monkey teeth

weird movie masterpost pt. 1

House (1977) - a girl brings her friends to visit her aunt and it doesn’t go well with really beautiful special effects

Fantastic Planet (1973) - a human enslaved by aliens sets forth a revolution in this strange animated film

An Optical Poem (1938) - no plot? no problem! just some super trippy circles to classical music

Begotten (1991) - not for the faint of heart or the strong of heart proceed with caution 

Un Chien Andalou (1929) - a classic surrealist film written by one the kings of weird salvador dalì  

Les Escargots (1965) - starts out with a pretty basic plot but then takes a weird turn

Les Dents du Singe (1960) - this animated feature follows a man who sells his teeth to a corrupt dentist

Suspiria (1977) - an american at a prestigious german ballet school notices strange behavior in its staff with an awesome soundtrack


*movies with links are available on youtube

**send me recs for pt. 2 please!!!

***pt. 2 //  pt. 3 // pt. 4 // pt. 5

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Gelada baboon - Theropithecus gelada

“The face of the gelada baboon does not have the doglike shape of other baboons. The nostrils are lateral instead of terminal, as in some of the smaller monkeys. There is no bright color in the face, but on the chest are naked areas of red.”

Those teeth!

The gelada, or bleeding-heart monkey, is the only herbivorous baboon, despite their impressive teeth.

 More specifically, they’re gramnivorous, meaning that they eat primarily (90%+) grass blades. They’re ground-dwelling creatures, and only live along the cliffs of high-mountain meadows of Ethiopia, whereas almost all other old-world monkeys live in the savanna or forest. Their impressive canines belie their well-developed molars, which can grind grass, tubers, and flowers almost as well as an ungulate (about 90% the efficiency of zebra).

Album of Abyssinian Birds and Mammals. Louis Agassiz Fuertes, 1928.

When guests insist on telling you “horror stories” about the animal you’re showing them

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The Last Shadow Puppets Fm.tv Interview
“Do you think you’d be able to describe each track in like… a couple of words?

Where do you find love?

Requested by @isthereroomforbothofus|  Suggest me an Arctic Monkey’s funny moment and I may or may not draw it.

49 Random Psychology Facts/Myths
  1. Based on the total number of people tested since IQ tests were devised, women have a slightly higher average IQ than men. 
  2. Your body is virtually paralyzed during your sleep – most likely to prevent your body from acting out aspects of your dreams. 
  3. All the faces in your dream are of people you have saw throughout your life. 
  4. If a guy stands with his legs apart while with a girl means he likes her. 
  5. Chocolate and shopping are both more addictive than LSD or steroids. 
  6. Children who are breast fed display IQ’s up to 10 points higher by the age of three. 
  7. There is no such thing as multitasking. 
  8. You can only remember 3 to 4 things at a time. 
  9. Blue and red together is hard on your eyes. 
  10. There’s a disorder where you swear your mother is an impostor of your mother. 

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AMULETS IN DIFFERENT CULTURES

LAPLAND

Amulet: Brass ring

How its used: Worn on the right arm to keep ghosts away

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ASSYRIA

Amulet: God figurines

How its used: Buried near the home to protect all within

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EGYPT

Amulet: Lapis lazuli eyes

How its used: Placed in tombs to safeguard the soul’s journey

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ANCIENT ROME

Amulet: Metal rattles

How its used: Tied to children’s clothing for overall protection

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IROQUOIS

Amulet: Miniature carved canoe

Use: protection from drowning

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BORNEO

Amulet: Monkey teeth

Use: For strength and skill

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CHINA

Amulet: Peach stone

Use: general ward against evil

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SHOESHONE

Amulet: Spruce needles

Use: Keep sickness at bay

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