youmewenow:

Sleepy cuddly Marshmellow!! ^_^

youmewenow:

Sleepy cuddly Marshmellow!! ^_^

(via effyeahpetrats)

And now…now, what joy will I have left to live for?

(via hype-city-soundtrack)

Remember when people really cared about Conan O’Brien’s schedule or something?

monodoh:

He’s deleted it now but proof Ricky Gervais is still a shitstain on the underwear of humanity

monodoh:

He’s deleted it now but proof Ricky Gervais is still a shitstain on the underwear of humanity

(via bubblegloopswamp)

catmota:

Reisigsammler  (1911)
Julius von Klever 

catmota:

Reisigsammler  (1911)

Julius von Klever 

softgrungecersei:

Oldboy + Hands

"At the dam, Woo-jin releases Soo-ah’s hand. That is the origin of all the hand images. He could have saved his sister, but he released her hand. That was the beginning of the tragedy." - Park Chan-wook (x)

(via hype-city-soundtrack)

deathandmysticism:

St. Luke represented by his symbol of a winged ox in Ars Memorandi, ca. 1470

deathandmysticism:

St. Luke represented by his symbol of a winged ox in Ars Memorandi, ca. 1470

libutron:

Peanut-head Bug - Fulgora laternaria 

Fulgorids stand out among the Hemipterans for its unique head shape. Among the neotropical species Fulgora laternaria is perhaps the most striking, with its head resembling a big unshelled peanut.

Fulgora laternaria grows to about 8 cm long and its mouth is like a straw; it can not bite, so all it can do is suck juices from plants. In the rainforest from Mexico to Argentina where this bug is found, there are so many things that want to eat the Peanut-head Bug that it needs a lot of defenses. Scientists think that the head is supposed to imitate a lizard’s head, a complex anti-predator scheme the bug uses. The Peanut-head Bug has large spots on its underwings that look like large eyes when the bug spreads its wings. If these don’t scare away predators, the bug releases a skunk-like spray. 

Other common names: Lantern fly, Peanut bug, Peanut-headed lanternfly, Alligator bug, Jequitiranaboia, Machaca, Chicharra-machacuy, Víbora voladora, Mariposa caimán, Cocoposa.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: [Top: ©Bernard Dupont | Locality: Tikal, Guatemala, 2008] - [Bottom: ©Arthur Chapman | Locality: Allpahuayo Reserve, near Iquitos, Peru, 2006]