Photo 23 Apr 32,388 notes englishdub:

Professor Oak please stop there are children watching this show

englishdub:

Professor Oak please stop there are children watching this show

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Chat 21 Apr 106,427 notes I still wonder what happened to the rest of the world in The Hunger Games
  •  Do they still have meetings and stuff?
  • France: Anyone heard from America lately?
  • Mexico: Same old, same old. They're still sending out children to fight to the death in a reality show.
  • UK: Shouldn't we do something about that?
  • China: Just leave them, at least they're not annoying us.
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Text 21 Apr 482,128 notes

thegirldetective:

beyonceforbreakfast:

mallomallo:

gloomyteens:

gloomyteens:

when you feel your clothes fresh out of the oven

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OKAY SO I REALIZED I USED OVEN INSTEAD OF DISHWASHER BUT I KINDA FORGOT WHAT IT WAS CALLED AND USED THE NEXT BEST GUESS I COULD THINK OF

It’s called a washing machine

i think its a dryer like who would be feeling wet ass clothes

this post is a fucking train wreck

Photo 21 Apr 1,090 notes
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Video 21 Apr 1,663 notes

fluffy-n-cute:

Please support REST (Rare & Endangered Species Trust) Africa! Make a donation so they can continue to help amazing creatures like this baby Pangolin! Photo Credit: © Christian Boix

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Photo 21 Apr 1,263 notes littlequeenofspades:

ah baby pangolin ♥

littlequeenofspades:

ah baby pangolin ♥

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Text 20 Apr 106,247 notes

baitnswitchblade:

chainsandshipsexciteme:

sexting-derek-hale:

mynerdinessoverwhelmsme:

sexting-derek-hale:

Wait do American people not call their friends mate?? Is this a thing???

Yup. I’m sure some do but mostly people just say friend. Which is boring but whatever.

Wait so you go up to your friends and be like “Hello friend.”

we use names

Photo 20 Apr 1,263 notes littlequeenofspades:

ah baby pangolin ♥

littlequeenofspades:

ah baby pangolin ♥

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Video 20 Apr 1,663 notes

fluffy-n-cute:

Please support REST (Rare & Endangered Species Trust) Africa! Make a donation so they can continue to help amazing creatures like this baby Pangolin! Photo Credit: © Christian Boix

Photo 20 Apr 1,090 notes
Photo 20 Apr 5,411 notes libutron:

Pangolin by BTphotographic on Flickr.
A través de Flickr: A beautifully rare animal found in the African bush, the pangolin is covered in scale-like armor. Taken on Karongwe Private Game Reserve, South Africa

libutron:

Pangolin by BTphotographic on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
A beautifully rare animal found in the African bush, the pangolin is covered in scale-like armor. Taken on Karongwe Private Game Reserve, South Africa

Photo 20 Apr 11,156 notes stuckinabucket:

It’s Pangolin Appreciation Day again!
That’s right, motherfuckers.  This is a thing now.
Pangolins are little mammals who can be anywhere from one to three feet long.  They look like this.

Those scales are made of keratin (see also, fingernails, hooves, antlers, horns, etc.), and they make up 20% of the pangolin’s body weight.  Baby pangolins’ scales are soft, but adults’ are hard and have sharp edges.  When they’re threatened, they roll up into a ball like so.

This usually results in some fairly irritated predators.

Pangolins don’t have any teeth.  Instead of teeth, they have completely ridiculous tongues, with which they slurp up insects once they find a colony.  They can stick those honking things out over a foot, and they’re anchored in their chests (giant anteaters’ tongues also have this adaptation; those suckers are anchored to their fucking sternums, guys).

They can secrete a skunk-like musk as a defense mechanism, but they can’t spray it.
They can swim!

They use their mammoth fuck-off foreclaws to rip open termite mounds and insect colonies inside trees.  Because they’re so huge and non-retractable, pangolins don’t walk on their front feet.  They balance and shuffle along on their hind legs, so they always look like Montgomery Burns when they’re on the go.

Tree pangolins can use those claws to rip open insect colonies while hanging from their fucking tails from a fucking tree.  Basically, they’re armor-plated ninjas who can’t be disarmed and might give you a savage long-distance licking into the bargain.  Behold!

That pangolin thinks you’re just there for her to hang off of.  
That pangolin is right.  You are also there for her to perch on.

In conclusion, pangolins are awesome.

stuckinabucket:

It’s Pangolin Appreciation Day again!

That’s right, motherfuckers.  This is a thing now.

Pangolins are little mammals who can be anywhere from one to three feet long.  They look like this.

image

Those scales are made of keratin (see also, fingernails, hooves, antlers, horns, etc.), and they make up 20% of the pangolin’s body weight.  Baby pangolins’ scales are soft, but adults’ are hard and have sharp edges.  When they’re threatened, they roll up into a ball like so.

image

This usually results in some fairly irritated predators.

image

Pangolins don’t have any teeth.  Instead of teeth, they have completely ridiculous tongues, with which they slurp up insects once they find a colony.  They can stick those honking things out over a foot, and they’re anchored in their chests (giant anteaters’ tongues also have this adaptation; those suckers are anchored to their fucking sternums, guys).

image

They can secrete a skunk-like musk as a defense mechanism, but they can’t spray it.

They can swim!

image

They use their mammoth fuck-off foreclaws to rip open termite mounds and insect colonies inside trees.  Because they’re so huge and non-retractable, pangolins don’t walk on their front feet.  They balance and shuffle along on their hind legs, so they always look like Montgomery Burns when they’re on the go.

image

Tree pangolins can use those claws to rip open insect colonies while hanging from their fucking tails from a fucking tree.  Basically, they’re armor-plated ninjas who can’t be disarmed and might give you a savage long-distance licking into the bargain.  Behold!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/sdzooglobal/6349367014/sizes/o/in/photostream/

That pangolin thinks you’re just there for her to hang off of.  

That pangolin is right.  You are also there for her to perch on.

image

In conclusion, pangolins are awesome.


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