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porramauricio:

PORRA, MAURICIO!!! TÁ QUERENDO DIZER QUE O NEYMAR É FOMINHA?!
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porramauricio:

PORRA, MAURICIO!!! TÁ QUERENDO DIZER QUE O NEYMAR É FOMINHA?!

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porramauricio:

PORRA, MAURICIO!!! PORRA, MARIA CEBOLINHA!!! TEM QUE VER QUE ELE JÁ TÁ TREINADO PELO BABACA, NÉ!!!
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porramauricio:

PORRA, MAURICIO!!! PORRA, MARIA CEBOLINHA!!! TEM QUE VER QUE ELE JÁ TÁ TREINADO PELO BABACA, NÉ!!!

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fuckyeahdementia:

Dogwight Schrute

fuckyeahdementia:

Dogwight Schrute

eriankh:

high by ~bommi

eriankh:

high by ~bommi

catupiry:

BBB ao vivo: CLIMÃO

catupiry:

BBB ao vivo: CLIMÃO

humoremgrafico:

E ai ? Qual o nome da música ?

humoremgrafico:

E ai ? Qual o nome da música ?

saposolteiro:

a saliva dá um brilho extra

saposolteiro:

a saliva dá um brilho extra

denverpost:

Monster solar spitball stars in cosmic forecast
Chuck Murphy writes: “It was a big day at the Space Weather Prediction  Center in Boulder because the scientists there once again nailed a  forecast, accurately predicting not only the arrival time of the big  plasma ball, give or take 30 minutes, but also the relatively modest  impact.“As physical scientist David Marshall of the center  explained, it is the equivalent of poking a hole in a basketball at one  end of a court and correctly forecasting when some of the expelled air  would hit the head of a pin at the other end.”
See more images of the recent solar flares

denverpost:

Monster solar spitball stars in cosmic forecast

Chuck Murphy writes: “It was a big day at the Space Weather Prediction Center in Boulder because the scientists there once again nailed a forecast, accurately predicting not only the arrival time of the big plasma ball, give or take 30 minutes, but also the relatively modest impact.

“As physical scientist David Marshall of the center explained, it is the equivalent of poking a hole in a basketball at one end of a court and correctly forecasting when some of the expelled air would hit the head of a pin at the other end.”

  • See more images of the recent solar flares