September 28, 2014
kathybernie:

Wildlife Portrait Marten by sandravonhohenstein

kathybernie:

Wildlife Portrait Marten by sandravonhohenstein

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September 23, 2014

swimminginmainstream:

Can we all take some time to appreciate Alex Hirsch’s twitter?

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September 23, 2014
michaelmoonsbookshop:

Fox-Glove; Plants from which poisonous substances are derived No.24
Attractive illustration series printed in 1857

michaelmoonsbookshop:

Fox-Glove; Plants from which poisonous substances are derived No.24

Attractive illustration series printed in 1857

September 21, 2014
DO IT NOW: Guide to Proper Bra Fit and Measuring because Victoria Secret and La Senza and whatever are full of shit and you are definitely wearing the wrong size ok? ok

sameatschildren:

Hi guys I’m obsessed with this shit lately because I don’t want anyone to have unhappy, unsupported boobs like I did. Even if you think your boobs and bras are fine, try it. It will make a big difference in comfort, support, and shape, even if you have small boobs or big boobs. A proper fitting…

September 20, 2014

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September 20, 2014

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September 20, 2014
becausebirds:

Britain’s smallest bird, the Goldcrest, weighs the same as a teaspoonful of sugar.

becausebirds:

Britain’s smallest bird, the Goldcrest, weighs the same as a teaspoonful of sugar.

September 20, 2014

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September 19, 2014

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September 19, 2014
weirdvintage:

Colored toilet paper was introduced in the 1950s, and remained popular until the 1970s.  Homeowners loved coordinating everything in their bathroom, and could buy colors like pink, blue, lavender, yellow, beige, green, and even black.  
Sales began to decline as doctors pointed out that the dyes could cause skin sensitivities, and ecologists said that the dye could be harmful to the environment.  Scott still produced beige, tan and pink until 2004.  But never fear!  Renova is a company that creates highly pigmented toilet paper, including black and fuchsia.  It assures that it is “colorfast for its intended use,” and is “dermatologically and gynecologically tested.”  
(Photo via Vintage Ad Browser.  The history of colored toilet paper from ToiletPaperWorld.com)

weirdvintage:

Colored toilet paper was introduced in the 1950s, and remained popular until the 1970s.  Homeowners loved coordinating everything in their bathroom, and could buy colors like pink, blue, lavender, yellow, beige, green, and even black.  

Sales began to decline as doctors pointed out that the dyes could cause skin sensitivities, and ecologists said that the dye could be harmful to the environment.  Scott still produced beige, tan and pink until 2004.  But never fear!  Renova is a company that creates highly pigmented toilet paper, including black and fuchsia.  It assures that it is “colorfast for its intended use,” and is “dermatologically and gynecologically tested.”  

(Photo via Vintage Ad Browser.  The history of colored toilet paper from ToiletPaperWorld.com)

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