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i didn’t know alpacas were so majestic

interesting things!
if you put an aplaca in with sheep (like this one) it thinks its just a bigger better sheep than all the others, and it protects everyone and leads them around
and when predators come around they see the alpaca and go “what the fuck thats not a sheep” and get the fuck out
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This painting by Canadian artist, Heidi Taillefer, offers the viewer a sumptuous depiction of the pregnant body’s internal world.  Rich images of fruit and flowers fill the woman’s form, while her baby is nourished within a floating sac of clear water.  Her full breasts are glorious machines that produce and pump milk through an intricate system of faucets and tubing.  Like a cross between a Duch still life painting and a Surrealist masterwork, Taillefer’s composition is lavish, detailed and luxuriant, reminding the viewer of the fertile bounty and reproductive powers intrinsic to the female body.
Taillefer describes the various meanings of this complex painting on her own website:
The painting “Venus Envy” is a work emphasizing the beauty and potency of women and motherhood.  The name “Venus Envy” is a play on words of the Freudian “Penis Envy”, and implies the enviable female advantage of being the carrier of new life.  With the predominance of taboos and limitations against women in so many cultures throughout the world, the piece exposes with pride and irreverence, female charaacteristics, whether beautiful or unsettling.  It is an attempt to absolve women of their generally complex nature, and free them from harsh social standards foisted upon their physical, social, and spiritual selves.  It also explores the sensuality of pregnancy, and the mystical and intimidating power with which it was once regarded.
Heidi Taillefer has produced prolifically over the past two decades.  While symbolism, surrealism, the sublime and the sacred are integral to her work, she also explores the absurd and maintains a strong sense of humor in her creative process.

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today i saw a scene couple in the hallway at school and the girl literally stopped kissing him so she could scratch his face and meow into his ear and he barked back i do not pay taxes for this shit 

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when bros got their dicks out on omegle 


omg I’m laughing so hard at Sulley’s expression, he’s just staring at someone’s junk trying to smile 

A gif has never been used so utterly perfectly in the history of Tumblr.

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