Monday, January 6, 2014
eqiunox:

Hood Ornament by Max Waugh Photography

eqiunox:


Hood Ornament by Max Waugh Photography

Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
omg small happy friend

omg small happy friend

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Tuesday, October 15, 2013
facts-i-just-made-up:

Spontaneous Mutation:
A snake that grew bored with its life on the ground sprouted wings. This happens to about 1 in 500 snakes. Only about 1 in 3,000 of those will actually be able to fly.
Herpetologists are still unable to explain the willed generation of wings which can resemble bird wings, moth wings or even buffalo wings. The growth seems to be psychologically motivated and never happens to snakes ranking under a 17 on the Harrison Serpentine Depression Scale. The more dejected a snake becomes with its ground life though, the more likely it is to grow wings and fly away.
Snakes capable of flight often move quickly to a 1 or 2 on the HSDS and are considered the happiest snakes in the world (Excluding of course the Reticulated Norwegian Chocolate Guzzler). Flying snakes aren’t an entirely positive thing however, as airborne ophidians depart not only the surface but their proper place on the food chain. Most become drunk with power and begin eating birds and larger mammals. History records 14 human deaths in 2012 from anacondas in flight.
This is only half as many people as have died of nausea when “Anacondas” turned out to be their in-flight movie however, a disaster of cinema that lead to the ban on snakes on planes referenced by Samuel L. Jackson in his famous action film, “The Negotiator”.

wow i learned so much from this post, thank you

facts-i-just-made-up:

Spontaneous Mutation:

A snake that grew bored with its life on the ground sprouted wings. This happens to about 1 in 500 snakes. Only about 1 in 3,000 of those will actually be able to fly.

Herpetologists are still unable to explain the willed generation of wings which can resemble bird wings, moth wings or even buffalo wings. The growth seems to be psychologically motivated and never happens to snakes ranking under a 17 on the Harrison Serpentine Depression Scale. The more dejected a snake becomes with its ground life though, the more likely it is to grow wings and fly away.

Snakes capable of flight often move quickly to a 1 or 2 on the HSDS and are considered the happiest snakes in the world (Excluding of course the Reticulated Norwegian Chocolate Guzzler). Flying snakes aren’t an entirely positive thing however, as airborne ophidians depart not only the surface but their proper place on the food chain. Most become drunk with power and begin eating birds and larger mammals. History records 14 human deaths in 2012 from anacondas in flight.

This is only half as many people as have died of nausea when “Anacondas” turned out to be their in-flight movie however, a disaster of cinema that lead to the ban on snakes on planes referenced by Samuel L. Jackson in his famous action film, “The Negotiator”.

wow i learned so much from this post, thank you

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Sunday, October 13, 2013
yes-i-am-a-potato:

pointeblanck:

sebastianthegirl:

That’s so cute I want to cry

Think big, tiny dreamer.

you can do it.

yes-i-am-a-potato:

pointeblanck:

sebastianthegirl:

That’s so cute I want to cry

Think big, tiny dreamer.

you can do it.

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Tuesday, October 1, 2013
typhonatemybaby:

cosmicspacezombie:

malepartus:

birthdaycakesforanimals:

‘Krakatoa, a 75-pound, 7.5-foot long Komodo Dragon, celebrates his eighth birthday with fellow eight-year-olds from R.B. Hunt Elementary School at his enclosure at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park in St. Augustine, Fla. The children sang Happy Birthday to the large lizard as he was presented with a meat cake topped with mice.’

with other eight year olds

I’ve reblogged this picture before, and it never hit me up until this…
But someone walked into work that morning, clocked in, and was told it was their job to go put the birthday hat on the Komodo Dragon.

dude i bet they fucken FOUGHT  for the privilege of putting that hat on that dragon

typhonatemybaby:

cosmicspacezombie:

malepartus:

birthdaycakesforanimals:

‘Krakatoa, a 75-pound, 7.5-foot long Komodo Dragon, celebrates his eighth birthday with fellow eight-year-olds from R.B. Hunt Elementary School at his enclosure at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park in St. Augustine, Fla. The children sang Happy Birthday to the large lizard as he was presented with a meat cake topped with mice.’

with other eight year olds

I’ve reblogged this picture before, and it never hit me up until this…

But someone walked into work that morning, clocked in, and was told it was their job to go put the birthday hat on the Komodo Dragon.

dude i bet they fucken FOUGHT  for the privilege of putting that hat on that dragon

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013
cyningas:

just letting u all know im still perlman and ill never stop

cyningas:

just letting u all know im still perlman and ill never stop

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Friday, September 20, 2013

I’m always into any outfit that makes you look like an alien lizard-bug warrior queen, so naturally this show was A++ from my perspective. The crushed glass mosaics looked so sharp that they might easily have been made from actual crushed glass, while the neat silhouettes and simple hair/makeup balanced out the busy appearance of the fabrics. Also, I love the way Ford managed to make a bunch of tough-looking leather outfits that didn’t reference aviator jackets or (shudder) “biker chic”. When is someone gonna hire this guy to costume a sci-fi movie? — Spring 2014: Ralph Lauren, Theyskens’ Theory, Duro Olowu and Tom Ford.

Saturday, May 11, 2013
rpgmaker:

thatbatterisaspy:

hairandbeardkommando:

punks not dead

Heosemys spinosa is an endangered species. 

punks almost dead

rpgmaker:

thatbatterisaspy:

hairandbeardkommando:

punks not dead

Heosemys spinosa is an endangered species.

punks almost dead

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Tuesday, March 19, 2013
waxjism:

tastetate:

dirk-strider-rider:

camiekahle:

themooncakethief:

marcelxo:

Satanic Leaf-Tailed Gecko

Dragons

SATANIC OMG

I want one, I shall name him…Gex

It’s Spyro though.

 tho.

but why did u photoshop out the wings in the 2nd picture

waxjism:

tastetate:

dirk-strider-rider:

camiekahle:

themooncakethief:

marcelxo:

Satanic Leaf-Tailed Gecko

Dragons

SATANIC OMG

I want one, I shall name him…Gex

It’s Spyro though.

image tho.

but why did u photoshop out the wings in the 2nd picture

(Source: marcelxo)