What thoughts went through you're head when you first saw Manus
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blazemalefica:

Ouroboros

brittachristmasbot:rockstarninja:

is it just me

or is Thor channeling some serious Nicolas Cage here.

#I SHALL PILLAGE THY MOST NOBLE DOCUMENT OF DECLARED INDEPENDENCE

Alcohol: not a fix for dysphoria. 

smartass-fallen-angel:

ten-and-donna:

masukunda:

devourthegalaxy:

sayingnotostatusquo:

alwayscastle17:

dauntless-nerdfighter:

THIS IS BRILLIANT ON SO MANY LEVELS

THIS IS BEAUTIFUL

Excuse me, I think you’re forgetting a few people

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And last but not least…

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OH. MY. GOD.

IT GOT BETTER

It got so much better

kaydoeshealthythings:

This is literally the cutest thing ever and this is a topic very close to my heart, as I adopted my kitten from the Humane Society. :-)

caelas:

saying feminism is unnecessary because you don’t feel oppressed is like saying fire extinguishers are unnecessary because your house isn’t on fire

littlemammal:

littlemammal:

6 selfies 2k14

not a guy, they/them

houseofalexzander:

Making Time.

Sometimes its hard to pull yourself away from your own world.
In fact, it only gets harder as you get older it seems.
But its important that you remember to stay interested in your friendships, even when you really don’t feel like being interested.
I know from personal experience how easy it is for friendship or even companionship to just fall through the cracks when everything on the surface is moving so quickly.

Time is such a nuisance because it slips away, and often it tends to take things like relationships with it.
But in relationships, time is everything.
So make time.
Find time where ever & whenever you possibly can,
because tomorrow the time you thought you had could be gone,
and your friendships gone with it.

Xoxo

-Elliott Alexzander

kaptincrunchh:

MASTER HAS GIVEN DOBBY A SOCK!

So... what is headboob, anatomically speaking?

crispysnakes:

It’s the muscles surrounding the jaws.  The shape of the head is determined by the shape of the skull.  

Here’s a boa:

Here’s a boa skull.  Note the structure of the jaws, particularly the back end where sit the the two joints that control the gape of the snake (snakes have five mobile and one immobile joint within their skulls).  See the boxy, rounded shape those two joints make?

Here are the two overlaid:

Now imagine the muscles needed to control those joints.  Depending on the species/size of the snake and the prey they feed on, they’ll need more or less muscle mass to operate their jaws.  

See those big fleshy white things in the corners of the mouth?  That’s all muscle that, when the mouth is closed, occupies the space in the skull that people like to squish.  

That, is headboob.