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sorelatable:

More So Relatable Here!
dailybunny:

Who Approaches Bunny’s Castle?
Thanks, scarlin68!
dogshaming:

Pandora Upgrade!
I walked across the Kindle, and upgraded to a paid version of Pandora. You’re welcome! DaisyView Post

dogshaming:

Pandora Upgrade!

I walked across the Kindle, and upgraded to a paid version of Pandora. You’re welcome! Daisy

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ecstatic-motion:

My cat brought us a present today.  I have never seen a rabbit SO angry. 

extremelytrivialpolicereports:

latining:

Reblogging because SASKATCHEWAN STORY TIME.
Okay, so: Cows are very stupid and small-time cattle and dairy farmers usually leave them out to pasture. There is a giant-assed river running through Saskatchewan, called the Saskatchewan River. (Saskatchewan was named after the Cree words “Kisiskatchewani Sipi” which means “swift-flowing river,” so it’s Kind Of A Thing. Anyway.) True to its namesake, the river is fast and generally pretty deadly.
… So cows, more or less being walking stomachs, will regularly try to graze by the side of the river, fall in, and drown. The body parts and/or bones wash down the river and through Regina… where Very Concerned Citizens call the police to report “what looks like human bones” washed up on the riverside.
…Even though a cow femur is about three times the size of a human one.
…Even though cow vertebrae are about the size of a hockey puck.
…Even though a cow skull is often five or six metres away. (Which is ignored and taken home as an “Indian artefact.” /facepalm)
Fuckin’ city folk, man.

Reblogging this response because a Canadian is using a hockey puck as a standard unit of measurement.

extremelytrivialpolicereports:

latining:

Reblogging because SASKATCHEWAN STORY TIME.

Okay, so: Cows are very stupid and small-time cattle and dairy farmers usually leave them out to pasture. There is a giant-assed river running through Saskatchewan, called the Saskatchewan River. (Saskatchewan was named after the Cree words “Kisiskatchewani Sipi” which means “swift-flowing river,” so it’s Kind Of A Thing. Anyway.) True to its namesake, the river is fast and generally pretty deadly.

… So cows, more or less being walking stomachs, will regularly try to graze by the side of the river, fall in, and drown. The body parts and/or bones wash down the river and through Regina… where Very Concerned Citizens call the police to report “what looks like human bones” washed up on the riverside.

…Even though a cow femur is about three times the size of a human one.

…Even though cow vertebrae are about the size of a hockey puck.

…Even though a cow skull is often five or six metres away. (Which is ignored and taken home as an “Indian artefact.” /facepalm)

Fuckin’ city folk, man.

Reblogging this response because a Canadian is using a hockey puck as a standard unit of measurement.