Video 15 Sep 10,170 notes

notnadia:

That’s the show

That’s it

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  • Me: But
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Video 14 Sep 456,910 notes

lazlo15:

10knotes:

omfg that is just too adorable

i can show you the world

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Photo 10 May 11 notes iamcooley:

FRACK YEAH! Such cute little squished raptors. (I did not draw this one, art by isismasshiro.)

iamcooley:

FRACK YEAH! Such cute little squished raptors.
(I did not draw this one, art by isismasshiro.)

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Photo 9 May 896 notes givemeinternet:

The best cosplay I’ve ever seen.

givemeinternet:

The best cosplay I’ve ever seen.

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Video 8 May 575,752 notes

superduperfitblr:

kendrawcandraw:

Stop sexualizing my body stop shaming my body stop policing my body

holy shit this is perfect. spread this like wildfire!

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Photo 3 May 2,284 notes forestferncreations:

featherandmoss:

There’s some kind of magic inside all books. But certain books have more magic than others…

F0rever rebl0g.

forestferncreations:

featherandmoss:

There’s some kind of magic inside all books. But certain books have more magic than others…

F0rever rebl0g.

Photo 2 May 312 notes naturepunk:

mentalflossr:

10 Interesting Things About Great Britain
Officially, the Queen owns all of the mute swans along the Thames River. But determining just how many birds are in Her Majesty’s flock takes work. So, every July, the royal family conducts a “Swan Upping,” when an armada of skiffs row up the Thames looking for baby swans. When the rowers spot them, they shout, “All up!” and get into formation surrounding the tiny birds. Then the swans are meticulously examined, weighed, measured, and banded by the Queen’s Swan Warden, a Professor of Ornithology at the University of Oxford’s Department of Zoology.

I have witnessed this take place and it is one of the most amusing things I’ve ever seen. 

naturepunk:

mentalflossr:

10 Interesting Things About Great Britain

Officially, the Queen owns all of the mute swans along the Thames River. But determining just how many birds are in Her Majesty’s flock takes work. So, every July, the royal family conducts a “Swan Upping,” when an armada of skiffs row up the Thames looking for baby swans. When the rowers spot them, they shout, “All up!” and get into formation surrounding the tiny birds. Then the swans are meticulously examined, weighed, measured, and banded by the Queen’s Swan Warden, a Professor of Ornithology at the University of Oxford’s Department of Zoology.

I have witnessed this take place and it is one of the most amusing things I’ve ever seen. 

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today my mom laughed for 30 minutes about this

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