fiona.ca.nov18;

for my life is simply unbearable without a bit of courage

you must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you

tell us tell us your phobias and we will tell you what you are afraid of

12am, shitnovation

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supjerbear:

i need to get something off my chest

*takes off my nipple*

aculthood:

"what do you want to do with your life?"image

When you’re lonely at home it’s okay because your family is there. 

When you’re lonely at university and you don’t have your friends and family there it sucks. 

wilderness-lair-shatterdome:

current status: not being kissed or riding a dragon this is unacceptable

givemehappypill:

A photo I took in the lovely old town of Saarburg in Germany, where there is a waterfall in the middle of the pedestrian area. 

Forrest Gump Frank Ocean

bangcaster:

trying to start homework but you kinda just

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freedomforwhales:

On July 29th, a whale was reported in distress at the entrance to Halifax harbour. Upon arrival, we found a minke whale bobbing vertically in the water with its tongue completely swollen. Based on the small size of the animal, it may have been still dependent on its mother, which was nowhere to be seen. Due to its young age and severe injury, the animal was unlikely to survive. After consulting with veterinarians, representatives from MARS, DFO and DNR responded the following day to determine the best course of action for this young whale, but found that it had died overnight. While retrieving the carcass we discovered it had been entangled in some old, lost fishing gear. The carcass was taken to the Agricultural College in Truro where a necropsy was conducted. We found that there were signs of a physical injury to the animals jaw. It’s possible, while anchored by the fishing gear, the animal was hit by a vessel causing its tongue to swell. The remains were left at the Agricultural College for a study on composting.

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Just another example of our trashing the ocean damaging and killing its inhabitants. 

DISPOSE OF YOUR FISHING GEAR PROPERLY, PLEASE. IT’S REALLY NOT THAT HARD.