dagfella:

mymomcantfindthisblog:

dagfella:

im gonna shove this car into a locker

Do it. I dare you. Then, when you’re fast asleep in your bed, dreaming sweet dreams of cotton candy unicorns, they will come.
The fandoms will come for you.

ok

dagfella:

mymomcantfindthisblog:

dagfella:

im gonna shove this car into a locker

Do it. I dare you. Then, when you’re fast asleep in your bed, dreaming sweet dreams of cotton candy unicorns, they will come.

The fandoms will come for you.

ok

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@1 week ago with 80227 notes
eden-moon:

norhacane:

eden-moon:

norhacane:

eden-moon:

norhacane:

There’s no wolf in these animals, it’s impossible. Please do not tag it like such. This leads to misinterpretation that kills people’s pets.

Actually, these are wolf-dog hybrids. So I will tag it as such. There is no misinterpretation. The breeder, Sean Green, in fact commented on those pictures, “Malamute with a touch of husky to breed in the blue eyes. The wolf side is in the high ninety percentile.” This is also not to say I support the breeding of wolves/dogs, I just posted the pictures because the animals happen to be beautiful. 

It’s genetically impossible to, “breed in blue eyes” unless the dogs are a very low content wolfdog.Think of eye color like a food chain. Blue eyes are at the bottom, which means all the wolf eye colors will be displayed instead of dog blue eyes. This means these puppies are nowhere near, “90%” (percentages are rarely used by knowledgeable or ethical breeders/sanctuaries). Of course they are born with blue eyes, but it should change with age.Wolf/wolfdog puppies at this age would barely be showing their markings, and still very dark colors as all types of wolves are born dark colored.I assure you, the so called wolfdog breeder (who actually lies to get money), is the one in the wrong here.

So if dogs are subspecies of wolf, doesn’t that destroy your argument of there being “no wolf in those dogs”? But I’ll remember to put “trigger warnings” next time I tag something on a picture I post. If you have an issue with the tag, complain to the person who took the picture and supplied the information. Because I don’t see why you should care in the slightest.

What a strawman argument there, they are different types of canius lupis, but are too closely related to be considered a hybrid when bred.No, I’m not going to walk away. This kind of dismissive behavior towards this issue causes other people to kill people’s pets. Instead of contributing to misinformation that kills people’s beloved pets, maybe you should help out and remove the tag. It’s not that hard to help out people with dogs like huskies and malamutes or other kinds of breeds or mixes that look like a wolf to the average person from being targeted for having, “wolfdogs” .If taken away, misphenotyped, “wolfdogs,” are often instantly killed because they’re considered wild animals.If they were to bite someone, authorities would argue there’s no rabies vaccine for wolfdogs. This means instantly being put down in that case as well.And do you really think a breeder that is probably making thousands off of fake wolfdogs is going to want to stop over moral issues?No, they’re not. You have to the one to put a stop to some of this issue by realizing you are contributing to a huge problem.I’m just trying to get my point across in a way that is strong, not mean. I never mean to attack or belittle anyone.(Note: I have nothing against responsible breeders)

I don’t think tagging a picture is killing anyone. You can continue being asshurt over a simple tumblr tag, but leave my posts out of it. I don’t kill anyone’s dogs and I highly doubt that anyone’s going to look at my blog and be like “oh man better go a kill a dog”.
Not: I’m not responsible for an idiot’s actions.
Calm the fuck down and leave my blog out of it.

I’m not accusing you of killing animals. I’m not freaking insane, jesus christ. I’m not angry, I’m trying to convince you to change a single little tag because it causes issues to real people.No, no one if going to do that. I never said that, please do not twist my words. Tagging a picture of a dog, “wolf”, then it goes viral which means lots of people see it, think it’s a wolf, then the idea spreads, then the problems start because of some image that went viral and spread lots of misinformation.Do you see what I mean my how this is affecting people and their pets negatively? I never meant to accuse you of directly killing animals, I’m sorry if I did.

eden-moon:

norhacane:

eden-moon:

norhacane:

eden-moon:

norhacane:

There’s no wolf in these animals, it’s impossible. Please do not tag it like such. This leads to misinterpretation that kills people’s pets.

Actually, these are wolf-dog hybrids. So I will tag it as such. There is no misinterpretation. The breeder, Sean Green, in fact commented on those pictures, “Malamute with a touch of husky to breed in the blue eyes. The wolf side is in the high ninety percentile.” This is also not to say I support the breeding of wolves/dogs, I just posted the pictures because the animals happen to be beautiful. 

It’s genetically impossible to, “breed in blue eyes” unless the dogs are a very low content wolfdog.

Think of eye color like a food chain.
Blue eyes are at the bottom, which means all the wolf eye colors will be displayed instead of dog blue eyes.
This means these puppies are nowhere near, “90%” (percentages are rarely used by knowledgeable or ethical breeders/sanctuaries).
Of course they are born with blue eyes, but it should change with age.

Wolf/wolfdog puppies at this age would barely be showing their markings, and still very dark colors as all types of wolves are born dark colored.

I assure you, the so called wolfdog breeder (who actually lies to get money), is the one in the wrong here.

So if dogs are subspecies of wolf, doesn’t that destroy your argument of there being “no wolf in those dogs”? But I’ll remember to put “trigger warnings” next time I tag something on a picture I post. If you have an issue with the tag, complain to the person who took the picture and supplied the information. Because I don’t see why you should care in the slightest.

What a strawman argument there, they are different types of canius lupis, but are too closely related to be considered a hybrid when bred.

No, I’m not going to walk away. This kind of dismissive behavior towards this issue causes other people to kill people’s pets. Instead of contributing to misinformation that kills people’s beloved pets, maybe you should help out and remove the tag.
It’s not that hard to help out people with dogs like huskies and malamutes or other kinds of breeds or mixes that look like a wolf to the average person from being targeted for having, “wolfdogs” .

If taken away, misphenotyped, “wolfdogs,” are often instantly killed because they’re considered wild animals.
If they were to bite someone, authorities would argue there’s no rabies vaccine for wolfdogs. This means instantly being put down in that case as well.

And do you really think a breeder that is probably making thousands off of fake wolfdogs is going to want to stop over moral issues?
No, they’re not.

You have to the one to put a stop to some of this issue by realizing you are contributing to a huge problem.

I’m just trying to get my point across in a way that is strong, not mean. I never mean to attack or belittle anyone.

(Note: I have nothing against responsible breeders)

I don’t think tagging a picture is killing anyone. You can continue being asshurt over a simple tumblr tag, but leave my posts out of it. I don’t kill anyone’s dogs and I highly doubt that anyone’s going to look at my blog and be like “oh man better go a kill a dog”.

Not: I’m not responsible for an idiot’s actions.

Calm the fuck down and leave my blog out of it.

I’m not accusing you of killing animals. I’m not freaking insane, jesus christ. I’m not angry, I’m trying to convince you to change a single little tag because it causes issues to real people.

No, no one if going to do that. I never said that, please do not twist my words.
Tagging a picture of a dog, “wolf”, then it goes viral which means lots of people see it, think it’s a wolf, then the idea spreads, then the problems start because of some image that went viral and spread lots of misinformation.

Do you see what I mean my how this is affecting people and their pets negatively? 

I never meant to accuse you of directly killing animals, I’m sorry if I did.

(Source: Flickr / greensh)

@1 week ago with 61 notes
telandielkalen:

norhacane:

a-common-rarity:

Follow me, lovelies ➳ A-Common-Rarity 

There’s no wolf in this animal. Please do not tag it like such. This leads to misinterpretation that kills people’s pets.

I know it does lead to misinterpretation, but in the show Game of Thrones, this animal is actually considered a Dire Wolf. 
This dog is an actor. That girl is an actor. (Arya Stark)
This dog plays the role of Nymeria.


I will note that since I did not and have not watched GoT. I’ve been considering it though, do you recommend it? I’m just getting up to date on Legend of Korra (the more I watch it the more cheesy anime it looks… help).But yes, thanks for letting me know!

telandielkalen:

norhacane:

a-common-rarity:

Follow me, lovelies ➳ A-Common-Rarity 

There’s no wolf in this animal. Please do not tag it like such. This leads to misinterpretation that kills people’s pets.

I know it does lead to misinterpretation, but in the show Game of Thrones, this animal is actually considered a Dire Wolf

This dog is an actor. That girl is an actor. (Arya Stark)

This dog plays the role of Nymeria.


I will note that since I did not and have not watched GoT. I’ve been considering it though, do you recommend it? I’m just getting up to date on Legend of Korra (the more I watch it the more cheesy anime it looks… help).

But yes, thanks for letting me know!

@1 week ago with 15 notes
#I'm well aware acting is a thing #GoT #I'm glad it's not a real wolfdog in movies because then that'd be interaction with wild animals #well movies and shows #and stuff 

Anonymous said: There are no wolves presented in Teen Wolf. Please do not title it like such. They are not "wolves." They are teenage boys that transform into wolf-like animals. This leads to misinterpretation that kills people’s pets and teenage boys.

I’ve watched and am up to date on Teen wolf. I’m pretty sure if I had reblogged a wolf in an episode of Teen wolf I’d know, but all people make mistakes.

But actually that’s pretty funny, might make a good fanfiction plot line ;D

@1 week ago
deadeyemovie:

norhacane:

norhacane:

There’s no wolf in this animal. Please do not tag it like such. This leads to misinterpretation that kills people’s pets.

You reblog but no text? What a whimpy move, maybe instead of hiding you can actually put it somewhere I can see without checking.
#mass murder#cry me a river#wolf#oversensitiveI am allowed to be irritated that you are contributing the number of innocent non wolfdogs killed by ignorant people.If you want to be a sarcastic, take it to some place where someone cares.

You clearly don’t care.

Congrats on stating the obvious.

deadeyemovie:

norhacane:

norhacane:

There’s no wolf in this animal. Please do not tag it like such. This leads to misinterpretation that kills people’s pets.

You reblog but no text? What a whimpy move, maybe instead of hiding you can actually put it somewhere I can see without checking.


#mass murder
#cry me a river
#wolf
#oversensitive

I am allowed to be irritated that you are contributing the number of innocent non wolfdogs killed by ignorant people.

If you want to be a sarcastic, take it to some place where someone cares.

You clearly don’t care.

Congrats on stating the obvious.

@1 week ago with 8 notes
#sarcasm 

GoFundMe bans all content “relating to” abortion — leaves antiabortion campaigns active 

yungmethuselah:

Fuck them, for real. Nobody with half a conscience should be using them anymore, not after this, not after their Darren Wilson bullshit.

Do not use GoFundMe.

(Source: seriouslyamerica, via synesthesia87)

@1 week ago with 9208 notes

Gamer sex tip #38

aybrotato:

asaridancer:

If you want your boyfriend to fuck you harder, just shout “FULL SAIL. SHE CAN TAKE IT.”

@1 week ago with 2855 notes
republiphant:

norhacane:

eden-moon:

norhacane:

eden-moon:

norhacane:

There’s no wolf in these animals, it’s impossible. Please do not tag it like such. This leads to misinterpretation that kills people’s pets.

Actually, these are wolf-dog hybrids. So I will tag it as such. There is no misinterpretation. The breeder, Sean Green, in fact commented on those pictures, “Malamute with a touch of husky to breed in the blue eyes. The wolf side is in the high ninety percentile.” This is also not to say I support the breeding of wolves/dogs, I just posted the pictures because the animals happen to be beautiful. 

It’s genetically impossible to, “breed in blue eyes” unless the dogs are a very low content wolfdog.Think of eye color like a food chain. Blue eyes are at the bottom, which means all the wolf eye colors will be displayed instead of dog blue eyes. This means these puppies are nowhere near, “90%” (percentages are rarely used by knowledgeable or ethical breeders/sanctuaries). Of course they are born with blue eyes, but it should change with age.Wolf/wolfdog puppies at this age would barely be showing their markings, and still very dark colors as all types of wolves are born dark colored.I assure you, the so called wolfdog breeder (who actually lies to get money), is the one in the wrong here.

So if dogs are subspecies of wolf, doesn’t that destroy your argument of there being “no wolf in those dogs”? But I’ll remember to put “trigger warnings” next time I tag something on a picture I post. If you have an issue with the tag, complain to the person who took the picture and supplied the information. Because I don’t see why you should care in the slightest.

What a strawman argument there, they are different types of canius lupis, but are too closely related to be considered a hybrid when bred.No, I’m not going to walk away. This kind of dismissive behavior towards this issue causes other people to kill people’s pets. Instead of contributing to misinformation that kills people’s beloved pets, maybe you should help out and remove the tag. It’s not that hard to help out people with dogs like huskies and malamutes or other kinds of breeds or mixes that look like a wolf to the average person from being targeted for having, “wolfdogs” .If taken away, misphenotyped, “wolfdogs,” are often instantly killed because they’re considered wild animals.If they were to bite someone, authorities would argue there’s no rabies vaccine for wolfdogs. This means instantly being put down in that case as well.And do you really think a breeder that is probably making thousands off of fake wolfdogs is going to want to stop over moral issues?No, they’re not. You have to the one to put a stop to some of this issue by realizing you are contributing to a huge problem.I’m just trying to get my point across in a way that is strong, not mean. I never mean to attack or belittle anyone.(Note: I have nothing against responsible breeders)

Dude, calm the fuck down. No one is going to kill anyone’s pet because of a tag. See a therapist.

Who ever said I was irrationally upset?On a social media, ideas spread fast. When you have a tag like that, it can become harmful if something goes viral. People are shooting purebred malamutes and huskies thinking they’re wolfdogs, isn’t that enough reason to be seeking to educate others?I assure you, other than problems with depression I have no mental issues. Not everyone who disagrees with you has a mental issue, so please refrain from attacking me.

republiphant:

norhacane:

eden-moon:

norhacane:

eden-moon:

norhacane:

There’s no wolf in these animals, it’s impossible. Please do not tag it like such. This leads to misinterpretation that kills people’s pets.

Actually, these are wolf-dog hybrids. So I will tag it as such. There is no misinterpretation. The breeder, Sean Green, in fact commented on those pictures, “Malamute with a touch of husky to breed in the blue eyes. The wolf side is in the high ninety percentile.” This is also not to say I support the breeding of wolves/dogs, I just posted the pictures because the animals happen to be beautiful. 

It’s genetically impossible to, “breed in blue eyes” unless the dogs are a very low content wolfdog.

Think of eye color like a food chain.
Blue eyes are at the bottom, which means all the wolf eye colors will be displayed instead of dog blue eyes.
This means these puppies are nowhere near, “90%” (percentages are rarely used by knowledgeable or ethical breeders/sanctuaries).
Of course they are born with blue eyes, but it should change with age.

Wolf/wolfdog puppies at this age would barely be showing their markings, and still very dark colors as all types of wolves are born dark colored.

I assure you, the so called wolfdog breeder (who actually lies to get money), is the one in the wrong here.

So if dogs are subspecies of wolf, doesn’t that destroy your argument of there being “no wolf in those dogs”? But I’ll remember to put “trigger warnings” next time I tag something on a picture I post. If you have an issue with the tag, complain to the person who took the picture and supplied the information. Because I don’t see why you should care in the slightest.

What a strawman argument there, they are different types of canius lupis, but are too closely related to be considered a hybrid when bred.

No, I’m not going to walk away. This kind of dismissive behavior towards this issue causes other people to kill people’s pets. Instead of contributing to misinformation that kills people’s beloved pets, maybe you should help out and remove the tag.
It’s not that hard to help out people with dogs like huskies and malamutes or other kinds of breeds or mixes that look like a wolf to the average person from being targeted for having, “wolfdogs” .

If taken away, misphenotyped, “wolfdogs,” are often instantly killed because they’re considered wild animals.
If they were to bite someone, authorities would argue there’s no rabies vaccine for wolfdogs. This means instantly being put down in that case as well.

And do you really think a breeder that is probably making thousands off of fake wolfdogs is going to want to stop over moral issues?
No, they’re not.

You have to the one to put a stop to some of this issue by realizing you are contributing to a huge problem.

I’m just trying to get my point across in a way that is strong, not mean. I never mean to attack or belittle anyone.

(Note: I have nothing against responsible breeders)

Dude, calm the fuck down. No one is going to kill anyone’s pet because of a tag. See a therapist.

Who ever said I was irrationally upset?
On a social media, ideas spread fast. When you have a tag like that, it can become harmful if something goes viral.
People are shooting purebred malamutes and huskies thinking they’re wolfdogs, isn’t that enough reason to be seeking to educate others?

I assure you, other than problems with depression I have no mental issues. Not everyone who disagrees with you has a mental issue, so please refrain from attacking me.

(Source: Flickr / greensh)

@1 week ago with 61 notes

Anonymous said: do you realize that you reblogged gifs and pictures from shows and movies? where dogs that have wolf-like features are portraying wolves and are mostly CGI?

Which shows and which gifs? I am only familiar with TW, I am not familiar with ones like Game of Thrones and such. Please kindly let me know, so I can not err again. :)

@1 week ago
edwardspoonhands:

popemorose:

hornyteen1936:

the baby boomer culture: how an entire generation literally will not shut up about young people doing things they enjoy

The Divorce Culture: how an entire generation couldn’t keep it together, and forgot how to not project their insecurities onto children.

The “I Am No Longer Young” Culture: How your generation will be doing this to the generations behind you in a mere 15 years. 

edwardspoonhands:

popemorose:

hornyteen1936:

the baby boomer culture: how an entire generation literally will not shut up about young people doing things they enjoy

The Divorce Culture: how an entire generation couldn’t keep it together, and forgot how to not project their insecurities onto children.

The “I Am No Longer Young” Culture: How your generation will be doing this to the generations behind you in a mere 15 years. 

(Source: yvngpharrell)

@1 week ago with 190218 notes

some believe that before the universe, there was nothing. they’re wrong. there was darkness… and it has survived.

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@1 week ago with 1690 notes
guidedogintraining:

Who’s a perfect puppy??
Stella.

guidedogintraining:

Who’s a perfect puppy??

Stella.

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@1 week ago with 1254 notes