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lackofbelief:

Oh yeah? Well, why do we have two hands, then?

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micthemicrophone:

its-boo-nedict:

midnightbex:

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miggylol:

epic4chan:

Australian possum vs American possum 

I had this exact conversation with an Australian friend. She was startled and said that oh, she must have just heard a possum outside her window.

Me: “OH GOD CLOSE YOUR WINDOW RIGHT NOW D:”

After an amusingly long circular conversation where she thought I was irrationally scared of the adorable little animal on the left, we figured out that we were discussing two very different animals. She sent me a picture, I awwed. Then I sent her a picture.

"WHAT IS THAT THING?!"

The last time I saw one that wasn’t roadkill, it was hissing at me from the shadows of a dark driveway I was walking past and I just bolted for a good hundred feet or so out of reflex.

This may be the only time the US wins in a head to head competition for scarier animals with Australia.

the one marsupial we do have, and it’s this fucking thing

There was a mix up and we got Australia’s Possum. 

Well put!

(via gardevoyeur)

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jtotheizzoe:

You know it’s spring when, just after sunset, the refrigerator constellation rises in the western sky.

(But seriously, remember that our perspective on the stars is at the same time wonderfully unique but not at all special, and the stellar stories that we write are products not only of our imaginations, but also our brain’s relentless desire to recognize patterns in random assortments of far away dots)

(Source: lyeriz, via physicistsneedlovetoo)

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everythingloureed:

1986-ish, by Bonnie Datt.

(via electric-sympathy)

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rinmatsuokasfree:

the-singular-experience:

a-mock-turtle:

federalists:

are you really bisexual?

Prove it, complete this bisexual obstacle course

omg can I please?

that sounds fun

Like some kind of bisexual Wipeout

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If you think the Bisexual Obstacle course was hard, just wait until you see the Pansexual’s Labyrinth.

I wasn’t sure if I was going to reblog this until I saw “Pansexual’s Labyrinth”.

(via darwinsminion)

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lackofbelief:

Lt. Worf, from Star Trek, explains the Klingon view on matters of religious belief.

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