Inner Bully

Gonna be the champion of my life

mentalalchemy:

political-fanatic:

funeral—girl:

I was looking up Dr. Seuss drawings for an upcoming project, and I knew he was quite the political cartoonist but didn’t realize how dry the man was. So here, share my pleasant surprise.

dang

I ate atomic wings. I went pee about an hour later. Short story shorter: my dick is on fire.

not living in the woods is kind of killing me

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Hard day at work

Hard day at work


Those who say we are in a time where there are no heroes just don’t know where to look-Ronald Reagan

Those who say we are in a time where there are no heroes just don’t know where to look
-Ronald Reagan

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oatmeal:

How to cuddle like you mean it. Bonus panels here. 

this is me

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fitoraemusic:

Lauryn Hill // Tell Him

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victoriousvocabulary:

DENDROPHILOUS
[adjective]
tree-loving; living in or on trees; arboreal.
Etymology: from Greek  déndron, “tree” + philos, "loving".
[yanadhyana]

victoriousvocabulary:

DENDROPHILOUS

[adjective]

tree-loving; living in or on trees; arboreal.

Etymology: from Greek  déndron, “tree” + philos, "loving".

[yanadhyana]

i really want someone to be romantic with. 

In 1966, Redding was 24 and defined not only the sound but the style and look of a true soul man. Tall and lanky, he was ready to drop to his knees and tear off the thin-lapelled jacket of his sharply pressed suit when it was time to deliver the goods.

Music Historian Ashley Kahn on Otis being the embodiment of a true soul man.

(propers to Otis Redding)

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malformalady:


A Rüppell’s Griffon Vulture(Gyps rueppellii) drips blood after feeding on the carcass of a zebra in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Griffon vultures have long powerful necks for getting under the skin of the dead animals they feed on and short downy feathers on their necks to prevent them from getting too dirty. Vultures wash regularly and are surprisingly clean - when not feeding.


Photo credit: Charlie Hamilton James

malformalady:

A Rüppell’s Griffon Vulture(Gyps rueppellii) drips blood after feeding on the carcass of a zebra in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Griffon vultures have long powerful necks for getting under the skin of the dead animals they feed on and short downy feathers on their necks to prevent them from getting too dirty. Vultures wash regularly and are surprisingly clean - when not feeding.
Photo credit: Charlie Hamilton James

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