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apolkadottedowl:

sasstrid-and-dorkcup:

madehimsaycomfychairs:

floacist:

iwishitwas1983:

I’m crying.

LMAOOOOOOOOO the screaming in the beginning

"mr. owl"
"oh jesus christ"
"please don’t give me that look"
"please don’t fly"

DYING omg

That owl is 30000000% done

every time this video graces me with its presence i feel obliged to reblog it

I would have loved to see his reaction if the owl had flown right back in the window.

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ashleymater:

Tippi Benjamine Okanti Degré, daughter of French wildlife photographers Alain Degré and Sylvie Robert, was born in Namibia. During her childhood she befriended many wild animals, including a 28-year old elephant called Abu and a leopard nicknamed J&B. She was embraced by the Bushmen and the Himba tribespeople of the Kalahari, who taught her how to survive on roots and berries, as well as how to speak their language.

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All I can think of is mean girls

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badstreetwalker:

undeadeddie:

Some horror films I’m looking forward to!

bruh. I’ll be needing me a horror movie buddy

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deliciousweeds:

skaagz:

weregoingtojackson:

Best gif ever for all eternity.

That is a fucking huge raccoon

It’s pregnant with that hillbilly’s child

deliciousweeds:

skaagz:

weregoingtojackson:

Best gif ever for all eternity.

That is a fucking huge raccoon

It’s pregnant with that hillbilly’s child

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bless them for letting baby girl keep her heritage

I peep them braids and that dress

I was just thinking this. She actually takes the children back to visit their family in their home country and they study about their own cultures. She isn’t one of those white people trying to assimilate her non-white children. 

She doesn’t use her kids as props and accessories, and she loves and cherishes them all equally it looks like.

Not to mention how she lets John (Shiloh prefers to be called John) dress and act how they like

Also, I’m pretty sure her wedding dress has her kids’ drawings on it, which is just unbelievably adorable.

it does have her kids drawings on it, they also helped to write the vows and Maddox the eldest boy made the cake with his friends, which is probably why he looks so nervous in the picture of them cutting it.

Every single thing I hear about this wedding makes me so happy even though they’re complete strangers to me because it just seems so joyful.

I remember reading a while ago that when they hire nannies, they have a nanny from each child’s country of origin, who is fluent in their country’s native language, and can teach not just the individual child but the whole family about that country and culture. It’s really incredible how non-assimilative they’ve made their household.

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lsiri045:

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We should fear this guy

Just watched the YouTube video of these guys … I am so insanely jealous and in awe of these people’s experiences with the cliff slide.

My wife’s reaction to this - “He must not love his mother. His mother worked so hard for him and then he does that.”

bestnatesmithever:

lsiri045:

the4elemelons:

We should fear this guy

Just watched the YouTube video of these guys … I am so insanely jealous and in awe of these people’s experiences with the cliff slide.

My wife’s reaction to this - “He must not love his mother. His mother worked so hard for him and then he does that.”

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fuckyeahtherealkiki:

This is so important, ‘cause I remember immediately after 9/11, everyone was really gung-ho about sending troops out to Iraq and Afghanistan and maybe about two or three years in, a lot of people realized that the whole ‘weapons of mass destruction’ excuse for war might not have been as genuine as originally thought, so people starting saying they wanted the troops to come home and stop getting killed for, essentially no reason (or some ambiguous, sham reason). The immediate response from conservatives was “WE NEED TO SUPPORT OUR TROOPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1!!!!!!!!!!” but I always wondered (a) what the fuck that even meant and (b) how wanting them to come home and NOT GET BLOWN TO PIECES was somehow un-supportive of them.

The “SUPPORT THE TROOPS!!!” people seemed to be implying, if you’re not pro-war, then you’re anti-military, and if you’re anti-military, then you must be anti-individual soldier and thus, you’re a horrible anti-American monster, and no one in this country wants to be labeled un-American. It was the most baffling thing to me and it still is tbh. Whenever I hear “Support our troops” I honestly wonder if they’re insinuating that my wanting our troops to come home and be safe is equivalent to me not being supportive. Truly confusing.

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casibarria:

These are photos of children crying for some great reasons, and these are my favorites lol.

I would cry if I met Bill Murray too. Like, sob inconsolably.

The mother on the last one looks so done!

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dashconballpit:

she has draWINGS BY HER CHILDREN SEWN INTO HER WEDDING DRESS this is the cutest ofmg

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sunny-yogi:

Sunny Yogi’s Guide to Crow Pose  

Arm balances are a great way to find balance and build arm muscles. They are also great for practicing for inversions :) Here is my how to guide on how to do crow pose.  

I would like to mention, that I’m not a yoga teacher and these steps are based off of my experience. 

Step One: Start off Standing 

Root your feet to the ground.  It’s always good to start off with a strong foundation.  

Step Two: Buddha Squat 

From standing, drop down into a buddha squat.  Root your feet down, make sure your back is straight and your chest is lifted.  In this pose you can also use your elbows to push against your thighs to create a hip opener stretch. 

Step Three: Place hands on the ground, and lean forward. 

While in buddha squat set your hands on the floor and then lean forward pressing your knees gently on your upper arm. Make sure your eyes are looking forward- do not collapse your head. 

Step Four: Bend arms slightly. Lean forward a little and press your knees into your arms.  

Bend your arms slightly and lean forward, pressing your knees into your arms.  For beginners maybe try to stay in this pose for awhile, engaging your core and finding your balance.  

I should probably mention that for some people, your arms might hurt if your knees are pressing into your skin.  Wear longer pants! 

Step Five: Raise one leg up. Look forward, keeps eyes looking ahead, and bend your arms some more. 

This step is a good step to practice before you get into the full arm balance.  Raise one leg up and engage your core.  Alternate your legs back and forth. Make sure you can do this step before continuing on :) 

Make sure your head is not collapsed; head up and eyes looking ahead.

Step Six: Raise both legs up. Engage that core! 

Taking a deep breath, raise your other leg up! Make sure your core is engaged.  KEEP YOUR HEAD RAISED AND YOUR EYES FIXED FORWARD. 

Yay, you are now doing crow pose :)  

Additional tips: 

  • Wear longer pants if your knees hurt the skin on your arms. 
  • Put a pillow in front of you if you are afraid of falling flat on your face (something I have done many times!). 
  • Try each step out slowly.  Crow pose is not an easy pose. 
  • Arm and ab exercises can help you improve this pose better. 

Have fun, and be safe when practicing this pose!  Take a picture of your progress and tag me in it! I’d love to see all of your guy’s crow. 

Namaste! 

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