and in a shocking twist of events mac miller actually looks cute for once?

and in a shocking twist of events mac miller actually looks cute for once?

(Source: cometohonolulu)

popchartlab:

We don’t know about the statistical accuracy of this graph, but it sure looks good.

popchartlab:

We don’t know about the statistical accuracy of this graph, but it sure looks good.

archiemcphee:

Here’s an awesomely unusual x-ray that comes with a happy ending:
Have you ever seen a hedgehog balloon? This unfortunate wild hedgehog (don’t worry, he’s now on the mend and feeling much better) was found in Bude, Cornwall, England inflated to twice his normal size due to a rarely-seen case of “Balloon Syndrome”. Otherwise known as Subcutaneous Emphysema, this condition occurs when bacteria infects a wound and produces gas that gets trapped beneath the skin. It sounds as unpleasant as it looks.
Fortunately a concerned citizen took the swollen little guy to Locke and Preston Vets where Veterinary surgeon Adam Revitt used an x-ray to help diagnose him and then a syringe to gently deflate him:

“It took around five minutes to drain all the air out fully. The hedgehog looked instantly brighter,” Mr Revitt said.
“He was trying to move around and he was tucking into his food.”
The animal was given pain relief and antibiotics and is now being cared for by Sue Gear, a receptionist at the surgery who also runs her own animal shelter. She said: “The hedgehog is with me and is doing absolutely fine. He is putting on weight. I want to release him back where he came from in the next week or so.”

Good luck little hedgehog!
[via TYWKIWDBI and This is Cornwall]

archiemcphee:

Here’s an awesomely unusual x-ray that comes with a happy ending:

Have you ever seen a hedgehog balloon? This unfortunate wild hedgehog (don’t worry, he’s now on the mend and feeling much better) was found in Bude, Cornwall, England inflated to twice his normal size due to a rarely-seen case of “Balloon Syndrome”. Otherwise known as Subcutaneous Emphysema, this condition occurs when bacteria infects a wound and produces gas that gets trapped beneath the skin. It sounds as unpleasant as it looks.

Fortunately a concerned citizen took the swollen little guy to Locke and Preston Vets where Veterinary surgeon Adam Revitt used an x-ray to help diagnose him and then a syringe to gently deflate him:

“It took around five minutes to drain all the air out fully. The hedgehog looked instantly brighter,” Mr Revitt said.

“He was trying to move around and he was tucking into his food.”

The animal was given pain relief and antibiotics and is now being cared for by Sue Gear, a receptionist at the surgery who also runs her own animal shelter. She said: “The hedgehog is with me and is doing absolutely fine. He is putting on weight. I want to release him back where he came from in the next week or so.”

Good luck little hedgehog!

[via TYWKIWDBI and This is Cornwall]

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