1. bigbigtruck:

empartridge:

adammuto:

No. 41

muto’s low-hanging fruit is the best low-hanging fruit

every morning

    bigbigtruck:

    empartridge:

    adammuto:

    No. 41

    muto’s low-hanging fruit is the best low-hanging fruit

    every morning

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  5. chickensandwich:

hey lil mama lemme whispa in ya ear

    chickensandwich:

    hey lil mama lemme whispa in ya ear

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  7. now hold up lets talk about geese

    supermegafoxyawesomehotnot:

    look

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    isn’t it adorable that’s a gosling, which is a baby goose, not the dude named ryan

    but see these fluffy little puffballs

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    aren’t they cute

    yeah

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    they’re really adorable up until the point when you realize they’re the SPAWN OF SATAN

    LOOK AT IT ALL GROWN UP

    IT HAS TEETH

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    THAT’S RIGHT, TEETH

    TEETH ON THEIR MOTHERFUCKING TONGUE

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    THIS THING WILL FUCK YOU UP

    THERE IS NO POINT IN RUNNING

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    THERE IS NO GOD DO YOU UNDERSTAND

    THERE IS

    NO

    GOD

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    1 year ago  /  Source: supermegafoxyawesomehotnot

  8. amateur-1314:

    lagondole:

    Okurie by Yosuke Tan

    WELP

    THAT QUICKLY TURNED INTO SOMETHING HORRIFYING

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    1 year ago  /  Source: from89

  9. archiemcphee:

    Brace yourselves, it’s time for another visit to the Department of Debilitatingly Awesome Cuteness as we meet Blossom the bat in Queensland, Australia:

    Blossom is a Blossom Bat who was rescued after a suspected cat attack and taken to Bat Conservation & Rescue Queensland where, if these photos are any indication, she was lovingly cared for by Louise Saunders.

    “Blossom Bats are nectar specialists which feed and groom themselves with the aid of their long tongues. They are known to hover in front of flowers as they forage and are important pollinators of many rainforest plants. A baby at the time of arrival, the little bat was fed a nectar mix recipe and the occasional milk formula. Blossom gradually gained weight and began to practice flying during the night. Often she would dart in and out of rooms and even hover above Louise as she slept before retiring to her little brown bag at dawn.”

    We’re pleased to report that the impossibly cute Blossom completely recovered and was eventually released back into the wild on Macleay Island in Queensland, Australia.

    Head over to ZooBorns to learn more about Blossom Bats and view even more photos (and video!) of Blossom.

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    1 year ago  /  Source: archiemcphee

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  11. octopuspiecomic:

    nosdrinker:

    i’ve never been happier in my entire life

    YEAH

    1 year ago  /  Source: adulthoodisokay

  12. sasstiel-sassbutt:

    arasellle:

    justheroverthere:

    I’m the person who knows their Hogwarts house but not their blood type

    I know mine. it’s

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    pureblood

    this post just got 209348451 times better okay

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  13. theartofanimation:

    Lalelu

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  15. theartofanimation:

    Jared Meuser

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