My mom’s friend adopted this lovely dog after he was abandoned by his previous family. His name is Shaun. Shaun had always been very good at eating all his food. Every last bit that was, he ate it. One day he started leaving a little bit behind. He wouldn’t eat everything, no matter what. He always left a little behind. Every morning when my mom’s friend checked Shaun’s bowl, the food was gone. That was very strange, because Shaun always spent the night by her side.
One night she decided to investigate the food situation. She waited quietly by the food bowl and then, in the middle of the night, a cat came through the window and ate the remaining food. She noticed the cat was actually pregnant. A week or so later the cat came into her house and gave birth to 6 little kittens. Shaun took care of them as if they were his own babies. My mom’s friend adopted the cat too (her name is Meow) and they took care of the kittens until they all found a loving home. Nowadays Meow and Shaun live happily together as a family and they each have their little bowl of food.
interracial couples are always cute
Oh my god that is so precious.
KITTENS YOUR DADDY IS A DOGGIE. YOU ARE SOME LUCKY BABIES.
I’m sorry but
too cute to not reblog. I literally tried not to reblog this but my heart wasn’t having any of it. lol.
when the only friend you have in a certain class is absent
Trojan Condoms, 1993
BRING THIS BACK, TROJAN.
Good advertising is good. Promotes safe sex and their own product!
sassy trojan, damn. i like
Black & White Kills
What I think is lost on a lot of people is that what they see to be little more than “dudebro toilet humor” is actually a nostalgic nod to the 80’s childhoods of the people creating many of today’s cartoons.
We grew up with MAD magazine, Garbage Pail Kids, and the over-the-top excesses of 80’s genre cinema. When you look at shows like Secret Mountain Fort Awesome, Uncle Grandpa, Regular Show, Adventure Time, and Gravity Falls, and say things like:
"What are the creators smoking??”
You’re forgetting that they grew up during one of the most pop-culture-saturated, outrageous periods in American history. Not only was there political turmoil, but creators of all mediums were pushing their boundaries to see just what they could get past the censor boards. Nickelodeon was in its infancy, still airing programs like You Can’t Do That on Television, which first established the network’s long-running association with green slime. Cartoons from the 80’s were often surreal and outlandish, while music branched out in numerous directions, and fashion gorged itself on neon colors, taffeta, and an overabundance of large, tacky jewelry.
So, before you try to diminish the value of a show, try to consider the roots from which it grew. What’s “stupid and gross” to you might bring back fond memories of childhood to someone else.
Gorgeous artworks by T.S. Claire
*gets gay married during the purge*
do you ever daydream of dressing boys in better clothes
i think i can accurately say that i can crush a man’s head with my thighs
Bu-but there’s nothing wrong with big thighs >:O
There should be a show just called “AU”
every single episode, a group of the same characters are in a different alternate universe with no explanation as to why.
The Google trend for the search query “quadratic formula”.
It repeats in the same pattern every year. Down in summer, up in September, down again in December and up again in spring time before going down again in the summer. And so it goes on forever.