you know how we’re all like “Im an adult and like 11 year olds can draw better than me boohoo waa waa”
well click the fucking video
the kid is two, fyi
that’s some mad hand-eye coordination
I FUCKING LOVE HOW THEY ALL GO TO THE EDGE LIKE “Oh shit. Did they die?”
the one that doesnt move nigga just stretch his neck to look over
except for that one that hops away and gives no fucks
why do i find this cute as fuck?
Baby going through tunnel
probably thought his entire existence ended
nerdy moment: babies at that age don’t have object permanence. if the object cannot be seen, it does not exist. image how freaked the fuck out you would be if suddenly everything went black - effectively ceasing to exist. the baby’s entire world vanished then came back.
so yeah. he probably did think his entire existence ended.
"Can you twirl for us?"
BRANDON OH MY GOODNESS TOO MUCH I CANT ITS WONDERFUL UGH
WELCOME TO CANADA WHERE WE LITERALLY PUT UP WARNING SIGNS FOR NESTING CANADIAN GEESE
BECAUSE LET ME TELL U ABOUT THESE FRICKERS
FIRST OF ALL THEY HAVE FUCKIN TEETH
ON THEIR TONGUES
DO YOU WANNA GO NEAR ONE? “AWW IT’S JUST A LITTLE GOOSE YOU SAY”
THESE FRICKERS WILL CHARGE YOUR ASS IF THERE IS A NEST OR NEWLY HATCHED GOSLINGS AROUND
THIS IS THE STRUT OF A GOOSE WARNING YOU THAT IT’S ABOUT TO KILL YOUR ASS
ONCE THEY DO THIS?
YOU RUN FAST AND YOU RUN FAR BECAUSE ONE OF THE PARENTS WILL FLY UP TO YOUR PUNY HUMAN FLESHBAG AND KARATE CHOP YOUR GODDAMNED NECK AND TRY TO BITE ANYTHING WITHIN REACH OK?
WHILE THE OTHER PARENT, CONSUMED WITH BLOODLUST AND THE BURNING VENGEANCE OF A SPECIES HAVING NEARLY BEEN EXTINCT AND BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE GOES AND LITERALLY TRIES TO BITE YOUR ACHILLES TENDON IN HALF. WITHOUT FAIL THESE HELLSPAWN WILL ALWAYS GO FOR THERE. DON’T KNOW WHERE THAT IS?
CONGRATULATIONS YOU NO LONGER CAN WALK OR RUN AND REQUIRE EXTENSIVE SURGERY BECAUSE OF A FUCKING GOOSE. I ASSUME THEY EAT YOU ALIVE FROM HERE OUT. THEY’RE THAT FUCKIN CRAZY.
CANADIAN GEESE ARE TERRIFYING AND THE SOURCE OF ALL CANADIAN STRIFE IN THE HISTORY OF FOREVER. I’M CANADIAN. TRUST ME. I KNOW.
THIS IS THE BRAVEST PERSON IN THE COUNTRY.
it says something about canada that your countries biggest problem is geese
i think i’ve learned everything i need to know about canadian geese in one day
GUYS, let’s not forget about the canadian goose’s evil step-cousin twice removed, the SWAN.
THESE THINGS DONT FUCK AROUND WITH YOU ACHILLES TENDON, THEY GO AFTER YOUR KNEES!
SWANS NOT ONLY ENJOY THE TASTE OF HUMAN FLESH, BUT ANIMAL BLOOD AS WELL
and im not just talking the blood of other swans, IM TALKING FULLY GROWN DEER
and you better PRAY the day one of those things come towards your boat
because it will be all over VERY SOON my friend
SWANS, TRULY THE MOST FEARED and RESPECTED WATERFOWL IN ALL OF CANADIA
These are the species who REMEMBER that they’re actually dinosaurs
This Indian actress shut down a reporter for telling her to keep quiet about women’s rights.
I’ve been looking at various sources for research into embroidery or decoration that would have accompanied a dark ages Scandinavian dress. Apparently embroidery was a concept brought in from afar, though it was adopted wholeheartedly by the tenth century.
Some great info on Dark Ages-era Scandinavian embroidery: http://www.cs.vassar.edu/~capriest/vikembroid.html
A Pinterest board with a lot of inspiring embroidery: http://pinterest.com/teeteresa/embroidery-ideas-anglo-saxon-norse-celtic/
Anglo Saxon Embroidery: http://www.axemoor.net/pdf/1_Embroidery_for_Clothing.pdf
Five Period Embroidery Stitches used by SCA-recreated eras and cultures (and where/when each stitch is correct, historically): http://www.sca.org.au/collegium/notes/jane_stockton_basic_stitches_indepth.pdf
And finally, here’s a wonderfully-researched page on Viking-era textiles, for reeanctors: http://www.cs.vassar.edu/~capriest/vikresource.html
Wow, how beautiful!
Symmetry in Nature
This picture shows the wing pattern of an Indian Roller (Coracias benghalensis) from Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
Photo by Arjun Haarith
Okay but I’d never even heard of this bird before. Look at how GORGEOUS this bird is!
Wow I’d never heard of it before either and I was a huge bird and nature nut while growing up. Still am!