bakeddd:

chocolate chunk skillet cookie
click here for recipe

bakeddd:

chocolate chunk skillet cookie

turinqs:

sitting on rooftops as time goes by

dynamicoceans:

About 50 mysterious baleen whales live in an underwater canyon off the Florida Panhandle, making them the only great whales in the Gulf of Mexico that live there year round. They’ve long been classified as Bryde’s whales but new genetic testing suggests the 50 Gulf whales might be a distinct subspecies of Bryde’s — or a new species altogether. If so, they would be the most endangered species of whale on the planet.
 
While truly eliminating harm isn’t possible conservationists hope an endangered species listing could at least minimize it enough to help the whales hang on. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) already has a backlog of endangered species candidates, though, and these whales will likely endure a lengthy waiting period before they get any new protections.
 
The entire process could take two years, but if regulators end up agreeing with the NRDC, it could yield a federal recovery plan and a protected “critical habitat” in DeSoto Canyon for these 50 whales. If that doesn’t happen, though, the population could quietly disappear. Source

dynamicoceans:

About 50 mysterious baleen whales live in an underwater canyon off the Florida Panhandle, making them the only great whales in the Gulf of Mexico that live there year round. They’ve long been classified as Bryde’s whales but new genetic testing suggests the 50 Gulf whales might be a distinct subspecies of Bryde’s — or a new species altogether. If so, they would be the most endangered species of whale on the planet.

 
While truly eliminating harm isn’t possible conservationists hope an endangered species listing could at least minimize it enough to help the whales hang on. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) already has a backlog of endangered species candidates, though, and these whales will likely endure a lengthy waiting period before they get any new protections.
 
The entire process could take two years, but if regulators end up agreeing with the NRDC, it could yield a federal recovery plan and a protected “critical habitat” in DeSoto Canyon for these 50 whales. If that doesn’t happen, though, the population could quietly disappear. Source

high-school-fling:

spicy-vagina-tacos:

freezerburnt-capsicle:

dontbeanassbutt:

boy, blowjobs sure are a mouthful

jeez, that pun was hard for me to swallow

penis

thanks for your contribution

No Swinggity
Minimatic

nicholanton:

pixelavender:

No Swinggity | Minimatic

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there are 2 types of people on this planet:

People who love swing, and liars.

happydorid:

I’m excited to announce the launch of my Tea Spirit 2015 Calendar kickstarter! 

The calendar will include 12 all new tea spirit illustrations. In addition, I’m collaborating with Song Tea to create packaging for an 8 tea collection featuring my art. If you’re interested, please check it out! 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/607081461/tea-spirits-2015-calendar

i want i want i want

nedsseveredhead:

Yes, lets go fight magneto. in my metal wheelchair, via my metal airship, with my metal wolverine to protect me. i see no way this could ever go wrong.

facets-and-rainbows:

Kanji: 水 and the water radical 氵
水 is the kanji for water, based on a drawing of flowing water. It’s pronounced すい (sui) in compounds borrowed from Chinese and みず (mizu) in native Japanese words, and it’s found in words about water:
水(みず) water, especially cool/cold water (hot/boiling water has its own word, 湯, pronounced ゆ/yu)
水泳(すいえい) swimming (泳 swim)
汚水(おすい) sewage (汚 dirty)
塩水(しおみず) salt water (塩 salt)
水色(みずいろ) light blue (“water-colored”: 色 color)
水 is also a radical in a few other kanji about water. You’ll usually see it on the bottom of the kanji.
…But you can also crush it down to three dots/drops 氵and write it on the left side of a kanji. This is the most common “water” radical, and one of the most common radicals period. Kanji with the water radical usually have something to do with water (or liquids in general).

facets-and-rainbows:

Kanji: 水 and the water radical

水 is the kanji for water, based on a drawing of flowing water. It’s pronounced すい (sui) in compounds borrowed from Chinese and みず (mizu) in native Japanese words, and it’s found in words about water:

  • 水(みず) water, especially cool/cold water (hot/boiling water has its own word, 湯, pronounced ゆ/yu)
  • 水泳(すいえい) swimming (泳 swim)
  • 汚水(おすい) sewage (汚 dirty)
  • 塩水(しおみず) salt water (塩 salt)
  • 水色(みずいろ) light blue (“water-colored”: 色 color)

水 is also a radical in a few other kanji about water. You’ll usually see it on the bottom of the kanji.

…But you can also crush it down to three dots/drops 氵and write it on the left side of a kanji. This is the most common “water” radical, and one of the most common radicals period. Kanji with the water radical usually have something to do with water (or liquids in general).

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