P(e)O(ple)RK

I'm not saying the trout are a vengeful breed, but if they were I'd probably be public enemy number one.

pospiscal:

smokeandcitrine:

Animals you never knew existed!

1) Maned Wolf

2) Pink Fairy Armadillo

3) Patagonian Mara

4) Raccoon Dog

5) Sunda Colugo

6) Irrawaddy Dolphin

are these pokemon

Legitimately thought this was some weird photoshop animal mashup post

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I. Can’t. Even.

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becausebirds:

How my Red-tailed Hawk says hello. x

Same


The youngest of the Great Houses, born during the Wars of Conquest. Its founder, Orys Baratheon, was rumored to be Aegon the Dragon’s bastard brother. Orys rose through the ranks to become one of Aegon’s fiercest commanders. When he defeated and slew Argillac the Arrogant, the last Storm King, in open battle outside Storm’s End overlooking Shipwrecker’s Bay; Aegon rewarded him with Argillac’s castle, lands, and daughter. Orys took the girl to bride, and adopted the banner, honors, and words of her line. The Baratheon sigil is the stag, and their words are Ours is the Fury.

The youngest of the Great Houses, born during the Wars of Conquest. Its founder, Orys Baratheon, was rumored to be Aegon the Dragon’s bastard brother. Orys rose through the ranks to become one of Aegon’s fiercest commanders. When he defeated and slew Argillac the Arrogant, the last Storm King, in open battle outside Storm’s End overlooking Shipwrecker’s Bay; Aegon rewarded him with Argillac’s castle, lands, and daughter. Orys took the girl to bride, and adopted the banner, honors, and words of her line. The Baratheon sigil is the stag, and their words are Ours is the Fury.

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humansofnewyork:

"I want to either open a liquor store or a funeral parlor.""Why those two things?""I figure those are the two things that everyone needs."

Truth

humansofnewyork:

"I want to either open a liquor store or a funeral parlor."
"Why those two things?"
"I figure those are the two things that everyone needs."

Truth

pulp /'pəlpn.

1. A soft, moist, shapeless mass of matter.

2. A magazine or book containing lurid subject matter and being characteristically printed on rough, unfinished paper.

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