hatfights:

Yo, this wasn’t attributed, but it should be because it’s funny as h*ck.
This is just one of a ton of Dog Classifieds by Josh “Livestock” Boruff from Something Awful.

hatfights:

Yo, this wasn’t attributed, but it should be because it’s funny as h*ck.

This is just one of a ton of Dog Classifieds by Josh “Livestock” Boruff from Something Awful.

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woodelf68:

smw006:

This looks like the type of horse that will lure you onto his back and then carry you into a lake.

Kelpie. Or possibly a Pooka. Do not trust horses who show up in the middle of nowhere and seem to want to give you a ride.

woodelf68:

smw006:

This looks like the type of horse that will lure you onto his back and then carry you into a lake.

Kelpie. Or possibly a Pooka. Do not trust horses who show up in the middle of nowhere and seem to want to give you a ride.

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Red-Belted Conk (Fomitopsis Pinicola)



RED BELTED CONKNext up, the black shirted snoo
Red-Belted Conk (Fomitopsis Pinicola)

RED BELTED CONK

Next up, the black shirted snoo

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Have some space backgrounds! Resolution: 700x1050px (which should be large enough for most phones)

All images from NASA’s Hubble website (x) and edited by me

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This blog appearence is such a trainwreck but trying to find something that has 1 medium width column and is READABLE and SHOWS TAGS and either has pretty colours or lets me turn it pretty colours … jesus fuck I don’t have this kind of time and energy!


cumaeansibyl:

101st-analborne:

sexymonstersupercreep:

sunfell:

talikira:

sharkyhatofficial:

teenlifewasnotthebomb:

From Vice’s mini documentary on the Suicide Forest in Japan x

I just felt this was too important not to reblog.

This is a really, really good documentary. I watched the whole thing and it’s just like, wow. @A@

This was very poignant.

Must always reblog the beautiful, frightening, inexplicable Aokigahara forest.

I wonder how many of the people who leave flowers and chocolates, or teddy bears at “roadside shrines,” would have done a damned thing for the suffering person while they were still alive.

probably most of them, if they’d known that person was suffering. I know my depression likes to tell me that no one cares enough to help me and they couldn’t even if they wanted to. wasted a lot of time pretending nothing was wrong until I couldn’t pretend anymore and found out how many people in my life would do literally anything for me if only they’d known I needed it. had to go through that several times before I got the hint, actually. and if I’d killed myself I would have died believing the worst of the people who loved me.

so I’m not into belittling people’s grieving processes and I’m also not into reinforcing the idea that nobody cares about suicidally depressed people until after they’re dead, I know that has been some people’s experience and I’m deeply sorry for it but I don’t think it’s good to imply that that’s the norm because it just reinforces the harmful and isolating messages of depression


realmonstrosities:

Spirula spirula is a small, deep sea cephalopod related to squid and cuttlefish.

Their most unique feature is their spiralling shell which is so strong and buoyant that they often wash up on beaches, perhaps after drifting for miles on currents.

They also have a light-emitting photophore on their back end. Since their shell is so buoyant that they typically swim in a vertical position with their tentacles dangling beneath them, they’re basically wearing a light-up hat with wings!

Images: Dr. Steve O’Shea/Udo Schmidt/Fritz Geller-Grimm/Rachel Caauwe

OMG THESE SHELLS R SO IMPORTANT TO ME

I DIDN’T KNOW THEY CAME FROM A CEPHALOPOD

IM SO HAPPY AND EXCITED OMG

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Q
Maybe a loaded question, but if you had one piece of advice for an aspiring comic book writer, what might it be?
Anonymous
A

gailsimone:

Read books on history. Honest to god, this is my number one piece of advice for writers. Most non-fiction books will give you SOME ideas for stories, but books on historical events and persons are huge idea factories, in a way that the internet just doesn’t quite replicate.

So every time I go to a book shop, I check their remainder shelves for books on interesting historical events and grab them up. It is a person with a very poor imagination indeed who can’t come up with ideas after reading this stuff…My first Deadpool villain was based on King Ludwig II, the ‘mad king,’ of Bavaria. Secret Six dealt directly with prison allegories based on North Korea, China, and Ireland. The beastmaster story in Red Sonja is based on Roman arenas in rural Wales. 

This stuff is precious as gold and you can get it for almost nothing on sale at bookshops anywhere.

For the actual PROCESS of writing, the advice I have is FINISH something. Start SMALL, a column or a paragraph or a very, very short story. FINISH. That’s what counts. The act of writing teaches skills, but the act of FINISHING teaches confidence. And you will NEED CONFIDENCE.

Finish things. Finish your story and do another. An unfinished story does no one any good. FINISH.


Unnecessary update: Tussock’s paddock has zero grass in it so I gave her a treat today. She did some p intense eating.

I love her expressive ears.

Unnecessary update: Tussock’s paddock has zero grass in it so I gave her a treat today. She did some p intense eating. I love her expressive ears.


nerdblerrg:

punctures:

ungothic:

have you ever been so obsessed with something that it made you angry because you physically cannot shut the fuck up about it

 #idk how to like things casually

[CARES AGGRESSIVELY]

I just get so excited about things ;_;

Also to anyone who accidentally gets me talking about my favourite characters and stories in video games I am sO SORRY

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racinglegends:

Happy 21st Birthday, Skip Away! <34 April 2014
Photo: X


WHEEEEEEEEE

racinglegends:

Happy 21st Birthday, Skip Away! <3
4 April 2014

Photo: X

WHEEEEEEEEE

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