Too late?. . Lit viii) maimi' lil! ! You were barman early. You' ll new . i... the galaxy. It's not too late to explore OP's Anus....
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#91 - facedodge (09/08/2011) [+] (1 reply)
It's not too late to explore OP's Anus....
#90 - jaytothap (09/08/2011) [-]
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#109 - twasmelool (09/08/2011) [+] (3 replies)
now for some more exploring of a funner kind.
#138 - ColorfulPenguin ONLINE (09/08/2011) [-]
But we ARE exploring the galaxy! WITH TELESCOPES!
#1 - lamarss (09/07/2011) [-]
#2 - doctorunplugged (09/07/2011) [-]
aaawwwwww yeaaa!
User avatar #144 - mcmanybucks (09/08/2011) [+] (1 reply)
90's kids, we rule the world now and it is our job to make our kids feel the same happiness we had <3 lets kill justin beiber!
#113 - millzz (09/08/2011) [-]
I.. I explored that world :')
I.. I explored that world :')
#32 - michaelz (09/08/2011) [+] (1 reply)
I love A Boy Named Sue!
I love A Boy Named Sue!
#134 - mazlum ONLINE (09/08/2011) [+] (1 reply)
in 20 years i will look back at this and laugh while beein ing my virtual reality with my ditto
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User avatar #85 - TheAssassin (09/08/2011) [+] (1 reply)
You were born in the early nineties, when rap was on the cusp of greatness, when Ash roamed the land full of GOOD and INTERESTING pokemon, when late nights featured old cartoons, not **** like Tim and Eric, when pop stars had talent, when the n64 was a hot new item.

before Bieber, before autotune, before blood on the dance floor, before casual gaming, before jersey shore, before god awful children's shows [MLP:FiM notwithstanding].

You are a child of the nineties, and your childhood will remain unparalleled by all those that follow.
#18 - lightarcanine (09/08/2011) [+] (71 replies)
**lightarcanine rolls 363**
#79 to #78 - thundafangs (09/08/2011) [-]
WTF is this a tampon
#105 - anonexplains (09/08/2011) [+] (4 replies)
Very little and mostly on the surface - where we have explored the deeps, this has been in a few selected instances. I think David Attenborough on the Blue Planet explained that we know more about the surface of the moon than we do about the deep ocean trenches .

I am sure that we have barely scratched the surface of what is down there. One estimate I found is that we have explored 5% of the world's oceans.

The site below is a good place to start (by the son of the famous diver Jacques Cousteau).
#111 to #105 - slantal (09/08/2011) [-]
if we continue to explore the ocean we will eventually find the kraken,leviathan, or cthulhu... we are so screwed
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User avatar #56 - Girondins ONLINE (09/08/2011) [+] (1 reply)
Skipped because i thought it was a repost.
But luckily i saw the last picture just in time, so i had to go back again :(
#3 - polofrag (09/07/2011) [+] (2 replies)
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