Butterflies scavenging dead fish
And you just thought they were all nectar, flowers, and sugary bits, didn’t you?
WELL FUCK ALL YOUR WORLDVIEWS. LOOK AT THIS.
Well Butterflies also drink blood from dead bodies and sometimes even urine
butterflies are so fucking metal
They may look cute and innocent BUT…
10:33 pm • 24 May 2013 • 138,548 notes
Pineapple Mango Smoothie
- 1 cup frozen or fresh pineapple chunks
- 1 cup frozen or fresh mango chunks
- 1 medium banana, peeled and frozen in chunks
- 1 cup coconut milk or dairy free milk
- 1 teaspoon+ vanilla extract
- sweetener to taste Optional
- All ingredients and amounts are to taste. Using frozen is preferred to fresh since smoothie is automatically kept cold, without adding ice which waters it down.
- Place all ingredients into blender and combine. Extra can be frozen or refrigerated.
7:38 pm • 24 May 2013 • 14 notes
Baroque Pipe Organ jsk by F+F
STILL FUCKIN DYING OVER HOW MUCH I WANT THIS
6:11 pm • 24 May 2013 • 156 notes
When We Cuddle,
I hope you don’t mind if I,
- wrap my legs around yours
- lay my head above your heart
- run my hands through your hair
- play footsie with you
- put my hand on your tummy
- play with yours hands
- give you fishy kisses
- talk about my day
- sing you a song
- fall asleep in your arms
- sacrifice you to satan
(Source: mgnxmskt, via poesdaughter)
3:16 pm • 24 May 2013 • 194,884 notes
Entomologist Steven Kutcher is a Hollywood “Bug Guy,” serving as a consultant in movies like “Jurassic Park,” “Arachnophobia” and “James and the Giant Peach.”
In the 1980s Director Steven Spielberg needed a shot where a fly walks through ink, leaving footprints.
Kutcher began experimenting for the scene, which led to his interest in prints created by insects.
This is just too cool! Pass me the cockroaches! I have a masterpiece to crawl.
This is it! I HAVE FINALLY FOUND MY CALLING
1:49 pm • 24 May 2013 • 4,999 notes
“16-Year-Old Egyptian Scientist Finds Way to Turn Plastic Waste Into $78 Million of Biofuel!”
What Azza proposes is to break down the plastic polymers found in drinks bottles and general waste and turn them into biofuel feedstock. (This is the bulk raw material that generally used for producing biofuel.) It should be noted that this is not a particularly new idea, but what makes Azza stand out from the crowd is the catalyst that she is proposing. She says that she has found a high-yield catalyst called aluminosilicate, that will break down plastic waste and also produce gaseous products like methane, propane and ethane, which can then be converted into ethanol.
Meanwhile, a radfem drew something with her period blood
12:21 pm • 24 May 2013 • 17,266 notes
i don’t want responsibility i want tea and netflix
10:54 am • 24 May 2013 • 5,191 notes