I’m really worried I might have to give Jackson away to a home that can afford to help him. His sludge has come back with a vengeance, this morning I found a large spot of sheer powdery calcium in his litterbox, and root beer-brown urine drops on the wall. I don’t know how expensive it’d be to have his bladder flushed, but my guess is way too expensive for us to afford right now. Bladder sludge runs in their family, and both of the boys have had it since we’ve had them. But it’s hard to prevent both of them from getting it/getting worse when only one of them can be out of their cage at a time.
We call ships ‘she.’ We call our war machines ‘women.’ We compare women to black widows and vipers. And you’re going to tell me it’s not ‘lady-like’ to scream, to take up space, to fight and demand respect and do whatever the hell I want. You’ve looked at nuclear bombs and been so in awe that you could only name them after women. Don’t try to down-play my power.
Only works with headphones
Drawing in SAI again after using Photoshop for a year maybe two is so difficult wtf. It feels over stabilized even with the stabilizer at 0, and i forgot how to change the bush settings to the way i want/need them.. Hhhhhh
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I hate to break this to you but there are lesbian relationships that involve penis because there are trans lesbians with penises. There are lesbian relationships where everyone has penises in them.
Sorry* to burst your transmisogynist bubble.
*Lol, I’m not sorry.
I love this post
Do you see how I try to love this heathen ; ;
etc.: an abbreviation for et cetera (lit. “and the rest”), used to end a list of things. (e.g.: I like apples, bananas, etc.)
et al.: an abbreviation for et alii (lit. “and the others”), used to end a list of people. (e.g. I was with James, Helene, et al.)
since et means “and,” you don’t need to say “and etc.” or “and et al.”! the et does it for you c:
Turtle Frog (Myobatrachus gouldii)
The only species in its unique genus, Australia’s Myobatrachus gouldii is even more divergent than the purple frog, having adapted to a mole-like existence of tunneling underground and breaking into termite nests, poking their comically small heads into the bug’s burrows and slurping them up. Rather than reproducing in water like a majority of other Anura, turtle frogs breed in their burrows and young skip past the tadpole phase, remaining in their eggs until they’ve formed into pin-headed burrowers themselves.
Picture by Evan Pickett via flickr