April. 15. 2014. 07:50 pm 506 notes

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April. 15. 2014. 07:47 pm 3 notes

sweet titties my jayce is so fucking brutal

UGLY LAUGHTER

April. 15. 2014. 03:24 am 2 notes

everyone draw me jayces

give me like fucking 10000 jayces

April. 15. 2014. 03:23 am 24 notes

jimmered:

what do you do with your life if you live in a state that doesn’t have any professional sports teams literally what the hell do you do

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April. 15. 2014. 03:19 am 39,031 notes

tytarzilla:

screwthisimrecovering:

I HEARD RUMORS THAT SOMETHING WAS GOING ON IN THE THINSPO TAG, SO I DECIDED TO CHECK IT OUT AND

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LOOK AT THIS. NO MORE TINY-ASS STRIP AT THE TOP OF THE RESULTS. NO SIR, THERE’S NO WAY YOU CAN MISS THIS. AN ENTIRE FUCKING PAGE DEDICATED TO TRYING TO GET PEOPLE HELP.

STAFF IS DONEWITH THIS PRO-ANA BULLSHIT.

WAY TO GO STAFF. WAY TO FUCKING GO!

They’ve also put this up in the suicide tag too!

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April. 15. 2014. 03:15 am 592 notes

barauniversity:

im laughing really hard

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April. 15. 2014. 03:09 am 43,341 notes

jaidefinichon:

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April. 15. 2014. 02:33 am 31,777 notes

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April. 15. 2014. 01:21 am 60,105 notes

tojothethief:

Just bull things. 

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April. 14. 2014. 11:37 pm 10,538 notes

mucholderthen:

FATAL ATTRACTION
THE SPINY FLOWER MANTIS
Native to southern and eastern Africa

While at rest Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii is well camouflaged. In fact, its imitation of a flower is so good that prey insects will attempt to pollinate it. Instead, the mantis seizes and eats them. P. wahlbergii is very aggressive and has the ability to kill prey several times larger than itself

The top photo shows the spiny flower mantis in a threat display, spreading its forewings,making itself appear larger, and prominently displaying its eyespots to startle would-be predators. 

Animalia  >  Arthropoda  >  Insecta  >  Mantodea  >  Hymenopodidae  >  …

Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii Stål, 1871

TOP Adult male Spiny Flower Mantis - Threat pose (by Frupus)
Other photos from Ralf  (Celimaniac)
SOURCES: Wikipedia and deadlyMantis

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