1. 14:57 31st Aug 2014

    Notes: 257

    Reblogged from mothbug

    Anonymous said: It's so impressive that you like snakes and spiders and moths. Any other girl would run away screaming, lol. 10 points to you for not being like that. Thank god.

    mothbug:

    i literally don’t even know what to say

    i am lost for words

    fuck outta here with your weird patronizing sexist bullshit and have fun never touching a girl ever 

     
  2. 14:54

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    Reblogged from ruinedchildhood

    fedswatching:


Robin Williams tickling/tickled by Koko the Gorilla (X)

to anybody who needs a quick smile on their face

    fedswatching:

    Robin Williams tickling/tickled by Koko the Gorilla (X)

    to anybody who needs a quick smile on their face

     
  3. 14:53

    Notes: 499273

    Reblogged from jayandsilentbobs

    isitweirdthatim:

    This will literally make your day

    (Source: isaidnopeeking)

     
  4. 14:51

    Notes: 298

    Reblogged from pepperalley

    image: Download

    dustyfleas:

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was a French pilot, writer, and real-life hero. His other books include Vol de Nuit (Night Flight), Courrier sud (Southbound Mail), Terre des hommes (Wind, Sand, and Stars), and Pilote de guerre (Flight to Arras). Antoine de Saint-Exupéry disappeared during a World War II air battle over Corsica. 
Rough translation of the text above:
"Please, tame me. What will it take?" "I can’t tame you," said the fox. "I can’t make you more sociable. You must practice patience. You may sit a little away from me, over there in the grass. I’ll look at you from the corner of my eye, and you will say nothing. Language is the source of misunderstanding. But each day, day by day, you’ll be able to sit a little closer to me." Antoine de Saint-Exupéry | Le Petit Prince

    dustyfleas:

    Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was a French pilot, writer, and real-life hero. His other books include Vol de Nuit (Night Flight), Courrier sud (Southbound Mail), Terre des hommes (Wind, Sand, and Stars), and Pilote de guerre (Flight to Arras). Antoine de Saint-Exupéry disappeared during a World War II air battle over Corsica.

    Rough translation of the text above:

    "Please, tame me. What will it take?"

    "I can’t tame you," said the fox. "I can’t make you more sociable. You must practice patience. You may sit a little away from me, over there in the grass. I’ll look at you from the corner of my eye, and you will say nothing. Language is the source of misunderstanding. But each day, day by day, you’ll be able to sit a little closer to me."

    Antoine de Saint-Exupéry | Le Petit Prince

    (Source: lupiot)

     
  5. 14:50

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    Reblogged from you-idiot

     
  6. 14:50

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    Reblogged from hauntingsss

    wolverxne:

Great White Shark | by: { Morne Hardenberg }

    wolverxne:

    Great White Shark | by: { Morne Hardenberg }

     
  7. 14:49

    Notes: 195

    Reblogged from darksilenceinsuburbia

    image: Download

    darksilenceinsuburbia:

Albrecht Dürer
Nemesis (The Great Fortune)
Engraving
1501-02

    darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Albrecht Dürer

    Nemesis (The Great Fortune)

    Engraving

    1501-02

     
  8. 14:48

    Notes: 871

    Reblogged from pepperalley

     
  9. 14:48

    Notes: 469

    Reblogged from pepperalley

    Nourish beginnings, let us nourish beginnings.
    Not all things are blest, but the
    seeds of all things are blest.
    The blessing is in the seed.
    — Muriel Rukeyser, from “Elegy in Joy” (via pepperalley)

    (Source: litverve)

     
  10. 14:48

    Notes: 469

    Reblogged from pepperalley

    Nourish beginnings, let us nourish beginnings.
    Not all things are blest, but the
    seeds of all things are blest.
    The blessing is in the seed.
    — Muriel Rukeyser, from “Elegy in Joy” (via pepperalley)

    (Source: litverve)