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Since I'm so bored and all in this godforsaken high school, I might as well answer some questions or something. So go ahead, ask me anything.

boss-browbabe:

spoopydarnni:

unamusedsloth:

How koalas run

THIS IS TERRIBLE

I knew there was a reason I did not trust them

oh my godSTITCH IS A KOALA

boss-browbabe:

spoopydarnni:

unamusedsloth:

How koalas run

THIS IS TERRIBLE

I knew there was a reason I did not trust them

oh my god
STITCH IS A KOALA

(excuse me while i go answer the stuff that’s been festering in my inbox for a year)

I haven’t drawn Leon in a billion years

also I’m back from that extremely long and unexpected hiatus wassup

I haven’t drawn Leon in a billion years

also I’m back from that extremely long and unexpected hiatus wassup

sonianeverlime:

bogleech:

jesus-lizard-journal:

There’s an episode of Chowder where he’s learning to write legibly and they do a montage of him fighting letters as things that start with them

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Then there’s this one

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What

WHAT THE FUCK

… rape?

Anonymous said: please prove how punk rock you are

//plays shredding guitar solo then smashes guitar on ground

"HOWS THAT"

libutron:

Amphisbaena fuliginosa | ©Camila Rodriguez   (San Martín, Meta, Colombia)
Resembling a worm, this animal is actually a lizard, one without legs and highly reduced eyes. This species is Amphisbaena fuliginosa (Squamata - Amphisbaenidae) and it is commonly named Speckled Worm Lizard, Black-and-white worm lizard and Spotted worm lizard, in English, or Lagarto gusano moteado and Tatacoa colombiana in Spanish.
Amphisbaenians are burrowing reptiles, poorly known ecologically because of their fossorial habits. 
Amphisbaena fuliginosa is a South American species distributed in Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, and Trinidad and Tobago [1]. In 2007, it was recorded from the Cerrado biome, Brazil [2] [3]. In the Caribbean islands of Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, the Speckled Worm Lizard has been reported as introduced species [1]. 

… It’s a snake.
It’s just a snake.

libutron:

Amphisbaena fuliginosa | ©Camila Rodriguez   (San Martín, Meta, Colombia)

Resembling a worm, this animal is actually a lizard, one without legs and highly reduced eyes. This species is Amphisbaena fuliginosa (Squamata - Amphisbaenidae) and it is commonly named Speckled Worm Lizard, Black-and-white worm lizard and Spotted worm lizard, in English, or Lagarto gusano moteado and Tatacoa colombiana in Spanish.

Amphisbaenians are burrowing reptiles, poorly known ecologically because of their fossorial habits. 

Amphisbaena fuliginosa is a South American species distributed in Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, and Trinidad and Tobago [1]. In 2007, it was recorded from the Cerrado biome, Brazil [2] [3]. In the Caribbean islands of Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, the Speckled Worm Lizard has been reported as introduced species [1]. 

… It’s a snake.

It’s just a snake.

needlekind:

I DON’T FEEL RIGHT ACTUALLY PUBLISHING THIS BUT I FOUND THIS CLEANING OUT MY DRAFTS AND SHIT. SHIT

god help me

needlekind:

I DON’T FEEL RIGHT ACTUALLY PUBLISHING THIS BUT I FOUND THIS CLEANING OUT MY DRAFTS AND SHIT. SHIT

god help me

azeryx:

cheeseburgerapocalypse:

alright cool this is all i got but this was from the ask panel at katsucon and its pretty funny i think 

I’m the Gundam!

Oh Gundam u

GUYS
OH MY GOD
I’M SO SORRY
All of the files on my computer were deleted, and all the answers I was working on had been deleted ;-;
And since I can’t seem to get on Tumblr on my computer, it may be a while before I can answer any questions…!
Again, I’m really sorry about this, but all I can say is to please be patient until I can answer questions again.