wild-soulchiild:

rohoyatembo:

jaimerats:

i feel sorry for people who don’t appreciate rats. rats are wonderful little creatures filled to the brim with nothing but love. they do not deserve the bad rep they get. they do not deserve the cruel comments people say about them. they too deserve nothing but the love which they give to us in return. my babies are my best friends. they cheer me up when i’m sad. they make me smile when i had no idea it was even possible for me to smile again. they are fabulous little pixies and i would be so so lost without them.

YES OMG THANK YOU 
this is my favorite post ever

their little finger nails omg

wild-soulchiild:

rohoyatembo:

jaimerats:

i feel sorry for people who don’t appreciate rats. rats are wonderful little creatures filled to the brim with nothing but love. they do not deserve the bad rep they get. they do not deserve the cruel comments people say about them. they too deserve nothing but the love which they give to us in return. my babies are my best friends. they cheer me up when i’m sad. they make me smile when i had no idea it was even possible for me to smile again. they are fabulous little pixies and i would be so so lost without them.

YES OMG THANK YOU 

this is my favorite post ever

their little finger nails omg

penishole:

This video is incredible

iamrickyhoover:

latenightalaska:

mightymaura:


Clint Malarchuk mere moments after having his jugular vein severed during a game on March 22, 1989. The wound was closed after 300 stitches and he avoided becoming the third NHL player to die from an in-game injury 

One of the trainers had been a medic in Vietnam, and was able to hold his jugular closed until he could receive treatment.
Easily the most intense moment in sports history.

hockey tho


Holy shit

iamrickyhoover:

latenightalaska:

mightymaura:

Clint Malarchuk mere moments after having his jugular vein severed during a game on March 22, 1989. The wound was closed after 300 stitches and he avoided becoming the third NHL player to die from an in-game injury

One of the trainers had been a medic in Vietnam, and was able to hold his jugular closed until he could receive treatment.

Easily the most intense moment in sports history.

hockey tho

Holy shit