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jason todd calling grayson’s selfies ‘dick pics’

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I just realized you can go to a dance and dance a dance.

I hate English a lot right now.

jemeryl:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

howthehelldidibecomeaduck:

fuckyeahsexpositivity:

bisexualzuko:

onionhighonionandrenown:

viyahshadinikah:

Lesbian Jewish-Hindu Wedding 

This is both gorgeous and adorable.

The caption delights me.

The level of cuteness in this needs to stop.

—BB

I like the modern and traditional dresses together, that’s so cool!

THIS IS TRULY THE CUTEST THING IN THE UNIVERSE <3

I will forever need Indian ladies getting married to other ladies on my dash <3

kingcheddarxvii:

notviolet:

Chris Pratt Interrupts Interview To French Braid Intern’s Hair

SHUT THE HELL U P

this man has gone too far

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monstertag:

I don’t think I’ve posted this yet - my piece for the Rookery anthology with some other just graduated SVA classmates. The theme of the book was myths and urban legends. I spent my childhood summers on an island in Nova Scotia, and I was always fascinated with seals, and, because of that, selkies.

Disclaimer: I have not made out with a seal. Yet.

iwanttoberecycled:

I want to be less compact, less disc. 

sagansense:

strangebiology:

As millions of years pass, fish build on their basic design. The muscles around their backbone evolve into a powerful tail and fins appear. They evolve a distinct head. He may not look like you or I, but this odd fish is becoming a blueprint for our own bodies. 

Walking with Dinosaurs was popular enough to inspire a stage performance, many spin-offs, and now a re-make. My favorite of these is the prequel Walking with Monsters: Life Before Dinosaurs. It is a 3-part series that tells the tale of evolution and life in the Paleozoic. 

This is how we went from simple little swimming creatures to taking our first steps on land. A glorious moment in history.

Further recommended…

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PBS’ Your Inner Fish series, based on the book with the same name, by paleobiologist Neil Shubin.