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notasock:

Who is Jay Gatsby’s favorite superhero?

Green Lantern

And his least favorite?

Dead Pool

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August is like the sunday of summer vacation

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james-winston:

The Titanoboa, is a 48ft long snake dating from around 60-58million years ago. It had a rib cage 2ft wide, allowing it to eat whole crocodiles, and surrounding the ribcage were muscles so powerful that it could crush a rhinoTitanoboa was so big it couldn’t even spend long amounts of time on land, because the force of gravity acting on it would cause it to suffocate under its own weight.

I’m so glad they aren’t around

omg me too. I’m scared enough of 26 ft long anacondas. I’m so happy Megalodons, those giant sharks, aren’t alive either

Praise natural selection

I remember watching Walking with Beasts or something similar, or some British tv show about evolution

The subject was something like a 12 foot long water scorpion

I was so startled by its sudden appearance and narration that I yelped: “12 fucking feet?!?!  I’m fucking glad it’s extinct!” 

Dude, prehistory was home to some fucking TERRIFYING creatures. For some reason, everything back then was enormous and scary. Extinction doesn’t always have to be a bad thing!

And Poppy, what you saw was an arthropod known as Pterygotus (it was actually featured in Walking With Monsters). Not only was it as big (or maybe even bigger) than your average human, it had a stinger the size of a lightbulb. REALLY glad that bugger isn’t around anymore.

Also, Megalodon deserves to be mention again, because just hearing its name makes me want to never be submerged in water ever again.

GOD, I HATE THIS POST. HOW DO WE EVEN KNOW THAT SHIT ISN’T STILL AROUND? LURKING? EVOLVING? WE DON’T. WE DON’T KNOW SHIT ABOUT SHIT DOWN THERE. THE OCEAN IS A PRIMEVAL HELLSCAPE NIGHTMARE AND WE ALL JUST DIP OUR STUPID FRAGILE UNPROTECTED FETUS BODIES AROUND THE EDGES OF IT LIKE THAT’S NORMAL. FUCK THE OCEAN.

BASILISK 

It’s definitely not the only reason, but at least one possible reason why many  prehistoric critters were enormous is that there used to be a lot more oxygen in the atmosphere. Here’s an example with dragonflies.

More oxygen means easier respiration for many species, which means more prolific use of energy— and other organisms who didn’t receive the benefit to compete with those that did may also have grown larger as well.

But as I said, this is probably not the only reason and is only one hypothesis.

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viria:

I NEVER KNEW HOW BADLY I NEEDED HAIKYUU!! RULE 63 UNTIL I DREW ONE. and I should be working, working on important stuff

but there was no escape, my hand was drawing uncontrollably 

also a little bonus with managers which I was too tired to finish:


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viria's Rule 63 Haikyuu!! I swear to god Tanaka I SWEAR TO GOD

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viria's Rule 63 Haikyuu!! I swear to god Tanaka I SWEAR TO GOD

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'We're not expecting you to be perfect. Just pretty close.’
mY WOMEN STILL LOOK LIKE MEN BUT YOU CAN’T STOP ME FROM SHIPPNG THISss
@viria, whose post i found just 30 minutes ago— dlkf;affff you’re awesome. i love you. I probably ship your versions harder than the original(and your Noya totally makes me have a gay crisis, too)
GUHHHH THEY’RE SO CUTE Q______Q

isaenri:

'We're not expecting you to be perfect. Just pretty close.

mY WOMEN STILL LOOK LIKE MEN BUT YOU CAN’T STOP ME FROM SHIPPNG THISss

@viria, whose post i found just 30 minutes ago— dlkf;affff you’re awesome. i love you. I probably ship your versions harder than the original(and your Noya totally makes me have a gay crisis, too)

GUHHHH THEY’RE SO CUTE Q______Q

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