We aren’t certain what the specific purpose is for an army green 309 Triceratops mounted on four rugged wheels (that is, aside from radiating an atmosphere of raw awesomeness and making people smile and roar), but we sure wish we could take a ride on it. We’d even settle for a ride inside its mouth.
Look closely and you’ll see that this incredible vehicle got its start as a humble tractor and appears to be fully functional. It was recently spotted on the streets of Shoreditch, London and was created by Alex ‘Wreckage’ Wright for the MUTOID WASTE COMPANY.
Check out video of the 309 Triceratops Tractor in action here!
[via Obvious Winner]
Les Catacombes - Paris 2012
400 ft below the surface of Paris exists one of the scariest and coolest places on earth. The bones of over 6 million people are still interred here. Now they are organized and placed respectfully, but in the beginning the officials of Paris were just cleaning up the surface of the city by dumping the remains from full graveyards into the old rock quarries that built the city. Spooky! Great place to pop the question to your girlfriend!
All of the photos in this set were long exposures with no flash. If you ever get to go, don’t forget the remote and/or tripod!
Anonymous asked: Dude I want to have your babies, full homo.
That’s more like i-
Wait, stop that.
Anonymous asked: I'll gladly have your babies, senpai~
Anonymous asked: dude i want you to have my babies no homo
shiny-ursaring asked: you're a cool guy! keep doing what you're doing! keep smiling and nothing can stop you
You… You two are in cahoots…!
I-I demand to know what’s going on…!
Anonymous asked: DID I HEAR TENTACLES?
You did not hear tentacles………………
Anonymous asked: I see you're reblogging tentacles again ,'B3
I drew tentacles to respond to this ask, but I decided against postin’ it.
Nothing says “Our love will last forever.” like a tiny gold squid encircling your ring finger. This tentacular little beauty was handmade by Portland, OR-based jeweler Cheyenne Weil of gin & butterflies. She custom-makes each Squid Wedding Band by hand-carving the ring in wax and then casting it using the lost-wax method.
"This ring is a highly detailed piece with the squid and water/wave design flowing all the way around the ring, leaving no particular part "up." It is a nice 8mm in width, over 2mm thick, and has a delicious weighty feel."
Click here for more information and then check out the rest of Cheyenne’s gin & butterflies shop.
[via Fashionably Geek]