Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell in Broadway Melody of 1940.

Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell in Broadway Melody of 1940.

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enough about sex positions has anyone discovered a reading position which doesn’t get uncomfortable after 5 minutes

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remember when these pieces of shit were everywhere and they were the best thing ever
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and when you were too old to play with them you would just randomly move one when no one was looking

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GREATEST IMPROVISED LINE EVER

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actual picture of actual one direction fans image

it’s like a scene from a zombie movie

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Friends Reunion Skit with Jimmy Kimmel.

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It seems like cats never forgot the fact that they were worshipped as gods thousands of years ago 

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SELFIE TAKEN ON TOP OF HONG KONG SKYSCRAPER

Selfies, selfies, selfies, it seems like whatever you do and wherever you go, you find people taking selfies. But how far are you willing to go and what are you willing to do for that perfect selfie? That is perhaps the question that three daredevils found themselves asking before doing what they did.
Three intrepid Hong Kong teenagers thought it wise to use the 346 meters of  Sheung Wan Center, Hong Kong’s fifth tallest building, to get that all-too-important moment of vanity that is the selfie.
Daniel Lau, Andrew Tso, and A.S. posted a video of their adventure on Thursday, and more than 270,000 people have viewed it. The stomach-churning video shows Daniel Lau and two friends on top of the skyscraper just chilling and eating  bananas before their descent…
Continue reading and watch the video here.

theworldofchinese:

SELFIE TAKEN ON TOP OF HONG KONG SKYSCRAPER

Selfies, selfies, selfies, it seems like whatever you do and wherever you go, you find people taking selfies. But how far are you willing to go and what are you willing to do for that perfect selfie? That is perhaps the question that three daredevils found themselves asking before doing what they did.

Three intrepid Hong Kong teenagers thought it wise to use the 346 meters of  Sheung Wan Center, Hong Kong’s fifth tallest building, to get that all-too-important moment of vanity that is the selfie.

Daniel Lau, Andrew Tso, and A.S. posted a video of their adventure on Thursday, and more than 270,000 people have viewed it. The stomach-churning video shows Daniel Lau and two friends on top of the skyscraper just chilling and eating  bananas before their descent…

Continue reading and watch the video here.

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iwriteaboutfeminism:

It’s a tense night in Ferguson, but luckily no outbreak of violence. 

This is still going on. Do not forget

Don’t let the media make you think this is over. Those last few tweets are from today!

These are dated August 24, 2014

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