misfit right in
slytherin/
the gentle hum of anxiety
put-that-in-barry:

I have never in my life seen this image photoshopped as the guy wanted it

put-that-in-barry:

I have never in my life seen this image photoshopped as the guy wanted it

tagged as .random .meme

sadsexypotato:

*fills a coconut with shower gel*

aesthetic

tagged as .random
tagged as .random
neoshadownight:

elsarendelle:

IVE BEEN LAUGHING AT THIS FOR ABOUT 10 YEARS

BEEN LAUGHING SINCE THE RENAISSANCE

neoshadownight:

elsarendelle:

IVE BEEN LAUGHING AT THIS FOR ABOUT 10 YEARS

BEEN LAUGHING SINCE THE RENAISSANCE

tagged as .random
tagged as .random
fightingscholarlykrogan:

thehalfbloodprinceofbelair:

hashtag-metis-swag:

mapsontheweb:

The contour of some American states form a Chef carrying a tray of fried chicken

This is so important

nOBODY has mentioned the fact that the chicken is Kentucky
kentucky fried chicken

the conspiracy slowly unravels

fightingscholarlykrogan:

thehalfbloodprinceofbelair:

hashtag-metis-swag:

mapsontheweb:

The contour of some American states form a Chef carrying a tray of fried chicken

This is so important

nOBODY has mentioned the fact that the chicken is Kentucky

kentucky fried chicken

the conspiracy slowly unravels

tagged as .random .the fuck
tagged as .random

lm-g1:

sixpenceee:

As stated by Huffington Post

Researchers are now determined that plants have the ability to respond to being chewed. 

Basically, plants in the study were able to “hear” themselves being eaten, creating a type of defense mode against their prey, the caterpillar.

Using a laser microphone, the scientist were able to record the vibrations and sounds of caterpillars chewing on plant leaves. The scientists played them to the plants before caterpillars had a chance to nibble. As it turns out, when plants were exposed to these chewing vibrations for a few hours, they reacted by producing increased amounts of mustard oils — which caterpillars hate!

Many articles are springing up with “bad news for vegan community” based on this finding, but researchers only said that this finding will help find new ways to defend plants against pesky insects.

SOURCE

This is both terrifying and yet, immensely intriguing. 

oozma-kappas:

clavid:


this looks like something out of a horror movie like imagine that thing tunring around and having a people face and walking on two feet

oozma-kappas:

clavid:

this looks like something out of a horror movie like imagine that thing tunring around and having a people face and walking on two feet

image

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