Posted 1 week ago
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noobtheloser:

They’re endangered.

Posted 1 week ago
breadprincess:

gold-star-4-trying:

In case you were feeling sad.

This is the third time I’ve reblogged this today and I DON’T EVEN CARE

breadprincess:

gold-star-4-trying:

In case you were feeling sad.

This is the third time I’ve reblogged this today and I DON’T EVEN CARE

Posted 1 week ago

artsfantasia:

Allegro by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law

A World of Fantasy)

Posted 1 week ago

tastefullyoffensive:

Show us the meaning of haste, Shadowpig! [x]

Posted 1 month ago

wnycradiolab:

National Geographic “Pictures We Love”

When David Guttenfelder showed us the pictures he shot for “Last Song for Migrating Birds,” a story about how poachers coat tree branches with glue to trap migrating songbirds, I was horrified.

Who would want to eat a sweet little oriole? And how could there possibly be enough meat to make the effort worthwhile? It would be one thing if people need the birds to subsist, but that’s mostly not the case­­. These birds are considered delicacies that people pay a lot of money for.

So when David projected this image of a man with the wing of a blackcap in his lips, I braced myself for a gruesome story about how the man ate the bird live. Instead, David told us, the man was actually a conservationist sucking the sticky sap from the wings of a bird that had been stuck in a glue trap.

Posted 1 month ago

two-browngirls:

TWO-BROWNGIRLS : TWO-FAITHS

While both of us were studying at University, we came across this post by Dora Dalila,which inspired us to think about how our own friendship stretches across two faiths. 

Centuries of tension have existed between Muslims and Sikhs; whether we look at Mughal history, 20th Century partition or even modern day media headlines, there seems to be a constant fuel added to the fire between both of our religious communities.

Throughout University we both started to look deeper into our own faiths and had endless discussions with each other about God, religion etc. Through this dialogue we learnt how our faiths are clearly unique but also how they share numerous similarities too.

 We don’t agree on everything, but our mutual respect for each other’s opinion proves the possibility of sharing a strong bond with someone who holds different beliefs. It also taught us the importance of a fresh perspective on what religion and spirituality really is.

Remember: We are not undermining or dismissing the shared history of bloodshed between Sikhs and Muslims. But its important we do not let this history prevent a healthy dialogue between both of our communities. This will allow us to tackle existing issues much better than if we are constantly working against each-other, fuelling hatred and racism.

We hope you enjoy this little photo-set that shows that we may do things differently, but ultimately we’re the same.

 - A&S x 

Posted 1 month ago
People don’t change. Their priorities do.
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Posted 1 month ago

animaglacialis:

itsa-me-amelie:

verceri:

verceri:

sniperj0e:

sniperj0e:

ok but what if like. werewolves transform under the full moon but theres just this one and by day hes a big tough guy and then when he transforms hes a tiny dog. just fucking. just fucking turns into the tiniest, fluffiest dog

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imagine that howling at the moon

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imagine

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Truly a ferocious predator.

And lastly: (He’s the pack leader obviously)

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the big wolves are his younger sisters

oh my fucking god it got better

Posted 1 month ago

ladyofoverwood:

anidorikildra:

prettylittlefitblr:

girlwiththegoldencrown:

thiscallsforphilosophy:

Some motivation from the doctor.

I definitely needed this right now!

I was actually doing homework, love this!

I have a math test tomorrow. I needed it.

hehehe all i can think is “wig”

Posted 1 month ago
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rlyhigh:

licklucifer:

you know, lady stuff

omfg

(Source: extraterrestrialfox)

Posted 1 month ago
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iguanamouth:

WHERE are they getting this stuff !!

Posted 1 month ago