocalypse, your first stop shouldn’t be a guns shop, it should be a hardware store. not only are they stocked with enough caustic materials and sharp weaponry to make your head spin, they usually also have camping and survival gear as well as food. and most are windowless and easy to defend. just saying.

pro tip 2: Buy the shark mail that divers use. If a shark can’t bite through it, neither can a zombie

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phantonhives:

I KEEP FINDING MORE OF THIS ON GOOGLE IMAGES IT DOESN’T STOP

phantonhives:

I KEEP FINDING MORE OF THIS ON GOOGLE IMAGES IT DOESN’T STOP

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sixsteen:

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This is an underwater river in Mexico.

23devil:

10knotes:

thefuturepresidentandres:

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The river is made of hydrogen sulfide. As hydrogen sulfide is much denser than water, it stays at the bottom and creates its own river. However, hydrogen sulfide is classified as a level 4 in the MSDS, and is very dangerous. Definitely not something you want to go take a dip in.

 

SUDDENLY SPONGEBOB MAKES SENSE 

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sigvardnilsson:

Book Design by Lili Koves (i forget how to do the little dots over the o)

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death-by-pikachu:

nikaalexandra:

pro tip: in a zombie apocalypse, your first stop shouldn’t be a guns shop, it should be a hardware store. not only are they stocked with enough caustic materials and sharp weaponry to make your head spin, they usually also have camping and survival gear as well as food. and most are windowless and easy to defend. just saying.

pro tip 2: Buy the shark mail that divers use. If a shark can’t bite through it, neither can a zombie

(via thousand-kisses-deep)

phantonhives:

I KEEP FINDING MORE OF THIS ON GOOGLE IMAGES IT DOESN’T STOP

phantonhives:

I KEEP FINDING MORE OF THIS ON GOOGLE IMAGES IT DOESN’T STOP

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sixsteen:

/tagged/me

(via lemonorangelime)

This is an underwater river in Mexico.

23devil:

10knotes:

thefuturepresidentandres:

image

image

image

image

The river is made of hydrogen sulfide. As hydrogen sulfide is much denser than water, it stays at the bottom and creates its own river. However, hydrogen sulfide is classified as a level 4 in the MSDS, and is very dangerous. Definitely not something you want to go take a dip in.

 

SUDDENLY SPONGEBOB MAKES SENSE 

(via eggs-in-any-way)

This is an underwater river in Mexico.

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