hi cuties im zaza and im generally stupid //

666-slut:

IF UR READING THIS U LOOK VERY CUTE TODAY AND ALSO ILY

We’ve officially reached that annoying time of year where it’s sweater weather in the morning, but by midday you die from a heatstroke.

animericans:

sexuality is so dumb why does it even matter who you like no one is gonna like you back anyways

jpgay:

burn down my school and i’ll promote you

malformalady:

Deer shed their antlers annually as a prelude to the regeneration, or re-growth, of new ones. The entire shedding process takes a mere two to three weeks to complete, and the re-growth phase takes place over the summer. Pedicles protruding from the skull, are a permanent fixture on the deer’s forehead, supporting the deer’s antlers and are the point from which the antlers annually break off. During the growth phase of the bony antlers, they are covered with a sensitive skin referred to as “velvet,” which is filled with blood vessels that feed the antler. Antler growth spans 2-4 months, after which time the velvet is no longer needed, and a ring, which effectively serves as a shutoff valve, forms at the base of the antlers and cuts off the blood supply to the velvet. As a result, the velvet withers, dries up, and falls off, often assisted by the deer, which rubs his antlers against tree bark.

malformalady:

Deer shed their antlers annually as a prelude to the regeneration, or re-growth, of new ones. The entire shedding process takes a mere two to three weeks to complete, and the re-growth phase takes place over the summer. Pedicles protruding from the skull, are a permanent fixture on the deer’s forehead, supporting the deer’s antlers and are the point from which the antlers annually break off. During the growth phase of the bony antlers, they are covered with a sensitive skin referred to as “velvet,” which is filled with blood vessels that feed the antler. Antler growth spans 2-4 months, after which time the velvet is no longer needed, and a ring, which effectively serves as a shutoff valve, forms at the base of the antlers and cuts off the blood supply to the velvet. As a result, the velvet withers, dries up, and falls off, often assisted by the deer, which rubs his antlers against tree bark.

arch-and-shit:

Horst Kiechle

arch-and-shit:

Horst Kiechle