hamcheese35x:

titsnriffs:

This would be my reaction

Lmfao, yes.

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magwyn:

*talks about u behind ur back but in a supportive way about how cool u are and how much i love u*

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learnhowtoadult:

huffingtonpost:

This Man With Severe Cerebral Palsy Created Mind-Blowing Art Using Just A Typewriter

Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.

See the full video to see more of Smith’s artworks and to learn more about his inspiring story go here. 

Beautiful.

- Mike

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smartgirlsattheparty:

Submission from our Facebook Page: That answer came from a Smart Girl First Grader :)


Leslie Knope approves, and wants her to know that she doesn’t have to wait to “grow up” to be a warrior!
Queen of all she surveys, enemies of fairness and equality will hear her womanly roar! Yahhhh! 
Smart Girls, you’re freaking awesome. 

smartgirlsattheparty:

Submission from our Facebook PageThat answer came from a Smart Girl First Grader :)

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Leslie Knope approves, and wants her to know that she doesn’t have to wait to “grow up” to be a warrior!

Queen of all she surveys, enemies of fairness and equality will hear her womanly roar! Yahhhh! 

Smart Girls, you’re freaking awesome. 

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kqedscience:

Fantastically Wrong: Why People Used to Think Beavers Bit Off Their Own Testicles
“Ah, the thrill of the hunt. The trusty hounds at your side, howling and panting and dragging you toward your quarry: a lumbering beaver not accustomed to moving on land. You close in. You raise your spear. The beaver suddenly stops, looks over its shoulder at you, and lifts a back leg. It bears its teeth, stares you right in the eye, and proceeds to chew off its own testicles. Then it throws them at you.
Perhaps a bit taken aback by this gesture, you let it scurry away sans gonads, because a medieval hunter like you is only after the precious oil, known as castoreum, those organs bear. The beaver has quite cleverly just saved its own life.
Or at least according to any number of medieval bestiaries, often gorgeously illustrated tomes that cataloged nature’s critters—the real, the totally imagined, or the slightly embellished.”
Read more from wired.

kqedscience:

Fantastically Wrong: Why People Used to Think Beavers Bit Off Their Own Testicles

Ah, the thrill of the hunt. The trusty hounds at your side, howling and panting and dragging you toward your quarry: a lumbering beaver not accustomed to moving on land. You close in. You raise your spear. The beaver suddenly stops, looks over its shoulder at you, and lifts a back leg. It bears its teeth, stares you right in the eye, and proceeds to chew off its own testicles. Then it throws them at you.

Perhaps a bit taken aback by this gesture, you let it scurry away sans gonads, because a medieval hunter like you is only after the precious oil, known as castoreum, those organs bear. The beaver has quite cleverly just saved its own life.

Or at least according to any number of medieval bestiaries, often gorgeously illustrated tomes that cataloged nature’s critters—the real, the totally imagined, or the slightly embellished.”

Read more from wired.

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impalagotdabooty:

this is my favorite thing

impalagotdabooty:

this is my favorite thing

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jaclcfrost:

sleep with me so i can put my freezing feet on you and probably take all of the covers and use you as a pillow

Anonymous said: you and Kate remind me so so much of Jim and Pam. Y'all are my favs.

This is the greatest compliment so thank you, thank you, thank you

princelesscomic:

guyalice:

bluedogeyes:

Princeless – Book One: Save Yourself (2012)

Story: Jeremy Whitley , art: M. Goodwin

Avaliable at comixology / amazon

Go get Princeless. This is your last chance before I go over to your house and destroy all your X-books

Keep a copy of Princeless close by at all times just in case. X books are everywhere.

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