The Baristocrat

sever-my-ties:

'oh whatever'

sever-my-ties:

'oh whatever'

(Source: pikeys, via longsealegs)

(via velvetlines)

art nouveau crown illustrations

(Source: nouveaufindesiecle, via longsealegs)

saidthewhale:

Badass shot of Spenny from our Edmonton show last weekend. Regram from @nickcallingallcaptains.

saidthewhale:

Badass shot of Spenny from our Edmonton show last weekend. Regram from @nickcallingallcaptains.

libutron:

Three Porcupines | ©John Meszaros
Featured here are the three main types of porcupines: (i) The North-American Porcupine (Erethizon dorsatum); (ii) The South-American Prehensile-Tailed Porcupine (Coendou prehensilis); and (iii) The African Crested Porcupine (Hystrix africaeaustralis).
Although they are in the same rodent group (The Hystricognathi), Old World and New World Porcupines are actually in two different taxonomic Families (Hystricidae and Erithizontidae, respectively).
The North- and South- American porcupines are actually more closely related to chinchillas, capybaras, cavies, and guinea pigs (the Caviomorpha) than they are to the African Crested. 

libutron:

Three Porcupines | ©John Meszaros

Featured here are the three main types of porcupines: (i) The North-American Porcupine (Erethizon dorsatum); (ii) The South-American Prehensile-Tailed Porcupine (Coendou prehensilis); and (iii) The African Crested Porcupine (Hystrix africaeaustralis).

Although they are in the same rodent group (The Hystricognathi), Old World and New World Porcupines are actually in two different taxonomic Families (Hystricidae and Erithizontidae, respectively).

The North- and South- American porcupines are actually more closely related to chinchillas, capybaras, cavies, and guinea pigs (the Caviomorpha) than they are to the African Crested. 

cassiesteele:

happy birthday mir <3

cassiesteele:

happy birthday mir <3