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daily-asgardian-news:

I’m not even sorry for making this

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sixpenceee:

SHORT HORROR FILMS: THE MOCKINGBIRD 

You can watch the video here

The voice on the other end wasn’t his wife.

I have a compilation of short horror films for anyone interested.

This is creepy and you can`t tell me otherwise.

This is creepy and you can`t tell me otherwise.

(via gramazon3)

theshoutingendoflife:

jaclcfrost:

standing next to sunflowers always makes me feel weak like “look at this fucking flower. this flower is taller than i am. this flower is winning and i’m losing”

Wow you are not ready to hear about trees.

(via rickpoopy)

sixpenceee:

Hey! So before I begin I got this information from Vsauce my favorite science youtuber! He’s great, you’ll learn a lot from him, I know I did.

So anyway, there are 3 types of fears as examined by Stephen King

1) Gross-out: so gore, disease, nasty things

2) Horror: unnautural things, like a giant spider

3) Terror: when somethings creepy

What makes something creepy is ambiguity

For example masks. It masks facial expression, you don’t know how that other person is feeling. Are they a threat? Or are they nice? You just don’t know. 

Francis T Mcandrew and Sara S. Koehnke described being creeped out as an ambiguity of threats from others. (click on the pictures to enlarge)

Creepy things maybe a threat, but they are also kind of not. Like a teddy bear with a full set of human teeth. So our brains just don’t know what to do. 

So instead of carrying out a typical fear response, we just feel uneasy.

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historicaltimes:

Young Jane Goodall grooming a hungry friend. 1960s

historicaltimes:

Young Jane Goodall grooming a hungry friend. 1960s

audreylovesparis:

The restaurant Le Bistrot, in Roussillon, Provence, France

audreylovesparis:

The restaurant Le Bistrot, in Roussillon, Provence, France

(via nosebacon)