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I swear ion remember snoop in hot boyz

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Kendrick and Dr.Dre in the studio 

marwan3li:

Kendrick and Dr.Dre in the studio 

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The floor is lava. [vid]

This is one of the best gifs

omfg I’ve only ever seen the end part of this gif this is amazing

fluffyplant:

invisiblesbians:

4gifs:

The floor is lava. [vid]

This is one of the best gifs

omfg I’ve only ever seen the end part of this gif this is amazing

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andsinceweare:

Me at parties

andsinceweare:

Me at parties

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First Santa Cruz Warriors game. Thanks @huberus #santacruzwarriors #basketball #gettheW (at Kaiser Permanente Arena)

First Santa Cruz Warriors game. Thanks @huberus #santacruzwarriors #basketball #gettheW (at Kaiser Permanente Arena)

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Dita Von Teese

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Dita Von Teese

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Hoy me comí solo una quesadilla, es que estoy a dieta…

Hoy me comí solo una quesadilla, es que estoy a dieta…

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basava:

The Ancient Art of Honey Hunting in Nepal

The Gurange tribes of Nepal have been collecting honey from Himalayan cliffs for centuries. The Gurung are master honey hunters, risking their lives collecting honeycomb using nothing more than handmade rope ladders and long sticks known as tangos.

Most of the honey bees’ nests are located on steep, inaccessible, southwest facing cliffs to avoid predators and for increased exposure to direct sunlight.

Aside from the dangers of falling, they are harvesting honey from the largest honey bees in the world. The Himalayan honey bee can grow up to 3 cm in length.

Before a hunt can commence, the honey hunters are required to perform a ceremony to placate the cliff gods. This involves sacrificing a sheep, offering flowers, fruits and rice, and praying to the cliff gods to ensure a safe hunt.

Photographer Andrew Newey spent two weeks living with the Gurung in central Nepal, documenting the risks and skill involved in this dying tradition.

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This dude really made his own vine as well

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IM WEAK

Oh my god. This is perfect shes still driving and hes so magestic.

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