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My shuttle driver in Rome stopped in the middle of the road to save three ducklings who couldn’t get back to their mother
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?? We did it! In 2 days the /r/NatureIsFuckingLit community has raised $15,685 for charity with 467 donations to the International Anti-Poaching Foundation ??????
55535
Imagine having this incredible waterfall at the end of your street
36372
I think I'll pass
24366
Dad surprises his daughter.
5933
A UV camera directly shows how sunscreen absorbs UV light on your body
24969
New Bipartisan Legislation Would Repeal Trump’s Solar Tariffs: “I don’t know what good can possibly come as a consequence of stifling the growth of solar power.”
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The way these trees don’t touch
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Dutch church pays tribute to Avicii after he passed away
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LPT: If you're looking for something to read, re-read the books you were required to in highschool. Many of them have a whole different tone when read voluntarily and it will become obvious why they were required.
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Pussywillow had two healthy little girls this morning! Poppy and Petunia :)
12043
Yahoo not even using their own search engine
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This sink and soap
7853
In Deadpool (2016) while they're on their way to warn Vanessa about Francis, Weasel has a stack on $1 bills in coat pocket which he brought because he knew he'd be going to a strip club.
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Love the actor, hate the character
22354
Ping: 4200
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MRW people give gold to Reddit admins for their announcement posts
7360
Drive home. Photoshop (digital). 8.5"x8.5"
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Ex-cons of Reddit: What was the hardest prison-habit to break after being released?
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woof irl
32714
Real life bug
6175
You can do what you want, when you want, and who you want...
9974
Now you know
48426
Seal gets inside shark net and shows off his fishing skills
4641
Fighting bosses in Dark Souls be like
5823
[AMA Request] - People behind lofi 24h beats to study and relax
35468
A hand-made retrofuturistic digital clock.
12272
A boy between two mounted lobsters caught off the New Jersey coast. 1916 (500X388)
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me??irl
23655
Goes in one end and comes out the other.
17023
I think Michael would be really mad if he knew Toby beat him at something
11444
I told myself I’d wait a few years now that I’m out on my own to get a dog... I lasted a week, adopted this good boy yesterday!
7377
Taking one for the team
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The police in PEI were on the lookout yesterday.
18710
hmmm
22541
Fixing his hair before he wears a hat
10674
My dad, sister, and mother on student residences at Karazin University, Kharkiv, USSR (1978)
34668
Pet dog of a three-year-girl who spent 16 hours in the elements has stayed by her side until she was found this morning.
12937
TIFU By walking in on my mom masturbating...
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Crosspost from r/funny
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793 buttstuff2015 RIP August, one of the best to ever do it
380 soldierspoem There's one of these rooms at the camera obscura in Edinburgh! My boyfriend and I had a go: https://imgur.com/a/EGifx Edit: For reference, he's 6ft and I'm about 5ft7
182 Carrottimer Why are there a line of people in orange jumpsuits in the back? Is this some sort of community service?
160 sandusky_hohoho This gif cuts off the explanation, but basically the Ames room works by setting up a conflict between two things that our visual systems has learned to expect about the world around us: Expectation #1 - Most human-made structures are composed of right angles Expectation #2 - Most people are roughly the same size (and humans don't tend to change size over short time periods). By making a room with a strange geometry that *appears* to be in line with Expectation #1, you can trick your visual system into abandoning Expectation #2. Basically, your visual system says "Well, those folks are walking along a wall, and walls are usually flat, so since they are changing size on my retina, they must be changing size in real life." In reality the people are changing size because they are getting farther away, but the room is set up to hide the changes in depth. Hence the illusion. Worth noting though - This illusion only works when it is being viewed through a peephole. If you let people see the room with both eyes, or through a slit that allows them some side-to-side movement, the additional depth cues wreck the illusion. Basically, by giving your visual system more information about depth, you can see that Expectation #1 is being violated, which leads to you reinstate Expectation #2.
41 PretzelsThirst The Exploratorium in San Francisco has one of these you can check out
33 actionpark Reminds me of the Mystery Spot.
165 zSteezo r/blackmagicfuckery
155 Rvirg That lady is wearing a cute dress.
18 bigdrippyjr r/gifsthatendtoosoo
13 [deleted] what a terrible video, all I want to do is look at the floor and there are captions blocking it the entire time.
20 eb4writes RIP August Ames
9 GetInTheVanKid Willy Wonka did it better