17 Red Pandas To Get You Through Finals

17 Red Pandas To Get You Through Finals

Literally just pictures of the cutest animals on the planet.

Here are some floofs to get you through finals.

1. "Mommmmmmm put me down!!!"

2. When your paper only has to be four pages, not six.

3. Boop.

4. "There's only room for one of us in this one-panda campus."

5. A good friend is always here to lend a hand. Or...paw.

6. Yawwwwwn.


8. "Hold please. My ear itches."

9. Winter is coming.

10. "Am I cute yet?"

11. "I'm fabulous."

12. "Your face is my favorite of all the faces, and so I must kiss it."

13. "I see you procrastinating."

14. Nomnomnom.

15. "Maybe I can hide in here until the end of the semester..."

16. "College is a series of naps strung together. Some are just longer than others."


Bonus: some videos

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30 Bee Puns To Get You Through The Day

These puns are as sweet as honey.

There are few things in life that make me happier (and/or make me want to bury my face in my hands and groan loudly) than a well timed pun. This goes double if the pun involves some my favorite insects — bees. There's nothing quite as satisfying as uttering a bee pun when no one expects it, so here is a list of the top 30 bee puns around!

Use these puns to make your grandparents laugh, impress your date, spice up your Tinder profile, make friends with a beekeeper, break the ice at your new job or make everyone in the general vicinity wish they hadn't invited you to come hang out with them. You won't bee-lieve how many of these puns you'll be pollen for! You'll bee-come an instant hit at parties! You'll bee sure to thank me later.

1. "When a bee is in your hand, what's in your eye? Beauty. Because beauty is in the eye of the bee-holder."

2. "Bee puns really sting.

3. "Who's a bee's favorite singer? Bee-yoncé."

4. "What's a happy bumblebee's blood type? Bee positive!"

5. "Bee puns aren't that great. I don't get what all the buzz is about."

6. "Wasp are you talking about?"

7. "Naughty bee children really need to beehive."

8. "What kind of bees drop things? Fumble bees!"

9. "A bee's favorite haircut is a buzz cut!"

10. "What do you call a bee that's a sore loser? A cry bay-bee!"

11. "What's a bee's favorite flower? Bee-gonias!"

12. "Why do bees get married? Because they found their honey!"

13. "That bee is talking too quietly, it must be a mumble-bee!"

14. "Bee children take the school buzz to get to school."

15. "A bee's favorite sport is rug-bee."

16. "The bees went on strike because they wanted more honey and less working flowers."

17. "On the first day of class, bee students are given a sylla-buzz."

18. "What did one bee say to the other when they landed on the same flower? Buzz off."

19. "Who's a bee's favorite painter? Pablo Bee-casso!"

20. "A bee styles their hair with a honeycomb."

21. "When a bee writes a sonnet, they're waxing poetic."

22. "The worker bee decided to take a vacation to Stingapore last year."

23. "A bee that's been put under a spell has been bee-witched!"

24. "Say, these bee puns aren't too shab-bee."

25. "That pretentious wasp is just plain snob-bee!"

26. "Why did the bee want to use the phone? To say hi to their honey."

27. "A bee's favorite novel is the Great Gats-bee."

28. "What's a bee's favorite Spice Girls song? Wanna-bee!"

29. "What do bees like with their sushi? Wasa-bee!"

30. "Remember, bee puns are good for your health, they give you a dose of Vitamin Bee!"

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Wildflowers To Look Out For In Michigan

Notable flowers common in the Mitten State.

1. Arrowhead

Latin name: Sagittaria latifolia

Also known as the Broadleaf Arrowhead, this wildflower is found in wetland habitats or marsh-like soil. Look out for three wide white petals and a bristly yellow flower, about three feet tall on a tubular stem. The Arrowhead is a perennial, meaning, it regrows every spring, year after year, from the same persisting roots. It blooms late-spring and throughout summer.

2. Wild Columbine

Latin name: Aquilegia canadensis

This beautiful bell-shaped flower with bulbish nectar tips grows in deciduous, woodland areas, but look out for the striking red petals and dangling yellow seeds contrasting among clearings and river banks. Among its pollinators are hummingbirds, butterflies, and hawk moths. It flowers May through June.

3. Baneberry

Latin name: Actaea pachypoda

The Baneberry, also known as Doll's Eyes, is a poisonous native perennial sprouting 1 to 3 feet tall. The wildflower typically blooms from April to June and is found in shady deciduous wood or wetlands. The tiny flower clusters and bud at the very tip of the stem, and are a perfect home for caterpillars and other tiny creatures.

4. Dwarf Lake Iris

Latin name: Iris lacustris

This droopy, delicate flower is a threatened species located only in Great Lakes regions. You'll have to look close to the ground as this plant grows only 6 to 8 inches tall and flourishes in low, boggy spots only in May. The sword-like light green leaves cluster around the petal, usually a purply blue with a yellow nucleus surrounded by white. It is Michigan's official wildflower!

5. Indian-pipe

Latin name: Monotropa uniflora

Known to many as the Ghost Flower, the white tendrils lurk among the forest floor, only up to 6 inches tall, relying on the soil for nutrients rather than the sun. After the plant is pollinated, it blackens and straightens, almost looking as if it was set on fire (where it may sometimes be called the Corpse Plant). Indian-pipe can flower anytime from the beginning of Summer to early fall.

6. Lily

Latin name: Lilium michiganense

The Michigan Lily blooms from early to midsummer, needing a sunny location to flourish. It can be found in wet meadows or near roadsides, as well as prairies, woodlands, and thickets. It is one of the most beloved native perennials, as its blooming period lasts only about a month, and it is one of the only orange Michigan wildflowers. The flower hangs like an ornament until it's ready to open up, showing the beautiful petal markings and pink seeds.

7. Trillium

Latin name: Trillium grandiflorum

Trillium can be found in moist forested areas. The perennials can reach anywhere from 8 to 18 inches, and sprout a single three-petaled flower that pinkens with age. It is usually found in a large colony and they begin to blossom in late spring to summer. It is a spring ephemeral, meaning it lives a short life cycle before it dies back to its underground roots.

8. Myrtle

Latin name: Vinca minor

Commonly known as Periwinkle, the common wildflower covers the terrain with dark green shiny leaves, and a simple five-petaled purple-blue flower growing between 2 and 4 inches. Introduced from Europe, the non-native perennial now dwells and borders many Michigan forests. To many, it is merely a weed, but to others, it makes a nice groundcover in the shade.

9. Lily of the Valley

Latin name: Convallaria majalis

Though regarded as beautiful and mythical, Lily of the Valley is both an invasive and poisonous wildflower. The perennial plant thrives in shaded, cool settings and spreads fairly quickly, which can make it more of a nuisance than a woodland virtue. Find these tiny bell-shaped flowers sheltered with big oval leaves beginning to bloom in May.

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