nah this aint real man no way this got me so fucked up no way
Photographer Alexey Kljatov (aka ChaoticMind75) takes macro shots of natural snowflakes, snow and hoarfrost crystals right outside of his house in Moscow, Russia.
hey buddy, Ive got an exam on this stuff on monday and ill try help u as best i can.
Ella Benson was a junior in college the first time she took it. With a class assignment due, she was offered the drug as a means to stay up all night and crank out something respectable by morning.
It worked, and Benson now says it was the first time she “really connected” with something she was working on.
“It was the first paper I wrote where I felt like I came up with an idea that was meaningful and important,” she said. “I got an A on it.”
An A for Adderall.
Now, at 26, Benson is a professional writer who reports for a major news publication and has had her byline in The New York Times. She keeps an “emergency stash” of Adderall nearby for when she’s working on a big story and has to stay awake all night.
The gaping flame-filled crater has been this way since 1971, when Soviet geologists tapped into a cavern of natural gas and decided to burn it off so it wouldn’t poison anyone. They thought it would take a few days. Four decades later, locals refer to this pit as the Door to Hell.
A girl draw a series of self-portraits after she’d taken LSD
After 15 minutes
1 hour and 45 minutes
2 hours and 15 minutes
3 and a haf hours
4 hours and 45 minutes
6 hours and 45 minutes
8 hours and 45 minutes
9 and a half hours
FIRST, I PARK MY CAR.
This reminds me of those infomercials where someone does something radically wrong.
it looks like the car in the second gif explodes right outside the frame omg