Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen
Sharing a drink we call Loneliness, but it's better than drinking alone

goldenfleeces:

HoO + text posts

all art by minuiko


httyd-fanarts:

Astrid in watercolours and pencil

By isthatachallengecottontail


peanutbutterjotunheim:

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 Normally calm, and good natured, a Chris rarely snarls or squabbles because there is usually only one in a herd. However, when another Chris invades it’s territory a dance will ensue. With backs firmly pressed together the Chris’s will push and sass one another, baring their fangs in a daring display of dominant behavior.


Emilia Clarke in the Game of Thrones S4 bloopers


brttny32194:

but why do i say “i know” to my pets when they make noises. im lying to them. i don’t know anything.


hljack:

I found a friend in you.

therealabiril:

is it val she’s smooth like this.
na i dont think so she got jealous the last time this happened, also, she wouldnt say the lannisters send their regards, but she would stab me so i really dont know we need more information

WHO THE FUCK KEEPS FLIRTING WITH YOU

it’s definitey not me- you better keep your eyes open pal


frozen + text posts (insp)

nefertsukia:

howtotrainyourbabyboo:

My money makers

Lovely smackers! Now I feel the need to showcase mine somehow. :p

Aw no way! Your lips are like angel pillows. You can’t show me up now xD


lazycookies:

*PUNCHES A WALL* MY FRIENDS ARE SUPER ATTRACTIVE

*THROWS A CHAIR OUT THE WINDOW* MY FRIENDS ARE SUPER ADORABLE

*CLIMBS TO THE TOP OF A MOUNTAIN AND SWAN DIVES OFF OF IT* MY FRIENDS ARE GODDAMN BEAUTIFUL AND I LOVE THEM A LOTTT


Seaweed is cool, seaweed is fun, it gets its food from the rays of the sun


A life changing decision



earthandanimals:

panthxra:

Hello there! I want to encourage you to not participate in cub petting schemes as they are very detrimental to the tiger species as a whole.  Pay-to-play schemes are extremely exploitative and cruel, so please don’t spend your money to contribute to this terrible industry. The pay-to-play industry does nothing for conservation (even if the keepers told you it does…they’re lying to you), it actually does the exact opposite: contribute to the extinction of tigers.

Please, allow me to explain: you see, as the need for more cubs for these schemes grows, the more mothers are forcibly bred (so much breeding can lead to cancer, and, evidently, death). The people who breed the mothers take the cubs away at dangerously early ages (a few weeks old). This leads to death or illness for many cubs because they don’t have the immune system to deal with germs from the public. Those cubs that are lucky (kind of) enough to survive all of that are then taken from the facilities that allow cub petting because they are too big and dangerous to be constantly groped by the public. The cubs are then sold to rundown, roadside zoos, people to be kept in small cages in backyards, canned hunting facilities, etc. Basically, the life of a tiger in the pay-to-play industry, whether it be a mother, father, or cub, is really shitty.

That little green fence and ugly grey carpet looks familiar…Wildlife In Need am I correct? The people who profit from these schemes don’t care about healthy bloodlines, they just want as many cubs as possible because more cubs = more $$$$$. This leads to inbred cubs. I understand that Wildlife In Need breeds for color morphs such as the white tiger and golden tabby tiger. Tigers with these color morphs are inbred and suffer from many health problems; they do not live happy lives. Since most (if not all tbh) cubs in the industry are inbred (and/or are “mutts” between different subspecies), they can’t even be used for conservation purposes that tigers so desperately need.

Please don’t think this is a personal attack aimed towards you; I am simply trying to spread awareness about a HUGE issue that goes on all over the world. 

Here have some resources: x|x|x|x|x… there are so many more, but it would take forever to list them all. If you need more I have a tag dedicated to this wonderful practice of cub petting. If you have any questions, there are plenty of blogs that can answer them for you (including me), so don’t be afraid to ask for them if you want.

Remember, no responsible facility allows unprotected contact between its dangerous/wild animals and the general public.

Reblogging the one with INFORMATION too. Take notes everyone.


Reblog if you’re a cuddler.