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peter-pans-booty-shorts:

ohhowlucky:

danteogodofsoup:

killbenedictcumberbatch:

standupcomedyblog:

John Mulaney | The Salt & Pepper Diner

THE BEST JOKE IN EXISTENCE

GOD I JUST TOLD SOMEONE ABOUT THIS STORY

This is one of the best pieces of comedy that I have ever had the pleasure of witnessing. I love this. I have been looking for this online for awhile.

This is my favorite story ever and I will reblog it every time I see it.

dj-trondle

weloveshortvideos:

Random crow shows up on dude’s porch, looks him straight in the face and says ‘fuck you’

897 playsDownload
godden:

confirmed

godden:

confirmed

pumpkinkraken:

good way 2 chill out: look up rly simple things like “eyes” and “smile” and “dirt” on wikipedia and feel like an alien doing research on the planet earth

rashaka:

superseventies:

At home with Harrison Ford, 1978 

The only valid reason to time travel is to go back to the 1970’s and bang Harrison Ford. There is no other decent reason.  Fuck historical events! No, fuck Harrison Ford.

effingtomb:

you-and-me-divine:

If you didn’t think “Shia LaBeouf” could get better, you were wrong.

I literally can’t believe this exists there are tears in my eyes that I don’t remember crying

libutron:

Weale’s Running Frog | ©Ashley Tubbs  

(Phumelela Local Municipality, Free State, South Africa)

Semnodactylus wealii (Hyperoliidae), better known as Weale’s running frog, Weale’s frog, or Rattling frog, is a small (males up to 44 mm), South African Kassina-like frog, monotypic within the genus Semnodactylus.

Weale’s running frog has dorsum grey with dark stripes which are normally divided longitudinally. The ventrum is coarsely granular. Hands and feet bright yellow. No discs on hands and feet. 

The voice is a coarse, loud rattle, which lasts half a second, hence the common name of Rattling frog. The sound has been compared with the creak of a cork being removed from a bottle. 

This species is distributed in both the temperate and subtropical regions of eastern and south-eastern South Africa, and can be found in Lesotho, South Africa, and Swaziland.

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lotsofbirds:

Northern Bald Ibis (Geronticus eremita)
Distribution: Greatly reduced to only Morocco and Turkey
IUCN Status: Critically Endangered
{ Ecology } { Vocalizations } { eBird }
(Photo by Agustin Povedano // CC 2.0)

lotsofbirds:

Northern Bald Ibis (Geronticus eremita)

Distribution: Greatly reduced to only Morocco and Turkey

IUCN Status: Critically Endangered

Ecology } { Vocalizations } { eBird }

(Photo by Agustin Povedano // CC 2.0)