(Source: molottovbitch)

I like knowing how people tick and what makes them do what they do. It’s just something that I find really interesting.

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dailysushi:

Guest artist:
SALMON by Leonard Peng
Delicious salmon sushi. My favorite. I really like salmon. Here goes a Deep Thought about a salmon named Flint by Jack Handey:
"As the evening sun faded from a salmon color to a sort of flint gray, I thought back to the salmon I caught that morning, and how gray he was, and how I named him Flint." 
Thank you Leonard.
Leonard Peng is an illustrator + designer from San Jose, California.
He likes strawberries, Ultraman, and space travel.
Find more of Leonard Peng on his:
Website
Tumblr
Behance 
Twitter

dailysushi:

Guest artist:

SALMON by Leonard Peng

Delicious salmon sushi. My favorite. I really like salmon. Here goes a Deep Thought about a salmon named Flint by Jack Handey:

"As the evening sun faded from a salmon color to a sort of flint gray, I thought back to the salmon I caught that morning, and how gray he was, and how I named him Flint." 

Thank you Leonard.

Leonard Peng is an illustrator + designer from San Jose, California.

He likes strawberries, Ultraman, and space travel.

Find more of Leonard Peng on his:

Website

Tumblr

Behance 

Twitter

cool-critters:

Nembrotha kubaryana

Nembrotha kubaryana, also known as the variable neon slug, is a species of colorful sea slug. This species occurs in the tropical Indo-West Pacific. It uses the toxins in its prey ascidians to defend itself against predators. It stores the ascidian’s toxins in its tissues and then releases them in a slimy defensive mucus when alarmed.photo credits: dinca, Mark Harris, thalassagraphics, MerMate/Eunice Khoo

mothernaturenetwork:

Imagine a tree that grows 40 kinds of fruitUsing a common technique called grafting, artist Sam Van Aken is developing a tree that bears a variety of different fruits.

mothernaturenetwork:

Imagine a tree that grows 40 kinds of fruit
Using a common technique called grafting, artist Sam Van Aken is developing a tree that bears a variety of different fruits.

daki-yeo:

Andy Warhol - Still-Life Polaroids

(Source: antronaut)

jtotheizzoe:

NEW VIDEO!

Where does the smell of rain come from?

If you said “from the sky,” then congratulations! You are hilarious. But it’s a lot more interesting than that. The pungent perfume that accompanies rainstorms carries special chemical signatures, some born from lightning, some from deep within the soil.

And beyond just being pleasant and nostalgic, those smells are actually useful to some living things, such as telling plants when it’s time to grow, guiding camels across the desert, and even signaling some fish when it’s time to get “romantic”. 

Take a big whiff, because there’s a science storm a-comin’!

enema-of-blink:

Ava

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el-clavo:

hlv-s:

verano necessities 


 una paleta de cajeta y de limon plz

el-clavo:

hlv-s:

verano necessities 

una paleta de cajeta y de limon plz

(Source: 199714424)

imdemetrialynn:

toocooltobehipster:

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lmfaoo this shit is funny & important to watch
oarv:

vaginal opening / cave opening

oarv:

vaginal opening / cave opening