oooohkay I’m on a Barcelona holiday, starting tomorrow ^^

drawology:

no-one-can-have-any-fun-at-all:

theladyofpie:

willyciraptor:

spookywillsmith:

spooking-not-treating:

tyleroakley:

WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU DOING

i’M CRYING

NO

why

Because they are swarming! ^_^
Hello friends, I’m going to tell you some cool stuff about bees and why you shouldn’t be afraid of them!
See, there is a lot of misplaced fear over our fuzzy pollinating buddies. Many folks think they are mean and dangerous, but bees are very good little friends. The little, kind bee should not be mistaken for their evil look a likes, such as Hornets Yellow Jackets and Wasps, which are evil and should be hated like the beasts they are. Bees are docile by nature, and are not a threat to anyone who’s not allergic to them.
These bees are Swarming, which despite it’s scary sounding name, is not a dangerous time to be around bees. This time is the safest time to be around bees because they couldn’t give a hoot about you. These bees are gathering themselves together in order to go as a whole colony to find a new home. The gif is showing how bees don’t mind the outside world at this point in a swarm. The bees probably feel like a tickle on his hand. ^-^
Here’s some cool facts about bees!
-Bees are the BEST pollinators in the world! better than butterflies, or humming birds.
-Bees in a colony are all females. The males of the species look totes different and are called drones.
-Bees are totally different from Yellow Jackets, Hornets, and Wasps. They are not even close relatives in the insect kingdom!
-“Africanized” Bees are of no threat to anyone north of the New Mexico, and they barely pose a risk there! They are more territorial than some other species of bees, but not as bad as wasps.
-Many crops rely on bees.
-Bees will often die after stinging someone. Bees know this, and thus will do much to avoid stinging you. Hate to say it buddy, but you’re not worth their time.
-Honey, in it’s natural state, is a vitamin rich superfood! It can help with everything from icky feelings, to gross hair.
-Bees are threatened in many places by parasites, people, and misinformation. Do your part to help the bees and plant some flowers.
Thank u friends! ^u^

I used to have a book on the origin of bizarre English words and phrases that have either been warped far from their origins or have fallen out of use in the past century. I gave the book to an English professor of mine as a thank you for a great semester. I can’t give you a specific citation and you should consider this anecdotal, but I thought I would share it anyways.
There was a particular practice in England that involved bees in the Early Modern Period called ‘telling the bees”.
If you owned property it was important to have your own hive. These bees were so important that they were considered a part of your family. Whenever something of significance happened with the family (especially a death) someone had to go out and tell the bees everything that happened. It was believed that if the bees felt left out, they would become depressed and would be less effective at pollinating and producing honey. Sometimes other practices were involved like giving the bees a slice of wedding cake, draping the bees in a black mourning cloth, singing to them, etc.
I just thought I should share that with everyone. Because it’s the little things.

Yes, you shouldn’t be afraid of bees… unless you’re allergic to them, Then just stay the hell away.

drawology:

no-one-can-have-any-fun-at-all:

theladyofpie:

willyciraptor:

spookywillsmith:

spooking-not-treating:

tyleroakley:

WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU DOING

i’M CRYING

NO

why

Because they are swarming! ^_^

Hello friends, I’m going to tell you some cool stuff about bees and why you shouldn’t be afraid of them!

See, there is a lot of misplaced fear over our fuzzy pollinating buddies. Many folks think they are mean and dangerous, but bees are very good little friends. The little, kind bee should not be mistaken for their evil look a likes, such as Hornets Yellow Jackets and Wasps, which are evil and should be hated like the beasts they are. Bees are docile by nature, and are not a threat to anyone who’s not allergic to them.

These bees are Swarming, which despite it’s scary sounding name, is not a dangerous time to be around bees. This time is the safest time to be around bees because they couldn’t give a hoot about you. These bees are gathering themselves together in order to go as a whole colony to find a new home. The gif is showing how bees don’t mind the outside world at this point in a swarm. The bees probably feel like a tickle on his hand. ^-^

Here’s some cool facts about bees!

-Bees are the BEST pollinators in the world! better than butterflies, or humming birds.

-Bees in a colony are all females. The males of the species look totes different and are called drones.

-Bees are totally different from Yellow Jackets, Hornets, and Wasps. They are not even close relatives in the insect kingdom!

-“Africanized” Bees are of no threat to anyone north of the New Mexico, and they barely pose a risk there! They are more territorial than some other species of bees, but not as bad as wasps.

-Many crops rely on bees.

-Bees will often die after stinging someone. Bees know this, and thus will do much to avoid stinging you. Hate to say it buddy, but you’re not worth their time.

-Honey, in it’s natural state, is a vitamin rich superfood! It can help with everything from icky feelings, to gross hair.

-Bees are threatened in many places by parasites, people, and misinformation. Do your part to help the bees and plant some flowers.

Thank u friends! ^u^

I used to have a book on the origin of bizarre English words and phrases that have either been warped far from their origins or have fallen out of use in the past century. I gave the book to an English professor of mine as a thank you for a great semester. I can’t give you a specific citation and you should consider this anecdotal, but I thought I would share it anyways.

There was a particular practice in England that involved bees in the Early Modern Period called ‘telling the bees”.

If you owned property it was important to have your own hive. These bees were so important that they were considered a part of your family. Whenever something of significance happened with the family (especially a death) someone had to go out and tell the bees everything that happened. It was believed that if the bees felt left out, they would become depressed and would be less effective at pollinating and producing honey. Sometimes other practices were involved like giving the bees a slice of wedding cake, draping the bees in a black mourning cloth, singing to them, etc.

I just thought I should share that with everyone. Because it’s the little things.

Yes, you shouldn’t be afraid of bees… unless you’re allergic to them, Then just stay the hell away.

ice-master-kristoff:

disneymagicandlove:

WOO YEA WESELTON MORE LIKE WESELTURNT

weselturnt

ice-master-kristoff:

disneymagicandlove:

WOO YEA WESELTON MORE LIKE WESELTURNT

weselturnt

derivethis:

This kid has been staring at a picture of broccoli for about 15 minutes now
He keeps zooming in and out and looking over every branch
Finals week has really taken a lot out of some people

derivethis:

This kid has been staring at a picture of broccoli for about 15 minutes now

He keeps zooming in and out and looking over every branch

Finals week has really taken a lot out of some people

chocolateist:

hotrufftrade:

sonofbaldwin:

#Facts

Think about this shit.

Don’t forget, some of them were WOMEN.

chocolateist:

hotrufftrade:

sonofbaldwin:

#Facts

Think about this shit.

Don’t forget, some of them were WOMEN.

amygloriouspond:

∞ Scenes of Sherlock

Erm, may I have a look at your camera?

themostawkwardthingyouveeverseen:

sherlock-hannibal:

G U Y S   H E   D I D   T H E   T H I N G !

 [here]

THIS CHICKEN IS SO FROZEN IT STARTED SINGING LET IT GO

celtickaye:

sherlocked-with-thebeatles:

owlwithafeatherboa:

roadkill-dreamcatcher:

osamah:

i like girls who look like they kill people for a living

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Who is this and why does she look like the child of Hawkeye and Black Widow

That’s Natalie Dormer, and oh mY GOsH you’re right she does look their child!!!

that’s what happened in budapest. 

THAT’S. WHAT. HAPPENED!

122 plays

mindofgemini:

Buckets of Blood - Rufus Rex

jakesjohnson:

ernbarassing:

“Is it push or pull” I panic to myself as the doors come closer

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girldwarf:

danforth:

99percentinvisible:

A study in brand minimalism 

Jesus, I find the minimalized ones SO relaxing.

I looove all of the second to last ones. Still a touch of style and unique “branding,” but still very minimalist.

a special message for a very special someone

averypottermormon:

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hey

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you

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dont you dare think

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for even a second

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that nobody saw you

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when you decided this waS AN ACCEPTABLE WAY TO PARK YOUR VEHICLE BECAUSE I SAW IT OKAY I FUCKING SAW IT YOUR CRAPPY PARKING JOB IS ON GOOGLE MAPS IN FRONT OF THE ENTIRE WORLD

how did you find this