sherlocksexperiments:

my friend just sent me this and im in the middle of a class and I cant stop laughing

sherlocksexperiments:

my friend just sent me this and im in the middle of a class and I cant stop laughing

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archiemcphee:

Maybe this year the Easter Bunny can take the day off and we can celebrate with the Easter Snake instead. Meet Crescent, or in this case “Bunny Crescent”, Canadian DeviantARTist NocturneJewel's leucistic Texas Rat Snake (Pantherophis obsoletus). She’s almost 9 years old, just over 4 feet long, and is probably better suited to hide Easter eggs simply by swallowing them, rather than trying to hide them for the rest of us to find. But we don’t mind.

NocturneJewel had a seamstress friend make this cute pair of bunny ears for Cresent, who apparently didn’t mind wearing them, but only had to do so long enough to take these awesome photos.

[via Neatorama]

It’s Excellently Eccentric Easter Day on Geyser of Awesome!

itswalky:

summerotaku:

He’s not a part of your system…
Happy Birthday to the ground!

I’M AN ADULT

itswalky:

summerotaku:

He’s not a part of your system…

Happy Birthday to the ground!

I’M AN ADULT

charmancler:

who cares about hashtags when there’s hashbrowns

(via saahloknir)

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fuckyeahsheltie:

That is serious
via DeviantArt

fuckyeahsheltie:

That is serious

via DeviantArt

huffposttaste:

Calling all crazy cat ladies, this is your cake!

(via ladynecrosis)

Spines.

Spines.

desuke-dragonqueen:

stormingtheivory:

melissadoom:

fearless-feminism:

Feminist Dragons

Inspired by X

stormingtheivory

Yeeeees it’s happening!

I love how the Internet can take a weird idea, proclaim that it’s unassailably true, and then rapidly actualize that truth.

Fuck yeah feminist dragons

(via saahloknir)

Thirty two dollars’ worth of pennies: hella heavy.

Thirty two dollars’ worth of pennies: hella heavy.

comicbookcovers:

Superman #202, January 1968, cover by Curt Swan

comicbookcovers:

Superman #202, January 1968, cover by Curt Swan

scientificvisuals:

All of these caterpillars are camouflaged loopers, likely Synchlora aerata. They look different because the looper makes its own camouflage by gluing flower petals or leaves from its immediate environment onto its back.

From top to bottom, left to right, they appear to be wearing joe-pye weed, marigold, chrysanthemum (uncertain), unknown, wingstem crownbeard, and citrus mint.

Sources in the same order: Julia StoneBrian Cutting; Bug of the WeekLynn PritchettAdrian D. Thysse; yolo2

(via vibrant-oxymoron)