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hippie—shit:

We Heart It.

kinjouu:

a mix for the anxious, stressed, and sleepless - to calm and assure you that you can make it through

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dream-kittty:

for all the princesses going through a hard time right now
~lift you head up princess, dont let your crown fall~

Reblog if you will answer LITERALLY ANY anon questions.


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BRING IT ON

soupery:

these puppies believe in you, and you should too

unhappyblowjob:

unhappyblowjob:

unhappyblowjob:

why

195 furry sogns 

IT JUST GETS SO MUCH WORSE

ARE THESE THINGS RECENTLY MADE? IS THERE EVEN A VIEWING FOR THESE

x3

I bet it says “yiff”

bribryontour:

CALL OUT JASON (VEEONEEYE)

Reblog this please, everyone needs to know about it and talk about it.

PLEASE DO NOT READ IF YOU ARE RECOVERING FROM EATING DISORDER OR ARE TRIGGERED BY POSTS OF WEIGHT LOSS OR WAYS TO DO SO

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beben-eleben:

The Complete Hayao Miyazaki Minimalist Poster Collection - Created by Moon Poster

freshtendril:

The Lawn Mushroom; Cracked Cap Agrocybe, Agrocybe praecox

There is a stately troop of tan-brown spored mushrooms growing at the edge of the lawn. They came up so randomly, and I wanted to know what they are. So out came the books and keys, and after some leafing through pages and back and forth, they ID’ed out to Agrocybe praecox. With some additional references, I’ve found that it is possible they could be A. molesta. The difference is that A. praecox grows mostly in wood debris or tree roots, while A. molesta grows in lawns, where mine was discovered, though it was near decomposing wood mulch. So who knows, and really, it doesn’t matter that much. A. praecox is considered a complex of very similarly related mushrooms with subtle differences.

Going through dichotomous keys are a lot like a choose your own adventure book. When you don’t like where one path leads, you go back to the fork in the road and wander in a different direction until you’re satisfied with the answer.

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