"One thing you learn from years of dealing with drug people, is that you can turn your back on a person, but never turn your back on a drug. Especially when that drug is waving a razor-sharp hunting knife in your eye."

-Raoul Duke (Johnny Depp) Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Just another day. :D

Just another day. :D

Dragon Pipe

Dragon Pipe

collegehumor:

Best Stoner Comedies
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collegehumor:

Best Stoner Comedies

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thefluffingtonpost:

Guinea Pig Refuses to Leave the House After Bad Haircut
Tickle, a 1-year-old guinea pig from San Francisco, CA, just wanted a little off the top. She was mortified to find that her stylist had totally botched her look.
“It was all uneven, frizzed out,” says Amanda Carter, a close friend. “She started crying and said she wouldn’t go out in public until it grew back in.”
Submitted by Whitney Daleiden.

thefluffingtonpost:

Guinea Pig Refuses to Leave the House After Bad Haircut

Tickle, a 1-year-old guinea pig from San Francisco, CA, just wanted a little off the top. She was mortified to find that her stylist had totally botched her look.

“It was all uneven, frizzed out,” says Amanda Carter, a close friend. “She started crying and said she wouldn’t go out in public until it grew back in.”

Submitted by Whitney Daleiden.

paisley-rose:

Caracal Kittens

paisley-rose:

Caracal Kittens

(Source: ivanpobeda.com)

theanimalblog:

A 14-month-old Tasmanian devil bares its teeth at Devil Ark in the Barrington Tops area of Australia’s New South Wales state. At Devil Ark situated deep in eastern Australia’s cattle and thoroughbred country, a group of endangered tasmanian devils are being taught to forage in the wild as researchers race a contagious cancer threatening the species with extinction.  Photograph: Greg Wood/AFP/Getty Images

theanimalblog:

A 14-month-old Tasmanian devil bares its teeth at Devil Ark in the Barrington Tops area of Australia’s New South Wales state. At Devil Ark situated deep in eastern Australia’s cattle and thoroughbred country, a group of endangered tasmanian devils are being taught to forage in the wild as researchers race a contagious cancer threatening the species with extinction.  Photograph: Greg Wood/AFP/Getty Images