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"Do not touch bread with handsPlease use tongue”

"Do not touch bread with hands
Please use tongue”

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catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.

Via BuzzFeed

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loverofbeauty:

Sailor on Galapagos   (1925)

loverofbeauty:

Sailor on Galapagos   (1925)

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thepieshops:

Make Your Man-Hours Count
1973 Frederick’s of Hollywood catalog

thepieshops:

Make Your Man-Hours Count

1973 Frederick’s of Hollywood catalog

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"Monotronic" by Museum of Love

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this is a thing that happened.
patternforplunder:

[sexay]

this is a thing that happened.

patternforplunder:

[sexay]

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 Easter Elephants c. 1937

 Easter Elephants c. 1937

(Source: vintagegal, via weirdvintage)

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amnhnyc:

Meet Dimorphodon, the toothy pterosaur.
Discovered in the 1820s on the coast of southern England, by a young woman, Mary Anning, famed for her fossil-finding abilities, Dimorphodon earned its names for its distinctive dentition. Dimorphodon, the genus name, means “two-formed tooth” and refers to the animal’s two types of teeth: Long, curved fangs that jut from the front of the jaws, and a row of short pointed teeth that lies behind.
Learn more about this pterosaur.

amnhnyc:

Meet Dimorphodon, the toothy pterosaur.

Discovered in the 1820s on the coast of southern England, by a young woman, Mary Anning, famed for her fossil-finding abilities, Dimorphodon earned its names for its distinctive dentition. Dimorphodon, the genus name, means “two-formed tooth” and refers to the animal’s two types of teeth: Long, curved fangs that jut from the front of the jaws, and a row of short pointed teeth that lies behind.

Learn more about this pterosaur.

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