80s and 90s nostalgia. Other fun stuff.

pizzzatime:

twentiethcenturykid: WACKY PACKAGE WHIZ BANG! - Topps Wacky Packages Series #1 1973

pizzzatime:

twentiethcenturykid: WACKY PACKAGE WHIZ BANG! - Topps Wacky Packages Series #1 1973

ecstasysmom:

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gameraboy:

Disneyland 1965, from the Donruss Bubblegum Cards. Via Gorillas Don’t Blog. More vintage Disney.

hoshikira:

sraf-and-seedpods:

ddemonicc:

thedailypibble:

PSA from Manchester Animal Shelter (FB):

Is this a cute picture? Do you see “cute” pictures of your friends’ kids on FB? No it isn’t cute, it’s an accident waiting to happen. That is not the look of love in that dog’s eyes, it’s the look of stress. Everything about this dog’s body language says he wants some space. The wide eyes (known as whale eye), the ears back and the tense body are all indicators that the dog doesn’t like what’s being done to him.
A relaxed dog would have soft eyes, ears in a neutral position and body would be loose. Placing your dog and your child in situations like these are not only dangerous but setting your dog up for failure - it’s not just “aggressive” dogs that bite. Even non-aggressive dogs can get scared or lose patience. 
Let’s be clear this can be ANY breed dog. 
As ambassadors of bully breeds it is our responsibility to protect our dogs (and the children of course) from situations that could affect their livelihood. One bite regardless if accidental only adds to the stigma we all fight so hard against. Teaching children how to respect a dog’s space is the first step in teaching bite prevention. Remember all dogs have their limits, why test it?


Please share this!

Loose and wiggly body language, always! And just a note on body behavior, not all tail-wagging is created equal! A very high or very low, stiff, quickly wagging tail shows a dog is alert or unsure, and you should always use caution if a dog is exhibiting that kind of wag around another dog or child, or other animal. Loose, wiggly, mid-body wagging is what you want!

There was talk about this on the news many years ago, still remember it because I learned not to do this to dogs. A young girl didn’t know and the family dog ended up biting her face.

hoshikira:

sraf-and-seedpods:

ddemonicc:

thedailypibble:

PSA from Manchester Animal Shelter (FB):

Is this a cute picture? Do you see “cute” pictures of your friends’ kids on FB? No it isn’t cute, it’s an accident waiting to happen. That is not the look of love in that dog’s eyes, it’s the look of stress. Everything about this dog’s body language says he wants some space. The wide eyes (known as whale eye), the ears back and the tense body are all indicators that the dog doesn’t like what’s being done to him.

A relaxed dog would have soft eyes, ears in a neutral position and body would be loose. Placing your dog and your child in situations like these are not only dangerous but setting your dog up for failure - it’s not just “aggressive” dogs that bite. Even non-aggressive dogs can get scared or lose patience.

Let’s be clear this can be ANY breed dog.

As ambassadors of bully breeds it is our responsibility to protect our dogs (and the children of course) from situations that could affect their livelihood. One bite regardless if accidental only adds to the stigma we all fight so hard against. Teaching children how to respect a dog’s space is the first step in teaching bite prevention. Remember all dogs have their limits, why test it?

Please share this!

Loose and wiggly body language, always! And just a note on body behavior, not all tail-wagging is created equal! A very high or very low, stiff, quickly wagging tail shows a dog is alert or unsure, and you should always use caution if a dog is exhibiting that kind of wag around another dog or child, or other animal. Loose, wiggly, mid-body wagging is what you want!

There was talk about this on the news many years ago, still remember it because I learned not to do this to dogs. A young girl didn’t know and the family dog ended up biting her face.

zubat:

This kitty accidentally stepped on a bee

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Shine Aqua Illusion! 

(Source: proserpines)

arcaneimages:

The Bad Seed 

arcaneimages:

The Bad Seed 

(Source: jaffeds)

(Source: 89cats)

keuon:

t2ash:

Considerin buyin these wtf

my kind of tissues

keuon:

t2ash:

Considerin buyin these wtf

my kind of tissues

septagonstudios:

Andrea Lauren

septagonstudios:

Andrea Lauren

rejectionofmediocrity:

The New Cruelty - James Bareham

"…a series of still-life images of preserved human skulls, bodies and various internal organs featured in the famous Bodies Exhibition."

(Source: bewareofmpreg)