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Af, Animals, and Bad: thefingerfuckingfemalefury: brookietf: thefingerfuckingfemalefury: drydrangea: association-of-free-people: cruzan-for-love: wethepotterheads0214: trashytoclassy: bunnywith: uleanblue: hermionxjean: maddeningmagic106: doctorsiggy: jitterbugjive: whoweargoldintheirhair: mememiya-anthy: #freshly peeled sheeps reblogging solely for that deeply unnerving caption @theosartisticthematics FRESHLY PEELED SHEEPS Fuck this. Does everyone just not see the blood scrapes on some of their backs and faces???!!! Anyone, seriously, correct me if I’m wrong because this is making me upset af Domesticated sheep need to be sheared because they don’t shed their coats on their own and it can be bad for their health if it gets too big. Also, it looks considering how close they cut that it went fairly well. I see like 2 nicks maybe, but with the photo it’s hard to tell. I mean, unfortunately, you’re going to nick a few animals because they don’t understand the order of “stand still” very well.  Sheep can die from heat exhaustion if they aren’t sheared.  Also, their skin secretes lanolin, which quickly soothes and heals any nicks they get during shearing.  in conclusion, it is good to peel the sheeps Please peel your sheeps They. Look. Like. Peeled. Potatoes Peel your sheep peeps! Remember when they found Shrek living in that cave and freed him he’s smiling in that last one HE HAS BEEN SAVED Anyone who has had a lot of hair then got a very close hair cut, that amazing feel of the breeze on your scalp? Imagine that for your whole body. Sheep LOOOOVE being sheared, especially in summer here in AUS. It saves them from MELTING!
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Gym, Life, and Memes: YOUR OPINION OF ME HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ME THAT IS YOUR BUSINESS, NOT MINE @MILLIONAIRE MENTOR How to stop giving a f*ck what people think? Read on… We're all guilty. Every day from the moment we wake up, we live our lives caring what other people think of us. (Don’t lie) - Living a life that follows the ideal notions of what other people think is a terrible way to live. It makes you become the spineless spectator who waits for other people to take action first. It makes you become a follower. Worst of all, it makes you become someone who doesn't take a stand for anything. - Read the following sh*t: ✔️No one really cares. Believe it or not, we're not that special. We go through our days thinking about how other people might be judging us. But the truth is… those people are thinking the exact same thing. 👀 ✔️You can’t please everyone. It's impossible to live up to everyone's expectations. There will always be people no matter what we say or how we treat them that will judge us. Whether you're at the gym, at work, taking the train, or even online playing Call of Duty. You will never be able to stop people from judging you, but you can stop it from affecting you. 😉 ✔️You reap what you sow. Worrying too much about what other people think can become a self-fulfilling prophecy, because the way we think starts to become the way we behave. (Think about it for a second.) - The world is already full of people who “obey” and follow other sheeps. But the people who don't give a F@$% are the ones that change the world. - success zerofucks success millionairementor
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Dogs, Dumb, and Fucking: WELELE ES untilstarsfall: inflagrante-delicatessen: gallusrostromegalus: 0somethingcool0: kayla-bird: surfcommiesmustdie: nevergonnawalkpastafez: surfcommiesmustdie: rose-on-the-mountain: drtanner: thischick25: tardishobo: IM LAUGIHNG HARDER THAN EVER RIGHT THIS SECOND Reblogging this again because Chris just made me realize that sheep are so stupid that I can’t even think like them: These sheep? They are actually running away from the car. They are so stupid that they’re following each other in a circle around the thing they are running from. SHEEPNADO when your group cohesion is set higher than your flee response distance. Moshpit This is actually called a sheep cyclone and it happens because sheep don’t have a hierarchy. In most herds, whichever animal is the leader will sense danger and take off running. The rest of the herd takes it’s cues from the leader and follows. Sheep, on the other hand, don’t have a leader. If the flock runs, they run, and they follow whatever fluffy tail happens to be in front of them. Usually, this works out fine for the sheep. Occasionally, however, the sheep in the front starts following the fluffy tail of the sheep in the back so the whole flock ends up running in circles, going nowhere fast. sheeps are morons lmao is this what the doggos are for @gallusrostromegalus This is, to my understanding, excactly WHY we have both herding and livestock guardian dogs.  Sheep are… really amazingly dumb most of the time.   Then, once in a while, you get one sheep that’s Entirely Too Cunning and that’s when all hell breaks loose. …that sounds like a horror story I fucking love sheep lmfao
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