Sanjai, a 20-years old bull (male elephant), sees himself for the first time in front of a mirror. [x]
elephants are fucking awesome.
#emmy nominated television
DID NOT SEE THAT COMING.
what the shit
asexual sirens getting real fuckin pissed about all these sailors interrupting choir rehearsal
sirens are already asexual they dont have sex with the men they kill them
well no wonder they kill them they keep interrupting choir rehearsal
me as a detective
Did you know that Crush is portrayed “high” because Sea Turtles actually eat jellyfish and the poisons inside the jelly doesn’t actually harm the turtle but instead intoxicates them much like marijuana does for humans.
i just thought it was because he was supposed to be a “surfer dude”
JK Rowling’s and Evanna Lynch’s twitter conversation
Inclusive children go far.
Kids are too smart for this school crap.
not to mention drinking hot drinks. steamy glasses will be the death of me
Emptying a steamy dishwasher. Pouring out a hot pan of water. Rain. Sand. Random scratches that just appear in your vision.
you know those feels
when you’re so into something
and you just wanna talk about it all the time but everyone else around you would be like wat
Today on Social Anxiety Theatre: mentally rehearsing elaborate justifications for completely innocuous actions just in case some hypothetical interlocutor demands an explanation.
Oh my god OTHER PEOPLE DO THIS TOO???
OH MY GOD I’M NOT ALONE
Someone should just cut it off and run
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Former astronaut Mark Kelly explains how an ad that informs voters about where candidates stand on gun violence isn’t a reason for press (see: Politico) to call his wife Gabby Giffords ”mean,” especially with American lives at stake.
The reality of how lax gun laws increase people being shot to death by intimate partners is illustrated in this very telling Mother Jones graph:
States that choose to deal with domestic violence by focusing on arming women are making a big mistake.
Some chilling numbers, via Everytown for Gun Safety:
More than half of the women killed with guns in the U.S. are murdered by their partners. Every month, 46 women are shot and killed in the U.S. by a current or former boyfriend or spouse. We researched mass shootings between January 2009 and January 2013 and found that 57 percent of mass shootings involved the murder of a partner or other close family member.
i can’t stop laughting
This was an adventure
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