alpha-kate
adorabelledearheart:

dirtprince:

thepliablefoe:

Norwegian forest cats are the fucking best.
They look like little snow lions


MORE REASONS WHY NORWEGIAN FOREST CATS ARE THE BEST:
THE COLLOQUIAL TERM FOR THEM IS SKOGKATTENTHEY ARE ALSO CALLED FAIRY CATS IN NORWAY BECAUSE THEY’RE SO PRETTYTHEY RUN DOWN TREES HEADFIRSTTHEY’RE FRICKING GIGANTIC BABIES AND THEY PURR REALLY LOUDTHEY LITERALLY WALK OVER SNOW LIKE MOTHERLOVING LEGOLASIN NORSE MYTHOLOGY SKOGKATTS PULL THE GODDESS FREYA’S CARRIAGE WHO DOESN’T WANT A CARRIAGE PULLED BY CATSVIKING CATS END OF STORY

adorabelledearheart:

dirtprince:

thepliablefoe:

Norwegian forest cats are the fucking best.

They look like little snow lions

MORE REASONS WHY NORWEGIAN FOREST CATS ARE THE BEST:

THE COLLOQUIAL TERM FOR THEM IS SKOGKATTEN
THEY ARE ALSO CALLED FAIRY CATS IN NORWAY BECAUSE THEY’RE SO PRETTY
THEY RUN DOWN TREES HEADFIRST
THEY’RE FRICKING GIGANTIC BABIES AND THEY PURR REALLY LOUD
THEY LITERALLY WALK OVER SNOW LIKE MOTHERLOVING LEGOLAS
IN NORSE MYTHOLOGY SKOGKATTS PULL THE GODDESS FREYA’S CARRIAGE WHO DOESN’T WANT A CARRIAGE PULLED BY CATS
VIKING CATS END OF STORY

allisonkilkenny:

I wait all year to use this gif

allisonkilkenny:

I wait all year to use this gif

ladyhistory:

elizajumel:

i hate tumblr on independence day

If you look at the final Gettysburg gif posted and imagine him saying "PANCAAAKES" instead of bayonets, it makes your day much better.

ladyhistory:

image

"PANCAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKES!"

Yep, that just made my day.

sixpenceee:

As said by this IFL science article

Bartholomäus Traubeck created equipment that would translate tree rings into music by playing them on a turntable. Rather than use a needle like a record, sensors gather information about the wood’s color and texture and use an algorithm that translates variations into piano notes. The breadth of variation between individual trees results in a individualized tune.

SOURCE & LISTEN TO THE SONG

sixpenceee:

As said by this IFL science article

Bartholomäus Traubeck created equipment that would translate tree rings into music by playing them on a turntable. Rather than use a needle like a record, sensors gather information about the wood’s color and texture and use an algorithm that translates variations into piano notes. The breadth of variation between individual trees results in a individualized tune.

SOURCE & LISTEN TO THE SONG

holymaurymotherofgod:

thank you goodnight!

videre-licet:

noobtheloser:

There goes my hero. 

This Behind-the-GIF is technically a sequel. Here’s the first one.

I do a lot of these.

So do other people.

*gpoy*

victoriousvocabulary:

SPUKEN
[verb] 
1. to haunt; to visit habitually or appear to frequently as a spirit or ghost.
2. to spook.
Etymology: German.
[Lenka Simeckova - Garden]

victoriousvocabulary:

SPUKEN

[verb]

1. to haunt; to visit habitually or appear to frequently as a spirit or ghost.

2. to spook.

Etymology: German.

[Lenka Simeckova - Garden]

videre-licet:

lmaginer:

Orchid Mantis

🌞

isn’t that amazing?

renatagrieco:

May 23, 2014 - Budgerigar, Common Pet Parakeet, or Shell Parakeet (Melopsittacus undulatus) 
Inspired by this great post by pepperandpals
Budgerigars are native to dry areas of Australia. They are the third most common pet after cats and dogs and have been bred in captivity since the 1850s. This has led to the development of many color variations in captive birds, including albino, blue, cinnamon, olive, and violet. In the wild they normally travel in small nomadic flocks in search of food and water. They eat the seeds of various grasses. Like other parrots, they nest in tree or log hollows, where they lay between four and eight eggs.
This post is dedicated to my budgie, Homer. He was a strange little bird and I miss him.

renatagrieco:

May 23, 2014 - Budgerigar, Common Pet Parakeet, or Shell Parakeet (Melopsittacus undulatus

Inspired by this great post by pepperandpals

Budgerigars are native to dry areas of Australia. They are the third most common pet after cats and dogs and have been bred in captivity since the 1850s. This has led to the development of many color variations in captive birds, including albino, blue, cinnamon, olive, and violet. In the wild they normally travel in small nomadic flocks in search of food and water. They eat the seeds of various grasses. Like other parrots, they nest in tree or log hollows, where they lay between four and eight eggs.

This post is dedicated to my budgie, Homer. He was a strange little bird and I miss him.