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I hope you find the gecko safely

Me too. :”(

I picked him out specifically! He looked like a Harlequin morph. >_>

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crusherccme:

found this gem in the 1996 Cornell Women’s Handbook. it’s what to say when a guy tries to get out of using a condom

crusherccme:

found this gem in the 1996 Cornell Women’s Handbook. it’s what to say when a guy tries to get out of using a condom

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Good news! Found Rosetta the corn snake. No bump either! So she probably didn’t eat the gecko.

One down!

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princess-kayjay:

I just had a straight guy tell me “Gah I love lesbians” and before I could even say anything, he added, “because, ya know, they like the same thing I do and sometimes it’s nice to get advice from a girl instead of guys who think making love is just repeatedly putting your dick in something, ya know?” And I have never been more proud of the human race.

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bicorn:

sad because you can’t watch fanfics

(Source: leighades, via ksclaw)

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dirtytrenchcoatsandwinchesters:

OH MY GOD SO MY MOM CAME OVER YESTERDAY AND USED MY COMPUTER AND I GOT THIS MESSAGE FROM HER TODAY AND I’M DYING
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I CAN’T BREATHE
THESE ARE MY BOOKMARKS
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THERE ARE TEARS RUNNING DOWN MY FACE
MOM I AM SO SORRY

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libutron:

Black-headed python
The distinctive Black-headed python, Aspidites melanocephalus (Pythonidae), does indeed have a black head and neck, which contrasts strongly with the brown banding along its body. The banding is light to dark brown or orange-brown on a base that can be creamy white, light brown and occasionally even yellow (as shown in the photo).
It is a large python (up to 250 cm length), endemic to Australia, found in Northern Territory, Queensland and Western Australia.
Etymology: Aspidites means ‘shield-bearer’, referring to the large scales on the head; and melanocephalus means ’black-headed’.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Jordan Vos
Locality: Australia

libutron:

Black-headed python

The distinctive Black-headed python, Aspidites melanocephalus (Pythonidae), does indeed have a black head and neck, which contrasts strongly with the brown banding along its body. The banding is light to dark brown or orange-brown on a base that can be creamy white, light brown and occasionally even yellow (as shown in the photo).

It is a large python (up to 250 cm length), endemic to Australia, found in Northern Territory, Queensland and Western Australia.

Etymology: Aspidites means ‘shield-bearer’, referring to the large scales on the head; and melanocephalus means ’black-headed’.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Jordan Vos

Locality: Australia

(via reptilefacts)

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