Thursday, June 12, 2014
130186:

Armani Privé S/S 2012

130186:

Armani Privé S/S 2012

Monday, June 9, 2014
grandmagrass:

here a woman starts picking the ripe chameleons off of the chameleon tree

grandmagrass:

here a woman starts picking the ripe chameleons off of the chameleon tree

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Tuesday, May 13, 2014
alantutorial:

look at how dope armadillo lizard skulls are

alantutorial:

look at how dope armadillo lizard skulls are

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

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Wednesday, April 30, 2014 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

(Source: bangbangmandown)

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

(Source: malformalady)

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.

(Source: tastefullyoffensive)