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Chambre du Commerce kiekmal

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Dear Diary,
My teen angst bullshit has a body count.

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My kitten laughs weird when you tickle him by JAY TUCKER HILL

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Elie Saab RTW S/S 14

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The 21 Most Ridiculous Infomercial GIFs

IM LAUGHING SO HARD at #6 omFG how do these people even survive

why would you even put an iron in a washing machine…

omg #9 is such an accurate representation of my life

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By Flickering Ability.

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Maybe Tom was trying to make this year a challenge. And if so he’s.. he’s succeeding.

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Reading Viaduct, Philadelphia

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Rooftoppers Secretly Climb 650-Meter-High Crane in Shanghai by Vitaly Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov | via

Russian photographers and adrenaline junkies Vitaly Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov, who are no strangers to traveling to the world’s towering skyscrapers and climbing them with absolutely no safety gear, have recently conquered the second tallest building in the world. The daredevil duo managed to gain access to China’s Shanghai Tower earlier this month, ascend the 650-meter-high structure, and take some incredible photos from their unique viewpoints.

As if rooftopping/skywalking and photographing from such great heights wasn’t enough, the two ventured off with the added pressure of sneaking into the construction site to scale the unfinished building while the city was busy celebrating the Chinese New Year. Raskalov says, “Aware of the strict Chinese law, we prepared carefully and picked an appropriate date, the Chinese New Year day. At that time the security was less watchful, workers were on vacations, and cranes did not work. We got to the crane at around midnight. It took us almost two hours to get on the 120th floor by foot. And also, we spend almost 18 hours on top of the building, sleeping and waiting for better weather.”

Watch their heart-pounding adventure in the video, below.

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No. Safety. Gear.

I didn’t know there was a video and I just watched it oh my fucking god, and at 2:50, ugh I want to do that I could watch people crawling on buildings/bridges/structures for hours

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