myonlyfrearofdeath:

This is like so simple but so cool…

myonlyfrearofdeath:

This is like so simple but so cool…

(Source: getthehelloutofmyroom)

runs-on-ramen:

necessary:

he needs those parts for his space ship

he’s going to otter space

runs-on-ramen:

necessary:

he needs those parts for his space ship

he’s going to otter space

(Source: jajaneenee)

Peakswoods exclusive Oscar Eyes

(Source: dollgirls)

whitepeoplesaidwhat:

msitfits:

Natural hair color ideas and inspiration!

Posting for the one asker who sent a message for black girls with colored hair

-Holly

viciouscunt:

weed-plnts:

supramitch:

The car enthusiast, who is a member of the U.S. Military, hated the car’s silver color. One evening, he let his wife doodle on a few scratches on the bumper, and when the sun came up and he saw her stunningly intricate and elegant drawings, they knew they had to forge on. While he worked on tuning the insides, she drew on the car.

After roughly 100 hours of work and several clear coats to protect the design, they had an impressively beautiful car that they had tuned up as a team! (x)

i swear i saw this like YEARS ago, why did it only resurface now ? 

woahhhhhh hope he never sells that car

This is adorable and awesome

(Source: swolizard)

keetongu:

this is what i turned in for history homework today

tomatomagica:

showing your drawings to someone like

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“We’ve all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That’s who we really are.”

“We’ve all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That’s who we really are.”

(Source: ohdashwood)

detectivedeathmachine:

joshbyard:

Animal Consciousness: Corvids Demonstrate a Sense of Fairness

a pair of biologists at the University of Vienna trained six carrion crows and four ravens to exchange pebble tokens for food. The researchers then created same-species pairs for a series of experiments. When the birds saw their partners getting food for free, without having to exchange tokens, they tended to exchange tokens less often. Sometimes the birds that got the short shrift even gave away tokens, but refused to take their reward. Other research has suggested that a sense of equity evolved several times in unrelated animals, the University of Vienna researchers write. Knowing what’s fair is linked to cooperative behavior in species, they say, and that makes sense with crows and ravens, which form alliances and share food and information.

(via New Study Says Unfairness Really Ruffles Crows’ Feathers | Popular Science)

Yet another reason why birds are superior to the average human.

detectivedeathmachine:

joshbyard:

Animal Consciousness: Corvids Demonstrate a Sense of Fairness

a pair of biologists at the University of Vienna trained six carrion crows and four ravens to exchange pebble tokens for food. The researchers then created same-species pairs for a series of experiments. When the birds saw their partners getting food for free, without having to exchange tokens, they tended to exchange tokens less often. Sometimes the birds that got the short shrift even gave away tokens, but refused to take their reward. Other research has suggested that a sense of equity evolved several times in unrelated animals, the University of Vienna researchers write. Knowing what’s fair is linked to cooperative behavior in species, they say, and that makes sense with crows and ravens, which form alliances and share food and information.

(via New Study Says Unfairness Really Ruffles Crows’ Feathers | Popular Science)

Yet another reason why birds are superior to the average human.