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February 25 2017

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July 10 2015

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June 23 2015

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asherdashery:

doityourselfproject:

Apple pie with roses (x)

oH…

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June 22 2015

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June 16 2015

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moonhag:

The Himba wear little clothing, but the women are famous for covering themselves with otjize, a mixture of butter fat and ochre. The mixture gives their skins a reddish tinge. This symbolizes earth’s rich red color and the blood that symbolizes life, and is consistent with the Himba ideal of beauty.

Never not reblog this photo.

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May 17 2015

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borg-princess:

fictionalred:

borg-princess:

jumpingjacktrash:

coolthingoftheday:

Trees, like animals, can also experience albinism, though it is extremely rare.

the reason it’s rare is because without chlorophyll, the plant can’t get energy, and dies shortly after sprouting unless it has some other source of food. so if you see a plant as big as the one in the picture that doesn’t have any green in its leaves, it’s getting its nutrition from the roots of a neighboring plant of the same species, feeding on the sugars created by the other plant’s photosynthesis.

albino plants are basically vampires.

fictionalred IS THIS TRUE

confirmed tru

and this mutation is not very rare. it’s just rare that the plant survives. usually it’s not a “new” plant though. it’s a branch of the same plant that got mutated. this is also how you get those variegated plants that most people like. 

mutations are cool

There you go, from the plant goddess herself

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April 23 2015

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April 11 2015

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February 26 2015

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ihsyasinnad:

So my step son told me a few weeks ago that boys can’t have painted nails, cause it’s just for girls.

I said that’s silly! Boys can paint their nails if they want to. In Fact, I paint daddy’s nails sometimes. He was amazed.

So today I broke out the nail polish, and painted daddy’s toes. Sky was like ‘you’re silly! That looks fun! Can you do my big toes?’
So I painted his big toes and then he’s like ‘this is really fun! Can you do the others?’ So I did and then he posed with his daddy.

No three year old needs gender stereotypes.

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