APPARENTLY I TAIL-GATED MY STUDENT’S DAD THIS WEEKEND AND HELLA SPED PAST THEM AND SHE RECOGNIZED ME EVEN THOUGH I WAS WEARING SHADES. She hella just called me out on it.

omfg

Sep 17th at 8AM / reblog / 3 notes
It’s weird how you can ride a camel one day and go to work the next like nothing ever happened. 

Her name is Momo-chan. Her breed is from China or Mongolia so she has a perpetual fluffy coat. She’s 16, which is equivalent to a human in her forties. She takes a break at 11am and 2pm. Camels are not as smart as dogs, but they can still learn a lot (and they smell better).

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It’s weird how you can ride a camel one day and go to work the next like nothing ever happened.

Her name is Momo-chan. Her breed is from China or Mongolia so she has a perpetual fluffy coat. She’s 16, which is equivalent to a human in her forties. She takes a break at 11am and 2pm. Camels are not as smart as dogs, but they can still learn a lot (and they smell better).

From Yonago to Kobe~

First thing we did after shoving our stuff in a coin locker was visit the station master Tama-chan!

She’s the cat who singlehandedly saved a dying private railway with her cuteness and is now promoted to be an executive member of said railway company for her hard work. She has her own train and line of merchandise.

Howeverrrrrr, the lazy one in the picture is Nitama (Tama 2.0). She’s clearly not as hardworking as her predecessor.

meopat:

I travel great distances to see a cat in a hat. #wakayama #still #catstationmaster #駅長

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meopat:

I travel great distances to see a cat in a hat. #wakayama #still #catstationmaster #駅長

Sep 14th at 8PM / via: meopat / op: meopat / reblog / 10 notes