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Welcome to the blog of a 19 year old Winnipegger.
You will see different things, things like W.I.P's, Drawings, Supernatural, the occasional Disney, a dash of Pokemon, and some other games.
And can't forget the occasional bitch.
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The background here: my girlfriend had a 1944 dollhouse that she grew up with, and acquired bits of ‘furniture’ to make the experience more real. We were just down at her mom’s place for the holidays and, feeling nostalgic, she set up the bedroom. Her cat, Sunny, being the quirky thing that she is, finds new things interesting and manifests this curiosity by lying on them. These pics capture that moment: a small doll house bedroom with a gigantic Maine Coon, head resting on the pillow and everything. The first pic caught her getting comfortable, with her tongue just sticking out of her mouth.

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tokachiku:

hardcoreandmetalbitch:

One of the best scenes of Malcolm in the Middle ever.

that fucking kid took one for the team

girljunko said: hey if you're still looking for a noibat i'ld be happy to breed you one / grab one from the friend safari!

No, I managed to get one just before I stopped

Thank you for the offer though :D

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there are so many super nice people on the internet with basically no audience and there are people who are so rude and mean who get treated like gods

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awkwardsituationist:

brazil’s yacare caiman was once hunted to near extinction for its valuable skin, but thanks to a global ban on the trade, its home in the pantanal — the world’s largest wetland, situated along along the paraguay river — now supports the world’s largest population of crocodiles. the caiman, however, face new threats: deforestation, dams, tourism, mining and seaport development.

photos by luciano candisani, who notes that the caiman are neither aggressive nor fearful but, for the most part, approachable - especially when busy with the shoal fish seen here in the pantanal’s shallow, murky waters.