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friend: *turns on country music*
me: can you chill

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yalll soo wronggg

im done lmfao

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Danny DeVito in Jurassic World

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Leaf bug (Phyllium giganteum)

The constant wobbling as they move is a part of their disguise, making it seem as though the “leaf” is only moving because of a light breeze.

If you blow on one it will also shake around in the hopes of matching any actual surrounding leaves

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10 Stunning Cityscapes Without Light Pollution

There are many advantages to city life, from conveniences like 24-hour delis and reliable public transportation to all of the culture that’s right at our fingertips. But there’s one thing that’s sadly missing from our lives starry skies. In Thierry Cohen’s thought-provoking series Darkened Cities, we get to see what various cityscapes worldwide would look like minus all of the light pollution.

The Paris-based photographer’s work is very precise; the skies that he superimposes into his photos are taken from locations that are situated on the same latitude as the original cities, and shot at the same angle. The resulting images are beautiful. Click through to see what some of the world’s brightest cities look like when the lights are off and the stars come out to play.

  1. Hong Kong, China
  2. Los Angeles, California
  3. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
  4. São Paulo, Brazil
  5. San Francisco, California
  6. Tokyo, Japan
  7. Paris, France
  8. Manhattan, New York
  9. Ground Zero, New York
  10. Shanghai, China

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