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  2. passionately-misbehaving:

    puppiesarerad:

    freddashdog:

    Grandpa gets a surprise bulldog puppy for his birthday, something he’s always wanted.

    It’s pure happiness for both of them

    im fucking sobbing

    The feeellllsss

    omg my two favorite things puppies and old people im gonna die of happiness

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  4. twentyonepivots:

    do you ever listen to music and suddenly you’re like wow I want my life to be the way this song sounds I want to live in this song

    (Source: briansellah, via trippychick)

     
  5. boymoths:

    trust

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  6. vinebox:

    Leggo

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  7. If I were to sum up my life with one bumper sticker.

    (Source: dp0226, via fionawhat)

     
  8. wetheurban:

    ART: Sky Art Illustrations by Thomas Lamadieu

    Genius French artist Thomas Lamadieu has illustrated a series of scenes in the sky directly onto photographs of urban landscapes.

    Read More

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  9. lion:

    this nigga drake brought a lint roller to a basketball game lmaoooo

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  11. bb-skunk:

    creativity like “yo”,

    attention span like “no”.

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  12. aduhm:

    reblog if u a lil ugly

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  15. sassyfitblog:

    Exercise of the Day: Calf Raises

    It’s important to strengthen your calves and ankles. We use them everyday when we walk, run, jump or play sports. They improve our mobility and performance. Having weak ankles and calves can lead to injuries such as ankle/calf sprains, ankle fractures or even damage to your achilles tendon.

    Having strong ankles and calves are especially important for runners because it helps your foot push off when you run and your knee flexion when your leg swings.

    Aim to strengthen them a few times a week by doing these 3 exercises:

    1. Basic Calf Raise
    2. Internal Rotation Calf Raise (toes pointed inward)
    3. External Rotation Calf Raise (toes pointed outward)

    Do 20 reps of each exercise.

    They are so easy that you can do them at home, work or the gym.

    Try it!

    Follow my blog for more Exercise of the Day moves.

    (via fitness-and-diet)