6woofs:

*sniff* “Yep you’re River.”
Loki was in a sniffing mood that day I guess. :x

6woofs:

*sniff* “Yep you’re River.”

Loki was in a sniffing mood that day I guess. :x

h0rris:

(Source: youtube.com)

(Source: chutesdimages)

funnyordie:

Holy Sh*t! Here’s 16 GIFs of People Barely Escaping Almost-Certain Death
No one was seriously hurt in these GIFs, although not for lack of trying.
fuckyeahdementia:

Graffiti Removal Guy Comes Back to Discover Image of Himself in the Same Spot
"Street artist DS recently added a couple of paste-ups to a wall in London. It didn’t take too long before a graffiti removal guy removed the paste-ups. Shortly after that, DS was back with a paste up of the graffiti removal guy removing the graffiti."

fuckyeahdementia:

Graffiti Removal Guy Comes Back to Discover Image of Himself in the Same Spot

"Street artist DS recently added a couple of paste-ups to a wall in London. It didn’t take too long before a graffiti removal guy removed the paste-ups. Shortly after that, DS was back with a paste up of the graffiti removal guy removing the graffiti."

dalegjarvis:

Weathered red ochre clapboard root cellar, Cupids, Newfoundland

dalegjarvis:

Weathered red ochre clapboard root cellar, Cupids, Newfoundland

Canada Post

whatsdifferentincanada:

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Other. [h/t reddit]

therealmrskelley:

My grandpa is from a town called Dildo, Newfoundland and he and my grandma were just back visiting and she brought us back a shirt and hat that say Captain Dildo on the front 😂👍

therealmrskelley:

My grandpa is from a town called Dildo, Newfoundland and he and my grandma were just back visiting and she brought us back a shirt and hat that say Captain Dildo on the front 😂👍

art-of-swords:

Kris Dagger

  • Dated: 17th or 18th century
  • Place of Origin: Java
  • Measurements: overall length: 17 inches (430mm); blade length: 13.5 inches (345mm)

This Kris, or Keris, dagger from North-West Java (Tegal/Cirebon), is dated circa 17th or 18th century. The carved ivory hilt is in the form of a crouched Bhimaor or Garuda. His hands rest on his legs, displaying two extremely long thumbnails. He has long curly hair, and a necklace of snakes. A copper mendak meets a Parmor Steel Ganja and blade. The Ganja is overlaid with golden lotus flowers and other decoration.

Sidenotes:

  1. Bhima is the hero of the Hindu epic Mahabharata (Wrekudoro in Javanese). He is the second of the Pandava brothers. The Mahabharata relates many events which portray the immense might of Bhima. One of the central reasons behind the envy of Duryodhana towards the Pandavas was the inability of the Kauravas to match Bhima’s strength. Eventually Bhima is responsible for slaying all hundred Kaurava brothers in the Kurukshetra War.
  2. Garuda is a large mythical bird-like creature, or humanoid bird that appears in both Hindu and Buddhist mythology. Garuda is the mount (vahana) of the Lord Vishnu. Garuda is the Hindu name for the constellation Aquila. The Brahminy kite and Phoenix are considered to be the contemporary representations of Garuda. Indonesia adopts a more stylistic approach to the Garuda’s depiction as its national symbol, where it depicts a Javanese eagle (being much larger than a kite).

Source: Copyright © 2014 Akaal Arms

lunacylover:

Nganasans, indigenous people inhabiting the Taymyr Peninsula in north Siberia, Russia © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography / ArcticPhoto

nonsensemachine:

Etron Fou Leloublan, “Et Puis" (1979)

kakisibu:

1900年ごろのドイツの品とのこと。 キツネ型の包丁です!
(Twitterから)

kakisibu:

1900年ごろのドイツの品とのこと。 キツネ型の包丁です!
(Twitterから)

Hello! I was wondering if you knew if it's possible to grow pepper plants indoors during the winter? I have seeds for serrano, Anaheim and Jalapeno peppers. I'll probably only plant one of them though, in a small-medium container in my kitchen windowsill. I live in the Central Valley, so it won't get too cold outside, but it certainly won't be "summer warm" in the window.

@mamabeezoe

startwithaseed:

I know people who have grown their pepper plants indoors during the winter, but most of them didn’t get fruit on them until spring. I have tried it, but have never been able to avoid the leaves wilting on me by mid-January. 

All of my container gardening books don’t have anything on growing food peppers inside during winter. How annoying! I don’t have any tips on starting that, but hopefully someone can point you in the right direction. 

http://www.biodiverseed.com/post/97468995698/pepper-plants-plants-in-the-capiscum-genus-are