pizza-queen:

This though^

I know Pam better than anyone in this office and obviously she’s gone crazy, but everyone wants to say that I’m crazy. But I’m not crazy, she’s crazy. I’m not crazy, she’s crazy!

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The best piece of advice I ever received

joshsundquist:

fishingboatproceeds:

came from my friend Lindsay Robertson: “If you’re gonna be a band, make sure it’s called The Yaysayers.”

So true.

Snark is a powerful currency on the internet. And the three C’s of cynicism, criticism, and complaining are easy ways to score cheap points on social media.

But if we don’t take the time to unironically celebrate the things we are genuinely enthusiastic about, then what’s the point of all this?

As fishingboatproceeds previously said:

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ladykatiekay:

allofmylovetess:

thedailylaughs:

daddysplaydoll:

saladofrob:

dawwwwwww he/she thinks they’re people

This is so cute omg

But what if its a cat that used to be human but it was turned into a cat by a curse or spell or something

go to bed

McGonagall after a hard day of dealing with magical youngins

ladykatiekay:

allofmylovetess:

thedailylaughs:

daddysplaydoll:

saladofrob:

dawwwwwww he/she thinks they’re people

This is so cute omg

But what if its a cat that used to be human but it was turned into a cat by a curse or spell or something

go to bed

McGonagall after a hard day of dealing with magical youngins

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nettosan:

datademon:

damn-arrows:

caffensis:

revyas:

I like it when cats settle down and it looks like they don’t have any limbs

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they’re slugs

…and if you ever wondered what they look like from underneath when doing that:

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This is important

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skunkbear:

Read or listen to the whole story (from Christopher Joyce).

Image Credits:

  • Top two archive photos courtesy of the Museum of the Rockies
  • Middle two: Jason Thompson for NPR
  • Last two: Maggie Starbard/NPR
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ferrari-official:

The 60’s saw Ferrari produce some small series of super luxury Ferraris. A star was the 500 Superfast, of which just 36 were made, and the 365 California Spider in 14 examples, together with the 275 GTS/4 NART Spider, the rarest of this trio with only 10 produced.

ferrari-official:

The 60’s saw Ferrari produce some small series of super luxury Ferraris. A star was the 500 Superfast, of which just 36 were made, and the 365 California Spider in 14 examples, together with the 275 GTS/4 NART Spider, the rarest of this trio with only 10 produced.

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druggiefresh:

the stupidest thing ive ever done was expect a kleptomaniac to understand my jokes. dude took everything literally.