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A few mealy mouthfuls from whatever dishes are bubbling away on my stove.
awkwardsituationist:

a three ounce baby galápagos tortoise and its 564 pound mother. it will take thirty years for the baby to grow as big as the mother. galápagos tortoises are the longest lived of all vertebrates, with average lifespans of more than a hundred years. photo by mandy quayle at the taronga western plains zoo in new south wales, australia.

awkwardsituationist:

a three ounce baby galápagos tortoise and its 564 pound mother. it will take thirty years for the baby to grow as big as the mother. galápagos tortoises are the longest lived of all vertebrates, with average lifespans of more than a hundred years. photo by mandy quayle at the taronga western plains zoo in new south wales, australia.

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Looks nice, but this would be the most, dribbly, caught-in-the-rain, unsatisfying showerhead ever.

Looks nice, but this would be the most, dribbly, caught-in-the-rain, unsatisfying showerhead ever.

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