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iwantasuperwholockurl:

theblackcatstirs:

shiningartifact:

ziusik:

thinly:

-Sir, we’ve found this and we needed you to name it.

-Pineapple.

-But we figured we might as well just call it “Ananas” since the majority of the world refers to it as-

-Pineapple.

-But sir-

-Pine. Apple.

CRYING I HAVE TO REBLOG IM SORRY OMFG

PINE. APPLE.

LOL THIS IS THE GREATEST.

If this doesn’t perfectly sum up the English language I don’t know what does

malay: nanas

(Source: french-tea)

ted:

In Alexa Meade’s portraits, she literally paints her subjects. 

Instead of painting on canvas (you know, like most people do), Meade paints directly on her subjects and snaps a photo. The effect is what looks like a two-dimensional painting. To explain the optical illusion, she says, “The mask of paint mimics what is directly below it. In this way, I am able to take a three-dimensional scene and make it look like a two-dimensional painting.” 

These GIFs break the illusion, but watch this to see the true effect »

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