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May 18 2017

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Along the Nahe, Germany.

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“Ermershausen Meddlfranken Unterfranken Wikipedia”

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New Elaborate Patterns and Designs Carved on Produce by ‘Gaku’

Although we first mentioned his work here only a month ago, food artist Gaku has continues to share numerous examples of his inventive approach to food carving called mukimono. Gaku works with little more than an x-acto knife to carve quickly before the fruit or vegetable starts to change color, executing motifs and patterns often found in Japanese art. You can see even more of his latest works on Instagram.

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A Very Serious Review Of Waterholes, by G. G. Dog, esq, Resident Forest Puddle/Really Big Stick Quality Control Officer

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Peoplefriends with cars are THE BEST. Forest walks are THE BEST. Puddles are THE BEST. Giant sticks are THE BESTEST

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Waterhole 1.

Right at the start of the walk, so BEST because convenient. Could dive in straight away before I got hot. Not very deep though and no good sticks.
3 stars.

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Peoplefriends called me away before I could grab the nice straight stick an old man was walking around with. Found a better stick not far from there though. BEST STICK.

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Waterhole 2:

Middle of the walk, and this one is always full so I zoom ahead long before the peoplefriends get there so I have extra swimming time.
It wasn’t as full as last time but still, nice and big, BEST mudding properties, a good cool place to stop and play with BEST STICK. 4 stars.

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Waterhole 3
THE BEST PUDDLE - 5 stars

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HUGE and there was an EVEN BETTER BEST STICK

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The REALLY EXCELLENT BEST STICK

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In conclusion: BEST DAY EVER

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Laughing so hard in public my eyes are tearing up.

DOGGY!

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This is science

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How much respect I lose for someone the moment they use autism as an insult

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“These are my children.”

“They look nothing li—”

“LOOK HOW BEAUTIFUL THEY ARE.”

for some reason I really like that she’s called Hilda.

This happened on my grandmothers farm when my mom was little,

baby ducks act a lot like baby chickens so in the beginning it wasn’t so bad

the main problem is that baby ducks  LOVE water, but baby chickens get very very dead from it,

so you can imagine the mother hens surprise and horror the first time they go by the farm pond and ALL THE BABIES RUN TO THE WATER AND JUMP IN

my grandmother had to come out of the house to investigate all the noise the hen was making

The mother hen was clucking and screeching in distress and running circles around the pond while the duckies were having the time of their lives.

This happened a few more times before Momma hen was like FUCK IT YOU WANNA SWIM SEE WHAT I CARE , and would sit a distance away watching them in the pond.

if the ducks ever abandoned any eggs my grandmother would always put it under that particular hens nest cause from then on she always knew how to deal with her “water loving” delinquent children

BEST ADOPTED MUM

“Half my children are fucking idiots but they’re my children and i love them”

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According to Zillow, the median price of currently listed homes in the US is $245,000. Assuming an avocado costs about $1.50, you only have to not buy 163,000 avocados to afford a house! Gosh, if I normally buy an avocado a day, but instead I save that money, it’ll only take me 448 years to save up for a house! Wow, look at those savings! Why did I never think of this???

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