thecoffeetragedy:

apparently there’s a dude in Canada who has about 150 sled dogs, and every year in the fall, a group of about 7 polar bears come by and play with the dogs – like, literally, they play together and mock-fight and cuddle and just hang out – before the polar bears go up north when the bay freezes to hunt for seals. and they come back every year.

if that wouldn’t make an amazing animated movie I don’t know what would.

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thecoffeetragedy:

you know the headcanon where Bossuet and Feuilly have a lifehack youtube channel?

I have a better idea: they have a a lifehack testing youtube channel (with scientific and ‘scientific’ explanations from Joly)

formordor:

elemental-witch:

smelly-grl:

fucktheflagandfuckyou:

soloontherocks:

petrolgirls:

apple-pie-thighs:

deerhoof:

madamevengeance:

weirdcreep:

TRUTH!

THIS OH MY FUCKING GOD THIS
THIS
THIS
THIS
CAN I REITERATE…THIS

this is so incredible

TRUTH!!!!

this woman speaks all the truth about hardcore! 

this applies to literally every area of knowledge

hell, she’s talking about music and I’m over here like “when did she meet every male scifi nerd on the planet”

@one-determined-flash this is the video i took my sound clip from!!!!!!!!!!!

the end is the best tbh

‘You don’t only not know about it, you’re disinterested in it. You think it doesn’t exist, you don’t think it’s real knowledge. Because it’s women. Women aren’t real knowledge.’

❤️❤️❤️ HER!! 💯💯💯

lovelovelovelove this

mahdic:

mahdic:

amir khusrow (1253–1325 CE)

lmao i’m so happy and surprised to see how this thing blew up. this style of poetry is actually an entire genre in hindavi literature. it is a type of folk poetry called kah mukarni, and it involves two playful female speakers seemingly speaking about their lovers and ending in a wordplay. they’re very earthy-sounding in their folk performances, and they are traditionally sung by women. here’s another one by khusrow that i like:

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p.s. these are all from sunil sharma’s translations (which is prob as good as it gets in translation)

mrmerenda:

Everyone feels like a kid again when they’re holding a lightsaber.