Posted 20 hours ago

toothpast:

theworldisanapple-youareaseed:

lizzingwithkriz:

Pregnant Ghost Bat having an ultrasound at Featherdale Wildlife Park

congrats it’s a bat

[delighted bat noises]

Posted 2 days ago
Posted 2 days ago

Good news bad news best news

sparkafterdark:

The good news:

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 I found my favorite old jacket while sorting through my old stuff

The bad news:imageThe last time I wore it I was nine years old

The best news:

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I am the anime now

Posted 2 days ago

chickem:

jocastas-bible:

white girls are out of control these days 

this thirteen year old needs some professional help

Posted 2 days ago
biscuitmango:

badneto:

yin and yang


a challenger appears

biscuitmango:

badneto:

yin and yang

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a challenger appears

Posted 2 days ago
Posted 2 days ago
  1. baby: d... d... d...
  2. father: ...dad? omg you are going to say dad as your first word!!!
  3. baby: d... dONT WANNA BE AN AMERICAN IDIOT
  4. baby: *guitar sounds from baby's mouth*
Posted 2 days ago

colorfulkatamari:

michael wrecks some bitches on reddit (x)

Posted 2 days ago

alpha621tutorialblog:

sunshinedorkface:

I have Keratoconus which is a genetic condition that causes the cornea to turn cone shaped. It makes it hard to see, because bright lights form halo effects, obscuring the vision, and making it difficult to read, and in my case, draw. The day before my birthday, I went to a specialist, who gave me three options; Cross linking eye surgery, (which is still considered experimental in the United States, and not covered by insurance) Intact lenses (also not covered by insurance) or complete cornea transplants (Which is covered by insurance, but much riskier than the other two listed). 

Although there is some hope, since the Intacts is currently going through trial runs and studies for it to be approved by most insurances, I will learn by october, if I will be an acceptible participant for the study, and receive the intacts at either a reduced price, or not pay at all.

But, worse case scenerio, I will have to pay $5000-9000 per eye.

I cannot afford that, on my walmart salary. My family is barely skating by with what we have, and we still struggle every month to make ends meet. There is absolutely no way we would be able to pay for this surgery.

And, that really scares me. 

As an artist, and a writer, I depend so much on my eyes. Keratoconus is not curable, and will only worsten, if they go untreated. I NEED this surgery, but I can’t pay for it, with the few hundred bucks I get from putting up with walmart customers.

So, I turn to you, Tumblr. This is very hard for me to do, since I was raised to believe that if someone can work for their money, they very well should, and reserve the free help to the people who truly cannot help themselves. But, if you feel like you can, and want to donate, please feel free to send that money to my Paypal, at maryzolgarcia90@yahoo.com

If you want to help in another way, please spread my Commissioning Info or feel free to commission a piece of artwork from me directly by sending me an ask here, note me at my Dev.artor Email me your information at the same Email stated for my Paypal.

Simply re-blogging this really helps as well.

Thank you for taking your time for reading this out.

I’ll share this before I close the blog because it makes me sad.

Posted 2 days ago

unclefather:

swagbat:

have u guys seen these photos?

now I have

Posted 2 days ago

agentwoshington:

agentwoshington:

ok but there was a bus filled with potatoes driving around my town today

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Posted 2 days ago