sleepydumpling:

xekstrin:

thedovahcat:

ALL THE BUILDUP FOR THAT YOU WIGGLY NOODLE

ferrets are ridiculous

Dude your depth perception sucks.

sleepydumpling:

xekstrin:

thedovahcat:

ALL THE BUILDUP FOR THAT YOU WIGGLY NOODLE

ferrets are ridiculous

Dude your depth perception sucks.

Giant crocheted Raccoon Mario rug [2009]

mostlysignssomeportents:

Last summer, Crafster user Enemyairship debuted this magnificent 7’ x 7’ Raccoon Mario Rug, hand crocheted from 3.5” granny squares. ZOMGwonderful.

Read the rest…

For the first time ever I have the urge to learn how to make crochet squares.

kerrypolka:

kinkstertime:

This whole bit is made all the funnier by knowing that all of the guards were just random extras who weren’t told what was going to happen only that they weren’t allowed laugh at any cost as they wouldn’t be payed if they did.

At uni I took a screenwriting course from THIS VERY GUARD EXTRA (who went on to contribute to some of the Python stuff), who confirms this and also that Michael Palin would use different ridiculous names in every take, so they couldn’t even prepare themselves for hearing it.

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fandomsandfeminism:

And..loki writes slash on the internet. I love comics

fandomsandfeminism:

And..loki writes slash on the internet. I love comics

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i-need-that-seat:

pseudosoph:

i-need-that-seat:


For structures that have no entry steps, ConvertaStep also makes ramps of three sizes that come in a manual as well as automatic version.
(via ConvertaStep | Wheelchair Accessibility | Ramps | Convertastep - Freedom In Mobility)

This welcome mat converts into a fully accessible wheelchair ramp. Beautiful and functional design. I want it.

Some more info, for people who are interested.

First of all, I can’t believe this has almost 3,000 notes. I’m so glad that people are sharing this - both as a cool design, and also as an important accessibility feature.
Thanks to pseudosoph for linking to additional info (above) regarding weight limits, lift height, and product background — the creator is a wheelchair user himself! Very cool stuff. Keep sharing!

i-need-that-seat:

pseudosoph:

i-need-that-seat:

For structures that have no entry steps, ConvertaStep also makes ramps of three sizes that come in a manual as well as automatic version.

(via ConvertaStep | Wheelchair Accessibility | Ramps | Convertastep - Freedom In Mobility)

This welcome mat converts into a fully accessible wheelchair ramp. Beautiful and functional design. I want it.

Some more info, for people who are interested.

First of all, I can’t believe this has almost 3,000 notes. I’m so glad that people are sharing this - both as a cool design, and also as an important accessibility feature.

Thanks to pseudosoph for linking to additional info (above) regarding weight limits, lift height, and product background — the creator is a wheelchair user himself! Very cool stuff. Keep sharing!

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jessicagenius:

bailarina-raven:

"I wore a dress last night to a TV awards, which I’ve worn before and that’s a no-no. You don’t wear the same dress twice. Why? I like it. It’s a nice dress. All that stuff is bullshit." Maisie Williams

PRAISE YOOOU, BLESSS YOUUUUUUU

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wtfevolution:

Important news, internet:
Book release day is here!
In addition to the fine online retailers linked below, you can now find WTF, Evolution?! A Theory of Unintelligible Design at a brick-and-mortar bookselling establishment near you.
I’m not much of a salesperson, but here are seven reasons I can think of that you should probably get a copy:
1. More than half of the material in the book is entirely new. It’s never been on this site before. 
2. It goes further than the blog. In addition to the photos and captions you’ve come to expect, the introductory pages, sidebars, family trees and an exclusive interview provide deeper insight into evolution and the weird-ass ways it works.
3. It’s “funny,” “educational,” and “actually not as annoying as you might think,” according to the very first Amazon review.
4. The photos are amazing. Working with a publisher gave me the opportunity to license some of the best nature photography in the world. More than 100 species appear here in their full-blown, fearsome, strange-nosed and slimy glory. 
5. My grandmother, who was skeptical about the veiled profanity in the title, is reportedly “delighted” by the contents.
6. It’s scientifically accurate.* I sourced every fact in the book to scientific literature or reference texts, and experts in the appropriate fields read over everything to confirm it. There are a million unverifiable weird-animal “facts” out there; these ones check out.
7. The phrase “voluminous rectum” is in it somewhere. I won’t tell you where.
Order online:AmazonPowell’s BooksBarnes and NobleIndieBound
Or head to your local bookstore. And, as always, thanks to you, internet audience, for making this all possible in the first place. You are the best and weirdest.
– Mara
___
*Except for the part where evolution can talk.
Photo: James Waters

wtfevolution:

Important news, internet:

Book release day is here!

In addition to the fine online retailers linked below, you can now find WTF, Evolution?! A Theory of Unintelligible Design at a brick-and-mortar bookselling establishment near you.

I’m not much of a salesperson, but here are seven reasons I can think of that you should probably get a copy:

1. More than half of the material in the book is entirely new. It’s never been on this site before. 

2. It goes further than the blog. In addition to the photos and captions you’ve come to expect, the introductory pages, sidebars, family trees and an exclusive interview provide deeper insight into evolution and the weird-ass ways it works.

3. It’s “funny,” “educational,” and “actually not as annoying as you might think,” according to the very first Amazon review.

4. The photos are amazing. Working with a publisher gave me the opportunity to license some of the best nature photography in the world. More than 100 species appear here in their full-blown, fearsome, strange-nosed and slimy glory. 

5. My grandmother, who was skeptical about the veiled profanity in the title, is reportedly “delighted by the contents.

6. It’s scientifically accurate.* I sourced every fact in the book to scientific literature or reference texts, and experts in the appropriate fields read over everything to confirm it. There are a million unverifiable weird-animal “facts” out there; these ones check out.

7. The phrase “voluminous rectum is in it somewhere. I won’t tell you where.

Order online:
Amazon
Powell’s Books
Barnes and Noble
IndieBound

Or head to your local bookstore. And, as always, thanks to you, internet audience, for making this all possible in the first place. You are the best and weirdest.

– Mara

___

*Except for the part where evolution can talk.

Photo: James Waters

submissivefeminist:

ellescarred:

little-miss-fats:

source: robot-hugs

has anyone posted this yet? I love it! 

This was perfect

Wow. Yes. So much yes.

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