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The hidden meaning behind wedding traditions

So This Is Why You Throw Confetti At A Wedding

what we do doesn't change really, the forms just get tweaked a little

what we do doesn't change really, the forms just get tweaked a little

Humans Are Weird/Space Australia Colour Blind Aliens

This made the think of the old black and white version of the addams family, where most of the set was bright pink because it looked better in play back

19 retro sweets that need to be brought back IMMEDIATELY

19 retro sweets that need to be brought back IMMEDIATELY

Space dust from the aka popping candy as it is now called.

The winning picture was taken during an operation on the brain of a living epilepsy patient.The awards will be on display at the Wellcome Collection in London until December 2012    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2164892/Incredible-close-shot-living-human-brain-wins-microscope-photography-competition.html#ixzz1z1ul7QPy

Incredible close-up shot of living human brain wins microscope photography competition

The Brain - Up Close This remarkable close-up image of a living human brain has won the Welcome Prize for microscope photography after it was taken during a surgical procedure to treat a patient with epilepsy.

We have the cooking mirror one in our school.

i'm only reposting to say that my old middle school had one of those "school supply vending machines" (the very last picture) and i never saw a single person use it

Your dog needs a sweater - WTF fun facts

Your dog needs a sweater - WTF fun facts

Enter the world of Mister Finch and get ready to be dazzled by his textile creations. Using recycled materials, like velvet curtains from old hotels or a vintage wedding dress, the artist transforms this cloth into overgrown mushrooms, insects and birds. Fascinated by their life cycles and extraordinary behavior, he pays homage to these creatures …

Exclusive Interview: The Beautiful Textile Insects and Animals by Mister Finch

textile art at it's finest, by Mister Finch, Anthropologie Museum, London, Nov 2014

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