Film Student studying in the Leeds.
2nd Assistant Director of "The First Film" (UK Cinema's june 2014!)

 

http://peterguillam.co.vu/post/83128748699/so-there-was-a-bee-on-the-tube-and-it-was-flying

thecumbercollective:

SO THERE WAS A BEE ON THE TUBE AND IT WAS FLYING ABOUT LIKE ‘WOO I’M A BEE’ BUT EVERYONE WAS TERRIFIED OF THIS BEE AND ALL THE BEE WANTED TO DO WAS GET OFF THE TUBE AND WE WERE LIKE ‘NO BEE, THIS WAY’ AND WE GOT TO CHARING CROSS AND A WOMEN SWATTED THE BEE OFF THE TUBE AND THERE WAS A SILENT CHEER…

Have become a headrest….

Have become a headrest….

thecumbercollective:

it is the rule, you reblog and you add tags.

otherwise we won’t know what your inner thoughts are.

i n n e r t h o u g h t s

*heavy breathing*

teamladsximpala:

arthurkirklandofficial:

kyriankreep:

mollyiscoolokay:

The year is 3000, my great great great grand daughter isn’t fine at all and freddos are £4 each

#the dfs sale is still on though

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i dont know whats happening in this post

(Source: melrosedinerr)

jtotheizzoe:

generalelectric:

If Earth’s water were drained into a single drop, it would measure about 950 miles in diameter. Roughly three percent is fresh water, and just one-third of that is easily accessible. Meeting the growing need for water is a critical challenge. Many countries rely on desalination to produce fresh water, but current techniques are typically energy-intensive, using enough energy globally to power nearly seven million homes. That’s why today GE is launching an open innovation challenge to improve the energy efficiency of water desalination. Find out more about the challenge here. GIF by Julian Glander and based on data from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

GE you put that water back right now, you hear me? We need that.

jtotheizzoe:

generalelectric:

If Earth’s water were drained into a single drop, it would measure about 950 miles in diameter. Roughly three percent is fresh water, and just one-third of that is easily accessible. Meeting the growing need for water is a critical challenge. Many countries rely on desalination to produce fresh water, but current techniques are typically energy-intensive, using enough energy globally to power nearly seven million homes. That’s why today GE is launching an open innovation challenge to improve the energy efficiency of water desalination. Find out more about the challenge here. GIF by Julian Glander and based on data from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

GE you put that water back right now, you hear me? We need that.