sundry-whovengerslocked
sundry-whovengerslocked
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Pronouns are whatever, chaotic dumbass. Self-proclaimed hufflepunk and nominated galaxy brain. Obsessed with fandoms, writing, Greek mythology, lgbt things, and animals. Crazy but lovable. Call me Sundry or Arc :)                       [p.s. Here there be spoilers!]
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if your favorite ship doesn’t boil down to ‘they’re both stupid but they help each other be less sad’ then What’s The Point
[part 2]
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Those people who constantly reblog your stuff but you never really talk:
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TIL about the unifying cube rule theory that claims to settle not only the “Is a hotdog a sandwich?” question, but many other similar food debates.
via reddit.com
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this is the best tik tok ive ever seen i love her so much
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“are u ok” no I need to be hugged for 24 hours straight
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They found that the bat noises are not just random, as previously thought, reports Skibba. They were able to classify 60 percent of the calls into four categories. One of the call types indicates the bats are arguing about food. Another indicates a dispute about their positions within the sleeping cluster. A third call is reserved for males making unwanted mating advances and the fourth happens when a bat argues with another bat sitting too close. In fact, the bats make slightly different versions of the calls when speaking to different individuals within the group, similar to a human using a different tone of voice when talking to different people. Skibba points out that besides humans, only dolphins and a handful of other species are known to address individuals rather than making broad communication sounds. The research appears in the journal Scientific Reports.
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“Keep the ones who heard you when you never said a word.”
— Unknown (via thoughtkick)
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wheres that venn diagram chart of muppet names
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remember when Jim introduced Spock to his own parents lmao we stan a legend
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Reblog if you’ve spot it ❤️
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