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33 Teeny Weeny Tattoos Even Your Mom Will Be OK With | Huffington Post

33 Teeny Weeny Tattoos Even Your Mom Will Be OK With

Bonobos are not ordinary animals, mammals, primates, or monkeys! Bonobo is our closest cousin.DNA similarities between man and the Bonobo primates is an incredible 99.5%.Yes, just so, almost the same. Bonobo is more like a man and closer to a gorilla. And just one more thing, do not mix Bonobos and Chimpanzees, as many people do in the dark.Bonobos need only hair, to be homonides.

Bonobo monkeys - playing airplane I guess all of God's children like to play airplane!

Such an incredible room, love the airplane theme, how it isn't cheesy or childish. A kid's room needs to grow with him/her!

Thrifty Decor Chick: A big boy room- Planes. Plan on using similar ideas for Mason's big boy nautical room.

P-47 Thunderbolt, the Cadillac of WW II fighters. Big, powerful, armored, and armed to the teeth. Once they got the paddle bladed propellers, P-47s became deadly dog fighters as well as amazing ground support planes.

Thunderbolt Powered by an air cooled Pratt Whitney radial engine, armed with eight caliber machine guns, with a sturdy air frame that survive hitting steel flag poles and still safely land

airplane engines would be so cool to learn

The aircraft that will transport Alicia to the end of her search.

Fly an SR-71 Blackbird in the most realistic Flight Simulator ever! http://www.proflightsimulator.com/cb?cb=gmarquez67

Air to air view from a tanker of a Strategic Reconnaissance Wing’s Blackbird reconnaissance aircraft on a mission out of its home base, Beale Air Force Base, California. Exact location, date.

Grace Slick of Jefferson Airplane for Eye magazine, San Francisco 1968

American singer and songwriter Grace Slick is best know as one of the lead singers of Jefferson Airplane and for her work as a solo artist. She poses in her girl scout vest for Eye magazine, San Francisco, January 1968