bonitagorda:

cumberbuddy:

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skittleoakley:

Daughter tells her Dad he’s going to be a Grandpa [x]

When he says “really” ;’)

Never leave this un-reblogged

What a dear human being he is. 

this is so beautiful :’)

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humorinrecovery:

Super incredibly maddening thing about mental illness:

Fighting your ass off to live a normal life and function as well as you can, and instead of getting credit and having people be proud of you for all the efforts you’re making, having people use your apparently normal behavior as a reason to invalidate you and think you weren’t that sick to begin with.

It takes a lot of badassery to act this normal, but the effort is all invisible 

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mindblowingscience:

Two New Venomous Jellyfish Species Found in Australia

Two new species of jellyfish have been discovered off the coast of Western Australia. One is surprisingly large. The other is tiny. Both are extremely venomous.
These two newfound creatures are thought to pack painful stings that cause Irukandji syndrome, a constellation of symptoms that includes lower back pain, vomiting, difficulty breathing, cramps and spasms. Though Irukandji syndrome usually isn’t life threatening, two people who were stung in the Great Barrier Reef in 2002 died from severe Irukandji-related hypertension.
Previously, only two jellyfish species from Western Australia were known to cause Irukandji syndrome. The discovery of the two new species brings the total number of Irukandji jellies worldwide to 16.
Research scientist Lisa-ann Gershwin, who is director of the Australian Marine Stinger Advisory Services, described the new box jellyfish, or cubozoans, last month in the Records of the Western Australian Museum.

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mindblowingscience:

Two New Venomous Jellyfish Species Found in Australia

Two new species of jellyfish have been discovered off the coast of Western Australia. One is surprisingly large. The other is tiny. Both are extremely venomous.

These two newfound creatures are thought to pack painful stings that cause Irukandji syndrome, a constellation of symptoms that includes lower back pain, vomiting, difficulty breathing, cramps and spasms. Though Irukandji syndrome usually isn’t life threatening, two people who were stung in the Great Barrier Reef in 2002 died from severe Irukandji-related hypertension.

Previously, only two jellyfish species from Western Australia were known to cause Irukandji syndrome. The discovery of the two new species brings the total number of Irukandji jellies worldwide to 16.

Research scientist Lisa-ann Gershwin, who is director of the Australian Marine Stinger Advisory Services, described the new box jellyfish, or cubozoans, last month in the Records of the Western Australian Museum.

Continue Reading.

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laveneredissepolta:

Sino-Korean Owl Moth (Brahmaea certhia)

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honeystopthecar:

beardyboywonder:

every gamer’s reaction upon finding a blood-covered room: well that’s not good

I am pretty sure that is not exclusive just to gamers.

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If someone hurts you or treats you badly, it’s not because you provoked them. It’s not because you let them hurt you. It’s because they were willing to hurt another human being. It’s because of them, not because of you. Do not blame yourself for other people’s actions. — Emm Roy (via mourningmelody)

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