Inspired by Drake and Josh when Josh ran over Oprah.
(via gommage)Posted on December 8, 2013 at 3:03 PM
im gonna do that thing where u message someone randomly asking for ur sandals back ill keep u guys updated
oh my god
people are so nICE ABOUT THIS
things have taken a dramatic turn
dammit my cover is blown
PEOPLE ARE WAY TO NICE ABOUT MY NON EXISTENT SANDALS
IM HAVING THE TIME OF MY LIFE
(via pizza)Posted on December 8, 2013 at 2:35 PM
there are children on this site
christ the red one
actual visual representation of cecil baldwin’s voice
I just couldn’t resist reblogging this!
(via spiderbrother)Posted on December 8, 2013 at 2:07 PM
Posted on December 8, 2013 at 1:39 PM
Octopus changes colour outside the water
It looks like it’s dying
OH GOD. THAT’S SO FUCKING SCARY.
Waaaaait whoa. Guys. He’s also changing the texture of his skin, along with attempting to match the tone of the ship’s(?) floor.
HE’S TRYING TO BLEND IN.
HE KNOWS HE’S IN DANGER AND HE’S SCARED AND DOESN’T WANT TO BE SEEN.
SHHHHH NO BABY OCTOPUS COME HERE IT’S OKAY <3
We literally have a shape shifting animal with the best camouflage mechanism in nature and nobody thinks that’s the coolest shit like what the fuck we could learn so much from it’s biology everyone needs to get outta my face cause this creature is metal as fuck
Mushrooms have an extraordinary ability to control the weather, scientists have learned.
By altering the moisture of the air around them, they whip up winds that blow away their spores and help them disperse.
Plants use a variety of methods to spread seeds, including gravity, forceful ejection, wind, water and animals. Mushrooms have long been thought of as passive seed spreaders, releasing their spores and then relying on air currents to carry them.
But new research has shown that mushrooms are able to disperse their spores over a wide area even when there is not a breath of wind - by creating their own weather.
Scientists in the US used high-speed filming techniques and mathematical modelling to show how oyster and Shitake mushrooms release water vapour that cools the air around them, creating convection currents. This in turn generates miniature winds that lift their spores into the air.
I for one welcome our new fungal overlords
I once made that exact same statement in response to an article about how some fungi have developed ways of "farming" animals and humans for their own benefit, and people started screaming.
(via asexualsuccubus)Posted on December 8, 2013 at 1:32 PM
Posted on December 8, 2013 at 11:46 AM
Donna and Ten have the funniest relathionship.
internet friendship (◡‿◡✿)
(via therandompuppy)Posted on December 8, 2013 at 10:49 AM