mrcloudphotography:

photo by Ryan Engstrom | MY TUMBLR BLOG |
Proxy Falls, Oregon. Another captivating photo by Ryan Engstrom!
Also, mosses are like the pandas of nature. They look cute and fluffy, but when you actually touch them, its like they just try to erase you from existence. Cuz you know pandas are basically bears. I think they weigh like a million tons or something (don’t quote me on that :P). They sneeze and wala I have no knees anymore. Mosses go like “hello there curious fellow, cmon step on me, I’m not slippery at all.” And then boom next thing you know you sound like the lady in the grape stomping contest Xo. Basically, be careful around mosses :P. And pandas.

mrcloudphotography:

photo by Ryan Engstrom | MY TUMBLR BLOG |

Proxy Falls, Oregon. Another captivating photo by Ryan Engstrom!

Also, mosses are like the pandas of nature. They look cute and fluffy, but when you actually touch them, its like they just try to erase you from existence. Cuz you know pandas are basically bears. I think they weigh like a million tons or something (don’t quote me on that :P). They sneeze and wala I have no knees anymore. Mosses go like “hello there curious fellow, cmon step on me, I’m not slippery at all.” And then boom next thing you know you sound like the lady in the grape stomping contest Xo. Basically, be careful around mosses :P. And pandas.

"Not everyone has to deal with abuse and harassment, but enough do that Twitter must take action. In a disproportionate amount of cases of harassment, those individuals are women, LGBT individuals and people of color. These individuals find value in the service, but the problem is their attackers mean as much to Twitter as they do. The weapons to fight abuse must be kept locked up, for the good of the product. This tacit statement that profit comes before people has to stop."
- Ben Kuchera, "Twitter can fix its harassment problem, but why mess with success?" (via femfreq)

itsajensenthing:

Do you ever start watching an episode on your laptop

and then randomly pause it

and next you know you’re on tumblr

and suddenly it’s taken you 2 hours to watch a 40 minute episode

(via crotchstein)