Dashcon raised $17,000 for a shitty ball pit.
I only need $350 to help save my cat.
I will give you an extra hour in the ball pit if you help me save my cat.
Thanks to everyone spreading this around!!! I have just about half of the money I need now! Keep reblogging and donating if you can!
the contrabass saxophone is such an absurd instrument
talk dirty to me
Have ya’ll seen the double contrabass flute before???
reblogging my own post because what in the fuck
i give you the contrabass tuba. Why is it real. I dont know.
Know what’s even better?
All of these instruments are totally unnecessary and it’s fabulous.
Wow it’s been a while since I’ve been on here. But, anyways, I finally finished season eight of Supernatural. I have a rant to follow this, but, spoiler alert if you’re not caught up (or at least past season eight).
Anyhow, what the actual fuck? What is wrong with Dean? I’m pretty understanding to both brother’s sides of the story. Dean wants what’s best for Sam and Sam wants what’s best for everyone else. Dean is pretty selfish when it comes to Sam, especially at the end of season eight. I mean, come on, Sam went through all these trial, he literally went through hell, and he’s sacrificed so much. Yes, he would die if he finished them, and yes, I get it, Dean can’t loose anyone else. But after all their work, he wants to throw it away and keep demons in the world just so he can have his brother? That’s pretty selfish. I get it, I really do, it sucks to loose someone you love, especially after everyone he’s lost, but compare one person to the rest of the world. I also get how Sam feels. I know Dean wants the best for him, but he puts a lot of pressure on Sam, and sometimes it’s too much for him.
If I was Dean, I would have let Sam complete that last trial. The world would have been saved.
I like Dean, a lot, but fuck you Dean. You made a huge mistake, and I hope you pay for it.
heroin addict? no, heroine addict. please give me more leading ladies i need them to survive
A bed of LIES
That bunny’s expression is slightly terrifying.
Photographer Matt Binstead captured these stunning photos of a TINY harvest mouse as it clinged to a dandelion blowing in the wind in the British Wildlife Centre in Lingfield. [Article]