katiebehappy

There is no duty we so much underrate then the duty of being happy.
I'm a huge nerd.
tv.movies.books.food.positivity.love.pretty things.
I hope these make you happy too.

theriversandtheroads:

Love all of these little babies.

theriversandtheroads:

Love all of these little babies.

(via feelmyvibesss)

hasuahasuahasua:

mrniggelsworth:

sizvideos:

Watch it in video

what the actual fuck

The entirety of my dream house

(via wolfweard)

sodomymcscurvylegs:

(Source: oksmd, via fireyourowncannons)

http://marvelousspoiler.tumblr.com/post/92297726037/friendly-reminder-that-dick-grayson-is-of-romani

marvelousspoiler:

Friendly reminder that:

  • Dick Grayson is of Romani descent
  • Tim Drake was originally designed to be of Asian heritage
  • Damian Wayne is of Arabic and Chinese descent from Talia
  • Cassandra Cain is half Asian (Lady Shiva’s Nationality is ambiguous)
  • Pre-52 Helena Bertinelli is Italian
  • New-52 Helena…

zukothefirelords:

70 years later and people are still fangirling over Zuko.

(via avatarfeelings)

trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

 An Isochrone curve is the curve for which the time taken by an object sliding without friction in uniform gravity to its lowest point is independent of its starting point. The curve is a cycloid, and the time is equal to π times the square root of the radius over the acceleration of gravity.
- A ball set on an Isocrone (or Tautochrone) curve will reach the bottom at the same length of time no matter where you place the ball, so long as there is no impeding friction.
[Gif] - Four balls slide down a cycloid curve from different positions, but they arrive at the bottom at the same time. The blue arrows show the points’ acceleration along the curve. On the top is the time-position diagram.
[source]

trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

 An Isochrone curve is the curve for which the time taken by an object sliding without friction in uniform gravity to its lowest point is independent of its starting point. The curve is a cycloid, and the time is equal to π times the square root of the radius over the acceleration of gravity.

- A ball set on an Isocrone (or Tautochrone) curve will reach the bottom at the same length of time no matter where you place the ball, so long as there is no impeding friction.

[Gif] - Four balls slide down a cycloid curve from different positions, but they arrive at the bottom at the same time. The blue arrows show the points’ acceleration along the curve. On the top is the time-position diagram.

[source]

(via janesfoster)