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dduane:

worclip:

Wooden Volkswagen Beetle by Momir Bojic

Images © REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

This beauty comes with a matching custom wooden shingle hat:

Bosnian retiree Momir Bojic spent two years creating a custom wooden Volkswagen Beetle from 50,000 pieces of oak. Not every piece of the Beetle could be done over with wood, such as the plastic in the head- and taillights. This view of the Beetle’s hood reveals that even the car’s side mirrors and windshield wipers have been done over in wood. Thousands of semi-circle-shaped pieces of oak make up the vehicle’s exterior and are designed to mimic the wood-tiled roofs of Bosnia.

Take note of the serious detail in the wooden taillight covers on this oak Beetle!

Awesomeness… 

(via jackofalltradesmasterofnonetruth)

aquariantides:

adulthood is just an endless stream of phone calls you don’t want to make but have to

(Source: princecapedouche, via takingheart)

There’s no other guy I’d rather work with. He’s amazing. Love the fella. 

(Source: hiddlesy, via inglourious-basterd)

nickdrake:

Malcolm in the Middle.

(via holaquerido)

georgiaochiefkeef:

"millions of flower petals erupt from a volcano, covering an entire village"

(Source: ghostparties, via thingssheloves)

Up to now, Sansa has been a piece that other people have moved about the board to achieve their own goals, using her, discarding her, using her for a different purpose, you know, ‘You’re gonna marry Joffrey.’ ‘No, you’re gonna marry Loras.’ ‘You’re gonna marry Tyrion.’ She is beginning to at least try to understand how she can play the game of thrones and be, not a piece, but a player with her own goals and moving other pieces around. And she’s not a warrior like Robb, Jon Snow. She’s not even a wild child like Arya. She can’t fight with swords, axes. She can’t raise armies. But she has her wits, the same as Littlefinger has.
– George R. R. Martin on Sansa in Episode 8 “The Mountain and the Viper” [x] (via rabidvalkyrie)

(Source: heathermacnascarea, via inglourious-basterd)

dduane:

worclip:

Wooden Volkswagen Beetle by Momir Bojic

Images © REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

This beauty comes with a matching custom wooden shingle hat:

Bosnian retiree Momir Bojic spent two years creating a custom wooden Volkswagen Beetle from 50,000 pieces of oak. Not every piece of the Beetle could be done over with wood, such as the plastic in the head- and taillights. This view of the Beetle’s hood reveals that even the car’s side mirrors and windshield wipers have been done over in wood. Thousands of semi-circle-shaped pieces of oak make up the vehicle’s exterior and are designed to mimic the wood-tiled roofs of Bosnia.

Take note of the serious detail in the wooden taillight covers on this oak Beetle!

Awesomeness… 

(via jackofalltradesmasterofnonetruth)

(Source: stereocolours, via takingheart)

aquariantides:

adulthood is just an endless stream of phone calls you don’t want to make but have to

(Source: princecapedouche, via takingheart)

There’s no other guy I’d rather work with. He’s amazing. Love the fella. 

(Source: hiddlesy, via inglourious-basterd)

nickdrake:

Malcolm in the Middle.

(via holaquerido)

georgiaochiefkeef:

"millions of flower petals erupt from a volcano, covering an entire village"

(Source: ghostparties, via thingssheloves)

Up to now, Sansa has been a piece that other people have moved about the board to achieve their own goals, using her, discarding her, using her for a different purpose, you know, ‘You’re gonna marry Joffrey.’ ‘No, you’re gonna marry Loras.’ ‘You’re gonna marry Tyrion.’ She is beginning to at least try to understand how she can play the game of thrones and be, not a piece, but a player with her own goals and moving other pieces around. And she’s not a warrior like Robb, Jon Snow. She’s not even a wild child like Arya. She can’t fight with swords, axes. She can’t raise armies. But she has her wits, the same as Littlefinger has.
– George R. R. Martin on Sansa in Episode 8 “The Mountain and the Viper” [x] (via rabidvalkyrie)

(Source: heathermacnascarea, via inglourious-basterd)

"Up to now, Sansa has been a piece that other people have moved about the board to achieve their own goals, using her, discarding her, using her for a different purpose, you know, ‘You’re gonna marry Joffrey.’ ‘No, you’re gonna marry Loras.’ ‘You’re gonna marry Tyrion.’ She is beginning to at least try to understand how she can play the game of thrones and be, not a piece, but a player with her own goals and moving other pieces around. And she’s not a warrior like Robb, Jon Snow. She’s not even a wild child like Arya. She can’t fight with swords, axes. She can’t raise armies. But she has her wits, the same as Littlefinger has."

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