(via forgottenfeeelings)

trouserweasel:

damn right I did

trouserweasel:

damn right I did

(via tastefullyoffensive)

disney:

"Dinglehopper!"

disney:

"Dinglehopper!"

victoriousvocabulary:

SANGUINARY
[adjective]
1. involving or causing much bloodshed; bloody.
2. ready or eager to shed blood; bloodthirsty.
3. composed of or marked with blood.
Etymology: from Latin sanguinārius, “bloody”, from sanguis, “blood”.
[Lauren K. Cannon - Carmilla]

victoriousvocabulary:

SANGUINARY

[adjective]

1. involving or causing much bloodshed; bloody.

2. ready or eager to shed blood; bloodthirsty.

3. composed of or marked with blood.

Etymology: from Latin sanguinārius, “bloody”, from sanguis, “blood”.

[Lauren K. Cannon - Carmilla]

tastefullyoffensive:

[moosekleenex]

tastefullyoffensive:

[moosekleenex]

mycoolstuffdude:

Ask Me About My T-Rex T-Shirt

mycoolstuffdude:

Ask Me About My T-Rex T-Shirt

malformalady:

Bull Moose shedding velvet
Photo credit: AlaskaFreezeFrame

malformalady:

Bull Moose shedding velvet

Photo credit: AlaskaFreezeFrame

malformalady:

Albino alligator
Photo credit: Bert Neal

malformalady:

Albino alligator

Photo credit: Bert Neal

malformalady:

While the coloring is already strange enough, the burger flavors are just as equally bizarre. The black burger has squid ink colored and flavored buns, and is filled with mashed potatoes, truffle sauce, and two beef patties. The white burger features a plain bun topped with mushroom sauce, mashed potatoes, bacon and a fried chicken patty. The burgers were part of the Black and White meal being promoted by McDonald’s in Taiwan.

malformalady:

While the coloring is already strange enough, the burger flavors are just as equally bizarre. The black burger has squid ink colored and flavored buns, and is filled with mashed potatoes, truffle sauce, and two beef patties. The white burger features a plain bun topped with mushroom sauce, mashed potatoes, bacon and a fried chicken patty. The burgers were part of the Black and White meal being promoted by McDonald’s in Taiwan.

deformutilated:

The Crowhurst Yew. This ancient tree is estimated to be around 4,000 years old; maybe twice the age of the church in whose graveyard it now stands. The location of a church here may suggest an effort to put an obvious Christian stamp on a site that was already of religious or spiritual significance to a pre-Christian population, thus easing the transition of religion.
Photo credit: Dan Gregor

deformutilated:

The Crowhurst Yew. This ancient tree is estimated to be around 4,000 years old; maybe twice the age of the church in whose graveyard it now stands. The location of a church here may suggest an effort to put an obvious Christian stamp on a site that was already of religious or spiritual significance to a pre-Christian population, thus easing the transition of religion.

Photo credit: Dan Gregor