It’s okay! He just got really fluffy
Day: February 22, 2018
What a good snail.
waking up on thursday morning after surviving yet another wombat wednesday
EVERYBODY HEARS VOICES!!
Have a good day at work little buddy
EVERYONE LOOK AT THIS IMMEDIATELY.
His name is Black and was adopted by the workers of a construction site in Antofagasta, Chile. He was found by some workers near the area, when he was just a kitten, and they decided to take care care of him. The workers loved him and one of the cleaning ladies of the site designed some mini reflective jackets- and other outfits- for him. He was officialy named foreman and had its own access credential to the construction site.
I belive the constrution work finished on 2017 and he was adopted by one of the employees.
Look at him!
He is such a good site foreman!
He’s working so hard and doing such a good job! ❤
Idk which one is funnier
look @ this cute lil lady
Everyone who’s ever thought insects are gross, ugly or scary should see this bee and know that almost basically all arthropods will feel dirty and clean themselves this way.
THIS IS THE CUTEST THING IVE EVER SEEN
Remnants of the British Black Panther’s Lost Legacy
Britain’s black power movement is at risk of being forgotten, say historians
The Cambridge academic Robin Bunce said: “There is a fundamental danger of erasing the very notion of a struggle at all. I’ve been researching this for four and a half years and there have been so many occasions when people have said to me: ‘There was no black struggle in Britain. You’re thinking of South Africa or America.’“
The narrative that feeds it is the one that Britain is the utopia of fair play. We have such a commitment to individual rights, we have such a commitment to common sense and decency that there is no systematic racism in Britain.”…
Bunce said it was not just politicians, but wider British society that would rather not dwell on the less palatable.
appreciation post for my kitty’s huge gross tongue
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