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Locked in an eternal embrace

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How to be a Godly wife. Seriously EVERY girl should read this.. married or not.

Zombie Proof Airless Tires. Jamie Wise Herard this reminds me of you!

I have wondered about this my whole life!

THE best hair do EVER. KRAKEN!

lawn jenga

wow this is awesome

Make Chocolate Butterflies Using Wax Paper and Books! The Books give it a realistic pose. Perfect for Valentine's Day! The Template/Pattern is included in the Tutorial!

Now & Then

Artist Berndnaut Smilde merges art and science to create small man-made clouds that exist — albeit for just a moment — indoors.

Waffled furniture

Mini fridge in island, could be used for fruits and veggies!

Turns red when water is hot, and blue when it's cold. i want this.

spice chart - what spices to combine with certain foods.

Freeze green grapes to keep white wine cold

This website has all the uses for Magic Erasers that you don't know about! Awesome.

Homemade "Vicks Vapor shower disks"

52 uses for coconut oil.

Did you know that a parmesan cheese lid fits a regular mouth canning jar perfectly?

reuse dryer lint

recycle and grow

The rocks are famous because they move, leaving tell-tale trails in the clay, like this one. This happens at several playa in California and Nevada. There's no record of anybody seeing one of the rocks move, and scientists aren't quite sure how it happens. But they know that it's not the work of animals, gravity, or earthquakes. Photo credit: NASA/GSFC/Cynthia Cheung.