johnny-escobar:

M4 | JE
 601
26 Jul 14 at 1 am

laughingasidie:

izhmash, dis F4 Phantom doe.

(Source: experimental-garage, via coffeeandspentbrass)

laughingasidie:

izhmash, dis F4 Phantom doe.
elguardianinvisible:

MIG-31
 1248369
24 Jul 14 at 2 am

swiggityswagurfab:


This guy would survive a horror movie.

This guy would survive a horror movie.

Every single time this comes up on my dash it gets funnier. Like I just fell of of my bed from laughing so hard

He hit him with a lamp.

I love his freedom pants.

im crying omg

(via danceswithtrex)

swiggityswagurfab:






This guy would survive a horror movie.

This guy would survive a horror movie.

Every single time this comes up on my dash it gets funnier. Like I just fell of of my bed from laughing so hard

He hit him with a lamp. 

I love his freedom pants.

im crying omg

20 Jul 14 at 2 pm

This is about to get serious @katelizmurphy (at Mike’s Pastry Inc)

This is about to get serious @katelizmurphy  (at Mike’s Pastry Inc)
 786
18 Jul 14 at 9 pm

victoriousvocabulary:

GUNSLINGER

[noun]

1. a person noted for speed and skill in handling and shooting a gun especially in the American West.

2. gun fighter.

3. a person who acts in an aggressive and decisive manner, especially in business or politics, as an investor who takes large risks in seeking large, quick gains.

Etymology: gun (from Middle English gunne, gonne, apparently short for Anglo-Latin Gunilda, gonnyld, name for engine of war; compare Old Norse Gunna, short for Gunnhildr,woman’s name) + sling (from Middle English slyngen < Old Norse slyngva, “to sling, fling”, cognate with Old English slingan, “to wind, twist”) + -er (a suffix used in forming nouns designating persons from the object of their occupation or labour, or from their place of origin or abode).

[Chris Rahn]

(via peashooter85)

victoriousvocabulary:

GUNSLINGER
[noun]
1. a person noted for speed and skill in handling and shooting a gun especially in the American West.
2. gun fighter.
3. a person who acts in an aggressive and decisive manner, especially in business or politics, as an investor who takes large risks in seeking large, quick gains.
Etymology: gun (from Middle English gunne, gonne, apparently short for Anglo-Latin Gunilda, gonnyld, name for engine of war; compare Old Norse Gunna, short for Gunnhildr,woman’s name) + sling (from Middle English slyngen &lt; Old Norse slyngva, “to sling, fling”, cognate with Old English slingan, “to wind, twist”) + -er (a suffix used in forming nouns designating persons from the object of their occupation or labour, or from their place of origin or abode).
[Chris Rahn]
 214
14 Jul 14 at 11 pm

rocketman-inc:

Blackbird SR-71

(via flying-by-instruments)

rocketman-inc:

Blackbird SR-71