1. One men with a big deal

    One men with a big deal

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  2. ree-lifts:

inpursuitofbrunch:

the-life-of-leah:

It’s my birthday and I’ll take forty photos of my glute-ham tie if I want to

Oh. My. God. Why am I not surprised.

Girrrrl!

    ree-lifts:

    inpursuitofbrunch:

    the-life-of-leah:

    It’s my birthday and I’ll take forty photos of my glute-ham tie if I want to

    Oh. My. God.

    Why am I not surprised.

    Girrrrl!

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  4. deodomuique:

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  8. blancaniiieves:

:p

    blancaniiieves:

    :p

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  9. blancaniiieves:

xoxojeyy:

blancaniiieves:

^-^

Bianca always reblogs herself.

Lmao sometimes I just gotzz to

    blancaniiieves:

    xoxojeyy:

    blancaniiieves:

    ^-^

    Bianca always reblogs herself.

    Lmao sometimes I just gotzz to

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  10. sixpenceee:

The spider catches the bee and the bee stings the spider. Both are dead, with the bee’s stinger still in the spider.  This is a great example showing why honey bees die after stinging something only once. Their stinger/venom sac are attached to other organs inside the bee, so when the stinger’s barbs lodge into something, everything gets pulled out, potentially including gut, etc and leaving a gaping hole in the bees abdomen. (From Here) 

    sixpenceee:

    The spider catches the bee and the bee stings the spider. Both are dead, with the bee’s stinger still in the spider.  This is a great example showing why honey bees die after stinging something only once. Their stinger/venom sac are attached to other organs inside the bee, so when the stinger’s barbs lodge into something, everything gets pulled out, potentially including gut, etc and leaving a gaping hole in the bees abdomen. (From Here) 

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