1. lokis-green-and-golden-queen:

    yes please I’d like them all thank you

    I’ll take the Hulk, thank you.

    Reblogged from: persipanprinzessin
  2. I’m so ridiculously self-conscious, I don’t even dare post the fan fiction I write on an anonymous blog… *sigh*

  3. mistyfire24:

Oh my god <3

    mistyfire24:

    Oh my god <3

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  4. perlockholmes:

    risachantag:

    Because I still find Daleks strangely adorable for evil heartless killing machines. Which is your favourite?

    "procreate"

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  5. lotsofcatsandcheapwine:

    pyreo:

    mantoniospam:

    I am legitimately angry at this.

    Paddy Power, an unapologetic, scummy betting company who have (among other things) taken bets on the outcome of the Oscar Pistorius trial and published a transphobic as hell advert, have chopped down a portion of the Amazon rainforest. As a publicity stunt.

    D’you mind reblogging this? I think that people should hear about this, because this is just a new low.

    What the fuck are they DOING

    OK, LET ME SCIENCE YOUR FUCKING MINDS RIGHT NOW. BECAUSE I HAVE WRITTEN TOO MANY FUCKING ESSAYS ON HABITAT FRAGMENTATION TO LET A “NOT THAT MUCH” COMMENT GO WITHOUT SOME HARD. CORE. SCIENCE.

    An animal’s (or a plant’s) habitat is defined by a huge number of characteristics. Not just enough heat or rain or food. No, a given amount of humidity, a specific plant, or, lets say, A GIVEN DISTANCE FROM HUMAN HABITATION AND CHANGE. Roads, therefore, which most species see as “change”, basically cut habitats into little chunks. So, even if you have a lot of, oh, I don’t know, rainforest, if it is in a bunch of little chunks, it can’t be used. Many animals, particularly large “charismatic” species, need lots of space.

    If the space is broken, then, it can’t really be used. It means that many species can’t move through it. It means that it is harder to find a mate. And it means, many times, that species CANNOT SURVIVE.

    TLDR: Lots of times, it is how land is arranged, not how much of it there is, that dictates how “good” an area is.

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  6. medicalschool:

A child’s skull prior to loosing it’s baby teeth

    medicalschool:

    A child’s skull prior to loosing it’s baby teeth

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  7. Reblogged from: freshcleanfit
  8. PUNJAMMIES™ are made by women in India rescued from forced prostitution seeking to rebuild their lives. Proceeds from the sales of PUNJAMMIES™ provide fair-trade wages, savings accounts, and holistic recovery care.

    Reblogged from: mistyknights
  9. persipanprinzessin:

buddddddiiiiieeeeeeessssss @caro_gei so happy to see you again #wgtleipzig

Wow, that turned out well! So happy we hung out alllllllllll weekend :D

    persipanprinzessin:

    buddddddiiiiieeeeeeessssss @caro_gei so happy to see you again #wgtleipzig

    Wow, that turned out well! So happy we hung out alllllllllll weekend :D

    Reblogged from: persipanprinzessin
  10. pessimisticporcupine:

    So uh, to any followers who usually do run, is it normal to feel extremely shakey after a run? I didnt even run that long but now I feel very faint and am shaking so much to the point where it is difficult to type this…

    That sounds like you’re low on blood sugar and would need to eat something. It’s a sign that you probably didn’t eat well/enough before (was it a morning run?) or during your run. I’m not an expert but I personally do not consider this “normal” or “good”, although the feeling will pass relatively fast once you eat something (fruit is best).

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