stars

Stars shine brightly, just like you! These luminous balls of gas are just scintillating and marvelous in the night sky, and even in picture. So if you want all the wholesome and funny puns and memes that can come from these astronomically-oriented bodies, look no further.

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Awkward Moments People had with Celebrities

Seeing a star in person can have the effect of making you the stupidest person on the planet. Like, what do you say to a movie star if you're awkwardly blocking their way on an airplane? Seeing someone in person that you've seen in a movie, even someone you may not even particularly like, creates a scenario that most people just don't know how to deal with.

Twitter stories of awkward moments people had with stars | tweet by TheChangeU12C few years ago there period about 2 months where randomly ran into Whoopi Goldberg 3 different times various parts NYC first time she smiled at 2nd time she looked slightly confused 3rd time she looked slightly alarmed
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22 Celebrity Doppelgängers to Make You Double-Take Around the Globe

"Is that George Clooney? Oh wait, no, he's a Moldovan plumber." It makes the world feel pretty small to see someone from a rural town somewhere in central Asia who looks like your favorite sitcom character. For more images guaranteed to make you double-take, here are some mind-bending images of crazy perspective.

celebrity lookalikes jeff goldblum and indian man
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A dude named Floyd Lloyd put an amazing amount of effort into tracking down tv and movie stars just so that they could say "Floyd Lloyd Rocks." He then compiled his efforts into this handy supercut. There's Ozzy Osbourne, Roger Ebert, Quentin Tarantino and like 50 more. It seems like Floyd Lloyd does, in fact, rock.

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that is a whole lot of galaxies
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Via NASA:

Almost every object in the above photograph is a galaxy. The Coma Cluster of Galaxies pictured above is one of the densest clusters known - it contains thousands of galaxies. Each of these galaxies houses billions of stars - just as our own Milky Way Galaxy does. Although nearby when compared to most other clusters, light from the Coma Cluster still takes hundreds of millions of years to reach us. In fact, the Coma Cluster is so big it takes light millions of years just to go from one side to the other! The above mosaic of images of a small portion of Coma was taken in unprecedented detail in 2006 by the Hubble Space Telescope to investigate how galaxies in rich clusters form and evolve. Most galaxies in Coma and other clusters are ellipticals, although some imaged here are clearly spirals. The spiral galaxy on the upper left of the above image can also be found as one of the bluer galaxies on the upper left of this wider field image. In the background thousands of unrelated galaxies are visible far across the universe.
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arm tattoos butterflies stars - 7333455104
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I suspect the convo with the tattoo "artist" went like this: "Yeah can I get some really low quality tribal across my wrist, some "stars" to fill in the whole thing, the writing has to be badly done and off center and one name should be upside down, obviously! Also can you morph the "y" in "Mayer" into a & symbol? Genius, I know! Oh and how about you throw in a butterfly to really top it all off. I don't want it to be too plain. Gotta get my $20 worth on this bad boy. Thanks!"

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