Here, in my head...

a girl and her ramblings.

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workneverover:

rectumofglory:

Mommy is just so sick and tired of wearing panties. (x)
THE CONTROL SHE HAS OVER HIM IS SO VERY IMPORTANT

the way he just instantly freezes

god, it just feels so right

Has anyone seen Wolf of Wall Street? Should I review it for this blog, or is it just going to make me angry?

As an off topic aside (I usually focus on dominant women here), but this is basically the sexiest Leonardo DiCaprio has ever been. That little “oh gosh” as he sinks to the floor is just… Mmmm.

i haven’t seen the movie so i can’t comment…. but, holyfuck. 

sploosh.

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beyoncefashionstyle:

this shit is heaven on earth

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“Scientists have revealed an unexpected candidate for the title of the world’s second smartest creature - the raven. According to a pair of researchers, a bird brain is no longer a sign of stupidity; indeed, it could be a sign of surprising intelligence. 
'These birds use logic to solve problems and some of their abilities even surpass those of the great apes,' they say.
Other experiments by biologists have shown that ravens often let other animals do work for them. In the wild, they have been known to make calls that bring wolves and foxes to dead animals so that these large carnivores can break the carcass apart, making meat accessible to the birds." (read more)
[Photo  Jane B. Nowak]

metazoa-etcetera:

Scientists have revealed an unexpected candidate for the title of the world’s second smartest creature - the raven. According to a pair of researchers, a bird brain is no longer a sign of stupidity; indeed, it could be a sign of surprising intelligence. 

'These birds use logic to solve problems and some of their abilities even surpass those of the great apes,' they say.

Other experiments by biologists have shown that ravens often let other animals do work for them. In the wild, they have been known to make calls that bring wolves and foxes to dead animals so that these large carnivores can break the carcass apart, making meat accessible to the birds." (read more)

[Photo  Jane B. Nowak]

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