adoptpets:

monsterpussy:

this has killed me

This is how you crawl you little dipshit 

(Source: kittiezandtittiez, via living-light-blog)

Timestamp: 1406077407

adoptpets:

monsterpussy:

this has killed me

This is how you crawl you little dipshit 

(Source: kittiezandtittiez, via living-light-blog)

living-light-blog:

carnistssaythedarndestthings:

A vegan friend found this while camping in Leh. Leh, in the northernmost tip of the Indian Himalayas and close to Tibet, is one of the harshest places for humans to live in. It’s a cold, windswept desert where hardly a blade of grass grows. For 8 months of the year, temperatures remain below freezing, often dipping below -40. Because of its altitude, the air over there is so rarefied that visitors have to acclimatize for 3 days before they can walk without running out of breath. 

Some people say that veganism is a First World privilege. They say that urbanized, well-off people in wealthy societies can afford to be vegan, but “poor” people in third world countries cannot afford it. Firstly, that betrays an ignorance of economics and food production. Around the world, healthy vegan food is a lot cheaper than meat and dairy. But it also betrays yet another excuse for a complacent, uncaring life: “If someone in Siberia / Namibia / Cambodia isn’t vegan, I won’t be either.”

That said, these messages, pinned in the door of a restaurant in Leh, are truly humbling. A little research revealed the source: a group called Tibetan Volunteers for Animals (TVA). They have a Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/FreedomForAll) and a website (http://semchen.org/). And we all know the plight of Tibetans. 

If a group of disenfranchised people living as refugees in a third world country in one of the most hostile climates on Earth can be vegan, then what’s YOUR excuse?!

awesome

Timestamp: 1406077036

living-light-blog:

carnistssaythedarndestthings:

A vegan friend found this while camping in Leh. Leh, in the northernmost tip of the Indian Himalayas and close to Tibet, is one of the harshest places for humans to live in. It’s a cold, windswept desert where hardly a blade of grass grows. For 8 months of the year, temperatures remain below freezing, often dipping below -40. Because of its altitude, the air over there is so rarefied that visitors have to acclimatize for 3 days before they can walk without running out of breath. 

Some people say that veganism is a First World privilege. They say that urbanized, well-off people in wealthy societies can afford to be vegan, but “poor” people in third world countries cannot afford it. Firstly, that betrays an ignorance of economics and food production. Around the world, healthy vegan food is a lot cheaper than meat and dairy. But it also betrays yet another excuse for a complacent, uncaring life: “If someone in Siberia / Namibia / Cambodia isn’t vegan, I won’t be either.”

That said, these messages, pinned in the door of a restaurant in Leh, are truly humbling. A little research revealed the source: a group called Tibetan Volunteers for Animals (TVA). They have a Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/FreedomForAll) and a website (http://semchen.org/). And we all know the plight of Tibetans. 

If a group of disenfranchised people living as refugees in a third world country in one of the most hostile climates on Earth can be vegan, then what’s YOUR excuse?!

awesome

living-light-blog:

neo-aqua-madoor:

awkwardlara:

i was expecting this to end in death and sadness and now i’m pleasantly surprised that was adorable

yes,but does anyone recall…

THE RING BEARER

OH MY

(Source: iraffiruse)

Timestamp: 1404220059

living-light-blog:

neo-aqua-madoor:

awkwardlara:

i was expecting this to end in death and sadness and now i’m pleasantly surprised that was adorable

yes,but does anyone recall…

THE RING BEARER

OH MY

(Source: iraffiruse)

flohweri:

A man feeding swans and ducks from a snowy river bank in Krakow

the contrast is insane

relevant to my interests

this is so unreal

(Source: v0tum, via wonder-wall-of-stars)

Timestamp: 1403717240

flohweri:

A man feeding swans and ducks from a snowy river bank in Krakow

the contrast is insane

relevant to my interests

this is so unreal

(Source: v0tum, via wonder-wall-of-stars)

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fredschilton:

if you ever feel like a failure, just remember that jack crawford and the fbi arrested a vegan as the main suspect on a cannibal case

(via bonquiquicherice)

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teamrocketing:

*shows picture of me i like to mom*

mom: but you don’t even look like yourself

me: that’s the point

(via thisisnotablogthisisashrubbery)