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Seek, Read, and Ask.
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corgiaddict:

I’m so excited! This is my new baby corgi!  His name is Octavius Arthur,  he is only 4 weeks old yet,  and I will soon (like 4 more weeks) be able to pick him up!  I cannot wait! 
-submitted by your-eyes-are-like-the-stars 
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kateoplis:

Oh, Sweden.
kateoplis:

Oh, Sweden.
kateoplis:

Oh, Sweden.
kateoplis:

Oh, Sweden.
http://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=lyTA3a0P4Y4&u=/watch?v=orc_y7aYqv8&feature=share
http://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=lPE0Z_GlYZc&u=/watch?v=zhK4HF_oRho&feature=share
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celebritydachshund:

Crusoe’s Best of 2013 - See More Here
celebritydachshund:

Crusoe’s Best of 2013 - See More Here
celebritydachshund:

Crusoe’s Best of 2013 - See More Here
celebritydachshund:

Crusoe’s Best of 2013 - See More Here
celebritydachshund:

Crusoe’s Best of 2013 - See More Here
celebritydachshund:

Crusoe’s Best of 2013 - See More Here
celebritydachshund:

Crusoe’s Best of 2013 - See More Here
celebritydachshund:

Crusoe’s Best of 2013 - See More Here
celebritydachshund:

Crusoe’s Best of 2013 - See More Here
celebritydachshund:

Crusoe’s Best of 2013 - See More Here
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death-by-lulz:

vvankinq:

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vvankinq:

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death-by-lulz:

vvankinq:

I scrolled to the bottom for an explanation but I’m still confused

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death-by-lulz:

vvankinq:

I scrolled to the bottom for an explanation but I’m still confused

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death-by-lulz:

vvankinq:

I scrolled to the bottom for an explanation but I’m still confused

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vvankinq:

I scrolled to the bottom for an explanation but I’m still confused

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vvankinq:

I scrolled to the bottom for an explanation but I’m still confused

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death-by-lulz:

vvankinq:

I scrolled to the bottom for an explanation but I’m still confused

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death-by-lulz:

vvankinq:

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death-by-lulz:

vvankinq:

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4 Reasons Why You Should Learn to Cook
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mypantalones:

Hackett Fall/Winter 2014
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evrtstudio:

Monday Modern in Nature
The Nak by Wolveridge Architects
I’m starting to feel like a broken record, but here is yet another amazing modern home in Australia. A converted horse knackery (??). I love the combination of materials: especially the old concrete block with moss growing on it.
evrtstudio:

Monday Modern in Nature
The Nak by Wolveridge Architects
I’m starting to feel like a broken record, but here is yet another amazing modern home in Australia. A converted horse knackery (??). I love the combination of materials: especially the old concrete block with moss growing on it.
evrtstudio:

Monday Modern in Nature
The Nak by Wolveridge Architects
I’m starting to feel like a broken record, but here is yet another amazing modern home in Australia. A converted horse knackery (??). I love the combination of materials: especially the old concrete block with moss growing on it.
evrtstudio:

Monday Modern in Nature
The Nak by Wolveridge Architects
I’m starting to feel like a broken record, but here is yet another amazing modern home in Australia. A converted horse knackery (??). I love the combination of materials: especially the old concrete block with moss growing on it.
evrtstudio:

Monday Modern in Nature
The Nak by Wolveridge Architects
I’m starting to feel like a broken record, but here is yet another amazing modern home in Australia. A converted horse knackery (??). I love the combination of materials: especially the old concrete block with moss growing on it.
evrtstudio:

Monday Modern in Nature
The Nak by Wolveridge Architects
I’m starting to feel like a broken record, but here is yet another amazing modern home in Australia. A converted horse knackery (??). I love the combination of materials: especially the old concrete block with moss growing on it.
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tastefullyoffensive:

Stairs are hard. [via]