pepperandpals:

"Let me out pweese."

birdsonly:

European Blackbird (juvenile bird) ~ Amsel (Jungvogel) ~ Turdus merula
My submission for NO EDIT FRIDAY PORTRAIT - argh, I had to edit my caption now but I’m still submitting my unedited PORTRAIT (hehe) of a giant baby blackbird. :-)
2014 © Jesse Alveo 

birdsonly:

European Blackbird (juvenile bird) ~ Amsel (Jungvogel) ~ Turdus merula

My submission for NO EDIT FRIDAY PORTRAIT - argh, I had to edit my caption now but I’m still submitting my unedited PORTRAIT (hehe) of a giant baby blackbird. :-)

2014 © Jesse Alveo 

(Source: lokalrunde)

unamusedsloth:

Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen

me:
[gently touches the sleeping cat]
cat:
[makes a tiny cat noise]
me:
ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh nooooooooooooooooooooooooo ohh noo ohhhhh nooooooo oh no oh nooooo oh my god oh noooo

Careful, honey, it’s loaded,” he said, reentering the bedroom.

Her back rested against the headboard. “This for your wife?”

“No. Too chancy. I’m hiring a professional.”

“How about me?”

He smirked. “Cute. But who’d be dumb enough to hire a lady hit man?”

She wet her lips, sighting along the barrel.

“Your wife.

—"Bedtime Story" by Jeffrey Whitmore (via 01012012)

(Source: talesofnorth)

whisperingcourage:

smallandtinyhomeideas:

via Tiny House Build
hat tip to tinyhouseamerica

i want this

stupidshinji:

My icon is also the expression that I permanently have on my face.

(Source: bakagin)

hexgoddess:

A girl? with a peNIS? I TOOK EIGHTH GRADE BIOLOGY AND HAVE A FRAGILE AND ARBITRARY WORLDVIEW TIME TO BE A CONDESCENDING FUCK

(Source: punwitch)


'Fairy rings' in moss, Rainbow Mountains region near the Laugavegur trekking route, Iceland. Carpets of moss are common in Iceland’s highland regions. This photo shows a peculiar natural formation, known in Icelandic as “witch’s rings”.
Photo credit: Petr Brož

'Fairy rings' in moss, Rainbow Mountains region near the Laugavegur trekking route, Iceland. Carpets of moss are common in Iceland’s highland regions. This photo shows a peculiar natural formation, known in Icelandic as “witch’s rings”.

Photo credit: Petr Brož

(Source: malformalady)