I found these pumpkin erasers
moth friends saying hello
I FUCKING HATE MOTHS THANKS A LOT.
It’s ok rosy maple moth I will be your friend!
THIS BUG JUST FLEW AT MY COWORKER WHO WAS SMOKING AND LITERALLY TOOK HIS CIGARETTE FROM HIM AND IS NOW CHILLIN ON THE WALL WITH IT
A spider wouldn’t move from my monitor, so I gave him a trip into another dimension
“I actually really enjoyed this.”
I don’t normally go on tumblr but when I do it’s important.
chickens don’t make sense
angela, emily, you guys have chickens
explain this shit
Okay, you asked for it MEG!
Best answer: chickens are weird.
*Actually it’s because some birds like cranes and pigeons and chickens keep their head maintained at one point to stabilize their visual surroundings while they move, as you see this lovely lady hen doing above. You only WISH you could be like her. That’s why you see them bob their heads when they strut. Birds rely on their eyesight more than anything else and it functions to enhance depth perception and help them balance. I’m not sure why some birds do it and some birds don’t, but there you go. MAYBE I CAN WIN A NOBEL PRIZE FOR FINDING OUT…
The galaxy we live in, the Milky Way, is a large spiral galaxy that lives in a small cluster of other galaxies called the Local Group. The other big member is the Andromeda galaxy, located about 2.5 million light years away. That’s a long way off, but we’ve known for a long time that Andromeda is heading more or less toward us at a speed of roughly 100 km/sec (60 miles/second).
The question is, is it headed directly at us, or does it have some “sideways” motion and will miss us?New results announced today by astronomers using Hubble show that — gulp! — Andromeda is headed right down our throats!
But don’t panic. It won’t happen for nearly 4 billion years.
Watch the video here.
Good thing the sun will have devoured Earth by then anyway.