HUVr introduces the new hoverboard to be released in December 2014 [x]
THIS IS NOT A TEST!!! REPEAT THE FUTURE IS NOW!!!
this has to be fake, in the video the guy propels himself by kicking his foot out in the air, thats not going to push you
It’s fake, look at the back of their necks.
The sheep had drowned while trying to cross a small canal in the meadow-swamp ‘Tøndermasken’ in southern Jylland in Denmark. Birds had eaten every part above the surface and everything under was left totally untouched. from the National Geographic Photo Contest 2012.
Lazy birds not wanting to get wet
My husband has a great love of foxes and constantly proclaims them as his favorite animal. I made this for him as a Valentine’s present. He’s the one who first told me about the kitsune of Japanese folklore and Shinto religion. The kitsune were fox spirits in the service of the Goddess of Inari. It was believed their wisdom and magical ability only increased with age, as signified by their number of tails which range from one to nine. One of the most common of magical abilities is the power to take human form. It was common for the kitsune to take the form of beautiful women in order to play tricks on wayward travelers or terrorize wicked men. It was also said that if you experience a rain shower without a cloud in the sky, you are actually in the presence of a kitsune wedding.
The image of a kitsune fox-maiden falling in love with a mortal and choosing to give up her mortality as her fox-sisters help her prepare for the ceremony suddenly came to me, in a story similar to the tales of the selkies of Scottish folklore.