"Game of Bones." (Corgi edition)

"Game of Bones." (Corgi edition)

protracturtle.

protracturtle.

(via soundofmyhoping)

ilovecharts:

DEATH & DYING IN HAMLET & MACBETH
Hamlet and Macbeth are about a lot of things. Power and revenge. Madness and the otherworldly. But, when you get right down to it, these are plays about death and dying and murder: so that you know evil when it crosses your path.
See Shakespeare’s dark world illustrated and how each character came to their bloody end.
RICARDO GALVEZ & TOM McNAMARA (PBS)

EVERYONE DIIIIIIIIIIIIIIES.

ilovecharts:

DEATH & DYING IN HAMLET & MACBETH

Hamlet and Macbeth are about a lot of things. Power and revenge. Madness and the otherworldly. But, when you get right down to it, these are plays about death and dying and murder: so that you know evil when it crosses your path.

See Shakespeare’s dark world illustrated and how each character came to their bloody end.

RICARDO GALVEZ & TOM McNAMARA (PBS)

EVERYONE DIIIIIIIIIIIIIIES.

I TOLD YOU PUBLIX WAS AWESOME, SEE THEY EVEN SELL CATS.
#notreally.

I TOLD YOU PUBLIX WAS AWESOME, SEE THEY EVEN SELL CATS.

#notreally.

getoutoftherecat:

get out of there cat. it’s no longer technically a box once i’ve flattened and cut it.

getoutoftherecat:

get out of there cat. it’s no longer technically a box once i’ve flattened and cut it.

snoopdiagrams: Bowie brings out the dead Snoop meme.

snoopdiagrams: Bowie brings out the dead Snoop meme.

map of your crap town.

map of your crap town.

(via ilovecharts)

berdych:


for some reason i ended up on urbandictionary and i found the most accurate description of switzerland ever

berdych:

for some reason i ended up on urbandictionary and i found the most accurate description of switzerland ever

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getoutoftherecat:

get out of there cat. i was always sleepy in sunday school but i’m pretty sure that the Bible did not mention a giant cat visiting Baby Jesus. 

My translation doesn’t, either, but haven’t you heard that there was a giant cat infestation in downtown Bethlehem?

getoutoftherecat:

get out of there cat. i was always sleepy in sunday school but i’m pretty sure that the Bible did not mention a giant cat visiting Baby Jesus. 

My translation doesn’t, either, but haven’t you heard that there was a giant cat infestation in downtown Bethlehem?

getoutoftherecat:

get out of there cat. you are not a beverage from the hills of Zephyr. you don’t even know where that is.

It’s actually just a city in Florida, called Zephyrhills. Not all that exciting, really.

getoutoftherecat:

get out of there cat. you are not a beverage from the hills of Zephyr. you don’t even know where that is.

It’s actually just a city in Florida, called Zephyrhills. Not all that exciting, really.

baby corgi in the snow.

baby corgi in the snow.

getoutoftherecat:

She was lost 10 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 20th near 829 Fairmont Rd, Morgantown, WV 26501, in Westover City Park.Siamese mix, white paws & triangle on face, gray body, balck and gray striped tail. MICROCHIPPED with petlink, spayed, and current on vaccines (including rabies). Please call 614-352-1481 with any news.

getoutoftherecat:

She was lost 10 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 20th near 829 Fairmont Rd, Morgantown, WV 26501, in Westover City Park.

Siamese mix, white paws & triangle on face, gray body, balck and gray striped tail. MICROCHIPPED with petlink, spayed, and current on vaccines (including rabies). 

Please call 614-352-1481 with any news.

getoutoftherecat: get out of there cat. you’re not memory foam and despite your girth you’re not a two-pack either. 

getoutoftherecat: get out of there cat. you’re not memory foam and despite your girth you’re not a two-pack either. 

corgis-everywhere:



Arlo The Search and Rescue Corgi. Arlo is a now retired cadaver dog from Northeast Ohio
Submitted by Tony


cadaver dogs are trained to ignore live human/animal scents and only indicate on decomposing bodies and human remains. they’re used to find human remains related to crime scenes, missing persons cases and forensic evidence related to decomposing human remains. they’re also used to find a drowning victim in water and locate human remains in a natural or man-made disaster.
i’ve never heard of a corgi being a cadaver dog! that’s awesome. :-) 

corgis-everywhere:

Arlo The Search and Rescue Corgi. Arlo is a now retired cadaver dog from Northeast Ohio

Submitted by Tony

cadaver dogs are trained to ignore live human/animal scents and only indicate on decomposing bodies and human remains. they’re used to find human remains related to crime scenes, missing persons cases and forensic evidence related to decomposing human remains. they’re also used to find a drowning victim in water and locate human remains in a natural or man-made disaster.

i’ve never heard of a corgi being a cadaver dog! that’s awesome. :-) 

getoutoftherecat:


***To all South Carolina cat lovers, please help!***
That sweet cat up there is in desperate need of a home. He’s currently living in a dormitory where pets are not allowed, and really needs to find a permanent home before winter break begins. He’s neutered, roughly 5 years old and about 10 lbs, still in possession of his claws. He enjoys cuddles and attention, is extremely tolerant of being manhandled, and walks with a bit of a limp due to a still-healing leg injury. Given his calm demeanor, he should be fine in a home with other cats, dogs, or children. So if any of you are looking for or know someone who might be looking for a chill adult cat this Christmas, please contact me at my tumblr (slightly-oblivvyous) or email (livvygranger@gmail.com).
Backstory - why he needs your help
Tibbs, as my roommate and I have come to call him, came into our possession through a series of unfortunate events. Someone dumped him out of a car into a neighborhood near our school, where fortunately a caring person picked him up and took him in. He got shuffled from house to dorm to dorm to dorm after a series of allergies and roommate freakouts got him continuously kicked out. Eventually, he landed with us, and settled in quite nicely. When we got him, he weighed barely over 6 lbs and slept constantly due to malnourishment. After just over a week of near-constant care and feeding, he’s up to 10 lbs and significantly more active. Due to his leg injury, he’s unable to jump, but he’s excellent at climbing, and has on several occasions managed to climb up into my bed for late-night snuggles. Unfortunately, our dorm is a pet-free zone, so every day we keep him here is a day we risk him being found out and kicked out again. After being put through so many rounds of Pass the Kitty, he really deserves somewhere he can settle down for good. So please, if you’re looking for a cat and don’t mind one who’s fully-grown and slightly gimpy, please consider taking Tibbs. He’ll love you unconditionally for it.
Even if you can’t adopt him, a reblog to help get the word out would be beautiful and earn my endless thanks. Tibbs doesn’t deserve to get left out in the cold for Christmas Break.

getoutoftherecat:

***To all South Carolina cat lovers, please help!***

That sweet cat up there is in desperate need of a home. He’s currently living in a dormitory where pets are not allowed, and really needs to find a permanent home before winter break begins. He’s neutered, roughly 5 years old and about 10 lbs, still in possession of his claws. He enjoys cuddles and attention, is extremely tolerant of being manhandled, and walks with a bit of a limp due to a still-healing leg injury. Given his calm demeanor, he should be fine in a home with other cats, dogs, or children. So if any of you are looking for or know someone who might be looking for a chill adult cat this Christmas, please contact me at my tumblr (slightly-oblivvyous) or email (livvygranger@gmail.com).

Backstory - why he needs your help

Tibbs, as my roommate and I have come to call him, came into our possession through a series of unfortunate events. Someone dumped him out of a car into a neighborhood near our school, where fortunately a caring person picked him up and took him in. He got shuffled from house to dorm to dorm to dorm after a series of allergies and roommate freakouts got him continuously kicked out. Eventually, he landed with us, and settled in quite nicely. When we got him, he weighed barely over 6 lbs and slept constantly due to malnourishment. After just over a week of near-constant care and feeding, he’s up to 10 lbs and significantly more active. Due to his leg injury, he’s unable to jump, but he’s excellent at climbing, and has on several occasions managed to climb up into my bed for late-night snuggles. Unfortunately, our dorm is a pet-free zone, so every day we keep him here is a day we risk him being found out and kicked out again. After being put through so many rounds of Pass the Kitty, he really deserves somewhere he can settle down for good. So please, if you’re looking for a cat and don’t mind one who’s fully-grown and slightly gimpy, please consider taking Tibbs. He’ll love you unconditionally for it.

Even if you can’t adopt him, a reblog to help get the word out would be beautiful and earn my endless thanks. Tibbs doesn’t deserve to get left out in the cold for Christmas Break.