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gwydtheunusual:

Just saw this…and am a little bothered by it…


"never ask white people what their ethnicity is unless you wanna hear a list of every european country and meaningless fractions"


Yep. I will respond that way. I will tell you that I am mainly Celtic with a touch of French, Dutch, German and Native…

gwydtheunusual:

She will be okay…It’s just a stage she is going through…

gwydtheunusual:

She will be okay…It’s just a stage she is going through…

coffeedoesntjudgeme:

Has anyone else noticed that this joke…

is a play on this joke…

LORD POLONIUS: What is the matter, my lord?

HAMLET: Between who?

LORD POLONIUS: I mean, the matter that you read, my lord.

(via ydidievenbother)

becausejensenackles:

I feel like I should have seen that coming.

(Source: nevver, via nippleicious)

“Stay off the main roads. The bigger the roads, the more Walkers, more assholes like this one. I got him. ”
[fires arrow at a you] 

Stay off the main roads. The bigger the roads, the more Walkers, more assholes like this one. I got him. ”

[fires arrow at a you

(Source: puntitos, via ragamuffin-shauntilly)

bogleech:

doctor-segmentium:

notjessicajustjessie:

New favorite bug! This is a wasp mantidfly. It uses mimicry to look like a wasp, but in reality is actually harmless to humans. It’s most like a praying mantis in behavior despite the obvious anatomical differences.

basically all the cutest bugs smashed together

It’s also important to talk about the life cycle of these guys

They’re related to lacewings and antlions, but their larvae are brood parasites of spiders, usually wolf spiders.

In its early stages, the mantidfly larva is highly mobile and hunts down a spider to latch onto. It needs a female host, but it may settle for a male and transfer later, when the host mates.

It hangs out and sucks on spider body fluids until its host lays eggs, at which point it crawls right into the spider’s egg case as it’s being formed, and molts into an entirely different, legless larva with a new set of mouthparts.

The mantidfly grub changes from spider-sucking parasite to egg-eater, cracking open every spider egg and slurping out its contents while the mother spider continues to carefully guard the case.

And then a mantis-headed fake wasp comes out!

(via thiocyanat)

(Source: arcdaybyday, via herebetrouble)

buggirl:

Millipedes were everywhere!
Maquipucuna, Ecuador

buggirl:

Millipedes were everywhere!

Maquipucuna, Ecuador

(Source: theymightcallmecrazy, via herebetrouble)

(Source: steveinaspeedo, via mavenges)