Sam challenged me to make a blog filled with internet things I find that she would like, mostly so that I stop posting links on her facebook page.
These things include: puppies, food, cats, pokemon, cartoons, inside jokes, zombies, video games, alcohol, more puppies.
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animals-riding-animals:

dog riding dog

animals-riding-animals:

dog riding dog

animals-riding-animals:

frog riding angry dog

animals-riding-animals:

frog riding angry dog

gayghosts:

once at karaoke the dj was like “this is travis and i guess he’s going to sing us the song of his people” and this striped polo cargo shorts flip flops ut cap bro walks onto the stage and immediately goes into santeria by sublime

(via brujacore)

vegan-because-fuck-you:

Favourite photoset ever.

(via deathwingxvx)

brain-food:

Winkelman Architecture created a mini-home out of an old school bus that is now painted green and has a retro sixties design on the interior.

Located in Maine, this short bus is a 1959 Chevrolet that’s got a couple of different configurations available. Built to carry 12 passengers, the little bus has accommodations for two overnight guests. The Moroccan interior accents, beaded curtains and other 1960′s flair add on to this already appealing guest space.

Pair the two single beds together to create a queen, or keep them separated for whatever guests are headed your way. A toilet, sink and power are also installed on this bus for convenience and easy travel if need be. via inthralled

bearandberry:

♫ Bunny Bread

aloejuice:

*heart explodes*

(via therapsida)

titsmcgrits:

tetanusorigins:

tigersmilk:

locovirgo:

babybutta:

strugglingtobeheard:

thebigblackwolfe:

talesofthestarshipregeneration:

kgoldschmitt:

"Teavana tea was tested by an independent lab and 100 percent of it was found to contain pesticides. One tea in particular, Monkey Picked Oolong, contained 23 pesticides. 77 percent of the teas would fail European Union pesticide import standards, and would be banned from import. 62 percent of the teas tested contained traces of endosulfan, a pesticide that has been banned by the U.S., China, the E.U., and 144 other countries because it has been linked to impaired fertility and could harm unborn babies." (via Do You Know What’s Really In Your Tea?)
This article ruined my morning.

jesus CHRIST.

Omg I used to buy this shit all the time

so why aren’t they telling us a decent fucking alternative instead of just telling us our tea is disgusting and gross cause america hates its citizens? wtf?

Well this is fucking terrible.

So I might as well just drink water. Or puree my own juices. Like, is there any brand of tea that’s just STRAIGHT UP TEA?

"so why aren’t they telling us a decent fucking alternative"
anything organic.
choice, numi, rishi, and traditional medicinals are all great brands.
i prefer to buy fair trade certified and organic tea in bulk. frontier co-op has some very nice selections.

Everything is poison. EVERYTHING.

FUUUUUUUUUUCK, we sell like all of these. Traditional medicinals all the way

titsmcgrits:

tetanusorigins:

tigersmilk:

locovirgo:

babybutta:

strugglingtobeheard:

thebigblackwolfe:

talesofthestarshipregeneration:

kgoldschmitt:

"Teavana tea was tested by an independent lab and 100 percent of it was found to contain pesticides. One tea in particular, Monkey Picked Oolong, contained 23 pesticides. 77 percent of the teas would fail European Union pesticide import standards, and would be banned from import. 62 percent of the teas tested contained traces of endosulfan, a pesticide that has been banned by the U.S., China, the E.U., and 144 other countries because it has been linked to impaired fertility and could harm unborn babies." (via Do You Know What’s Really In Your Tea?)

This article ruined my morning.

jesus CHRIST.

Omg I used to buy this shit all the time

so why aren’t they telling us a decent fucking alternative instead of just telling us our tea is disgusting and gross cause america hates its citizens? wtf?

Well this is fucking terrible.

So I might as well just drink water. Or puree my own juices. Like, is there any brand of tea that’s just STRAIGHT UP TEA?

"so why aren’t they telling us a decent fucking alternative"

anything organic.

choice, numi, rishi, and traditional medicinals are all great brands.

i prefer to buy fair trade certified and organic tea in bulk. frontier co-op has some very nice selections.

Everything is poison. EVERYTHING.

FUUUUUUUUUUCK, we sell like all of these. Traditional medicinals all the way

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