Hockey and some other things

Isaac or Zac, call me whatever.
Hockey, other stuff and very occasionally porn.


Halloween is coming.
Are you ready?

jiujitsu-octopus:

When you’re having one of those days……

video SFW, audio NSFW, swearing.

lolneincom:

Gotta love new features! (part 1)

lolneincom:

Gotta love new features! (part 1)

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cubebreaker:

Dieting? Ahaha, no you aren’t. This simple recipe for layered pepperoni pizza cake by Shawn Syphus uses only five ingredients and takes just 1 hour to prep and bake.

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aceofstars:

rayvenloaf:

OMFG this is brilliant

I HAVE BEEN LAUGHING AT THIS FOR LIKE 10 MINUTES STRAIGHT OH MY GODD

aceofstars:

rayvenloaf:

OMFG this is brilliant

I HAVE BEEN LAUGHING AT THIS FOR LIKE 10 MINUTES STRAIGHT OH MY GODD

(Source: zubbyzub, via demigingerjazz)

amingusamongus:

Go home skeleton, you are drunk

amingusamongus:

Go home skeleton, you are drunk

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wolverxne:

Wolf Challenges a feeding Bear | by: Anne-Marie Klaus

wolverxne:

Wolf Challenges a feeding Bear | by: Anne-Marie Klaus 

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Christians:

Dear Lord

Pagans:

Deer Lord

fotografiae:

Autumn is coming by DaryaChacheva. http://ift.tt/1uycdNn

fotografiae:

Autumn is coming by DaryaChacheva. http://ift.tt/1uycdNn

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art-of-swords:

Late Anglo-Saxon Sword 

  • Dated: AD 875
  • Found: 1874 in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England

An iron sword fragment and hilt were found near Abingdon in Oxfordshire in 1874. The decoration on the sword hilt indicates this was a high status weapon dating from around AD 875. The style of the guards and pommel (Peterson style L) also suggest the sword dates from the late 9th to 10th century.

The sword hilt forms one of the most important examples of the late Anglo-Saxon silversmith’s art. The hilt is decorated with six silver engraved mounts; the engraved ornament on the mounts is in the Trewhiddle style - named after finds made at Trewhiddle, Cornwall. This style combines engraving and inlay with niello (black sulphide of silver).

The upper and lower guards are curved and contain various interlaced designs, including birds, animal and human figures, and foliate patterns. The figures on the upper guard have been identified as the four symbols of the evangelists.

The style of leaf used next to the figure of the eagle on the upper guard has also been identified on early tenth century embroideries from Durham, on the back of the Alfred Jewel and a number of other objects dating to this period.

The pommel incorporates two outward-looking animal heads, with protruding ears and round eyes and nostrils, now fragmentary. The lower portion of the iron blade is missing, however X-rays of the sword show that the blade is pattern welded.

The sword was acquired by Sir John Evans and presented to the Ashmolean in 1890. It is on display in the ‘England 400-1600’ gallery on the second floor.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Ashmolean Museum

boardsenseless:

This killed me

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mad-hatter-with-a-box:

songofages:

kendronamore:

troylerkiss:

kendronamore:

Jfc is Canadia even real

I live in Canada and I’m not even sure.

60 notes in and no one has noticed that I spelled Canada wrong…nailed it

It’s ok the leader of our country also thinks its Canadia.

This land is a dream

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just-wanna-travel:

Emerald Lake, Canada

just-wanna-travel:

Emerald Lake, Canada

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