tastefullyoffensive:

How do cats even work? [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

How do cats even work? [x]

Reblogged from tastefullyoffensive, 9,718 notes, June 11, 2014

smaugchiefestofcalamities:

feeling sad? Here is a picture of Peter Dinklage holding his baby: image

Reblogged from makingfunofthestarks, 151,470 notes, June 9, 2014

etitaporro:

The Archer of the Rose, Donato Giancola.

etitaporro:

The Archer of the Rose, Donato Giancola.

Reblogged from etitaporro, 1,625 notes, June 9, 2014

(Source: stumbleupon.com)

Reblogged from thefrogman, 119,056 notes, June 7, 2014

Heart-shaped #cherries bigger than my thumbs. And oh so sweet 🍒❤️💋

Heart-shaped #cherries bigger than my thumbs. And oh so sweet 🍒❤️💋

0 notes, June 3, 2014

Warnings in Royston Vasey #latergram

Warnings in Royston Vasey #latergram

0 notes, June 2, 2014

bowel-city:

girlfriend: babe, come over.

me: I ain’t got a car.

girlfriend: but my parents aren’t home.

me:

image

That looks unbearably painful!

Reblogged from tastefullyoffensive, 162,931 notes, May 31, 2014

thefrogman:

[source] [h/t: faustinepau]

Reblogged from thefrogman, 80,723 notes, May 29, 2014

Reblogged from girlslovesuperheroes, 9,138 notes, May 29, 2014

iseo58:

Jane Crowther. Black cat. 2002

iseo58:

Jane Crowther. Black cat. 2002

Reblogged from etitaporro, 704 notes, May 29, 2014

poetrysince1912:


The caged bird sings
with a fearful trill   
of things unknown   
but longed for still   
and his tune is heard   
on the distant hill   
for the caged bird   
sings of freedom.


RIP Maya Angelou
http://bit.ly/1mFEnQE 

poetrysince1912:

The caged bird sings

with a fearful trill   

of things unknown   

but longed for still   

and his tune is heard   

on the distant hill   

for the caged bird   

sings of freedom.

Reblogged from poetrysince1912, 674 notes, May 28, 2014

(Source: rudy)

Reblogged from wilwheaton, 8,284 notes, May 28, 2014

By Anjana Iyer: Found In Translation.

By Anjana Iyer: Found In Translation.

1 note, May 26, 2014

cactus-punk:

Ulisse Aldrovandi (1522-1605)

Reblogged from cavetocanvas, 1,187 notes, May 26, 2014

whatthefauna:

Male bowerbirds spend a lot more time on their Valentines than most of us do. Over the course of many weeks, they construct elaborate bowers to impress females, in hopes of finding a mate.

Image credit: Top: Barry Hatton, Bottom: Tim Laman

Reblogged from danforth, 4,486 notes, May 25, 2014