Beware the kitten's claws ...

Bleurgh,I feel so sick and I’ve left my Motilium at work :(

pleatedjeans:

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wannyy:

When people ask me what my future tattoo plans are, for me, it’s literally like asking a pregnant woman if you can see the baby RIGHT now… Like… No it’s not ready wait until it’s born??? Idk…

vinebox:

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vinebox:

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prettythingsandangelwings:

jaclynxhyde:

devi13:

moniquill:

NO PETTING, ONLY MURDER

Clumsy, adorable murder

IT’S SO FLUFFY AND SWATTY AND ROLLY AND PERFECT I CAN’T HANDLE THIS OH GOODNESS HELP ME

I need 20

prettythingsandangelwings:

jaclynxhyde:

devi13:

moniquill:

NO PETTING, ONLY MURDER

Clumsy, adorable murder

IT’S SO FLUFFY AND SWATTY AND ROLLY AND PERFECT I CAN’T HANDLE THIS OH GOODNESS HELP ME

I need 20

versacegravy:

awwww-cute:

The webcam is set to shoot only one frame in every minute, so the chances of catching this were nearly impossible, but there it is!

SELFIE

versacegravy:

awwww-cute:

The webcam is set to shoot only one frame in every minute, so the chances of catching this were nearly impossible, but there it is!

SELFIE

tipsylittlekitten:

Happy topless tuesday!

tipsylittlekitten:

Happy topless tuesday!

I’m tired… I’m so tired. I thought I just needed a night’s sleep, but it’s more than that.
Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)
Pro-lifer: Would you have wanted to be aborted
Me: Yes
malformalady:

This 300-acre site, built in May 1913 to house some 2,000 patients at any one time, was more than a psychiatric ward - it was a complete community, designed so that no one would ever need to leave. Inside the now deserted, decaying shell, psychiatrists were once free to test their new treatments without any restrictions on patients at the mental hospital in Colchester, Essex. Designed in 1910 by architect Frank Whitmore, the hospital was so fully equipped with the buildings and facilities that staff and patients would never have to leave the site - or even venture outside if it rained.
Photo credit: Simon Webster

malformalady:

This 300-acre site, built in May 1913 to house some 2,000 patients at any one time, was more than a psychiatric ward - it was a complete community, designed so that no one would ever need to leave. Inside the now deserted, decaying shell, psychiatrists were once free to test their new treatments without any restrictions on patients at the mental hospital in Colchester, Essex. Designed in 1910 by architect Frank Whitmore, the hospital was so fully equipped with the buildings and facilities that staff and patients would never have to leave the site - or even venture outside if it rained.

Photo credit: Simon Webster

gifss-heaveen:

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