and you can choose what kind of tree you want to become
just imagine cemeteries looking like this
life after death
THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT I WANTthis is how all cemeteries should look. its awkward to hug a gravestone. imagine hugging your grandma/tree. ugh rebuild all cemeteries
And then the trees get chopped down to make paper. And that paper gets made into books. Because we’re all just stories in the end.
I come home from a six hour drive from Los Angeles back to my house and im fuckin hungry so im gonna make a quesadilla right and i sprinkle the fucking cheese on the tortilla right and i put it in the microwave except the microwaAVE ISNT THERE. WHERE THE FUCK IS MY MICROWAVE WHERE THE FUCK IS IT SOMEONEN STOLE MY GODDAMNED MICROWAVE WHILE I WAS VACATIONING. MY TV IS STILL HERE EVERYTHING IS STILL HERE THEY STOLE MY GOIDAMNED MICROWVAE. ITS FUCKING GONE WHAT THE HELL I JUST WANT A GODAMNED MOTHEFUCKING QUESADILLA
EXCERPTS >|< Comparative Tests On A Human And A Chimpanzee Infant Of Approximately The Same Age (1932)
A series of gifs excerpted from Comparative Tests On A Human And A Chimpanzee Infant Of Approximately The Same Age (1932): a film from the Psychological Cinema Register of The Pennsylvania State College that compares the reactions of a normal human infant between the ages of 10 and 14.5 months to psychological tests, and the responses of a chimpanzee companion, age 7.5 to 12 months, to the same tests. The documentary also brings out the effects of different rates of growth and learning abilities and illustrates the capacity of the animal to outdo the child in many tests.
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Una serie di gif estratte da Comparative Tests On A Human And A Chimpanzee Infant Of Approximately The Same Age (1932): un film realizzato dal Psychological Cinema Register of The Pennsylvania State College che mette a confronto un bambino e un cucciolo di scimpanzè approssimativamente della stessa età. Il documentario rivela anche gli effetti dei diversi tassi di crescita e la capacità di apprendimento e illustra la capacità dell’animale di superare il bambino in molti test.
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this post has made me come to a realization: replace all babies with chimps; they’re better
Real Animals With Real Superpowers
Could you go without water for 4 years, walk on water, or live forever? These animals can.
Real animal superpowers, #3 is a sea creature that literally lives forever! This is so cool!
Shey: *whispers* It's crunchy...
Me: ITS CALLED AL DENTE...
Shey: WELL SORRY
Me: YOU UNCULTURED POTATO