Friday, September 19, 2014

chocolate-time-machine:

more bear owls

based on my favorite owls <3

kaskitewapisk:

darklittlefaun:

pathogems:

princess-of-fireflies:

I neeeeed this

omg i want it

AH

This is BRILLIANT.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

1inda:

This was legendary

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
cute-overload:It’s his first time having to wear a cone

cute-overload:

It’s his first time having to wear a cone

Trying new pumpkin beers

Trying new pumpkin beers

pasta version of theprettybee quinoa broccoli casserole

i used cheddar daiya instead of mozzarella and i added lightlife smartdogs (and used frozen broccoli cause it saves time)

cold weather comfort food heck yes

get to know me meme: [5/] favorite movies → Marie Antoinette 

ma: This is ridiculous.

cdn: This, Madame, is Versailles. 

"Letting everyone down would be my greatest unhappiness."
frendaseivelun:

fruitsoftheweb:

Simulation of meshed gummybears using the Discrete Element Method.

enter the    B E A R    C U B E 
Watching Fullmetal Alchemist with this super round sugar glider squishable

Watching Fullmetal Alchemist with this super round sugar glider squishable

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
seaslaverysucks:

A 10-year-old goldfish named George underwent a successful 45-minute surgery to remove a life-threatening tumor last week. His Australian owners took him to the vet when they realized he was acting off. They spent $200 to save their pet fish, which the vet at Lort Smith Animal Hospital says can live another 20 years, if healthy.
George had to be given general anesthetic, so Dr. Tristan Rich had him swim in a bucket of water laced with anesthetic. When the operation was done, they put George in a bucket of normal water. He was given painkillers and antibiotics, and after a few minutes he started swimming around, good as new. • Sources: Lort Smith (Facebook); “A 10-Year-Old Goldfish Had Surgery To Remove A Tumor, Expected To Live Another 20 Years” on Buzz Feed

seaslaverysucks:

A 10-year-old goldfish named George underwent a successful 45-minute surgery to remove a life-threatening tumor last week. His Australian owners took him to the vet when they realized he was acting off. They spent $200 to save their pet fish, which the vet at Lort Smith Animal Hospital says can live another 20 years, if healthy.

George had to be given general anesthetic, so Dr. Tristan Rich had him swim in a bucket of water laced with anesthetic. When the operation was done, they put George in a bucket of normal water. He was given painkillers and antibiotics, and after a few minutes he started swimming around, good as new.

Sources: Lort Smith (Facebook); “A 10-Year-Old Goldfish Had Surgery To Remove A Tumor, Expected To Live Another 20 Years” on Buzz Feed

addelburgh:

incognito

addelburgh:

incognito

tastefullyoffensive:

[gemmacorrell/foureyes]
Who are you when you’re alone? When no one is watching? What’s left then?
Rae Mariz  (via conjuringseed)