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stapler-san

just your average weeb
stapler/staplers/staplerself :^)

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give-a-fuck-about-nature:

There’s little that polar bears can do but try to adapt to a harsher environment—but there’s so much more that we humans can do. And it starts with you and me www.edf.org/ohq

give-a-fuck-about-nature:

There’s little that polar bears can do but try to adapt to a harsher environment—but there’s so much more that we humans can do. And it starts with you and me www.edf.org/ohq

cetaphil:

3/25/14
Nano Tank(s) update. 

magicalnaturetour:

A rutting stag looms out of the mist during the sunrise in Richmond Park, London
Picture: Adrian Moysey/News Dog Media

magicalnaturetour:

A rutting stag looms out of the mist during the sunrise in Richmond Park, London

Picture: Adrian Moysey/News Dog Media

wolves-whales-and-waves:

52 Colorized Historical Photos That Will BLOW YOUR MIND!
(these were a few of my favorites, put in chronological order!)

  1. Samurai Training - 1860
  2. Lincoln & Soldiers - 1862
  3. Madison Square Park - 1900
  4. Red Hawk of the Oglala Sioux Tribe - 1905
  5. Lady Ice Delivery - 1918
  6. Einstein - 1921
  7. Hindenburg Blimp Disaster - 1937
  8. Easter Eggs for Hitler - WWII (unsure of date, so could have been any time between 1932 - 1945)
  9. Country Store - 1939
  10. Clint Eastwood - 1962 (dude he was a babe!!)

#8 is apparently sometime in March, 1945.

PSAT 2014: A Haiku By Me

damnwhatsherurl:

crimson leaves falling

you cannot leash a dolphin

feel the grand canyon

baby: d-d-d

parents: Daddy?

baby: D̲̪̩͉͗͒̍̊ͯͨẼ̂҉͈̪͔̺ͅS̽̌ͫ̇̔͏̻͔̫̬̰͈́ͅT̢̤͍̘͈̘̜̼͋̈́ͩ͑͋͗ͅR͍̭̬͈ͨͤͬ͗̑ͩ̄̉́͠ͅOͤ̀͏̻̞̬̼͓̯͇͜ͅY̡̡͚̺͒ͪͣ͑̏ ̛̯̥̮͈͖̌̊̀̑͂ͣͨ͠T̡̥̭̠͆̈̍H͚̻͉̤͚̥̑ͣ͢Ĕ̵̘̲̻̘̦̏ͨ͆̊̾͗͆͞ ̶̷̭̥̭̾̐ͬͧ̾T͔̫͖̮̂͆ͦͪ̈́͡E̻̘̯̹̰͓̊ͫ̏ͫͮͭ̉̅ͅS̷̵̯̻͂̐T̷̳̙͍̺̘̟̭̲͋ͤ̈́


dynamicoceans:

Christmas tree worms

The colorful plumes, or tentacles, are used for passive feeding on suspended food particles and plankton in the water. The plumes are also used for respiration. Though the plumes are visible, most of these worms are anchored in their burrows that they bore into live calcareous coral. Christmas tree worms are very sensitive to disturbances and will rapidly retract into their burrows at the slightest touch or passing shadow. They typically re-emerge a minute later, very slowly, to test the water before fully extending their plumes.

Source Video

darbroy:

in america we dont say ‘i love you’ we say ‘woof’ which translates to ‘crimson leaves, falling’ and i think thats beautiful

candyredterezii:

"Please write the following statement in cursive"

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