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theamazingindi:

diacrit:

"If you buy your girlfriend flowers, they will wilt. If you but your girlfriend a phone, it will break. Buy your girlfriend a wrench. Nothing will happen to a wrench."

this is painfully russian

theamazingindi:

diacrit:

"If you buy your girlfriend flowers, they will wilt. If you but your girlfriend a phone, it will break. Buy your girlfriend a wrench. Nothing will happen to a wrench."

this is painfully russian

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brianmichaelbendis:

Fairest #6 cover by Adam Hughes!

brianmichaelbendis:

Fairest #6 cover by Adam Hughes!

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themoonphase:

amymylove:

“When animals express their feelings they pour out like water from a spout. Animals’ emotions are raw, unfiltered, and uncontrolled. Their joy is the purest and most contagious of joys and their grief the deepest and most devastating. Their passions bring us to our knees in delight and sorrow.”

-Marc Bekoff

fjdaskfjkslfjkafdj;kasff this is exactly why I don’t eat meat/fish

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axetemptation:

1 in 3 people would rob a bank if they knew they could get away with it.
Notes
The largest bank robbery in U.S. history was in 1997 when $17.3 million in cash was stolen from a vault in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Other than the animal, the English word “pig” also refers to baked clay, or pottery.
People would often save money in pots and jars made of pig, called “pig jars”, which then evolved to “pig banks.”
Created by David Brandon Geeting.

axetemptation:

1 in 3 people would rob a bank if they knew they could get away with it.

Notes

The largest bank robbery in U.S. history was in 1997 when $17.3 million in cash was stolen from a vault in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Other than the animal, the English word “pig” also refers to baked clay, or pottery.

People would often save money in pots and jars made of pig, called “pig jars”, which then evolved to “pig banks.”

Created by David Brandon Geeting.

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