cosmicoyote
mechanicaltrees:

official-creepypasta:

#ThingsIWant

you know i see things like this a lot and i dont know, maybe im looking at a different zombie interpretation that other people but would a zombie recognize a house in the first place? dont they mostly operate on more animal-like senses, just looking for warmth or smell traces and sound?
provided something like this WOULD be helpful for warding off uninfected people looking to jack your supplies, but i almost always see stuff like this directed at zombie defense, not defense against other humans

mechanicaltrees:

official-creepypasta:

#ThingsIWant

you know i see things like this a lot and i dont know, maybe im looking at a different zombie interpretation that other people but would a zombie recognize a house in the first place? dont they mostly operate on more animal-like senses, just looking for warmth or smell traces and sound?

provided something like this WOULD be helpful for warding off uninfected people looking to jack your supplies, but i almost always see stuff like this directed at zombie defense, not defense against other humans

helianthus-rising

ginandjack:

project-argus:

ianbrooks:

Tea Chemistry Set by Art Lebedev

Adorned with a traditional Gzhel pattern, this porcelain chemistry set has been repurposed as a Russian tea set. The best kind of science is the type you can drink.

(via: yankodesign)

This set would look great on my bookshelf.

My inner mad alchemist/mad hatter/tea enthusiast all just came rushing to the forefront of my mind screaming “*YES!*”