Tanzellanator

A Digest of The Dancers Delights

becausebirds:

Birding birds. Sometimes you gotta check your field guide.
Meta…

becausebirds:

Birding birds. Sometimes you gotta check your field guide.

Meta…

(Source: twitter.com, via fruitsgarden)

50watts:

Jean Simard, illustration from “L’ Actualité Du Bonhomme” (Canada, 1946)

50watts:

Jean Simard, illustration from “L’ Actualité Du Bonhomme” (Canada, 1946)

johnnythehorse:

Double faced Sebastian Bieniek

johnnythehorse:

Double faced Sebastian Bieniek

(via karmicreditplan)

poochcrew:

She looked perfectly into the camera.

helloooo kitty! 

hello!

poochcrew:

She looked perfectly into the camera.

helloooo kitty! 

hello!

(via runawayshounen)

naturepal:

furything:

beetles

beautiful
actuallygrimes:

oo
notquiteluke:

this is some next level british grandma carpeting

notquiteluke:

this is some next level british grandma carpeting

(via loveyourchaos)

grinderman2:

rebellious-hufflepuff-love:

grinderman2:

frozenfoxtails:

grinderman2:

*gets on tiptoes to whisper into dairy cow’s ear* why ya titty out

How short are you that you need to stand on your toes to talk to a cow?

Looks like we got ourselves a city slicker

How freaking talk are your cows? My cousins own a dairy farm and the cows are about chest height.

You sure talk a lot of shit for someone whose cousin has short cows

(via molasses-feet)

"Hey Scott, come say hi to the internet."
"Hold on! I think with a few more seconds I can will the sausage into to my mouf with only my eyes."
Aherm…this is my cat, his name is Scott. He is a grumpy old man, and I love him. He was begging for scraps so hard at the dinner table tonight :P
Also he is part of a set, this is Muffin, his counterpart.  
The Zombies - Time Of The Season

jamsofthepast:

Time of the Season | The Zombies

(via nakedteatime)

“Take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.”

—    Elie Wiesel (via officialteamgreen)

(via absurdhowl)

jtotheizzoe:

You know it’s spring when, just after sunset, the refrigerator constellation rises in the western sky.

(But seriously, remember that our perspective on the stars is at the same time wonderfully unique but not at all special, and the stellar stories that we write are products not only of our imaginations, but also our brain’s relentless desire to recognize patterns in random assortments of far away dots)

(Source: lyerith, via laylions)