alwaysbealonewolf:

Omg laughed so hard

(via sandystormer)


roachpatrol:

kbourgerie:

Baby Raven

sorry, nope! i can’t quite tell how big the feet and beak are because of the perspective but that’s either a black chicken chick

or a baby virginia rail,

which are very frequently passed off as a baby crow or baby raven in baby photosets because baby corvids are hilariously fucked up looking

roachpatrol:

kbourgerie:

Baby Raven

sorry, nope! i can’t quite tell how big the feet and beak are because of the perspective but that’s either a black chicken chick

or a baby virginia rail,

which are very frequently passed off as a baby crow or baby raven in baby photosets because baby corvids are hilariously fucked up looking

(via mittromnimon)


roachpatrol:

megaansje:

Rocket

Cutest Guardian of the Galaxy

still completely blown away by how amazingly well done this little guy is—they gave him an incredibly expressive face without anthropomorphicising it one bit. he doesn’t have a shorter snout or bigger eyes or a more rounded forehead or anything, he looks exactly like a raccoon. but you can see every little irritated or devious or sad thought he has.

just… amazing. i want that animation team to win some fucking awards. 


the-disco-king:

here’s a tegu we ran into downtown last year

(via reptiliaherps)


eineblassewascherin:

some quick sketches from my new masterpiece

eineblassewascherin:

some quick sketches from my new masterpiece

(via vickybit)


What most people don’t know, that they should, is that practically every food you buy in a store for consumption by humans is genetically modified food. There are no wild seedless watermelons, there’s no wild cows, there’s no long-stem roses growing in the wild …

We have systematically genetically modified all the foods, the vegetables and animals, that we have eaten ever since we cultivated them. It’s called artificial selection. That’s how we genetically modify them. So now that we can do it in a lab, all of a sudden, you’re going to complain?

So we are creating and modifying the biology of the world to serve our needs. I don’t have a problem with that because we’ve been doing that for tens of thousands of years. So, chill out.


whackcalzone:

MY CAT DOESN’T FEEL WELL SO MY DAD IS SINGING TO HIM

whackcalzone:

MY CAT DOESN’T FEEL WELL SO MY DAD IS SINGING TO HIM

(via pine4pplecrush)


(via vickybit)


concretefemme:

look at this cop-hating suffragette kitty 

concretefemme:

look at this cop-hating suffragette kitty 

(via roachpatrol)


Q
I keep getting hit on via Facebook by this guy who played Shrek in a local production of Shrek the Musical and all his profile pics are of him as Shrek and I don't know how to feel about it
A

littleshrekthings:

deciding whether to become romantically entangled with shrek is a normal part of everyone’s life. confusing feelings during this time are healthy for all.


pizzaight:

shutsman:

WHAT SPORT IS THIS?

my sport

pizzaight:

shutsman:

WHAT SPORT IS THIS?

my sport

(via professorpizzaa)


applebeveragesaur:

milkpunk:

Doge was just a reincarnation of Lolcats. Peasant was a reincarnation of n00b. Screwing up emoticons is essentially just newfag can’t triforce again. Memes are cyclical. The resurrection of Rickrolling coincided with the resurrection of other old memes like ironically liking Shrek. The return of old memes is merely part of the natural evolution, until one day the master meme will rise from the shadows.

and then all your base will belong to him

(via sunnyflora)


mucholderthen:

5000 Wasps Spend the Night TogetherKeep those spare bedroom windows *shut*POSTED BY Matthew Cobb AT Why Evolution Is True blog

A couple in Winchester, England, had not been in their spare bedroom for several months. What they did not realise is that they had left the bedroom window open. In the intervening period, a wasp queen had come in and started to make a nest. The point of wasps (like the point of everything) being to make more wasps, that’s exactly what she did.

Pest Control worker John Birkett said:

“I thought ‘what a shame’, but I had a job to do and the client was terrified. Afterwards, the entire room was filled with dead wasps. It was like the apocalypse.”

Photo: M&Y 

mucholderthen:

5000 Wasps Spend the Night Together
Keep those spare bedroom windows *shut*
POSTED BY Matthew Cobb AT Why Evolution Is True blog

A couple in Winchester, England, had not been in their spare bedroom for several months. What they did not realise is that they had left the bedroom window open. In the intervening period, a wasp queen had come in and started to make a nest. The point of wasps (like the point of everything) being to make more wasps, that’s exactly what she did.

Pest Control worker John Birkett said:

“I thought ‘what a shame’, but I had a job to do and the client was terrified. Afterwards, the entire room was filled with dead wasps. It was like the apocalypse.”

Photo: M&Y 


(via mittromnimon)