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Bwanaschleuder

Mean, lean reblogging machine
Okt. 1 '14

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Okt. 1 '14
amydentata:

southern-feminism:

Inclusive children go far.

Kids are too smart for this school crap.

amydentata:

southern-feminism:

Inclusive children go far.

Kids are too smart for this school crap.

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Okt. 1 '14

mazeltoph:

how can we believe the dates written on historical documents when the other day i wrote january 2010 on one of my papers

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Okt. 1 '14
pleatedjeans:

Yay adulthood! [x]

pleatedjeans:

Yay adulthood! [x]

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Okt. 1 '14

allthe23yearolds:

so in her lifetime, a person with a vagina can lose about ten gallons of blood through her period.

that’s enough blood loss to die twenty times

people with vaginas are metal as fuck

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Okt. 1 '14

archiemcphee:

Bangkok-based photographer Visarute Angkatavanich (previously featured here) continues to take breathtaking photos of Siamese fighting fish, also known as betta fish. His fascination with their splendid, flowing fins and brilliant coloring is apparent in the extraordinarily detailed portraits he creates. The photos are so perfectly clear and close-up that it’s easy to forget the fish are underwater and not floating in midair.

Angkatavanich recently told Popular Photography that he only started photographing the fish after encountering them for the first time three years ago at a fish show and has since become obsessed with the different species which vary greatly in size, shape, and color patterns.

Head over to Visarute Angkatavanich’s 500px gallery to view more of his gorgeous betta portraits. Limited edition prints of his photos are currently available through La Lanta Fine Art.

[via Colossal]

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Okt. 1 '14
kidmograph:

DMND_LPS

kidmograph:

DMND_LPS

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Okt. 1 '14
Life is a storm. One minute you will bathe under the sun and the next you will be shattered upon the rocks. That’s when you shout, “Do your worst, for I will do mine!” and you will be remembered forever.
— Alexandre Dumas, The Count of Monte Cristo (via schatz-darling)

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Okt. 1 '14

Dammit Mother Nature: Giant Red Leech Swallows Worm Like A String Of Spaghetti

This is a video from the BBC of an unclassified giant leech from Borneo swallowing a 78cm (~31-inch) blue worm like a string of spaghetti. *making phone call* Hello, honey? Cancel the Italian dinner reservations for tonight, I’m not doing pasta again for awhile.
The Giant Red Leech is one of the biggest in the world. The specimen captured on camera was around 30cm long but experts believe they could grow larger.


They have grown so big that they no longer simply suck blood but now actively hunt giant blue worms and suck them down like spaghetti. The worm it is eating is a whopping 78cm.

The new footage shows the leech detecting a worm’s trail and following the scent like a sniffer dog.

When it encounters its prey it quickly latches on and moves its lips up and down the iridescent blue body.
“It was either searching for an end to grab, or was working out whether it was too big to eat” said documentary director Paul Williams.

"When it found an end it started to suck. It was incredible."

Mother Nature never ceases to amaze me. And by amaze me I mean make me sick to my stomach. I can’t even count how many interventions I’ve tried to hold for her, but every time I do she shows up with booze and gets me drunk and then my friends and family turn the whole things around on me. Clearly she’s smarter than she looks, and she looks like a talking willow tree, so she must be a f***ing genius.

(via Geekologie)

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