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mimimariet:

An extra hour in the ballpit! Alriiight!

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I CAN HEAR HER

schoolfact:

this blog will make you laugh your ass off!

schoolfact:

this blog will make you laugh your ass off!

sniffing:

when you’re starving and a friend offers you a piece of their food

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su-upernatural:

kiss-my-assbutt-cuz-im-your-god:

thestoryofsweeran:

helloimemmy:

heartsofthebroken:

paperangelsandplastichearts:


I CAN’T I’M DONE I JUST CAN’T

NIGHTBLOGGING AT ITS FUCKING GREATEST.

I just fucking love all of you.

Tumblr at night is a demented child’s dream

Child?

serious string 

shiny-cradily:

I love vileplume 

shiny-cradily:

I love vileplume 

jockdays:

Hot studs, hung jocks, and thick cocks!
http://jockdays.tumblr.com/

jockdays:

Hot studs, hung jocks, and thick cocks!

http://jockdays.tumblr.com/

marshmallowknight:

what i am not:

  • a girl
  • a boy

what i am:

  • unholy spawn of darkness and fear
  • dreaded by all who encounter me
  • kinda hungry
mindblowingscience:

CROWS BEAT TEST THAT STUMPS LITTLE KIDS

In Aesop’s fable about the crow and the pitcher, a thirsty bird finds a vessel of water, but when he tries to drink from it, he finds that the water level is too low. Not strong enough to knock over the pitcher, the bird drops pebbles into it—one at a time—until the water level rises enough for him to drink his fill.
Highlighting the value of ingenuity, the fable demonstrates that cognitive ability can often be more effective than brute force. It also characterizes crows as pretty resourceful problem solvers.
New research conducted by University of California, Santa Barbara’s Corina Logan and collaborators proves the birds’ intellectual prowess may be more fact than fiction. The findings appear in PLOS ONE.
“We showed that crows can discriminate between different volumes of water and that they can pass a modified test that so far only 7- to 10-year-old children have been able to complete successfully,” says Logan, who is lead author of the paper.
“We provide the strongest evidence so far that the birds attend to cause-and-effect relationships by choosing options that displace more water.”

Continue Reading.

mindblowingscience:

CROWS BEAT TEST THAT STUMPS LITTLE KIDS

In Aesop’s fable about the crow and the pitcher, a thirsty bird finds a vessel of water, but when he tries to drink from it, he finds that the water level is too low. Not strong enough to knock over the pitcher, the bird drops pebbles into it—one at a time—until the water level rises enough for him to drink his fill.

Highlighting the value of ingenuity, the fable demonstrates that cognitive ability can often be more effective than brute force. It also characterizes crows as pretty resourceful problem solvers.

New research conducted by University of California, Santa Barbara’s Corina Logan and collaborators proves the birds’ intellectual prowess may be more fact than fiction. The findings appear in PLOS ONE.

“We showed that crows can discriminate between different volumes of water and that they can pass a modified test that so far only 7- to 10-year-old children have been able to complete successfully,” says Logan, who is lead author of the paper.

“We provide the strongest evidence so far that the birds attend to cause-and-effect relationships by choosing options that displace more water.”

Continue Reading.


jockdays:

Hot studs, hung jocks, and thick cocks!
http://jockdays.tumblr.com/

jockdays:

Hot studs, hung jocks, and thick cocks!

http://jockdays.tumblr.com/


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