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lighten-up-will-ya:

This Haunting Graveyard Of Cars Has Abandoned In The Forest For Decades

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Deep in a forest near the small Belgian village of Chatillon is a graveyard of abandoned rusty cars. Urban legend says that they once belonged to US soldiers stationed in the region in the 50s and 60s following WWII.  When the troops were sent home, they hid them in a forest until they could come back and retrieve them - but that never happened.

Source and more images: 

http://news.distractify.com/culture/70-year-old-traffic-jam/?v=1

This makes me sad for some reason.

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Trying to figure out what this is.

Trying to figure out what this is.

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The glass elevator inside the yacht Saint Nicholas.

The glass elevator inside the yacht Saint Nicholas.

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ciarachimera:

what the fuck are cats

I love cats! I love how in the video the woman laughs and says “What are you doing?!”

ciarachimera:

what the fuck are cats

I love cats! I love how in the video the woman laughs and says “What are you doing?!”

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jtotheizzoe:

ceruleanpineapple:

Dryocampa rubicunda - Rosy Maple Moth

You are not on shrooms (I’m pretty sure, anyway). This is a real thing. And it is awesome.

If only it wasn’t pink. LOL. the waving is adorable.

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everythingasoiaf:

Gown for Princess Arianne Martell

Ziad Nakad Haute Couture

everythingasoiaf:

Gown for Princess Arianne Martell

Ziad Nakad Haute Couture

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Aawww.

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agameofclothes:

What Arianne would wear to seduce Arys, Erol Albayrak

agameofclothes:

What Arianne would wear to seduce Arys, Erol Albayrak

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archiemcphee:

Holy psychedelic rocks, Batman! These awesome stones aren’t stone at all. They’re made of a substance called Fordite, also known as Detroit or Motor Agate. All of those beautiful layers are old automobile paint, countless layers of it, that accumulated in car factories over the years back when they cars were spray-painted by hand and excess paint dripped onto the metal tracks and skids that transported cars through the paint shop during the painting process. Thanks to the high heat that was used to bake the paint onto the cars, the layers hardened enough to be cut and polished into these beautiful industrial gems.

"Not much is known about how the pieces left the old factories, but it is assumed that ‘some crafty workers with an eye for beauty realized that this unique byproduct was worth salvaging. It was super-cured, patterned-like psychedelic agate, and could be cut and polished with relative ease!’"

Today this captivating material is shaped and polished into rings, necklaces, earrings, and of course beautiful stones like you see here. Because the painting process that created this substance no longer exists, Fordite is considered to be increasingly rare. But there’s still enough around to get some for yourself if you like. Check out the Fordite website to learn more.

Visit My Modern Metropolis for additional photos.

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wilwheaton:

nobodygivesluigilove:

xshiromorix:

reclaimerm3gtr:

Excuse me while I DIE OF LAUGHTER

Well.  All right, then.

This is the greatest thing on this darn website

I can’t even believe that this exists.

ROTFL!

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