Reblogged from indebted-ness
22
Feb

visiblecc1:

fuglypudding:

if watermelon exists why doesn’t earthmelon, firemelon and airmelon??

The elemelons

Reblogged from susiron
22
Feb

avenging-sherl0ck:

tomlinhell:

americans hate americans just as much as everyone else hates americans don’t let our jokes fool you

bitch we hate americans more than everyone else hates americans

cuz you know who has to deal with americans the most?

americans

Reblogged from sweetspirals
22
Feb

internetzahhakeriszahbacker:

The only show based off a movie that wasn’t just good but absolutely fantastic

(Source: idreamofjimmy)

Reblogged from patchedworklife
22
Feb

iconicgloryy:

My little cousins birthday party. Rainbow Dash themed (My Little Pony character)

My aunt made the cake and I painted the top of it. Vanilla cake, buttercream icing, skittles on the sides, and marshmallow fondant.

Reblogged from somewhereinjersey
22
Feb

bluephone:

T-Rexes are back in stock at Bluephone Studios! Stomper, Tuff, Taffy, Quill, and Terri are up and available, while supplies last. Check them out!

(And hey, if you’d like to make a t-rex of your very own, there’s a pattern in the shop!)

Reblogged from crappycornus
22
Feb

clannyphantom:

if ur hair covers ur boobs u have mermaid hair and u are a mermaid i dont make the rules

Reblogged from danceanthemoftheeighties
22
Feb

shialablunt:

fun fact: Michael Cera asked Rihanna if he could slap her ass for real and she said “you can slap my ass for real if I can slap you in the face for real” and he was like alright. and they did the take like 3 times and Michael was like “you’re not hitting me hard enough do it for real” and then she slapped the fuck out of him and threw off his equilibrium so much he had to go lay down in his trailer for like half an hour and that’s the take they used in the movie with no added sound effects 

Reblogged from danceanthemoftheeighties
22
Feb

rhamphotheca:

Atopodentatus Will Blow Your Mind

by Brian Switek

The fossil record is replete with wonders. Humungous fungus, dazzling dinosaurs, intricate ammonites, and perplexing protomammals just scratch the surface of such a wide array of fantastic organisms that sometimes it’s easy to become acclimated to the enigmatic and weird. Yet, even then, there are fossils so strange that they make me jolt upright in my seat and think “Wait, what the hell is that?” The latest prehistoric creature to leave me gobsmacked is Atopodentatus unicus.

The roughly 245 million year old marine reptile is beautifully preserved. Uncovered in southwest China and described by Wuhan Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources paleontologist Long Chen and colleagues, the reptile’s nearly complete, nine-foot-long skeleton is laid out as charcoal-colored bones against gray rock. And while not as wholly adapted to an aquatic lifestyle like the eel-like ichthyosaurs found in the same deposits, the stout limbs, hips, and geological context of Atopodentatus hint that this reptile divided its time between land and sea. Then there’s the skull.

Preserved in profile, the cranium of Atopodentatus looks like a bony version of a Scotch tape dispenser.  In front of a rounded orbit, the creature’s snout is a downturned hook that creates an arc of tiny, needle-like teeth that are fused to the sides of the jaw rather than sitting in sockets. Stranger still, most of the teeth in the upper jaw faced each other in a split running between the two halves of the upper jaw. Head-on, Atopodentatus had a zipper smile of little teeth…

(read more: Laelaps blog - National Geo)

illustration by Julius Csotonyi.; photo: Cheng et al.

Reblogged from scientificillustration
22
Feb

wetheurban:

PHOTOGRAPHY: Tension by Nir Arieli

Nir Arieli’s project ‘tension’ is a stunning series of dancers. Capturing their movements in several pictures, the New York based photographer pieces them to one single image by layering the different photographs.

Searching for intriguing combinations he lets the viewer contemplate the various movements and newly formed abstractions, that the human eye can not normally see. 

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Reblogged from bigsmellyjerk
22
Feb