Whenever I hear people say that classical music is boring I just want to remind them that Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture called for a cannon to be fired a total of 16 times.
remove cattle from stage
begin turning flame slightly higher and higher
If you struggle with self-care and see this, stop what you’re doing
- Have you eaten in the last 4ish hours?
- Have you had something to drink today?
- Can you have something, even if just milk or water or cup’o’noodles or toast with something yummy on it, if you haven’t, please?
- If you have any injuries, can you please take care of them for me
- Also please take any meds if you should and haven’t, yet?
Whatever you have or haven’t done today just know you’re super strong and I am so proud of you
Okay you can go back to blogging now~ <3
my dad wants me to go out and buy an new aluminum pot for my double boiler for making candles because by using the one i am im ‘splitting up part of a set’ and ‘its one of my GOOD pots’ when mom in fact gave me that pot when she cleaned out the cupboards around Christmas and said i could have it because they had no use for it. Excuse me, splitting up a set? of pots??????? dad—im your daughter dont worry your precious pot you dont use will still be in the family you greedy bastard
oh my fucking god. so i have to spend money because he never learned to share as a child.
Dumbledore, notorious for giving second chances Dumbledore, let Sirius rot in Azkaban for twelve years.
He must have known Sirius well due to his time in the Order, he must have known what James meant to Sirius. Dumbledore was a member of the freaking Wizengamot yet he didn’t fight the Ministry’s horrifying trial-optional policy.
This is a man who took back Death Eater!Snape at his word, shielded him from prison, and employed him at a school for children.
But he didn’t have a use for Sirius, so he didn’t care about him.
I got 99 problems with Dumbledore and his treatment of Sirius Black accounts for like 64 of them.
To be honest, Albus Dumbledore is one of the most disturbing, terrifying characters I’ve ever found in a book, because he thought he was a good guy and so did everyone else and the books don’t really challenge it either (given that Harry forgives him for everything he did), but when you look between the lines he was profoundly, profoundly immoral and unethical.
A couple of months ago, I was talking about HP characters with a friend, and he said that Dumbledore was one of his least favorite characters of all time.
Naturally, this took me back a bit since he’s one of the heroes of the series, misguided as he was at times. Still, I was curious and asked my friend why he hated him. His answer still strikes a chord with me.
"There is never, ever a reason to leave a child in an abusive home. Never."
- Straight haired person: Just comb it!
- Curly haired person:
forcing myself to write 7000+ words for the Starfall story is actually really useful. if i werent a c student, i would have thought of this three years ago.
someone on fb wanted to know my main blog
yami-latias asked: Sorry to disturb you, i'm not even following you, but through antoher blog i saw your picture with the bunny in the small cage, and i think if the bunny doesn't have a bigger cage (or somewhere else to live in) you could call it animal abusive since these kind of animals are very active and there it is not provided. I just wanted to say that, so thanks.
Hey! Your ask is very considerate of Hiccup, and I appreciate that. The images you have seen are Hiccup’s ‘summer home.’ He is also a ‘room rabbit.’ For 12 hours a day his cage door is left open when I am home and he has 12 hours of ‘run time’ during which he has the freedom to do as he pleases.
I have owned rabbits since I was 8, and am very aware of their lifestyles. Rabbits are most ‘active’ during sunrise and sunset, actually. However in this case, Hiccup is a young rex rabbit. Did you know, rex rabbits are likened to cats for their behavior and temperament? Hiccup’s breed activity level is low to moderate. (Although, if you’ve seen the way this bunny sleeps, you’d go for low.) Hiccup chooses to sleep outside of his cage for hours at a time instead of exploring and getting into mischief—hence my comfort with him being a room rabbit. He is never left unattended in my room with his door open. For comparison, my mother’s rabbit, a Silver Martin named Thor, is on the other end of the spectrum. He is loud, wild, and boisterous and has to live in a puppy crate downstairs because of his wild hops. But then, SM’s are mostly playful and as well as smaller, which means more energy for his breed.
Hic’s cage is for sleeping, pooping, and eating. (Unless I drop some hay outside his door. Then I send out the little Hiccup Hoover.) Since you do not follow my main blog either (I’m assuming) there are several other photos to be seen of Hic in either cage or my bedroom on his blanket. Most of them are him lounging about—the lazy bun!
You are right. Forcing a rex rabbit (a larger breed) into a cage that size for all hours of the day is animal abuse. At the very least animal discomfort and could have a negative outlook on their temperament. If the door was never left open, and he was not given a solid 11 hours of ‘freedom’ a day, then you’re assumption from the only photo you’ve seen would have been considered correct.