Random Rambling of a Fangirl

gay-of-demonic-charm:

thegirlwithgoldeyes:

thegirlwithgoldeyes:

She had curves in all the wrong places. She had a boob sticking out of her kneecap and I’d never seen an ass on the back of someone’s head before

She had legs that went on forever. And ever, and ever. Legs going on into the endless primordial void from which we all came from and to which we shall all return. Her toes touched infinity, her hips perched on the cessation of existence.

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rrriordan:

Was called to Olympus, er, I mean the Empire State Building today to discuss … important stuff. More later.

rrriordan:

Was called to Olympus, er, I mean the Empire State Building today to discuss … important stuff. More later.

taytayfashayshay:

I can not begin to explain how relatable this picture is

taytayfashayshay:

I can not begin to explain how relatable this picture is

xuunies:

hahahaha

xuunies:

hahahaha

thefrustratedxerneas:

blingeed:

citoyenprouvaire:

things literally everyone, regardless of gender, looks good in:

  • suits
  • lacy lingerie
  • eyeliner
  • ball gowns

•battle armor

sagansense:

theoneaboutscience:

Curiosity watched on sol 713 as lumpy Phobos passed across the face of the Sun. There are 84 images in this animation, which runs faster than natural speed. A couple of sunspots are faintly visible. The animation is composed of raw JPEG images, so contains artifacts, particularly at the high-contrast areas at the edges of the Sun and Phobos. NASA / JPL / MSSS / TAMU / Emily Lakdawalla (via Curiosity sees a Phobos transit, sol 713 | The Planetary Society)

Watching a robotic extension of ourselves observing a moon transiting the nearest star…

sagansense:

theoneaboutscience:

Curiosity watched on sol 713 as lumpy Phobos passed across the face of the Sun. There are 84 images in this animation, which runs faster than natural speed. A couple of sunspots are faintly visible. The animation is composed of raw JPEG images, so contains artifacts, particularly at the high-contrast areas at the edges of the Sun and Phobos.
NASA / JPL / MSSS / TAMU / Emily Lakdawalla (via Curiosity sees a Phobos transit, sol 713 | The Planetary Society)

Watching a robotic extension of ourselves observing a moon transiting the nearest star…