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gymaaholic:

Monday, let the gains begin !
Chest or leg today ?
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gymaaholic:

Monday, let the gains begin !

Chest or leg today ?

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del-i-c4te:

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I bet it hurts to read permanence. I used to think on all of this and how you don’t. Damn it’s hard to find sustenance when all I had was love for this and now you don’t. Now I just abuse substances to drown out your accomplishments, however few. 

All of this frustrates me bad cause I can’t stay mad at you or change anything that I had. She told me don’t think like that, it’s really not that bad. I hope this makes you sad. I hope this makes you sad.

If it’s something serious then hit me up but until then the door is shut, forget my room. And if I had a match for every lie and every attempt to deny, I’d strike a few. I am the walls, the silent halls. My jacket at your sister’s wedding, navy blue. 

All of this frustrates me bad cause I can’t stay mad at you or change anything that I had. She told me don’t think like that, it’s really not that bad. I hope this makes you sad. I hope this makes you sad.

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mothernaturenetwork:

Why owls have ‘flat’ facesOwls stand out from other raptors in many ways, from their night time hunting habits to their stealthy silent flight. But one of the most distinguishing physical characteristics is that their faces seem to be flatter than those of hawks, eagles and other raptors. This is somewhat of an optical illusion on our part. Here’s why.
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mothernaturenetwork:

Why owls have ‘flat’ faces
Owls stand out from other raptors in many ways, from their night time hunting habits to their stealthy silent flight. But one of the most distinguishing physical characteristics is that their faces seem to be flatter than those of hawks, eagles and other raptors. This is somewhat of an optical illusion on our part. Here’s why.

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amselpick:

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