this guy keeps sending flirty messages to my sister so she started sending that picture of the skinny dog in pink clothes to him
Dolphins see themselves in a mirror
everyone should stop and reblog dolphins in a mirror
Dolphin: NO WONDER THE ICE CAPS ARE MELTING. IM FUCKIN HOT.
Eh, close enough.
i really like looking at google image searches for “firemen rescuing cats” or something because you get super cute pictures like
AND THEN THERE’S THIS ONE
Was thinking just about this. Again.
There comes a point every summer where the hot weather starts to feel less like an opportunity for outdoor fun and more like a full-body rash that won’t go away. New Yorkers are flocking to an ice bar. Japanese workers ditch their suits for Hawaiian shirts. Here in D.C., the summer is so swamp-like that when you go outside — even when it’s not raining — people tell you to stay dry.
So naturally, when I learned about Phil Broughton, a health physicist who once worked at the Amundsen Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica, I was drawn as much by the frigid setting as I was by his amazing story.
This time of year, when days in the northern hemisphere are long and sweltering, those near the South Pole reach lows of -100 degrees Fahrenheit or less, and the continent is in the throes of its yearly six months of darkness.
Each winter, the few dozen workers at the South Pole research station spend nine months in total isolation: No airplanes can fly in or out until the base “warms” up to 50 below zero — otherwise the fuel might freeze and kill the engine.
Read more. [Image: National Science Foundation/Sven Lidstrom]
i was bored so i put this on and sat on my kitchen floor in the dark waiting for my mom to get home and when she saw me she screamed so loud the neighbors called the cops