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majorstandards:

hearthemplay:

kaelahtiara:

quantavius:

mors-certa-hora-incerta:

this makes me want to cry

So why does this picture make me feel some type of way?

Ew

Same

O_ o

majorstandards:

hearthemplay:

kaelahtiara:

quantavius:

mors-certa-hora-incerta:

this makes me want to cry

So why does this picture make me feel some type of way?

Ew

Same

O_ o

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The Aromatic Dwarf Chameleon (Bradypodion olfactorium) is the only known member of its genus able to change odor instead of color — likely a result of its crepuscular habits. Corpulent, slow and lacking a prehensile tail, it is easily caught, and requires minimal care as a pet. It remains a favorite with children, who enjoy the pastime of determining which scents it imitates best. (Mint-flavored candies work well in this regard.) Keep this animal away from waste receptacles, shoes, and pungent cheese.
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The Aromatic Dwarf Chameleon (Bradypodion olfactorium) is the only known member of its genus able to change odor instead of color — likely a result of its crepuscular habits. Corpulent, slow and lacking a prehensile tail, it is easily caught, and requires minimal care as a pet. It remains a favorite with children, who enjoy the pastime of determining which scents it imitates best. (Mint-flavored candies work well in this regard.) Keep this animal away from waste receptacles, shoes, and pungent cheese.

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GIF is for Geeks - Fantoche 2014

This live screening featured numerous joyous artists including ZBags at 8:33

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ladynoirette:

howdoipunk:

This made me feel very very uncomfortable.

omg cool!

ladynoirette:

howdoipunk:

This made me feel very very uncomfortable.

omg cool!

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bennaner:

mintma:

trow1960:

zbags:

The Hummingcob enjoys double recognition as the only amphibian species capable of genuine flight and the single source of edible honey apart from the bee. The condiment derives from an enzymatic process in the animal’s jowls when it regurgitates nectar on its egg deposits, providing essential nutrition for the unhatched fry.

Hummingcobs partake of a single flower, the Balkan clover (Trifolium moesium). They distribute pollen via their motile combs, which can grip the blossoms to stabilize their heads when feeding. Unlike the marine hippocampus that it superficially resembles, a hummingcob’s tail does not fully coil, but will wind around a reed stalk when the animal is at rest.

Subsisting only on nectar while bringing its eggs to term, a hummingcob will shed weight, granting it exceptional maneuverability in flight. During other cycles, it will also feed on tiny airborne mites for protein — honey production then is not possible.

Known only to flourish near the perennially damp hot spring craters of Varstulla Minor (site of ancient Roman baths), hummingcobs are also found in hothouses across Euxinova, where the famed Balkan Clover Strained honey is produced by licensed manufacturers and enthused hobbyists.

That thing does not really exist! Does it? :-/

amazing

Why cant we have these?

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euxinova:

27a.

euxinova:

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dnuuk:

lesanteamour:

reachformynutzack:

mad42o:

danielaxdgarcia:

O.o

Amazing tranzformation!!

Has science gone TOO far?!?!

Transformaciones

Wicked!

dnuuk:

lesanteamour:

reachformynutzack:

mad42o:

danielaxdgarcia:

O.o

Amazing tranzformation!!

Has science gone TOO far?!?!

Transformaciones

Wicked!

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fridaynitegarageparty:

thimbleofwine:

zbags. always rocking.

I’d rather be doing this right now

fridaynitegarageparty:

thimbleofwine:

zbags. always rocking.

I’d rather be doing this right now

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THE THIRD ITEM INSPECTED: A BUST OF A WOMAN WITH AN ARTICULATED MOUTH AND MOVING GLASS EYES, POSITIONED IN FRONT OF A PANORAMA OF THE EUXINOVAN COASTLINE PAINTED ON A SPOOLED LINEN SCROLL.
WILFRED.    I recognize this exhibit from the Exposition. It runs hourly at the Central Pavilion — but there, a man beside the display delineates the visual tour, and no bust such as this is involved. It seems designed to mouth the narration like a puppet.
AULDOMOUCHE.    Its style and construction leave no doubt that it’s of the same manufacture as the automated sculptures found in the Parc d’Urongelex. Surely the noted entrepreneur Visculorph d’Urongelex wishes to expand the presence of these devices — and he has married into the financial means to accomplish this — yet I’ve noticed they are not readily embraced by the public outside of their pastoral-satirical sphere.
The characters all derive from Euxinovan myths and theatrical traditions, dating back at least to the Romans. (This figure is clearly no exception and Ovarind would have been able to tell us more about it.) Most seem obscure, unfamiliar to common audiences, and this might result in a slight sense of unease in the average spectator. I believe that of the dioramas operated by d’Urongelex in Ellubecque’s Paysage de Beau Monde, only the exhibit “Thriampa Revealed” (which is forbidden to children) features automatons.
It is mystifying that he would store such items here — here of all places. And what dealings would he have with The Society of the Iron Frond?

THE THIRD ITEM INSPECTED: A BUST OF A WOMAN WITH AN ARTICULATED MOUTH AND MOVING GLASS EYES, POSITIONED IN FRONT OF A PANORAMA OF THE EUXINOVAN COASTLINE PAINTED ON A SPOOLED LINEN SCROLL.

WILFRED.    I recognize this exhibit from the Exposition. It runs hourly at the Central Pavilion — but there, a man beside the display delineates the visual tour, and no bust such as this is involved. It seems designed to mouth the narration like a puppet.

AULDOMOUCHE.    Its style and construction leave no doubt that it’s of the same manufacture as the automated sculptures found in the Parc d’Urongelex. Surely the noted entrepreneur Visculorph d’Urongelex wishes to expand the presence of these devices — and he has married into the financial means to accomplish this — yet I’ve noticed they are not readily embraced by the public outside of their pastoral-satirical sphere.

The characters all derive from Euxinovan myths and theatrical traditions, dating back at least to the Romans. (This figure is clearly no exception and Ovarind would have been able to tell us more about it.) Most seem obscure, unfamiliar to common audiences, and this might result in a slight sense of unease in the average spectator. I believe that of the dioramas operated by d’Urongelex in Ellubecque’s Paysage de Beau Monde, only the exhibit “Thriampa Revealed” (which is forbidden to children) features automatons.

It is mystifying that he would store such items here — here of all places. And what dealings would he have with The Society of the Iron Frond?

(Source: euxinova.com, via euxinova)