Where am I?

Just a student from St. Petersburg, Russia.
Here will be reblogged fandom stuff and considerable amount of my screenshots.


How Ink is Made

(I left out a couple parts for clarity, where towards the end they add wax and fillers, though please watch the video. It’s beautifully shot and goes into more detail,..)

(plus it has epic orchestral music in the background which makes any learning experience more badass).

(via nanodash)

When people were in serious trouble they went to a witch.*

* Sometimes, of course, to say, “please stop doing it.

—Terry Pratchett, Carpe Jugulum (via gottaquoteit)

(via bobsytherabbit)


'The hole book' by Peter Newell. Published 1908 by Harper & Brothers, New York.

Description: While fooling with a gun, Tom Potts shoots a bullet that seems to be unstoppable. A hole on each page traces the bullet’s path.

See the complete book here and also it’s sequel, ‘The Rocket Book’, here.



This is a two-headed albino milksnake [x]. Each head has a brain and able to control over the shared body, causing difficulty in movement. Luckily, they shared the same stomach, snakes with separate stomachs will often fight and bite each other over the prey if one head has prey in its mouth.

In the wild, two-headed snake lifespan may be restricted significantly for they cannot escape predators well but despite this, two-headed snakes can lived up to 20 years in captivity.

Poor little guy.

Whoever said two heads are better than one is sneaking out of the aphorism convention right about now.