endrfriend:

[ the enderman releases an ungodly screech of excitement ]

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all-seeing-v:

October is here! How about some happy Jack-O-Lanterns on Ball Pythons to get you in the spirit of Halloween?! (x) (x)

I WANT ONE. 

(via snoots-and-boops)

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ghosturie:

patrick-stumps:

ottermatopoeia:

mattniskanenseyebrows:

OCTOBER IS NEXT WEEK

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OCTOBER IS THIS WEEK
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OCTOBER IS TOMORROW

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I͔̟̠̻̽̋̌͋͌́̆T̶̠̖̙͙͈̐͂S̽ͥͣ̄̄̚͝ ͖̞̈́͗̄̿͐O̠̪̙͊ͯ͒͐͐̐̐Cͭ̃͛́T̍ͣ́ͮͩŎ̈́҉Ḅ̞ͦ̾̄͗̓͛͘E̸̥̩̦̝̲̊̉͋̅̋̒̿R̲̝͔̪̬͎̯̎̋

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rainyapparitions:

go home

this wins Halloween

(Source: archiemcphee, via snoots-and-boops)

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sarcophilusharrisii:

Vultures Have No Concept of Personal Space: A Story in Six Photographs

(Having been constantly whacked in the head by turkey vulture wings, I can only imagine what it’s like with a condor!)

(via aquanite)

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calleo:

These are my two “aggressive” snakes.

Why aggressive?

I got them both from people who swore up and down they were too aggressive to be handled.

The rat snake, Puff, is from a local pet store and was sold for $10 down from $50 because they couldn’t offload an “aggressive” snake on anyone.

Problem is, he’s not aggressive at all. Young rat snakes, wild or captive bred, are incredibly defensive until they’re larger because they’re prey animals for just about anything. They will, if given a few seconds to psych themselves up, begin hissing and striking whenever anything comes near. You get around this by not GIVING them time to freak themselves out, open tank, grab snake, snake has no time to start worrying, and settles right down once in hand.

What was happening is people would go to pick him up, get scared (ffs, his teeth can’t even break human skin at this size), and start flailing their hands around if he’d strike, which only terrified him and made him continue to hiss and strike, which got him labeled ‘aggressive’.

The second snake is a corn snake, that I renamed Snaps, I got off of Craigslist for $5.

There was a long ad about how the person had bought the snake on Craigslist a few weeks prior and was told it was aggressive but the aggression was understated, that they didn’t know how to deal with such an aggressive snake, and were now afraid of it. They’d worked with him ‘for weeks’ and saw no change. I was expecting to find an adult that maybe just hadn’t been handled much.

What I got was a barely not a hatchling who was behaving, you guessed it, perfectly normally for a hatchling. Hatchlings of most species are defensive and will readily strike, hiss or bite, because they’re frightened and are reacting like the prey animals that they are.

Neither one of these snakes are aggressive.

They will, as they get larger, largely grow out of it and will be easier to handle without having to be quick about getting them picked up out of the tank.

These snakes stay small for several years before they hit adult size. They will be defensive and snappy if allowed the time to get themselves worked up and freaked out before you pick them up. It may take 3-5 YEARS before your baby calms down enough to be calm with your hands poking around in their tank.

Settle the fuck down and stop telling people you have an ‘aggressive’ snake (and for god’s sake, stop rehoming them as ‘aggressive’) when what you have is a young snake behaving normally.

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owlygem:

endrfriend:

????

omg, baby….

oh no :(

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eighties-blue-lightning:

emilianadarling:

IF YOU THINK FOR ONE SECOND THAT SLAPPING A HALLOWEEN WRAPPER ON SOMETHING IS GOING TO MAKE ME WANT IT MORE THEN YOU ARE absolutely correct i’ll take 50. 

But I thought Coffin Crisp was supposed to have real coffin flavour!

ABSOLUTELY. Best marketing strategy 10/10.

eighties-blue-lightning:

emilianadarling:

IF YOU THINK FOR ONE SECOND THAT SLAPPING A HALLOWEEN WRAPPER ON SOMETHING IS GOING TO MAKE ME WANT IT MORE THEN YOU ARE absolutely correct i’ll take 50. 

But I thought Coffin Crisp was supposed to have real coffin flavour!

ABSOLUTELY. Best marketing strategy 10/10.

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chelseakenna:

We recently learned we can’t leave pizza boxes out on the counter.

chelseakenna:

We recently learned we can’t leave pizza boxes out on the counter.

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bublog:

The Story of BUB’s Miraculous Recovery as She RACES UP THE STAIRS

I’m not crying! You’re the one crying! *sobs*

(Source: youtube.com)

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when your door’s left open

cannibal-kaneki:

what it looks like:
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what it feels like:
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(via boobadger)

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becausebirds:

Fluffy, running Sanderlings!

source video

SANDERLINGS ARE THE BEST.

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mummyshark:

AUTUMN OR ALMOST AUTUMN OR CLOSE ENOUGH TO AUTUMN.

mummyshark:

AUTUMN OR ALMOST AUTUMN OR CLOSE ENOUGH TO AUTUMN.

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gracehelbl0g:

This is Sam Pepper. If you don’t know who he is, Sam is a successful YouTube prankster with over 2 million subscribers. He recently uploaded a video titled “Fake Hand Ass Pink Prank" where he pinched unsuspecting girls’ butts without their permission. None of this was done with the girls’ consent…meaning Sam Pepper sexually harassed and assaulted these women.

This is no longer a “simple, harmless prank” but rather a very serious matter and offence. If you haven’t seen the video yet, you can watch, dislike, and report it HERE. You can also take the pledge to help stop sexual violence at itsonus.org. Please do not let Sam get away with this kind of behavior. He crossed the line and needs to be held responsible for his disgusting actions.

This guy is a tool.

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