kgschmidt:

I have nothing intelligent to say about this drawing.

It’s very late at night and here’s the version my spuz drew.

kgschmidt:

I have nothing intelligent to say about this drawing.

It’s very late at night and here’s the version my spuz drew.

Stupid dumb OCs my husband made me draw it he drew his and it was gorgeous.

Stupid dumb OCs my husband made me draw it he drew his and it was gorgeous.

upperstories:

tony-the-talking-pizzer:

chocolateist:

pardonmewhileipanic:

bestnatesmithever:

captcreate:

The leg up at the end tho.

I like the coach, putting his hands on his knees like, “Welp, that wasn’t it.”

i was almost like “oh man that sucks” and then her leg popped and i fucking lost it

That leg is killing me

THE LEG KILLED ME

falling with style

upperstories:

tony-the-talking-pizzer:

chocolateist:

pardonmewhileipanic:

bestnatesmithever:

captcreate:

The leg up at the end tho.

I like the coach, putting his hands on his knees like, “Welp, that wasn’t it.”

i was almost like “oh man that sucks” and then her leg popped and i fucking lost it

That leg is killing me

THE LEG KILLED ME

falling with style

malformalady:

Stunning images have emerged of a rare sight at Uluru, one of Australia’s most iconic natural wonders in the southern part of the Northern Territory, when it was covered with innumerable streams of water. The large sandstone formation, also known as Ayers Rock which is located in the heart of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, is one of the most recognisable ancient landmarks of the country and stands 348 meters-high, spans 3.6km and is 1.9km wide. It is estimated that about 1 per cent of visitors to Uluru get the chance to see waterfalls cascading off the rock.
Photo credit: Tom McShane/Exclusivepix

malformalady:

Stunning images have emerged of a rare sight at Uluru, one of Australia’s most iconic natural wonders in the southern part of the Northern Territory, when it was covered with innumerable streams of water. The large sandstone formation, also known as Ayers Rock which is located in the heart of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, is one of the most recognisable ancient landmarks of the country and stands 348 meters-high, spans 3.6km and is 1.9km wide. It is estimated that about 1 per cent of visitors to Uluru get the chance to see waterfalls cascading off the rock.

Photo credit: Tom McShane/Exclusivepix

GABE IF YOU HAVE NOT RUN ACROSS HOZIER YET YOU NEED TO LISTEN TO HIM.  Recommended: Take Me To Church, Like Real People, Angel of Small Death and the Codeine Scene, I Don’t Know I Haven’t Listened To Anything Else Yet.
Jesse, you might like him too, but this guy was MADE for Gabe.

ered-jaeger:

myrntai:

Flock of Owls III + IV

Ink, Copics and white gel pen.

Look at these cuties *-*

I think my favourite is the rainbow owl :D

jumpingjacktrash:

deepsea:

(via Square biscuit starfish - Pixdaus)

is this a real thing good grief
seriously evolution
why

More importantly, who will knit me Biscuit Starfish hotpads/washcloths?

jumpingjacktrash:

deepsea:

(via Square biscuit starfish - Pixdaus)

is this a real thing good grief

seriously evolution

why

More importantly, who will knit me Biscuit Starfish hotpads/washcloths?