derpycats:

Sam in a pan <3

derpycats:

Sam in a pan <3

-diagonalley:

miss-darling-clementine:

simplyalexandermason:

I feel like they just conspired together…

THE WINK, THE WINK IS KILLING ME.

This is so adorable!! 

-diagonalley:

miss-darling-clementine:

simplyalexandermason:

I feel like they just conspired together…

THE WINK, THE WINK IS KILLING ME.

This is so adorable!! 

mobileleprechaun:

they should not have freed him

mobileleprechaun:

they should not have freed him

thatmissunderstoodkid:

crowleykingofhellroads:

stigmartyr762:

Her reaction is just too precious.

She goes from fearsome warrior to kawaii schoolgirl in 0.1 seconds it’s so fucking cute

That’s so metal

thatmissunderstoodkid:

crowleykingofhellroads:

stigmartyr762:

Her reaction is just too precious.

She goes from fearsome warrior to kawaii schoolgirl in 0.1 seconds it’s so fucking cute

That’s so metal

thatssoscience:

youngnoblewoman:

stunningpicture:

A novel approach to citizen science.

this is brilliant 

I love this idea!

thatssoscience:

youngnoblewoman:

stunningpicture:

A novel approach to citizen science.

this is brilliant 

I love this idea!

howdyimjrus:

2,000 dollar bird warmer.

romtorum5ever:

Robin the bank

romtorum5ever:

Robin the bank

archiemcphee:

There are so many things to see and experience all over Japan, that it’s hard to know where to start. Japanese photographer S. Morita has decided to keep his eyes glued to the ground in search of the country’s awesomely decorative manhole covers. Japanese municipalities have been designing their own manhole covers since 1985 and Morita has been traveling around the country for years documenting these uniquely beautiful features of the urban landscape.

According to the Japan Society of Manhole Covers (yes, that’s a thing) today there are almost 6000 artistic manhole covers throughout Japan. And according to their latest findings, the largest single category are trees, followed by landscapes, floral designs and birds – all symbols that could, and surely did, boost local appeal.

With 6000 manhole covers out there, S. Morita has his work cut out for him if he intends to photograph them all. But he’s well on his way. Click here to view many, many more.

[via Colossal]