Posted 4 days ago

buggirl:

Well played, Whole Foods, I may now stop calling you “Whole Pay Checks”… Bc you may just be worth it.

(And yes, I know, we usually have reusable bags)

Posted 1 week ago

fireflyca:

when you hit the point in your writing where you can see parallels between scenes and characters and plots and it’s great because it LOOKS like you’re being really smart and making all these connections like some omniscient puppet master but really you have no control over it and you’re just sitting at your laptop like

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This is what writing and running a D&D campaign feels like.

Posted 1 week ago

penguintim:

Doctor Who is one of my favourite TV shows. Such a shame that it ended in 2011.

Yes, I was struggling to explain to people how I felt about the show.
I do have hope for this upcoming Doctor though!

Posted 1 week ago

theinsanesinger:

pumpkinfishes:

just hangin’ out with my crested gecko BABY DRAGON

TINY DRAGON

Posted 2 weeks ago

This is basically what happened.

(Source: tipsycersei)

Posted 2 weeks ago

boundunbound:

tastefullyoffensive:

Video: Tiny Birthday Party for a Tiny Hedgehog

That third pic omg

…. what.

I hope the cake was a tiny hedgehog-safe recipe. Based on the care they seem to have taken on everything else, I presume it was.

(Source: hobolunchbox)

Posted 2 weeks ago

imagineyouricon:

Imagine your icon gets drunk and unleashes a secret inner talent as a super fantastic strip dancer 

Posted 3 weeks ago
nemertea:

capcomkai:

Carabus intricatus LINNAEUS 1761 by Svatoslav Vrabec on Flickr.

Carabus are the best beetles.

nemertea:

capcomkai:

Carabus intricatus LINNAEUS 1761 by Svatoslav Vrabec on Flickr.

Carabus are the best beetles.

Posted 3 weeks ago

yes-yes-strawberries:

Crocodog by hellcorpceo

I actually have this as a familiar in a D&D campaign right now. <3 my corgidile.

Posted 3 weeks ago
rhamphotheca:

The Arctic shipping boom - a bonanza for invasive exotic species
by Natasha Geiling
As the Arctic warms and its ice melts, growing numbers freight ships are reaping big savings from the ‘Arctic short cut’. But this is creating a huge risk of invasive species spreading in ballast water and on hulls - disrupting both Arctic and temperate ecosystems.
… cargo isn’t the only thing that they’re (ships) transporting: some marine biologists worry that ships carting cargo through the Arctic’s newly opened waterways are introducing invasive species to the area - and bringing invasive species to some of America’s most important ports…
(read more: The Ecologist)
photo: Arctic Red king crab, Paralithodes camtschaticus, is causing ecological havoc as it devours its way down Norway’s coast. It can reach a leg-span of 1.8m. Photo: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 

rhamphotheca:

The Arctic shipping boom - a bonanza for invasive exotic species

by Natasha Geiling

As the Arctic warms and its ice melts, growing numbers freight ships are reaping big savings from the ‘Arctic short cut’. But this is creating a huge risk of invasive species spreading in ballast water and on hulls - disrupting both Arctic and temperate ecosystems.

… cargo isn’t the only thing that they’re (ships) transporting: some marine biologists worry that ships carting cargo through the Arctic’s newly opened waterways are introducing invasive species to the area - and bringing invasive species to some of America’s most important ports…

(read more: The Ecologist)

photo: Arctic Red king crab, Paralithodes camtschaticus, is causing ecological havoc as it devours its way down Norway’s coast. It can reach a leg-span of 1.8m. Photo: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 

Posted 4 weeks ago

Arwen & Aragorn’s Wedding Cake, 2007

People can do some pretty incredible things with fondant.