The Honey Pot

You just walked away
And I just watched you
What could I say. (x)

(Source: kdelario, via eebees)

it’s not just pizza rescue…

it that a chocolate chip cookie on the sidewalk?

Hood Cookies!

"She was always doing outlandish things like this, going off to stand naked in the snow atop a mountain."

Queen of Dragons by Shana Abé

I can’t help it. I identify with the dragon queen

It’s so beautiful out.

the snow and stars are glittering.

walking the groomed neighborhood sidewalks is

like walking in a SNOW MAZE.

I want to walk all night.

I mean, I’m in bed because I’m exhausted but, if you come over I’ll totally search for the MINOTAUR with you.


"thats a lot of cream cheese on your bagel" yea well thats a lot of asshole in your personality

(Source: straighthater, via runetangclan)



Here’s an endearing new story for the Department of Unexpected Interspecies Friendship. It’s a couple years old, but no less touching for being a bit dated. Meet Suryia the Orangutan and Roscoe the Bluetick Coonhound, an improbable pair who’ve been inseparable ever since they met at The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species (TIGERS) in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It’s the same endangered wildlife reserve that’s home to another Bubbles and Bella, another awesome and unlikely pair of pals.

Suryia and Roscoe first met in 2008 soon after Roscoe first appeared at the reserve and starting following TIGERS staff members as they walked home from work.

He was immediately spotted by the orangutan, who ambled over to make friends. Dr Bhagavan Antle, the reserve’s founder, said: ‘Roscoe looked really thin and a little lost so we fed him and took care of him. He followed us through the gate and ran over and found Suryia. As soon as he saw Roscoe, Suryia ran over to him and they started playing.

'Dogs are usually scared of primates, but they took to each other straight away. We made a few calls to see if he belonged to anyone and when no one came forward, Roscoe ended up staying.'

In 2011 Dr. Antle published a book of photographs which, entitled Suryia and Roscoe: The True Story of an Unlikely Friendship, shows the ape and pup enjoying each other’s company at the wildlife reserve.

Visit even more photos of this charming primate/canine duo.

No words. Where is the manly crying emoticon.

(via druesli)

"One day someone is going to hug you so tight
That all of your broken pieces
Will stick back together"

Crazy Monster had to check it out.


Crazy Monster had to check it out.

Have you taken any nice pictures of your butt lately?