Detenebrate

Detenebrate: v; To free from darkness or obscurity

snailofficial:

beksboys:

so i filled a watering can and went out to water my flowers but for some reason the water wasn’t coming out of the end properly so i had a look to see if any dirt or leaves were blocking it and

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i don’t know if u can see this but that is . a snail there is a snail chilling out in the end of the nozzle and i cannot water my plants because of it

excuse me sir this is not where u belong

Snails belong anywhere we please

(via doingitforthevine)

medievalistsnet:

Chop chop! You’d better behave! #toweroflondon #london #medieval  (at Tower of London)

medievalistsnet:

Chop chop! You’d better behave! #toweroflondon #london #medieval (at Tower of London)

The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven..

—John Milton, Paradise Lost (via quotes-shape-us)

Her eyes were the color of faraway love.

—Pablo Neruda, The Fable of the Mermaid and the Drunks (via fleurishes)

(via aruithleisnamadadhallaidh)

collegehumor:

In fairness the local sheep have, like, no sense of boundaries.

collegehumor:

In fairness the local sheep have, like, no sense of boundaries.

(Source: wanderust, via gingerputin)

aemenne:

Path from Brothers Water to Dove Crag by David Biggins on Flickr.

mad4plaid:

I pet my cat and now he is stuck like this.

(via ixnay-on-the-oddk)

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bradysbigblog:

animalsandtrees:

"Very important. General rule for English speakers - if you don’t do it in the human context, don’t do it in the nonhuman context.
Just make a little effort to say “she or he” or “her or him” if you don’t know the sex. It’s a little effort with a very important social message.
Nonhuman animals are *persons*, not *things*. Therefore, we should refer to a nonhuman animal as a “she” or “he,” never as an “it.””

no. I’ll call IT dinner. Or lunch. Or maybe Dog. Otherwise IT will be an IT.Until IT tells me otherwise. 

"Person:  n. A human being, and related senses; an individual human being; a man, woman, or child.” —Oxford English DictionaryI’m pretty sure nonhuman animals are not “individual human beings,” and no matter how opinionated you are, you’ve still no right to alter an agreed upon definition through sheer force of will alone.

Reblogging for the controversy.

rebloggablereblogs:

bradysbigblog:

animalsandtrees:

"Very important. General rule for English speakers - if you don’t do it in the human context, don’t do it in the nonhuman context.

Just make a little effort to say “she or he” or “her or him” if you don’t know the sex. It’s a little effort with a very important social message.

Nonhuman animals are *persons*, not *things*. Therefore, we should refer to a nonhuman animal as a “she” or “he,” never as an “it.””

no. 
I’ll call IT dinner. 
Or lunch. 
Or maybe Dog. 
Otherwise IT will be an IT.
Until IT tells me otherwise. 

"Person:  n.
 A human being, and related senses; an individual human being; a man, woman, or child.” —Oxford English Dictionary

I’m pretty sure nonhuman animals are not “individual human beings,” and no matter how opinionated you are, you’ve still no right to alter an agreed upon definition through sheer force of will alone.

Reblogging for the controversy.

(Source: facebook.com)

lesbianvenom:

seventeen magazine has officially lost it

How I Became a Spinster: a Memoir.

lesbianvenom:

seventeen magazine has officially lost it

How I Became a Spinster: a Memoir.

(via neitherlandish)