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iluvukrisjenner:

do yall even remember bueno nacho

iluvukrisjenner:

do yall even remember bueno nacho

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GOT TO GET YOU INTO MY LIFE.

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GOT TO GET YOU INTO MY LIFE.

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Frodo by Devilstar on Flickr.
Samoyed :)

rraaaarrl:

Frodo by Devilstar on Flickr.

Samoyed :)

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I have been thrifting for a cat sweater my entire life.

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prettysnake:

new kitty sweaters @ http://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettySnake

I have been thrifting for a cat sweater my entire life.


A lion decides he’s had enough of being photographed - and tries to steal a photographer’s camera. The lion and his pride had been followed by a film crew in Okavango Delta, Botswana, for days - and obviously decided it was time to have his turn behind the camera. The lion broke away from the pride and ran up to the camera before trying to drag the camera and tripod away. The photo was taken by British photographer and tour guide John Sobey, who runs horseback safaris for photographers throughout Botswana. He said: “He had a good look down the lens and we watched, amazed. It was only when he decided to try and bite them camera that the film crew got worried, and shouted at the lion, scaring him away.”

A lion decides he’s had enough of being photographed - and tries to steal a photographer’s camera. The lion and his pride had been followed by a film crew in Okavango Delta, Botswana, for days - and obviously decided it was time to have his turn behind the camera. The lion broke away from the pride and ran up to the camera before trying to drag the camera and tripod away. The photo was taken by British photographer and tour guide John Sobey, who runs horseback safaris for photographers throughout Botswana. He said: “He had a good look down the lens and we watched, amazed. It was only when he decided to try and bite them camera that the film crew got worried, and shouted at the lion, scaring him away.”