songbirdsofthesea:

slimmeroo:

holy shit

I read somewhere that sirens/mermaids sang songs that they heard from sailors on passing ships. I imagine this is what a modern siren would sound like singing this song.

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gixsy:

Best gif ever

gixsy:

Best gif ever

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ivorycream:

☽♡☾

ivorycream:

☽♡☾

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so-troyler:

troyethesexynugget:

tr-oyesivan:

I just love this gif because of their genuine smiles

They’re so cute aww

this gif is everything

so-troyler:

troyethesexynugget:

tr-oyesivan:

I just love this gif because of their genuine smiles

They’re so cute aww

this gif is everything

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machina-rex:

atlasflames:

jillyfishfillet:

it’s 2014 why do boys still think girls like the smell of axe

idk bout u but i love the smell of an axe in my hands. smells like wood polish and cold iron. smells like power and fear. 

image

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bethmai:

congratulations on reading the book before it was made into a film

you win: nothing

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addisuns:

getcho ass outta here aint no one tryina fuck with you shark

addisuns:

getcho ass outta here aint no one tryina fuck with you shark

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earthnation:

i’m the popcorn kernel that never popped in the bag of life

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Q: Let's say there's a tree (we'll call it "Tree A"). We cut a branch off that tree and plant it in the ground, that branch takes root and begins to grow. At what point does that planted branch stop being "a piece from Tree A" and become Tree B? Does it EVER become "Tree B"? That newly planted branch would be genetically identical to the tree it was cut from although its' growth would be different as it was exposed to slightly different amounts of wind, rain, sunlight, nutrients, etc.

edwardspoonhands:

Tree B would simply be a clone of Tree A…genetically identical but a different organism pretty much the moment you disconnected it from Tree A. Just because two things are genetically identical does not make them the same organism (see Jack and Finn Harries.)

Also, a genetically identical tree wouldn’t look the same as another tree as the shape of the tree is determined by environmental, not genetic, factors (as you say.)


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17yr:

17yr:

how was the roman empire cut in half

with a pair of ceasars

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