Tumblr Code.

perchu:

dragon-ass:

geekishchic:

If I ever see any of you in public, the code is 
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always reblog tumblr identification

No stop changing it!

Its “hey I like your shoe laces!”
And the response is “thanks I stole them from the President!”

no its
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manufactoriel:

Cuba (2012), by José Enrique Plata M.

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xenlo:

This is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen

xenlo:

This is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen

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angelsreadingtennyson:

is saint young men even real

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picklesnickles:

Man I’m cute. Like daaaamn. 

yes you are

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impulsivelyneurotic:

loveknows-hang:

thim slick

hang is bae.

impulsivelyneurotic:

loveknows-hang:

thim slick

hang is bae.

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ruinedchildhood:

this episode changed me forever

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mischief-in-221b:

paramoral:

zondvloed:

This is the body of Dashi-Dorzho Itigilov, a buddhist monk of the tibetan tradition who died in the year 1927. Itigilov is best known for leaving behind a body supposedly “incorruptible”, being resistent to organic decay. 

Itigilov left a testament that he wanted to be buried exactly as he died, namely in a lotus posture. In his testament he also made clear that his body was to be exhumed after an unspecified number of years. In 1955, many years after his death, loyal monks exhumed his remains in secresy, in fear of persecution from the anti-religious communist authorities. The body was then accordingly not subject to decomposition. Another exhumation of the body was performed in 1973, with the same outcome. 

Finally in 2002 the body was exhumed once again and reportedly thoroughly examined by medical professionals, stating the condition of the body to be the apparent age of “no more than 36 hours”. 

To this day, buddhist monks show their reverence by shaking his hand, and some enthusiasts even believe that Itigilov never died, but is currently in a state of hibernation - perhaps having achieved the transcendent state of nirvana

That is terrifying.

No, that’s amazing as fuck

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