Oh, Such Whimsy!
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sharkmomo:

Ur beautful 2
We should eat spaghetti sometime

Right on.

rakewn:

i tried to think of actual cheesy pick up lines for them but then i was like nah

happy valentines day 

are you gay or bisexual?
Anonymous
ecunderbase:

60s Ant-man is the best there is.
I speak true facts.
okay
maybe they’re opinions.
you can’t prove anything!nope.

Still pretty proud of this Ant-man I drew over a year ago.

ecunderbase:

60s Ant-man is the best there is.

I speak true facts.

okay

maybe they’re opinions.

you can’t prove anything!
nope.

Still pretty proud of this Ant-man I drew over a year ago.

rakewn:

☆ a gang of shark gals who go around breaking the knees of misogynists ☆

rakewn:

a gang of shark gals who go around breaking the knees of misogynists 

A robit, for your troubles.

A robit, for your troubles.

nutastic:

insectlove:

I don’t know much about, but I’m really curious about caterpillars, I found this wonderful one, nearby my house, which is close to Curitiba - PR, Brasil.Is this a phase of a butterfly or moth? does anyone recognizes it?Thank you =)

This is an absolutely gorgeous caterpillar. Unfortunately there is no distinction between moth and butterfly larvae. I’ve been looking almost everywhere for this exact species but I can’t seem to find anything other than that I’m sure it might somehow be related to the horned hickory devil caterpillars (which later become moths) but seeing as this was found in Brazil, I don’t think that’s the case.
What you have though is some kind of horned caterpillar. I wish I could’ve been more help.

Through a totally scientific consultation of google images and my favorite insect ID sites, my best guess would be Citheronia brisotti. Several Citheronia species are found in your area, and they turn into moths.
Someone snapped a good photo of a brisotti here.

nutastic:

insectlove:

I don’t know much about, but I’m really curious about caterpillars, I found this wonderful one, nearby my house, which is close to Curitiba - PR, Brasil.
Is this a phase of a butterfly or moth? does anyone recognizes it?
Thank you =)

This is an absolutely gorgeous caterpillar. Unfortunately there is no distinction between moth and butterfly larvae. I’ve been looking almost everywhere for this exact species but I can’t seem to find anything other than that I’m sure it might somehow be related to the horned hickory devil caterpillars (which later become moths) but seeing as this was found in Brazil, I don’t think that’s the case.

What you have though is some kind of horned caterpillar. I wish I could’ve been more help.

Through a totally scientific consultation of google images and my favorite insect ID sites, my best guess would be Citheronia brisotti. Several Citheronia species are found in your area, and they turn into moths.

Someone snapped a good photo of a brisotti here.

stmungos:

theshipqueen:

friend: you speak french?
me: yeah
friend: say something in french!
me: je suis venu ici pour passer un bon moment et je suis honnêtement sentir si attaqué dès maintenant

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My curls have recovered from the haircut, and are starting to take over again.

My curls have recovered from the haircut, and are starting to take over again.

CUTIE

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