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thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

fuoco-go:

runaeveena:

feelitinyourbones:

wweird:

chasing-a-starlight:

Two mama cats who gave birth at the same time, co-mothering their eight new babies.
However, I prefer to think of them as a lesbian cat couple.

lesbian cat couple yes good



cat otp


i felt the otp coming on
here

ITS BACK ON MY DASH :D
I will always, ALWAYS reblog the lesbian cat moms
Raising their kittens together and being adorable little lesbian kittehs
Also that artwork is the best okay just
HAPPY LESBIAN CATS

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

fuoco-go:

runaeveena:

feelitinyourbones:

wweird:

chasing-a-starlight:

Two mama cats who gave birth at the same time, co-mothering their eight new babies.

However, I prefer to think of them as a lesbian cat couple.

lesbian cat couple yes good

cat otp

image

i felt the otp coming on

here

ITS BACK ON MY DASH :D

I will always, ALWAYS reblog the lesbian cat moms

Raising their kittens together and being adorable little lesbian kittehs

Also that artwork is the best okay just

HAPPY LESBIAN CATS

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yall-mothafuckas-need-misha:

meowgon:

radiumshine:

cptprocrastination:

BABIES

OH NO BABIES

BABIES!!!!!

OH MY GOD BABIES

tombraider:

toy-panda:


Panda’s Ambitious Lock Screen Wallpapers Project

Tomb Raider (2013) [1/1]

BRB changing my phone wallpaper immediately. 

michaelmidnight:

Japanese School Girls and Fake Dragon Ball Z Attacks!

The new DBZ film opens soon and it appears girls over in Japan are recreating some of the show’s signature moves!

I totally dig this!

Here’s the original article with more pictures from Kotaku!

(Source: michaelmidnight)

rocketcollecting:

bakeanddestroy:

iwillnotactuallykillanyonetoday:

ceedling:


Why go to Tiffany’s for a wedding band when you have one grown from your own bones? That’s what five British couples did this spring, starting with a trip to the hospital for a quick jaw biopsy to retrieve bone cells. The idea - a romantic experiment dubbed biojewelry - is the love child of Tobie Kerridge and Nikki Stott, design researchers at the Royal College of Art, and Ian Thompson, a bioengineer at Kings College London. The trio used a four-step process (below) to coax the cells into skeletal symbols of everlasting devotion. It takes months. In September, the jewelry - plus still photos and a time-lapse video of the process - will go on display at Guy’s Hospital in London. After that, the betrothed get the rings for keeps. “I love the idea that it’s precious only to us because it is, literally, us,” says Harriet Harris, one of the participants. “It’s almost worthless to anyone else.” You can’t say that about platinum.
The process1. Extract bone chips from jaw. Rinse.2. Place bone cells in ring-shaped bioactive ceramic scaffold.3. Feed liquid nutrients and culture in a temperature-controlled bioreactor for six weeks.4. After coral-like bone forms fully around scaffold, pare down to final ring shape and insert silver liner (for engraving).
Some Links about it:
http://bioartwindsor.blogspot.com/2010/11/wedding-rings-made-from-your-partners.html
http://www.mohdi.com/2007/01/23/bone-wedding-ring/

actually hella cool

Woah!

Holy shit. This is amazing.

Science. Is.AWESOME.

rocketcollecting:

bakeanddestroy:

iwillnotactuallykillanyonetoday:

ceedling:

Why go to Tiffany’s for a wedding band when you have one grown from your own bones? That’s what five British couples did this spring, starting with a trip to the hospital for a quick jaw biopsy to retrieve bone cells. The idea - a romantic experiment dubbed biojewelry - is the love child of Tobie Kerridge and Nikki Stott, design researchers at the Royal College of Art, and Ian Thompson, a bioengineer at Kings College London. The trio used a four-step process (below) to coax the cells into skeletal symbols of everlasting devotion. It takes months. In September, the jewelry - plus still photos and a time-lapse video of the process - will go on display at Guy’s Hospital in London. After that, the betrothed get the rings for keeps. “I love the idea that it’s precious only to us because it is, literally, us,” says Harriet Harris, one of the participants. “It’s almost worthless to anyone else.” You can’t say that about platinum.

The process
1. Extract bone chips from jaw. Rinse.
2. Place bone cells in ring-shaped bioactive ceramic scaffold.
3. Feed liquid nutrients and culture in a temperature-controlled bioreactor for six weeks.
4. After coral-like bone forms fully around scaffold, pare down to final ring shape and insert silver liner (for engraving).

Some Links about it:

http://bioartwindsor.blogspot.com/2010/11/wedding-rings-made-from-your-partners.html

http://www.mohdi.com/2007/01/23/bone-wedding-ring/

actually hella cool

Woah!

Holy shit. This is amazing.

Science. Is.AWESOME.

(Source: beesbonesampersands)

solluxcaptor:

lapirin:


R4D1C4L!

Latula // Photographer

omg, everything about this is awesome!!

solluxcaptor:

lapirin:

R4D1C4L!

Latula // Photographer

omg, everything about this is awesome!!

(Source: finalellipsis)

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squibwerb:

ephemeral-aeroliths:

oH my god the way the two look at each other 

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oh my goD

(Source: videohall)