erraticartist:

cupsnake:

You know what the Green Heron is basically the best heron because it is like 90% neck so when it is all folded down it looks like a giant head with wings and legs

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but then suddenly ZOOP

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fucking green herrons

What the fuck

This is why giraffes and birds shouldn’t mate… 

(via coacobeans)

For real though.

nomorewaterthefirenexttime:

If you’re at a pool, and there’s some kids running, and the life guard shouts “No running!” do you interject with “EXCUSE ME, NOT ALL OF US WERE RUNNING.”

If you’re in class, and a classmate is eating, and your professor addresses his students, “There’s no…

itsmariacarmen asked:

People who bitch about the BDSM/kink community hating Fifty Shades of Grey don't get why they hate it. It's just the same as people who've been abused understand what's abusive in this series from Christian himself. We're not assholes hating this series and the author for no good reason. We have reasons. We understand. I'm speaking as a abuse victim, not a kinkster.

Queen Peasant Princess Answer:

thepositivemalebody:

Body positivity
A lot of people think that only women struggle with body image issues. I don’t know if all men do, but I know that several men also struggle with these issues. As a gay man, a man who’s attracted to other men, I think I’m particularly critical of my body. 
But I’m attracted to thick, chubby guys with big soft bellies. However, I never apply the same standard to myself. I always look at myself and think “I need to be thinner” or “I wish I didn’t have these love handles or this belly.” 
But I’m working hard to accept myself for who I am. My body reflects me, that I’m on anti-depressants that affect my weight, that I like the occasional beer, that I’ve quit smoking, that I walk my dog four times a day. And my tattoos (the JLA one is blocked by my arm) help express who I am on the inside via art on my skin.
Even though I’m not at my thinnest and I’m not the most conventionally attractive guy, I’m really growing to love my body and be happy with myself. It takes a lot of work, but this is me, and I’m pretty okay with that.

thepositivemalebody:

Body positivity

A lot of people think that only women struggle with body image issues. I don’t know if all men do, but I know that several men also struggle with these issues. As a gay man, a man who’s attracted to other men, I think I’m particularly critical of my body. 

But I’m attracted to thick, chubby guys with big soft bellies. However, I never apply the same standard to myself. I always look at myself and think “I need to be thinner” or “I wish I didn’t have these love handles or this belly.” 

But I’m working hard to accept myself for who I am. My body reflects me, that I’m on anti-depressants that affect my weight, that I like the occasional beer, that I’ve quit smoking, that I walk my dog four times a day. And my tattoos (the JLA one is blocked by my arm) help express who I am on the inside via art on my skin.

Even though I’m not at my thinnest and I’m not the most conventionally attractive guy, I’m really growing to love my body and be happy with myself. It takes a lot of work, but this is me, and I’m pretty okay with that.

(via stophatingyourbody)

mufasamonsta:

tahthetrickster:

i really like looking at google image searches for “firemen rescuing cats” or something because you get super cute pictures like

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AND THEN THERE’S THIS ONE

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"THAT’S RIGHT TWAS I that set the house ablaze!!!”

(via commander-jelly)