Love how true this is! Thanks, alejandravga, for submitting this!
(I would like to clarify that this picture is not mine. I’m not sure where it originally came from, but if you do, please let me know so I can give credit to the maker!)
date people you see yourself walking down Main Street of Disneyland with.
THIS SO MUCH THIS
Heaven for me is just dogs everywhere, all sizes, all breeds, all ages.
BeyondAdorable! A Must Watch! Puppy Comforts Older Dog During a Bad Dream (VIDEO)
talents include looking 12 and saying thank you to the bus driver
Their first proverbial steps out of the Tardis!
After the days I have had, I don’t think it’s out of line to want this.
Update: it is done.
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this is the happiest thing i’ve ever seen
kmthu said: What's the "DO NOT EAT" thing in packaged foods, what's in it and how does it work? Thanks!
It’s silica gel…an artifical form of silicon dioxide (the same stuff that makes up sand) that has tons of tiny pores that have affinities for water. Silica gel can absorb around 40% of its weight in water. It’s manufactured to be entirely dry and then placed in food or other products that manufacturers don’t want to get moist in humid climates (slightly moist chips are what we in the real world call “stale.”) Water would rather be in the silica matrix than the food matrix, so that’s where it goes, keeping the food nice and dry.
And if you’re wondering why you shouldn’t eat it…it’s just because it’s not technically food. It’s not dangerous though…it’s just fancy sand.
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