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doggo doin an enjoy 🐶 - - - #9gag #samoyed #alaskanmalamute
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Keeping it #Classic @orolosangeles
The XENO cage and heel on the #miadidasUltraBoost is crazy! Drops tomorrow in NYC only at 5th Ave. store.
👋🏼☝🏼☝🏼 Baked Spinach and Artichoke Mac and Cheese. That's all. 🙈💛 Find the recipe on, search: 'spinach and artichoke mac and cheese'
Sean Kilpatrick wishes Jeremy Lin a speedy recovery (via @seankilpatrick)
Baked potatoes smothered in gooey cheese and crispy bacon... HOW could you say no? 🥔🧀🥓 [recipe link in bio]
The only mac n cheese I eat these days is @wickedkitchenfood #ad. If you ever actually go to the grocery store, you can find them in the freezer aisle.
We've all been there. Tune into @ilyamerica on @hulu to watch Sarah Silverman talk about masturbation and more.
Oohh, tomorrow is a good one. @NiallHoran
Photograph by @thomaspeschak A northern elephant seal pup curiously inspects its reflection in the glass dome of my underwater camera. Once hunted to near extinction in Pacific Mexico, today the species has made a remarkable conservation comeback. Reserves now offer sanctuary where this once nearly extinct species can reproduce and thrive. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo in collaboration with @maresmexicanos
like if you know what this is 😂
Just a day from our motorcycle trip. Burnt forest somewhere in Crimea. #ukraine #russia #motobyraskakov
Playa, sol y arena 🐡|| bikini from @domelleswim 👙 by @richardguaty
View these celestial beauties taken by the Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble) and released as a set of modern views of the "Messier Catalog." Spotting comets was all the rage in the middle of the 18th century, and at the forefront of the comet hunt was a young French astronomer named Charles Messier. In 1774, in an effort to help fellow comet seekers steer clear of astronomical objects that were not comets (something that frustrated his own search for these elusive entities), Messier published the first version of his “Catalog of Nebulae and Star Clusters,” a collection of celestial objects that weren’t comets and should be avoided during comet hunting. Today, rather than avoiding these objects, many amateur astronomers actively seek them out as interesting targets to observe with backyard telescopes, binoculars or sometimes even with the naked eye. Hubble’s version of the Messier catalog includes eight newly processed images never before released by NASA. The images were extracted from more than 1.3 million observations that now reside in the Hubble data archive. Some of these images represent the first Hubble views of the objects, while others include newer, higher resolution images taken with Hubble’s latest cameras. Image credit: NASA/ESA + others #nasa #hubble #astronomy #science #cosmos #universe #celestialobject #stars #galaxies #nebula #telescope #nightsky #constellation
@Chopard #minuterepeater #LUC worn by Karl-Friedrich owner of #chopard. Great time with another serious car guy. @watchpassion
You should not not embrace your inner psycho. Live your truth in our best selling tee because why tf not? Link in bio or @shopbetches
For the first time since 1988, the Dodgers are going to the World Series!
Inspired by classic collegiate colors, @Sneakersnstuff draws up two adidas NMD CS2 colorways with a matching set of sweats. For a full detailed look, tap the link in our bio.
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