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tall-dark-n-creepy:

dajo42:

whenever somebody says like “so what did you do today?” just look off into the distance and say “the right thing”

Then stare right into their eyes and say, “I hope”

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teamfreekickass:

kreativedragon:

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Some are dark skinned

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Some are light skinned

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Some are big and some are small

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Some look ‘complete’ and other might not be quite there

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But no matter what

If you put them together

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And blend them up

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They taste pretty darn good

I’m getting you professional help. 

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ameliadoesaninternet:

veruca-assault:

ms-kawesome:

The next time a man starts yelling at you, cut him off and tell him you just can’t talk to him when he’s being so emotional.

I have done this and can confirm that is a LOT of fun to watch them implode afterward.

Bonus points: Tell them you think it’s cute when they get so angry. 

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sixpenceee:

doorfus:

Photos doing this?


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Click the ‘edit HTML button’, if the code for your image looks like this…
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…delete the ‘s’ and the numbers including the period so the code will look like this
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And enjoy your image!

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THANK YOU!

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trynottodrown:

FRILLED SHARK
Scientific Name….Chlamydoselachus Anguineus Family Name……  
General Information: The frilled shark or eel shark, has a long slender body with an elongated tail fin, which gives it an almost eel-like appearance and one of its common names. A single dorsal fin is located well back on its body, directly above the large anal fin. The pectoral fins are short and rounded. This shark has six pairs of large gill slits, where as most sharks have five, the first pair which joins under the throat. The gills are surrounded by frilly margins of skin, hence the common name frilled shark. Its snout is short while the head is snake-like, the lower jaw is long, with mouth almost at the tip of the snout rather than under the head.
Size: They can grow up to 6 to 7 feet in length.
Teeth: The frilled sharks teeth have broad bases with three sharp cusps separated by two small intermediate cusps. They are armed with about 300 teeth, set in 27 rows. Each tooth carries three sharp hooks, so prey stand little chance of escape.
 Color: They have a dark chocolate brown, brownish-gray or brownish-black body.
Feeding Habits: Little is known about its diet, but with such teeth, it probably feeds on small deep-water fishes and squid. They are known to swim with their mouth open to lure prey to conspicuous white teeth.
Social Behavior: They seem to segregate by size.
Habitat | Migration | Distribution: Frilled sharks are found in Eastern Atlantic, western Indian Ocean, western and eastern Pacific. It is found on the bottom shelves and upper slopes around continents and large islands. Occasionally, it is seen near the surface in open waters, but it usually lives at a depth of 330 to 4,260 feet, so the only chance of observing it is from a deep-water submersible. It is sometimes collected as by catch during bottom trawling.
Life Span: Unknown.
Reproduction: Frilled sharks are ovovivparous,( retaining thin shelled eggs within the mothers body) females bear 8-12 live young, per litter on huge uterine eggs. Pregnant females have very large abdomens. Gestation period is very long one to two years.
Frilled Shark Attacks: Harmless.
Population Report: Not uncommon.
Frilled Shark Facts: The frilled shark ( Chlamydoselachus anguineus ) is a primitive shark, the sole living member of the Chlamydoselachidae in the order Hexanchiformes. It is very different from the other hexanchiform sharks, and it has been recently proposed that the frilled shark should be given its own order. Chlamydoselachiformes.

trynottodrown:

  • FRILLED SHARK
  • Scientific Name….Chlamydoselachus Anguineus 
    Family Name
    …… 
     

General Information: The frilled shark or eel shark, has a long slender body with an elongated tail fin, which gives it an almost eel-like appearance and one of its common names. A single dorsal fin is located well back on its body, directly above the large anal fin. The pectoral fins are short and rounded. This shark has six pairs of large gill slits, where as most sharks have five, the first pair which joins under the throat. The gills are surrounded by frilly margins of skin, hence the common name frilled shark. Its snout is short while the head is snake-like, the lower jaw is long, with mouth almost at the tip of the snout rather than under the head.

Size: They can grow up to 6 to 7 feet in length.

Teeth: The frilled sharks teeth have broad bases with three sharp cusps separated by two small intermediate cusps. They are armed with about 300 teeth, set in 27 rows. Each tooth carries three sharp hooks, so prey stand little chance of escape.

 Color: They have a dark chocolate brown, brownish-gray or brownish-black body.

Feeding Habits: Little is known about its diet, but with such teeth, it probably feeds on small deep-water fishes and squid. They are known to swim with their mouth open to lure prey to conspicuous white teeth.

Social Behavior: They seem to segregate by size.

Habitat | Migration | Distribution: Frilled sharks are found in Eastern Atlantic, western Indian Ocean, western and eastern Pacific. It is found on the bottom shelves and upper slopes around continents and large islands. Occasionally, it is seen near the surface in open waters, but it usually lives at a depth of 330 to 4,260 feet, so the only chance of observing it is from a deep-water submersible. It is sometimes collected as by catch during bottom trawling.

Life Span: Unknown.

Reproduction: Frilled sharks are ovovivparous,( retaining thin shelled eggs within the mothers body) females bear 8-12 live young, per litter on huge uterine eggs. Pregnant females have very large abdomens. Gestation period is very long one to two years.

Frilled Shark Attacks: Harmless.

Population Report: Not uncommon.

Frilled Shark Facts: The frilled shark ( Chlamydoselachus anguineus ) is a primitive shark, the sole living member of the Chlamydoselachidae in the order Hexanchiformes. It is very different from the other hexanchiform sharks, and it has been recently proposed that the frilled shark should be given its own order. Chlamydoselachiformes.

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franklyrebecca:

just a few of the many reasons why I’m excited for when the tumblr generation becomes parents

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bbcmolly:

mayhemiia:

I just want to reblog this eVERYDAY FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE

THIS IS LITERALLY THE BEST THING IN EXISTENCE

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dataglitch:

I was invited to a friend’s stream again and drew a bunch of doodles(most were requests) but first time drawing these guys! There’s more, let me find those first uvu

but eyyyy think they turned out great:’D

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overdosed-on-apathy:

This post had me at finger pants.

HORSE TORANDO

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geekishchic:

nuuku:

turtle-ambulance:

fun fact: “nolo” is latin for “do not want” so if someone says yolo you can say nolo and they’ll think its just a stupid comeback but in all actuality you’re speaking latin which is classy as shit so haha the jokes on them

and it means “(you’re) embarrassing” in finnish so it’s double joke on them

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listoflifehacks:

listoflifehacks:

If you like this list of life hacks, follow ListOfLifeHacks for more like it!

More food hacks here always

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inuis:

fantomeheart:

The only acceptable birthday cake

so when you blow out that candle you’ll be killing that charmander happy birthday u sick fuk

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mymodernmet:

British artist Ben Long uses his hands to produce elaborate drawings on the rear shutters of dirty freight trucks for his ongoing series The Great Traveling Art Exhibition.

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