neverlaur:

neverlaur:

bowlingforwhoop:

neverlaur:

So my Dad and brother took separate cars to dinner tonight, and this happened.

they look like they are arguing about who is going to go home and change

Oh, they were.
Jake: You’ve got to be kidding meDad: You SAW me walk through the kitchen on my way to pick up your sister!Jake: No seriously do you have an extra shirt in your car this is ridiculous

Oh my god they’re gonna kill me they didn’t want to even walk into the restaurant together let alone have this many people reblog this photo

neverlaur:

neverlaur:

bowlingforwhoop:

neverlaur:

So my Dad and brother took separate cars to dinner tonight, and this happened.

they look like they are arguing about who is going to go home and change

Oh, they were.

Jake: You’ve got to be kidding me
Dad: You SAW me walk through the kitchen on my way to pick up your sister!
Jake: No seriously do you have an extra shirt in your car this is ridiculous

Oh my god they’re gonna kill me they didn’t want to even walk into the restaurant together let alone have this many people reblog this photo

sixpenceee:

zooanthropy:

sixpenceee:

MANGBETU TRIBE AND SKULL ELONGATION
Here’s something intense.
The Mangbetu tribe elongated their skulls. The custom is called Lipombo. It was a status and beauty symbol but the Belgian government soon outlawed it. 
They managed to achieve this by wrapping the heads of newborns tightly with cloth to give them a streamlined look. 
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that has to be painful.

It kind of reminds me of the foot binding in China. The world had (still has) some intense standards of beauty 
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sixpenceee:

zooanthropy:

sixpenceee:

MANGBETU TRIBE AND SKULL ELONGATION
Here’s something intense.
The Mangbetu tribe elongated their skulls. The custom is called Lipombo. It was a status and beauty symbol but the Belgian government soon outlawed it. 
They managed to achieve this by wrapping the heads of newborns tightly with cloth to give them a streamlined look. 
MORE INFORMATION

that has to be painful.

It kind of reminds me of the foot binding in China. The world had (still has) some intense standards of beauty 
Zoom Info

sixpenceee:

zooanthropy:

sixpenceee:

MANGBETU TRIBE AND SKULL ELONGATION

Here’s something intense.

The Mangbetu tribe elongated their skulls. The custom is called Lipombo. It was a status and beauty symbol but the Belgian government soon outlawed it. 

They managed to achieve this by wrapping the heads of newborns tightly with cloth to give them a streamlined look. 

MORE INFORMATION

that has to be painful.

It kind of reminds me of the foot binding in China. The world had (still has) some intense standards of beauty