dancingtothelight:

I don’t know the source for this otherwise I’d give it
this is where I found it
but this is the most amazing solution to the biggest Harry Potter mystery
original source thanks to a lovely individual

dancingtothelight:

I don’t know the source for this otherwise I’d give it

this is where I found it

but this is the most amazing solution to the biggest Harry Potter mystery

original source thanks to a lovely individual


"Otters have a skin flap that forms a pocket so they can keep their favorite rock with them. They use this rock to break open mollusks when eating. Some otters go their entire lives carrying the same rock!” source

"Otters have a skin flap that forms a pocket so they can keep their favorite rock with them. They use this rock to break open mollusks when eating. Some otters go their entire lives carrying the same rock!” source

(Source: metamorphosis-of-a-soul)

brutalitoast:

awkward-fallen-angel:

somnone:

nonespark:

gohomepandayadrunk:

majorsarcasm19:

lifeofadisneykid:

BEST

Flynn Rider has his priorities sorted. 

Flynn Rider is the only sane person in Disney.

other than

image

Maybe they’re related

Its the hair

IT IS THE HAIR HOLY CRAP

(Source: dannedehan)

rosewolfy:

Doctor Who meme: 7 Outfits [5/7]

Clara Oswald in “Journey To The Centre Of The TARDIS”

the-hero-in-the-flower-crown:

onceuponamirror:

emmas-scoundrel:

#never over the ayebrow and the little smile when jen leans over for a hug #or actual puppy colin leaning in for some snuggling #or actual 5-year-old colin pouting (✿◠‿◠) [x]

can we also talk about how they’re actually hook and emma in the first gif

Colin looks like he’s about to fall asleep on Jen’s shoulder in the second gif and that is the cutest thing in the world

fiction-is-happier:

sarahseeandersen:

I’ll probably just wear T-shirts forever.

And then people get mad when our bras are showing

fiction-is-happier:

sarahseeandersen:

I’ll probably just wear T-shirts forever.

And then people get mad when our bras are showing

still-snow-white:

vicemag:

I Fertilized Lettuce With My Period Blood, Then Made a Salad
In college, a friend who didn’t shave her armpits lent me her copy of Inga Muscio’s feminist treatise Cunt: A Declaration of Independence. Paging through it instantly gave me a ton of great ideas, like supporting female-run businesses and LGBT rights and checking out my vagina with a compact mirror. Then there were some I wasn’t immediately sold on, like abortion via reflexology and, more specifically, using menstrual blood as plant fertilizer.
The period-blood-fertilizer reference is buried among descriptions of alternative feminine-care products: “You can squeeze the blood out into a jar, fill it with water, and feed it to your houseplants, who… [a friend] assured me, ‘absolutely adore the stuff.’” Shocked, I googled the trend and, sure enough, found a few green-living and apocalypse-prep websites supporting the idea of gardening with the crimson wave.
Blood contains three primary plant macronutrients—nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Plants demand these in large amounts so they can actually survive or whatever. The granddaddy of the bloody nutrients, though, is nitrogen, which helps boost plants’ overall luster and growth. So, as a poor gardener and menstrual-cup enthusiast, I decided to collect my next cycle to help grow some plants.
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still-snow-white:

vicemag:

I Fertilized Lettuce With My Period Blood, Then Made a Salad

In college, a friend who didn’t shave her armpits lent me her copy of Inga Muscio’s feminist treatise Cunt: A Declaration of Independence. Paging through it instantly gave me a ton of great ideas, like supporting female-run businesses and LGBT rights and checking out my vagina with a compact mirror. Then there were some I wasn’t immediately sold on, like abortion via reflexology and, more specifically, using menstrual blood as plant fertilizer.

The period-blood-fertilizer reference is buried among descriptions of alternative feminine-care products: “You can squeeze the blood out into a jar, fill it with water, and feed it to your houseplants, who… [a friend] assured me, ‘absolutely adore the stuff.’” Shocked, I googled the trend and, sure enough, found a few green-living and apocalypse-prep websites supporting the idea of gardening with the crimson wave.

Blood contains three primary plant macronutrients—nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Plants demand these in large amounts so they can actually survive or whatever. The granddaddy of the bloody nutrients, though, is nitrogen, which helps boost plants’ overall luster and growth. So, as a poor gardener and menstrual-cup enthusiast, I decided to collect my next cycle to help grow some plants.

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This is some Little Shop of Horrors shit

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