Places from How to Train Your Dragon that actually exist
these are real pictures from around the world that have a striking resemblance to the landscapes from httyd 1 and 2
Sleeping baby bunnies
Bats in Rehab. Flying foxes suffering from heat exhaustion recuperate inside their individual wraps after being rescued by the Australian Bat Clinic in southeast Queensland, Australia, on January 9, 2014.Photo credit: Australian Bat Clinic, Trish Wimberley / AP
Cressida Cowell, the woman behind How to Train your Dragon. (x)
This is, in fact, the most important post on the internet.
Every male should be required to read this.
IN PAIN READING THIS. REALLY GLAD I HAVE A DICK
the most perfect post.
This is marvelous and I very much want this to be a YouTube video so that it can be more easily digestible.
But I will point out that you’re not going to get toxic shock syndrome because you leave your tampon in for an extra 3 minutes. Toxic shock is a rare disease and the chances of getting it can be increased by the prolonged use of tampons. Incidence is about 0.003% per year of tampon-using women. (That’s roughly the murder rate in the US…though, to be clear, for all people, whether or not they use tampons)
In other words…you do not have a time bomb ticking in your crotch. Toxic shock is rare, but be aware of the symptoms just in case.