Mar. 21st, 2017

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I somehow got lucky enough to end up with the most incredible friends, willing to ride fake sheep into battle with me in the fight against all sorts of bullshittynonsensestuff. David, you are one of the absolute most spectacular individuals I’ve ever met and most marvelous forces of good in the world to me. It also occurred to me just how Don Quixote/Sancho Panza this photo is.

This weekend with my parents and that weird guy who shows up at my house a lot was one of the best possible motivators and reminders of how worthwhile it is to actively resist and rebel against my restrictive addiction.
#cantdestroyfascismonanemptystomach #edrecovery

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These are cool peeps. A+, would watch gay anime while cuddling with you two (can we do that when Zeph gets back please)
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the authors of this textbook were clearly high as a kite when they wrote this chapter

WEENIE SPEED HOIYL FUC

Weenie factor 8 Mr sulu
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please watch brooklyn nine-nine
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i want to see my little boy.. here he comes

In case you didn’t know, some crabs can swim! Not all of them, though. In the species that do, the last pair of legs have evolved into little paddles that allow them to swim for periods by alternating them as seen here. 
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Just look at this doofus. Sir Lancelotl just loves his bubbles

PRECIOUS BB

HE STOL FIZZY LIFTING DRINKS

Hell yes good enrichment AND puns.
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An Overly Excited Little Dog Stops to Check Out Something In the Corner During an Agility Course

awww XD

these commentators are 349320492039423042% better than the ones we had at westminster, thank goodness

idk if i love this more because of the puppo or the guy commenting

I really adore this dog. He’s super happy and loving what he’s doing - even if his technique isn’t quite on point. 
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“Touching your own butt is a swift action.”
- Our GM (via outofcontextdnd)
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i love these “i’m 5 but i work at the yoga studio downtown w/ limited parking” looks
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When it comes to typos, go big or go home I say.

I can apparently cringe with my entire body.
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WHEN MY FRIENDS DONT LIKE THE THINGS I LIKE BUT SHOW INTEREST BECAUSE THEY KNOW I LIKE TO TALK ABOUT IT
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri, September 13, 1896
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Figure drawings from Feb 16, 2017
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😧
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my brother is teaching his cat how to high five by giving her a treat every time she successfully taps her hand to his hand, which is all well and good, but now she thinks that she is entitled to food every time she high fives someone.  i can’t eat in the same room as her anymore because she’ll just bap my hand rapid fire and then go nyoom straight in for my pizza like no Kelly that’s illegal go finish ur own dinner
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The weight of all the snow in Kyoto was enough to break the nose of this Tengu—but don’t worry it’s fixed! ️️️️👺️👃🏽❄️️🤕
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for a Humans are Weird story.

So human babies REALLY need to be touched. Its totally critical for development. Small babies can literally die if you don’t cuddle them enough.

But imagine that the aliens are more like reptiles, in that they just sort of hatch and their parents feed them or stay around (and presumably, like, educate them, since they’re intelligent aliens), but don’t carry them around or cuddle in the same way.

So one of them gets stuck with a human baby that they’re responsible for and of course, they go ask a xenobiologist or someone ‘what do you do for a human baby, they’re all weird and squishy’.

And the scientist says: well, you have to stroke them. Like actually pick them up and stroke their skin.

Why, says the alien, what could that possibly accomplish. Does it make their skin tougher. Will they grow proper scales.

No, no, that’s just what human skin is like, you just… you have stroke them or they won’t grow right. They get a stroking-deficiency and can die.

Suddenly our obsession with petting everything makes sense to them.

“Why do they ask to pet our fur? Why do they touch every animal we find? Humans are so strange!”

“No, no, Pod Leader, we have discovered the reason for this. Humans require tactile contact for health. Their young will actually die without frequent touchings of skin, Even as adults, their health deteriorates if they are isolated from touch. Human Technical Adjunct Rupert is trying to nurture us and preserve our healthfulness with this touching they offer.”

“… they actually believe that touching our fur with their grubby paws is healthful?”

“For humans, Pod Leader, it is.A little unsanitary, we are understanding the reservations, but it is kindly meant. We think it is actually very nice of Human Technical Adjunct Rupert to be so concerned with our healthfulness.”

“We are still not sure we believe this. That sounds like a weak attempt at deceit to us.”

“Let us show you this vid of humans nurturing their young, it is very instructive.”

Some time later, Human Technical Adjunct Rupert is bewildered but pleased to find that fur-petting is now encouraged provided they have washed their paws. This seems reasonable to Human Technical Adjunct Rupert.

I LOVE THIS ADDITION SO MUCH!
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