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I'm Lo. I am studying Sustainable Agriculture for my bachelors of science and earning a minor in Chemistry. I am also pursuing my passion for music outside of college. This blog will be used for an overflow of my nerdiness as well as a release of my artsy side. Enjoy!

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  1. maccosmetics:

    Backstage at Trelise Cooper, New Zealand Fashion Week 2014

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    bogleech:

    florafaunagifs:

    Leaf bug (Phyllium giganteum)

    The constant wobbling as they move is a part of their disguise, making it seem as though the “leaf” is only moving because of a light breeze.

    If you blow on one it will also shake around in the hopes of matching any actual surrounding leaves

    its butt wiggles *u*

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  7. thiscorpsofbrothers:

danisnotonfire:


Opening a beer with a frisbee.

dude

this is the most bro thing ever

    thiscorpsofbrothers:

    danisnotonfire:

    Opening a beer with a frisbee.

    dude

    this is the most bro thing ever

    (Source: 4gifs)

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  10. malformalady:

Japanese farmers have been experimenting with growing watermelon in shapes other than the traditional round or oblong shapes. Hirochi Kimura and his wife spent three years perfecting the art of growing these tokens of affection on their farm in Kumamoto, Japan. They say the shape symbolizes “their passion for farming and their affection for each other.”


This is all I’ve ever needed.  But it also creeps me out.  But that’s silly and I want one!

    malformalady:

    Japanese farmers have been experimenting with growing watermelon in shapes other than the traditional round or oblong shapes. Hirochi Kimura and his wife spent three years perfecting the art of growing these tokens of affection on their farm in Kumamoto, Japan. They say the shape symbolizes “their passion for farming and their affection for each other.”

    This is all I’ve ever needed. But it also creeps me out. But that’s silly and I want one!

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  14. I let you live once, princess.
    I am not a princess.

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