I believe blogging is either for:

a.)people who just want to attention from random anonymous people with nothing better to do with the internet so that they'll feel appreciated
(consisting of 0.1% of the tumblr population)

or

b.) the random anonymous people with nothing better to do with the internet
(consisting of 99.9% of the tumblr population including me)

As a part of the latter, I shall help you waste time with all the cool/ silly/ funny/ interesting/ informative things I happen to reblog. Procrastinate and enjoy.

 

wisteriafield:

i’ll kick anyone’s ass. i’ll kick your ass. i’ll kick your dog’s ass. i’ll kick my own ass

wisteriafield:

i’ll kick anyone’s ass. i’ll kick your ass. i’ll kick your dog’s ass. i’ll kick my own ass

(Source: tinylobelia)

Me with no money: I want everything

Me with money: what the fuck do I buy

emae:

2 week old bunny’s first day outside and he discovers the slide

emae:

2 week old bunny’s first day outside and he discovers the slide

me, about to get mauled to death by a wolf: puppy! who's a handsome puppy

shamelessfancies:

I love characters that seem so innocent, so “good” and gentle, but are capable of horrible, terrible things, and no one is aware that they are a potential nuke waiting to go off.

giraffeinatree:

Chinese white dolphin, or Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin Sousa chinensis by Samuel Hung
The Chinese white dolphin or Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin is a humpback dolphin species. An adult is white or pink and may appear as an albino dolphin to some. Uniquely, the population along the Chinese coast has pink skin, and the pink colour originates not from a pigment, but from blood vessels which were overdeveloped for thermoregulation. These dolphins inhabit the waters of Southeast Asia. At birth, the dolphins are black and then they change to grey, then pinkish with spots when young and adults are white.
Chinese white dolphins rise to the water surface to breathe for 20 to 30 seconds and after that, they will dive into deep water again. Adult dolphins can stay underwater for about two to eight minutes, but a calf can only stay underwater for one to three minutes and adult dolphins rarely stay underwater for more than four minutes. They sometimes leap completely out of the water. They may also rise up vertically from the water, exposing the dorsal half of their bodies. A pair of protruding eyes allows them to see clearly in both air and water.
The white dolphin has been threatened, mostly by Hong Kong’s pollution. Conservationists warned that Hong Kong may lose its rare Chinese white dolphins, also known as pink dolphins for their unique colour, unless it takes urgent action against pollution and other threats. Their numbers in Hong Kong waters have fallen from an estimated 158 in 2003 to just 78 in 2011

giraffeinatree:

Chinese white dolphin, or Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin Sousa chinensis by Samuel Hung

The Chinese white dolphin or Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin is a humpback dolphin species. An adult is white or pink and may appear as an albino dolphin to some. Uniquely, the population along the Chinese coast has pink skin, and the pink colour originates not from a pigment, but from blood vessels which were overdeveloped for thermoregulation. These dolphins inhabit the waters of Southeast Asia. At birth, the dolphins are black and then they change to grey, then pinkish with spots when young and adults are white.

Chinese white dolphins rise to the water surface to breathe for 20 to 30 seconds and after that, they will dive into deep water again. Adult dolphins can stay underwater for about two to eight minutes, but a calf can only stay underwater for one to three minutes and adult dolphins rarely stay underwater for more than four minutes. They sometimes leap completely out of the water. They may also rise up vertically from the water, exposing the dorsal half of their bodies. A pair of protruding eyes allows them to see clearly in both air and water.

The white dolphin has been threatened, mostly by Hong Kong’s pollution. Conservationists warned that Hong Kong may lose its rare Chinese white dolphins, also known as pink dolphins for their unique colour, unless it takes urgent action against pollution and other threats. Their numbers in Hong Kong waters have fallen from an estimated 158 in 2003 to just 78 in 2011

ultrafacts:

set-she-free:

ultrafacts:

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but do you know I’ve been playing this so many times with the same person & he never gets it

ultrafacts:

set-she-free:

ultrafacts:

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but do you know I’ve been playing this so many times with the same person & he never gets it

kittyichooseyou:

THIS IS ONLY ONE SECOND LONG

(Source: sailorfailures)