The Swing At The End Of The World Lets You Swing 2,600 Meters Above Sea Level
The swing’s unique location 2,600 meters above sea level offers visitors a beautiful and terrifying view of the Tungurahua Volcano. Although it might look like it hangs over a cliff, the swing actually just hangs over a steep slope. Either way, falling would probably mean death, but that doesn’t stop adventurous swingers from giving the swing at the end of the world a go. And it’s probably worth it, because the rush of adrenaline, the feeling of freedom, and the amazing surrounding views must be one-of-a-kind.
what if you fall off
Fire from a burning building being sucked into a tornado.
get out of there fireman what are you doing
there’s a tornado
I can’t stop laughing at this fireman
he’s just standing there going
“well darn, look at that.
I am home alone for Thanksgiving. I asked facebook what I should make for dinner.
The first response was Jello.
I’m not sure why, but I had a shit-ton of Jello in my cupboard, so I made it all.
Went Goat shopping today..
This baby girl claimed me as her own before I could even decide.
oh my god oh my god
things to do:
- goat shopping
i cant believe a large group of adult men rigged a survey to vote for the best animated kids show of 2013 by creating scripts that automatically vote for my little pony a million times i feel like were living in a bizarro alternate universe of the real true timeline where bronies are fairytale creatures that only exist in legends
i’m so not sorry
IT KEEPS HAPPENING
“There have been many stones on my path, which frequently made me trip and give up, however I keep telling myself this is only momentary, I will get back up. Since it’s our responsibility to return back the love that we have received from so many. That is why no matter how difficult or tough it becomes, I cannot let go. And that is why no matter how difficult it becomes, we are able to gain strength.” -Kwon Yuri. 생일축하해.
Happy Birthday Kwon Yuri 89.12.05
"Things Asians Hate," by Eliot Chang.
This is terrible AND WONDERFUL.
And funny. Just watch.
This morning while I was getting ready I was watching Sesame Street.
They were doing this bit where some clown was trying to wash his hands but kept washing his feet or his elbows and Elmo would go, “no mister noodle, your HANDS!” and all the tv kids would laugh.
Around the fourth or fifth time he couldn’t find his hands, I heard a grown man yell from somewhere else in the motel, “GODDAMMIT, MR. NOODLE.”
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not just followers, everyone.
I’m here if any of you need to talk<3
The best part is, this post actually does something, it offers support, unlike one of those useless “reblog if you care” posts.
*INSTANTLY FALLS IN LOVE*
I AM SO DOWN WITH THIS.