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nonomella:

here are some excerpts from my thanksgiving lesson. one class just couldn’t let the whole squanto thing go. it was not a particularly productive lesson.

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Me:Where are the owls? WHERE ARE THE OWLS?
Hooters Waitress:Please sir, you're causing a fuss and disturbing the other customers-
Me:*banging my hands rhythmically on the table* WHERE-ARE-THE-OWLS? WHERE-ARE-THE-OWLS? WHERE ARE THE OWLS?
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Anonymous asked: why do australians drink so much alcohol..


Answer:

champagnepapa:

to forget that tony abbott is essentially in control of our lives

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allcreatures:


As he approaches the grand old age of 28, ‘Patrick’ or ‘Paddy’ the common wombat is believed to be the oldest of his kind in captivity. The old timer, who lives at the Ballarat Wildlife Park in Australia, has now been included in a list by CNN of the best mascots from cities across the globe, alongside Knut the polar bear and a cat that runs a train station in Japan

Picture: David Caird/Newspix/REX (via Animal photos of the week - Telegraph)

allcreatures:

As he approaches the grand old age of 28, ‘Patrick’ or ‘Paddy’ the common wombat is believed to be the oldest of his kind in captivity. The old timer, who lives at the Ballarat Wildlife Park in Australia, has now been included in a list by CNN of the best mascots from cities across the globe, alongside Knut the polar bear and a cat that runs a train station in Japan

Picture: David Caird/Newspix/REX (via Animal photos of the week - Telegraph)

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tapdancers:

wwehs:

how to be an adult

im sad this was so short because he was about to go so hard

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shootforthrills:

omgtiffanywtf:

Chopper Games

Shit looks mad fun!
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astronomy-to-zoology:

Snowberry Clearwing (Hemaris diffinis)

…is a species of “Hummingbird” Sphinx Moth (Sphingidae) which is widely distributed throughout North America. Adult snowberry clearwings are often seen in flowery fields during the day where they will feed, like the hummingbirds they are named after, on nectar from flowers. Snowberry clearwings are typically seen flying from March to September, however this season can be shorter the north north they occur. Snowberry clearwings will have two generations per year. With caterpillars feeding on dogbane, honeysuckle, and of course snowberry. 

Classification

Animalia-Arthropoda-Insecta-Lepidoptera-Bombycoidea-Sphingidae-Macroglossinae-Dilophonotini-Hemaris-H. diffinis

Images: Cody Hough and Lonnie Huffman

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