FUN TIMES ALL NIGHT
FUN TIMES ALL NIGHT
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oprahsmom:

reblog if you want a thigh gap like this 
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colinquinn:

Tiles by Laura Carlin.
colinquinn:

Tiles by Laura Carlin.
colinquinn:

Tiles by Laura Carlin.
colinquinn:

Tiles by Laura Carlin.
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fruitsoftheweb:

Nonlinear Beam Tracing on a GPU
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stunningpicture:

This Bloody Mary has another Bloody Mary as a garnish..
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kaijubrains:

cool-critters:

Scorpionfly (Panorpa communis)
Panorpa communis, the common scorpionfly, is a species of scorpionfly native to Western Europe.
The common scorpionfly has a black and yellow body, with a reddish head and tail. The male has a pair of claspers at the end of its tail (for holding the female during mating), giving it a scorpion-like appearance, although it is not a stinger.
Although fully winged, the adults rarely fly very far and spend much of their time crawling on vegetation in damp, shaded places near water and along hedgerows.

Look at this ridiculous creature 
kaijubrains:

cool-critters:

Scorpionfly (Panorpa communis)
Panorpa communis, the common scorpionfly, is a species of scorpionfly native to Western Europe.
The common scorpionfly has a black and yellow body, with a reddish head and tail. The male has a pair of claspers at the end of its tail (for holding the female during mating), giving it a scorpion-like appearance, although it is not a stinger.
Although fully winged, the adults rarely fly very far and spend much of their time crawling on vegetation in damp, shaded places near water and along hedgerows.

Look at this ridiculous creature 
kaijubrains:

cool-critters:

Scorpionfly (Panorpa communis)
Panorpa communis, the common scorpionfly, is a species of scorpionfly native to Western Europe.
The common scorpionfly has a black and yellow body, with a reddish head and tail. The male has a pair of claspers at the end of its tail (for holding the female during mating), giving it a scorpion-like appearance, although it is not a stinger.
Although fully winged, the adults rarely fly very far and spend much of their time crawling on vegetation in damp, shaded places near water and along hedgerows.

Look at this ridiculous creature 
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