It’s two am and I’m awake again because you’re sick and I can’t do anything to make you feel better I miss you


"About love and chaos" - Poeta Exilado
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Ariana Grande sounds like a font on Microsoft Word

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Just tried watching ink master on netflix and omg she had an insane clown posse tattoo she needed covered up omg


Look what I just finished! Flower tattoos are completed finally after a couple of tweaks here and there. :)

Prints here.


Tattoo by Alice Kendall! 
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California poppies for Jasmine.
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Aye-aye is one of the strangest looking primates. They can only be found in the north-eastern parts of Madagascar. They are nocturnal and usually at the altitude above 700 meters of rain forest trees.

It has specifically designed middle finger which is used for extraction of food from trunks, braches and hard shells. Aye-aye taps a branch with its finger and listens if there is any sound of moving insects or larvae inside. If the movement is detected, aye-aye will make a hole with sharp teeth and use its middle digit to scoop the prey.

The ancient legends of Malagasy considered it the symbol of death due to its scary looks and eerie call. They believe that if the long pointed finger is pointed to any person, death befalls him/her. This leads people to kill aye-ayes on sight. Aye-aye is listed as nearly threatened species with 1000 left on the wild  and it is currently under protection.

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The Best Language for Math
What’s the best language for learning math? Hint: You’re not reading it.
Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Turkish use simpler number words and express math concepts more clearly than English, making it easier for small children to learn counting and arithmetic, research shows.
The language gap is drawing growing attention amid a push by psychologists and educators to build numeracy in small children—the mathematical equivalent of literacy. Confusing English word names have been linked in several recent studies to weaker counting and arithmetic skills in children. However, researchers are finding some easy ways for parents to level the playing field through games and early practice.
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i luv buttz
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Fillerrrrrrr pre-shading. I ooze like a motherfucker.
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