teamdreambicyclingteam:

TdF Update?

It sure has been a crazy tour this year! ;)

Thanks Neil

who can resist a creek though

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Monday, 28th July
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Monday, 3rd March

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Saturday, 4th January

kimyk0:

al-the-stuff-i-like:

tupacabra:

mom: i made cookies!!

me:

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where do gifs like this even come from? the pits of hell?

jesus christ

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Tuesday, 19th November
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Tuesday, 5th November
steamcats:

fuckyeahfuncats:

I don’t think cats know they’re small

steamcats:

fuckyeahfuncats:

I don’t think cats know they’re small

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Friday, 4th October

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Tuesday, 1st October

miggylol:

pumpkin spice candles soon

pumpkin lattes soon

pumpkin everything

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Tuesday, 1st October

dirtyminaj:

WHAT FUCKING GAME IS THIS

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Wednesday, 28th August
ithinkitsallama:

hi human
you are friend
i like you smile
smile human smile i love you

ithinkitsallama:

hi human

you are friend

i like you smile

smile human smile i love you

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Thursday, 15th August

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Friday, 9th August

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Friday, 9th August

I feel I’ve become very good at spider catching situations. I approach each one like a puzzle. Like it depends on the placement of the spider (the direction in which it is facing + gravity), catching utensils (usually a cup with a lid), and the characteristics of the certain arachnid species. Some tend to jump and fall when threatened. Like the one I just caught now, one of those large pale yellow ones. It was situated vertically, so I simply held the cup below it and used my hand above it to scare it to fall. Eventually I might go as far as to draw diagrams of spidercatching situations because they’re good to know. If you need tips on how to catch one, just send me an ask. I believe that for the most part spiders are harmless and deserve their spidery freedom.

But I admit, ceiling spiders are by far the most challenging. The ceiling spider carries the greatest threat of ending up on your body, which must be avoided at all costs. If it’s on the ceiling, resign and accept it. Although I must say, for this situation below, I would have utilized a broom rather than tupperware confrontation. Though problematic with small children nearby, its best to first try and get the spider on a normal spatial plane (anything but the ceiling) in order to catch it in the most advantageous way.

chippedinstarrs:


Feb. 3, 1989: Apprentice jockey Nate Hubbard hung on for second place when his horse, Sweetwater Oak, stumbled near the finish line at Golden Gate Fields and flipped the rider out of his saddle. As he tumbled forward, Hubbard grabbed on to the filly’s neck and hung in mid-air until the race was over. The track stewards ruled it an official finish because Hubbard’s feet never touched the ground.

I have done something similar to this on a grandson of Seattle Slew. I thought I was gonna die. xDDD

"I’ll never let u go"

chippedinstarrs:

Feb. 3, 1989: Apprentice jockey Nate Hubbard hung on for second place when his horse, Sweetwater Oak, stumbled near the finish line at Golden Gate Fields and flipped the rider out of his saddle. As he tumbled forward, Hubbard grabbed on to the filly’s neck and hung in mid-air until the race was over. The track stewards ruled it an official finish because Hubbard’s feet never touched the ground.

I have done something similar to this on a grandson of Seattle Slew. I thought I was gonna die. xDDD

"I’ll never let u go"

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Saturday, 6th July
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Thursday, 6th June