As old memories … Gundam cosplay in Italy. By Prizmatec Cosplay.
Alright, these are kinda adorable…
Much-MUCH better than sad, tortured, & unfortunate Wee Ones staring at the camera hopelessly. THIS might actually help THEM find homes too.
Some milk shakes after the movies with the bros. #shakeandbake #familia
#but honestly can we just talk about this scene for a second#because every single person around him thought he was useless in the army#because he was short and skinny and gangly and didnt look like the average army man#but when he hears ‘grenade’ he doesnt even hesitate#he jumps right on top of it to stop the blast from hurting anyone but him#he was literally going to die during training just because he wanted to protect everyone else#and if that doesnt scream captain america to you#i dont know what does (x)
I just remembered how hilarious it was to watch this shit on national television.
idk man I’m still worried about how will protect europe from the kaiser
This is the single most amazing thing I have ever seen [x]
I CAN’T COMPREHEND THIS MUCH SKILL
if the video and image isn’t reason enough to reblog, that comment should do it
BMW Kappa 100
by Soiatti Moto Classiche , Italy
We called it the Traveler, and its arrival changed us forever.
(by *dapple dapple)
BMW R75/6 CAFE RACER
"1970s-era BMW airheads respond well to the cafe racer treatment. But you don’t often see one with a mono-shock conversion. This cafe racer is a 1976 R75/6 owned by graphic designer Casey Wilkinson of the motorcycle-mad Wilkinson Brothers, and he spotted it at the AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days. Despite having 100,000 miles on the clock, Casey bought it, and started drawing up a racy profile for his new acqusition. He mocked up a subframe and swingarm with quarter-inch steel round bar, and shaped a new tailpiece with insulation foam board."
Read up on this beauty: http://www.bikeexif.com/bmw-r75-cafe-racer
HALF CINEMA CHEERED AND THE OTHER HALF WERE REALLY CONFUSED WHY WE WERE CHEERING