Snickerdoodles with Chipperdoodles

depressingdrawers:

Breakfast at Cemetery releases on the 21st October (Tuesday next week!)

avglookingwomen:

Why you so scared? We know why you so scared.

Popeye the Sailor #12 - Shiver Me Timbers 1934

rebeccasugar:

joethejohnston:

T minus 24 hours till lift off!

Promo by Joe!!!

rebeccasugar:

joethejohnston:

T minus 24 hours till lift off!

Promo by Joe!!!

bestnatesmithever:

hahaha son this bread is huge

bestnatesmithever:

hahaha son this bread is huge

Lemon Demon - When He Died
24,076 plays
soutki:

it’s inktober huh!!!!!

soutki:

it’s inktober huh!!!!!

smalllindsay:

cecameron:

steellasagna:

THERES A NEW HOMESTARRUNNER CARTOON (ITS A POWERED BY THE CHEAT) http://homestarrunner.com/fisheyelens.html
THIS IS NOT A DRIL

THIS IS HAPPENING

Thank you god’s friend jesus.

jtotheizzoe:

NEW VIDEO!

Bats: Wonders of the Night

In this week’s It’s Okay To Be Smart you’ll learn all about some BAT-ass flying mammals. 

I live in Austin, TX, a city known for breakfast tacos, cowboy hipsters, live music, and BATS. Lots of bats. Yet, even after living in this city for years, I had no idea just how many bats called Central Texas home. That is, until I shot this video.

Our backdrop for this episode, Bracken Cave near San Antonio, TX, is a very special place. That cave is home the largest congregation of mammals on Earth, 20+ million Mexican free-tailed bats. In some areas of the cave, 200+ are hanging in a single square foot! At sunset, when they journey out to find dinner… well, it’s one of the most amazing sights I’ve ever seen (and heard). Their emergence lasts hours, flowing overhead like a river of wings, rushing by with the sound of a fluttering waterfall.

The bats that live here can eat as many as 100 tons of insects in a single night! Exactly how they hunt is even cooler, but you’ll have to watch the video to find out more.

You’ll also learn what bats eat, why they might be the most advanced flying hunters in nature, the incredible impact they have on ecosystems, and how we are threatening their future with disease and habitat loss. Oh, and poop. You’ll learn about bat poop.

Special thanks to Bat Conservation International for their help making this video. They own the land around Bracken Cave, in order to protect this natural treasure for the future. Check out their website to learn how you can help protect these amazing animals.

If you like the videos we’re making, please consider subscribing on YouTube, and share this one with your bat-loving friends :)

I was thinking about the brave little toaster and remembered this song and i’m posting because man, The brave little toaster handles some very intense themes…

beatonna:

I want cable knit sweaters to be something they are not 

beatonna:

I want cable knit sweaters to be something they are not 

you guys, sweet victory is on spotify

itsaliveblog:

Yeahhhh totes have this jetlag thing beat.
*stares at ceiling for fun*

DOES THIS MAKE YOU A


CEILING…FAN!?!