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Hi! My name's Z. I'm 22. I love spiders and metal. I drink too much, cuss too much, smoke too much, and I have a questionable sense of morals.
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hallekiefer:

God bless this place.

hallekiefer:

God bless this place.

estufar:

This actual headline from The New York Times in 1919 welcomes you to Night Vale.

estufar:

This actual headline from The New York Times in 1919 welcomes you to Night Vale.

2am:

i thought id try my hand at one of those motivational pictures of nature with google text over it

2am:

i thought id try my hand at one of those motivational pictures of nature with google text over it

lady-eve:

I just realized that the lack of acceptance for asexuals is literally the dumbest thing.
Like, you can’t handle the thought of two dudes kissing? Okay you’re dumb and terrible whatever.
But you can’t handle the idea… Of someone… Not kissing anyone? What are you worried about? They’re gonna eat too much mac n cheese?? Draw too many dinosaurs??? Tell me

reptilesrevolution:

Venomous vs. poisonousThere is a difference between organisms that are venomous and those that are poisonous, two commonly confused terms applied to plant and animal life. Venomous, as stated above, refers to animals that deliver (often, inject) venom into their prey when hunting or as a defense mechanism. Poisonous, on the other hand, describes plants or animals that are harmful when consumed or touched. A poison tends to be distributed over a large part of the body of the organism producing it, while venom is typically produced in organs specialized for the purpose. One species of bird, the hooded pitohui, although not venomous, is poisonous, secreting a neurotoxin onto its skin and feathers. The slow loris, a primate, blurs the boundary between poisonous and venomous. From patches on the inside of its elbows it secretes a toxin, which it is believed to smear on its young to prevent them from being eaten; however, it will also lick these patches, giving it a venomous bite
VenomSnakes are not poisonous and frogs are not venomous. Venom is a toxic substance that is injected. Certain species of snakes, scorpions and spiders are venomous, not poisonous. Venom glands typically form the toxic substance and the venom is stored until it is needed. The venomous animal will then bite or sting another creature, whether as intended prey or in defense, and the venom will be injected. Depending on the amount injected, the susceptibility of the animal injected and the size of the animal, various degrees of illness, including death, can occur. If you call a snake poisonous, you are actually implying that the snake has a toxic substance on his body and poisoning will occur if the snake is handled. This does not occur. Venom is used primarily to immobilize prey and is rarely used as a defense mechanism. The venomous animal will bite in an attack but injecting venom is usually reserved for prey items.PoisonA poison is a substance that is absorbed through the skin or ingested, resulting in toxicity. Certain amphibians, fish and insects secrete a substance that is poisonous. The poisonous animal does not inject the substance into another creature. The substance is either absorbed through the skin or ingested when the poisonous animal is placed in the mouth or swallowed. Poison is typically used as a defense mechanism and is rarely used to incapacitate prey.
http://www.preservevenomous.com/Venom_Vs_Poison/Venom_Vs_Poison.htm

reptilesrevolution:

Venomous vs. poisonous

There is a difference between organisms that are venomous and those that are poisonous, two commonly confused terms applied to plant and animal life. Venomous, as stated above, refers to animals that deliver (often, inject) venom into their prey when hunting or as a defense mechanism. Poisonous, on the other hand, describes plants or animals that are harmful when consumed or touched. A poison tends to be distributed over a large part of the body of the organism producing it, while venom is typically produced in organs specialized for the purpose. One species of bird, the hooded pitohui, although not venomous, is poisonous, secreting a neurotoxin onto its skin and feathers. The slow loris, a primate, blurs the boundary between poisonous and venomous. From patches on the inside of its elbows it secretes a toxin, which it is believed to smear on its young to prevent them from being eaten; however, it will also lick these patches, giving it a venomous bite

Venom

Snakes are not poisonous and frogs are not venomous. Venom is a toxic substance that is injected. Certain species of snakes, scorpions and spiders are venomous, not poisonous. Venom glands typically form the toxic substance and the venom is stored until it is needed. The venomous animal will then bite or sting another creature, whether as intended prey or in defense, and the venom will be injected. Depending on the amount injected, the susceptibility of the animal injected and the size of the animal, various degrees of illness, including death, can occur. 
If you call a snake poisonous, you are actually implying that the snake has a toxic substance on his body and poisoning will occur if the snake is handled. This does not occur. Venom is used primarily to immobilize prey and is rarely used as a defense mechanism. The venomous animal will bite in an attack but injecting venom is usually reserved for prey items.

Poison

A poison is a substance that is absorbed through the skin or ingested, resulting in toxicity. Certain amphibians, fish and insects secrete a substance that is poisonous. The poisonous animal does not inject the substance into another creature. The substance is either absorbed through the skin or ingested when the poisonous animal is placed in the mouth or swallowed. Poison is typically used as a defense mechanism and is rarely used to incapacitate prey.

http://www.preservevenomous.com/Venom_Vs_Poison/Venom_Vs_Poison.htm

nedahoyin:

donaldsterlingsshriveledpenis:

message to some white girls in my past

Speak..
somewhatvintage:

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somewhatvintage:

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kheleksul:

Fell, Oniongrump’s character. I had the honor of redesigning her. And after Dota cosmetics, for some reason, i think purple looks great with green. Maybe it’s because we all subconsciously love Barney.

kheleksul:

Fell, Oniongrump’s character. I had the honor of redesigning her. And after Dota cosmetics, for some reason, i think purple looks great with green. Maybe it’s because we all subconsciously love Barney.

wistfullycountry:

Orange Almond Cake w/Orange Blossom Buttercream | Adventures in Cooking

wistfullycountry:

Orange Almond Cake w/Orange Blossom Buttercream | Adventures in Cooking

delta-breezes:

Mint Panna Cotta | Chili & Tonka

delta-breezes:

Mint Panna Cotta | Chili & Tonka

dougfromkc:

unshaped:

middriff:

he tried to help

tried

"Dont- oh…ok"

dougfromkc:

unshaped:

middriff:

he tried to help

tried

"Dont- oh…ok"