howdyimjrus:

2,000 dollar bird warmer.

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scoregasm:

crystal-shines:

What a delightful sleeping bag

If someone broke into your tent trying to murder you you could just scare them off as a bear.

scoregasm:

crystal-shines:

What a delightful sleeping bag

If someone broke into your tent trying to murder you you could just scare them off as a bear.

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dovne:

hankpeters:

FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN’T SEEN THE BALLAD OF NESSIE… HERE IS YOUR CHANCE!!!

oh my goodness
that was beyond cute ;___; 

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nyannerz:

ive come here to receive a rub

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coelasquid:

trainhardbestrong:

hannahroad:

hannahroad:

hannahroad:

Miley: “Dad I have something for Tanners bug collection”

my uncle: “that’s great”

Miley: “it’s a bird”

my uncle: “no its not”

-chirping noise-

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They let it go and it flew away just fine, so we’re wondering how she caught it.

update:

she caught another bird.

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update: she caught a squirrel today

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She is gonna rule the world one day with this power

She looks about the age to be a pokemon master.

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court-records-net:

court-records-net:

The first full trailer for Dai Gyakuten Saiban is here! Subs will be added shortly.

Subs have now been added! (Turn on annotations.)  For those who can’t see annotations, a transcript after the jump:

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1080x420:

shinondraws:


The evolution of the Pokémon logo.

Amazing.

North America doesn’t even care just come get your Pokemon you piece of shit

1080x420:

shinondraws:

The evolution of the Pokémon logo.

Amazing.

North America doesn’t even care just come get your Pokemon you piece of shit

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forever-tangledup:

And here is the Frozen story! It’s pretty cute as well.

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northeastnature:

Here’s a large, bizarre giant swallowtail caterpillar (Papilio cresphontes). This species was once highly rare in the northeast, but is now a regular fixture due to climate change. I found my first one yesterday! I’d heard that these caterpillars mimic bird poop to avoid being eaten, but their true pattern is complex and gorgeous. Plus, if startled, they splorp out a pair of red “horns” called osmeteria. The last picture shows the mature butterfly in all its glory.