He is cute as shit
Kids React To: The sudden realization of their own mortality
I literally remember doing this as a kid
^ cried myself to sleep for like 3 months after I figured out id die at some point.
I’m so glad I’m not the only one who did this when I was a kid. some days I would just think about the fact that I’m gonna die and I would bawl forever
do most people do this? I never did this. I was always just kind of aware of death and unafraid of it as a kid.
Wait…is this really a normal thing? Like maybe it’s because I grew up in farm country and spent a lot of my childhood hunting and fishing but for me and pretty much every other kid I knew death was just a normal part of things. No need to explain, no need to fret, it’s just something that happens.
yamneko said: can you get one of those chair things installed?
Good suggestion but unfortunately that really isn’t an option as I live with my mother and aunt in my aunts house which she plans to sell within the next year or two.
I wanna see who else is in the same boat as me.
Indigenous North American (Cherokee) and European (Scottish/German/Polish) here. Technically I’m Romani as well but I generally don’t claim it because I have no real connection to the culture.
This is a question for other people with Patellofemoral pain syndrome, specifically advanced Patellar tracking disorder. I recently moved into a house where my bedroom is upstairs and stairs happen to be one of my biggest enemies. I have been trying to limit my trips up and down over the course of any given day but I still end up making more than I would like. Today it all really caught up to me and I was having some serious pain and mobility in my “bad” knee which caused me to have to put undue pressure on my “good” knee, which still has PTD just not as badly. Of course both knees ended up in poor shape by the end of the day. I do daily psychical therapy and wear a brace when things start to ache but I was wondering if there is anyone out there who can give me some tips of having to deal with stair hell. I was also wondering if anyone has found a cane to be useful for days with poor mobility or when your knee is threatening to fall out from underneath you. Any tips are totally welcome.
foods dangerous to dogs:
- raw bread dough
- grapes and raisins
- onions and garlic
- macadamia nuts
- raw salmon
- xylitol (artificial sweeteners)
if you have a dog please reblog this
You don’t need to have a dog, everyone just reblog this maybe ok yes
Sooo many things have onion and garlic as flavoring.
Funny enough, I’m a leo and that’s pretty spot on for my eye shape!
I am not a nice person. Never mistake me for a nice person. I am warm, I am kind, I am loving, I am giving. I am not nice. What I am, is downright viscous. Push me too far, hurt people I love, bully and allow me to find out about it, nice will be the last word on your mind when you think about me. I will gladly use my elegantly manicured claws to rip you open, my gleaming teeth to tear your throat out, and my sweet, soft little lips to spit lines of vitriol that will melt you where you stand and haunt your insecurities for the rest of your life. Then afterwards? Afterwards I will smile, hold my head up, and wipe every trace of you from my mind. I protect myself, I protect those I love, and I protect people who really need it. I am a caring person, but I am not nice.
"Viscous"….. what an unfortunate typo
Ah, isn’t autocorrect beautiful? Thanks for pointing that out!
I am not a nice person. Never mistake me for a nice person. I am warm, I am kind, I am loving, I am giving. I am not nice. What I am, is downright vicious. Push me too far, hurt people I love, bully and allow me to find out about it, nice will be the last word on your mind when you think about me. I will gladly use my elegantly manicured claws to rip you open, my gleaming teeth to tear your throat out, and my sweet, soft little lips to spit lines of vitriol that will melt you where you stand and haunt your insecurities for the rest of your life. Then afterwards? Afterwards I will smile, hold my head up, and wipe every trace of you from my mind. I protect myself, I protect those I love, and I protect people who really need it. I am a caring person, but I am not nice.
It is a creature in American folklore, variously described as some kind of fearsome variation on a cougar.
In terms of appearance, sources say:
- It is commonly described as being bipedal.
- A body covered in short fur that resembles half-mountain lion, and half-woman.
- Yellow, glowing eyes (sometimes described as hypnotic).
- It emits a powerful and nauseous odour.
- A metre and a half tall (on four legs).
- Cries out sinister screams and howls.
- Very sharp teeth.
The wampus cat is often compared to the “Ewah” of Cherokee mythology, in that it was a woman who disguised herself in the skin of a cougar to spy on the men of the tribe, as they sat around the campfire with their wolf brothers, and told sacred stories on a hunting trip. When the woman was discovered, the tribe’s medicine man punished her by transforming her into a half-woman, half-cat, to forever doomed to roam the Earth. It supposedly still haunts the forests of East Tennessee.
Legends state the Wampus cat is the spirit of death and when its cry is heard that means someone is going to die and be buried within the next three days. It is also believed that the Wampus cat is aggressive and attacks humans, as well as feasting on their flesh.
Anonymous said: Toss the feather because it's against the Migratory Bird Act of 1918 to be in possession of any part of a migratory bird included in the list of protected birds. It's likely an American crow feather, and that species is on the list. It's unfortunate but true...
I know about the migratory bird act and it’s not a feather from a migratory bird. It’s a feather from a peahen, exactly like I said. I picked it up at the boarding ranch where we keep our horses where there is a peahen. For one if it was from a crow said crow would have to like the biggest crow in history seeing as the feather is like 12 inches long. Also the feather is brown just as is shown in the picture. I appreciate the concern and all but there is really no way to mix up a peahen feather and the feather from any sort of corvid in the U.S.