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topgearmag:

The new Peugeot 308
"It’s a nice drive, but perhaps one for those who put refinement and ride quality over driving dynamics. Prices are expected to start from £14,500 - our 1.6-litre 155bhp petrol test car was approximately £20,000."

topgearmag:

The new Peugeot 308

"It’s a nice drive, but perhaps one for those who put refinement and ride quality over driving dynamics. Prices are expected to start from £14,500 - our 1.6-litre 155bhp petrol test car was approximately £20,000."

So much effort to be noticed, when in truth I don’t want to be.

Guess the devil’s showing the signs to hell for me

Guess the devil’s showing the signs to hell for me

Reblogged from kangalex
Reblogged from futbolintellect
futbolintellect:

“Bergkamp’s a waste of money.” 

futbolintellect:

“Bergkamp’s a waste of money.” 

Smiles all around with @avanishrajan :D (at Teluk Bahang Beach)

Smiles all around with @avanishrajan :D (at Teluk Bahang Beach)

Reblogged from notebooktwitter
notebooktwitter:

You’re weird… I like you.

notebooktwitter:

You’re weird… I like you.

Reblogged from notebooktwitter
notebooktwitter:

Call me old fashioned, but I actually take relationships seriously… 

notebooktwitter:

Call me old fashioned, but I actually take relationships seriously… 

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Photos: Thunderstorm Squall Lines in Malaysia

instagram:

Yesterday, a series of heavy thunderstorms passed through East Malaysia, resulting in some truly stunning Instagram photos of the storm’s squall lines.

Squall lines are clouds shaped by violent gusts of wind, and can be nearly 100 miles long. In Malaysia, they are often seen during the southwest monsoon season.

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Photos: Thunderstorm Squall Lines in Malaysia

instagram:

Yesterday, a series of heavy thunderstorms passed through East Malaysia, resulting in some truly stunning Instagram photos of the storm’s squall lines.

Squall lines are clouds shaped by violent gusts of wind, and can be nearly 100 miles long. In Malaysia, they are often seen during the southwest monsoon season.