Pallas Cat Kittens (x) - Wildlife Heritage Foundation
this looks like a chinchilla and snow leopard mated and hate a fluffy hyper baby
i. can’t. breathe.
reblogging again for those tags
reblogged for the image and tags!
Cats Traumatized by Baths
Previously: Cats Who Have Had Enough
That last one tho
"I TRUSTED YOU"
MY REVENGE WILL BE BOTH GREAT AND TERRIBLE!
the last one totally reminds me of yzma from the emperor’s new groove
This is Winkle’s first bath that we gave her the day I took her in:
At a certain point she stopped struggling and just stared into space with this “I am dead inside” look. She was in shock, lol. She forgave us soon after, though.
That last cat reminds me of a lobster…and i can’t breathe!
the feline answer to corgis
your move, dogs.
Stubby legs! STUBBY LEGS!!
Never not reblog.
He is the ONLY way to the Father!
Jackie Chan cross-dresses as a girl
now that’s kawaii.
So now he’s not only insanely awesome but he looks good in drag!?
Bless this man he’s my entire childhood.
why is jackie chan dressed as Chun Lee????
File under: Stuff You Didn’t Know You Needed
It’s the English dub, but hte video for this just… makes life better.
i never know what to do with my face
Here’s the thing about compliments (any kind, for me) it’s impossible to believe them. We’re so caught up in our own vision of ourselves that if someone says something that conflicts with what we believe to be true, we rationalize it away. We think “they’re confused” or “they don’t really know me” or “this person must be a terrible judge of character” or “they’re trying so hard to be nice to me.”
The only compliment that’s easy to accept is one that we already believe to be true about ourselves, like when someone says I’m a really good video blogger I’m like “yeah…I’m good at that.” But tell me I’m a great person or I changed your life…it’s just very difficult for me to internalize that, to make that a part of my understanding of myself because I just don’t believe I’m that great.*
There are two skills that the entire world needs to develop.
1. Understanding that other people’s perceptions of you are likely to be more accurate than your own.
2. Complimenting people in a deep ways that make them really really believe it. See this Troy/Annie GIFset.
* I’m not complaining…and if you want to work on good compliments, don’t work on ones for me. I have enough ego-boosting going on…work on compliments for the under-appreciated people in your lives…the ones who don’t know how great they are.
This is so me…
#mutants are a metaphor
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