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simonsaysbark:

Corgi puppy Friday!

… baby Tess. Who is still the baby. ;)

Witness the coming-of-age stories of kittens and puppies from special litters as they grow from helpless fur balls to rambunctious young animals.

I LOVE this show.

If you need to be distracted or cheered up, just play an episode.

I understand so much, LSP

I understand so much, LSP

(via kateordie)

tempest-lavalle:

terrorless:

the-girl-who-laughed:

This is the most accurate picture I’ve ever seen.

my fucking life

This happens to me and Chris all too often.

This is one of the reasons why I don’t like it when you can see me typing. Usually turn it off on Skype.

(via kateordie)

makinaro:

BOOM!

In Hanger Games 2: Get Hangrier, Boxplot explores the psychological phenomenon known as “Ego Depletion”

Dear future self,

Remember to eat.

(via mega-ashra)

missingkitsune:

"There there, I’m sorry I scared you. *pats and kisses* you’re a good dog, good dog."

(via cutepetsdaily)

There was a long meeting, so I doodled.
Maybe I should get a sketchbook to keep at work.

404ingit:

Scenes from Camp Fido.

You guys, we’ve had a very long winter. The Polar Vortex dumped a lot of snow on us. But here’s something you might have forgotten: animals play in the snow. And sometimes, people record those animals.  

thefluffingtonpost:

Scientists Now Think This Is What Dinosaurs Looked Like

Forget everything you know about dinosaurs. Those big scary reptiles you saw in Jurassic Park? Wrong. That they later evolved into birds? Bogus. That they hatched from eggs? Completely fabricated. That they had rough, lizard-like skin? Not even close.

Groundbreaking new research from a team at the University of Chicago suggests that dinosaurs actually probably looked a lot more like Corgis.

Yes, those derpy little dogs that have become stars on the Internet are our closest living link to the age of the dinosaurs.

"We’ve identified previously unnoticed characteristics in the fossil record that led us to this startling discovery," said Professor Mason Waddington, who co-authored the paper in this month’s Annals of Paleontology about the findings. According to Waddington, the Corgi pup specifically seems to share a very strong link with dinos.

"They may look cute, but at its core, that is a ferocious beast of the past," he said.

Via lexi_0914_