lokis-green-and-golden-queen:

mecto-amorous:

sleepyshibe:

1 sqft of bun

Fun fact: a group of bunnies is called a fluffle.

1 SQFT OF FLUFFLE

lokis-green-and-golden-queen:

mecto-amorous:

sleepyshibe:

1 sqft of bun

Fun fact: a group of bunnies is called a fluffle.

1 SQFT OF FLUFFLE

(Source: furything, via that-elf-from-smirkwood)

chepibola:

does anyone else have “the chair”

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(via pizza)

(Source: amandaadamms)

thecutestofthecute:

Cats With Flower Crowns!

When my friends ask me if I want to get burgers on Good Friday

catie-does-things:

shanahanthegael:

catholicliving:

And I’m like…

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Or any Friday throughout the year…

When my friends ask me if I want to get burgers on Friday in the Octave of Easter:

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(via thatcurioustruth)

tbdressfashion:

Lovely stripped dress

xion1212:

I want to live in a world as crazy as the “none of these stories” from red eye.

(via dancewithmelampy)

magdalena49:

thirstiest:

nentindo:

hokeyfright:

can the science side of tumblr explain this

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swag • per • a • tion /swaəgpərashion/

adj. To channel the swagger inside of you and turn it into pure teleportation energy.

i.e. “dude, this party blows, i’m swagperating out of here”

this person wrote a noun, listed it as an adjective, and defined and used it as a verb

This is why we don’t trust the science side to define. Explain, don’t define.

(via fandomsandconservativelogic)

emilye:

britishblu:

When pro-‘life’rs say “It’s not a 'fetus', it’s a baby!”
No.
It’s not.
[not only by the words’ definitions but also because science]

You do realize it says "unborn human baby" in the definition of fetus, right?
For the record, “baby” is actually not a medical or scientific term anyway.  A newly or recently born human child is a “neonate.”  Similarly, “fetus” does not describe what it is so much as it describes a stage of development.  Human development goes like this: zygote —> embryo —> fetus —> neonate —> infant —> toddler —> child —> adolescent —> adult.  These are the developmental stages of a human being, and they are conceptual constructions for convenience of description, NOT separate entities.   In referring to “the embryo,” or “the fetus,” we are not referring to something distinct from the human being that each of us is, but rather to a certain stage in the development of each human being. 
And that’s not a matter of opinion, conjecture, speculation or theory. Rather, it’s the expression of reality as determined by scientific observation and analysis.

emilye:

britishblu:

When pro-‘life’rs say “It’s not a 'fetus', it’s a baby!

No.

It’s not.

[not only by the words’ definitions but also because science]

You do realize it says "unborn human babyin the definition of fetus, right?

For the record, “baby” is actually not a medical or scientific term anyway.  A newly or recently born human child is a “neonate.”  Similarly, “fetus” does not describe what it is so much as it describes a stage of development.  Human development goes like this: zygote —> embryo —> fetus —> neonate —> infant —> toddler —> child —> adolescent —> adult.  These are the developmental stages of a human being, and they are conceptual constructions for convenience of description, NOT separate entities.   In referring to “the embryo,” or “the fetus,” we are not referring to something distinct from the human being that each of us is, but rather to a certain stage in the development of each human being. 

And that’s not a matter of opinion, conjecture, speculation or theory. Rather, it’s the expression of reality as determined by scientific observation and analysis.

(via dancewithmelampy)

Tags: prolife