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just-for-grins:

If you’re having a bad day here are a few baby animal pictures which surely should cheer you up!  :D

vincentvangaylord:

timeandspaceismything:

vincentvangaylord:

grandkanye:

imagine if giraffes had 2 legs

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That just looks like the front view of a giraffe.

oh well excuse me princess do u need a sideview of it prancing through nature

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estasfuera:

“A little bit of Monica in my life,A little bit of Erica by my side,A little bit of Rita is all I need,A little bit of Tina is what I see,A little bit of Sandra in the sun,A little bit of Mary all night long,A little bit of Jessica, here I am…”

estasfuera:

“A little bit of Monica in my life,
A little bit of Erica by my side,
A little bit of Rita is all I need,
A little bit of Tina is what I see,
A little bit of Sandra in the sun,
A little bit of Mary all night long,
A little bit of Jessica, here I am…”

(Source: theclearlydope)

(Source: 30secondstocalifornia)

sluttyoliveoil:

a legend

sluttyoliveoil:

a legend

(Source: necrophilofthefuture)

cybuggin:

one time i was swimming in a spring in florida and everybody started screaming and getting out of the water and i was like haha losers aint nothing in this water and so i climbed up on a rock to sit, but then the rock started moving and thats the story of the time i rode a manatee

(Source: charlottelabouff)

auto-zaography:

She throws like a girl — which is to say, she throws better than most of her peers, nearly all of whom are men.
Davis, a 13-year-old Little League pitcher, threw a complete shutout Sunday to advance her team, the Taney Dragons of Philadelphia, to the Little League World Series. To get there, Davis allowed just three hits in six innings, hurling 70 mph fastballs and curveballs you have to see to believe:
Only 16 girls have played in the Little League World Series in the past 67 years, league spokesman Brian McClintock told the Associated Press. Davis said there wasn’t much of a difference between playing boys and girls: “We’re playing the same game,” she told the AP last week.
Earlier this month, Philadelphia Magazine called Davis “the heart and soul of the team” complete with “long, flowing braids that cover the surname and numbers on the back of her uniform.”
"She has incredible leadership, and you can’t shake her; she’s unflappable," Davis’ coach, Alex Rice, told ESPN. "Hit a home run off her and she’ll just give a little smile and get back to work. She doesn’t get rattled."
Davis, whose walk-up song is Beyoncé’s “Run the World (Girls)” — the chorus of which asks, “Who run the world?” then answers, “Girls!” — isn’t a fan of all the extra attention, but that isn’t stopping her from pursuing her dreams.
"No matter who you are, you should be able to do what you like to do and what you’ve always dreamed of doing," she told ESPN.
The Little League World Series starts Thursday with a game in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

auto-zaography:

She throws like a girl — which is to say, she throws better than most of her peers, nearly all of whom are men.

Davis, a 13-year-old Little League pitcher, threw a complete shutout Sunday to advance her team, the Taney Dragons of Philadelphia, to the Little League World Series. To get there, Davis allowed just three hits in six innings, hurling 70 mph fastballs and curveballs you have to see to believe:

Only 16 girls have played in the Little League World Series in the past 67 years, league spokesman Brian McClintock told the Associated Press. Davis said there wasn’t much of a difference between playing boys and girls: “We’re playing the same game,” she told the AP last week.

Earlier this month, Philadelphia Magazine called Davis “the heart and soul of the team” complete with “long, flowing braids that cover the surname and numbers on the back of her uniform.”

"She has incredible leadership, and you can’t shake her; she’s unflappable," Davis’ coach, Alex Rice, told ESPN. "Hit a home run off her and she’ll just give a little smile and get back to work. She doesn’t get rattled."

Davis, whose walk-up song is Beyoncé’s “Run the World (Girls)” — the chorus of which asks, “Who run the world?” then answers, “Girls!” — isn’t a fan of all the extra attention, but that isn’t stopping her from pursuing her dreams.

"No matter who you are, you should be able to do what you like to do and what you’ve always dreamed of doing," she told ESPN.

The Little League World Series starts Thursday with a game in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

(Source: thewalkingdelrey)

  • Me: Where are the owls? WHERE ARE THE OWLS?
  • Hooters Waitress: Please sir, you're causing a fuss and disturbing the other customers-
  • Me: *banging my hands rhythmically on the table* WHERE-ARE-THE-OWLS? WHERE-ARE-THE-OWLS? WHERE ARE THE OWLS?
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