last night i had a dream that jensen started using that one twitter that everyone is suspicious of, but it was only because misha had convinced jensen that the only people that could see what he was tweeting was him and danneel

so he would be tweeting all of these weird things between takes and stuff and didn’t know how to check his notifications

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"In my first PC play through of Skyrim, I remember hiring Lydia to go with me up the steps to High Hrothgar.  On the way there we encountered a troll and the resulting right killed Lydia.  I paced her body near one of the shrines not too far from where she dies and every time I visit the Greybeards, I stop by that same shrine and place flowers to remind myself of my failure to save my first follower."

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SIGAM ESSES DIVOS:

Que preguiça de mandar ask pra todos Zzzz 

Desculpa se esqueci de alguém

  • Não retire ou coloque ninguém
  • Se tiver aqui dê like ou reblogue
  • Não esquecem de me seguir rçrç
  • Quem quiser estar no meu próximo ff é só me mandar uma ask

Até a próxima sexta, amo vocês <33

 

backwardeel said:

Hi! I saw in one of your recent RP posts that you had Erskin drink saltwater and I thought that was interesting. Would being able to 'breathe' saltwater necessitate also drinking saltwater rather than fresh, and if so (if you feel like expanding) how?

Well, a lot of Alternian biology is total guesswork! But to cut a lot of complicated sciencing short, saltwater fish on Earth are configured to always be getting rid of excess salt due to being surrounded by the stuff constantly, and have no way to get rid of excess water other than by osmosis, which is when less salty water wants to absorb into where more salty water is, a process I still don’t get despite watching like a dozen graphs and videos. But anyway they’re always losing water actually, and so they cope by drinking a lot of it and just filtering out the salt. But when the saltwater fish are dumped into fresh water suddenly they’re more salty than the surrounding water, and so the surrounding water sucks into them, and they have no way to purge the water, so their cells bloat up and rupture. 

So I figure, it’s likely that a seatroll would get thirsty out of the ocean, but do best drinking saltwater that their body can then strip of whatever level of salt is best. Drinking freshwater wouldn’t fuck them up directly, but neglecting their sodium levels—which would probably fall faster than a landtroll’s—would. And breathing freshwater would probably result in the delicate, absorbent tissue there puffing up from retained water in the way that the tougher tissue of an esophagus wouldn’t. I think over some period time the extra water in his gills will diffuse out to the rest of his body tho. The extra mucous is just a regular reaction of sensitive breathing parts to being exposed to a harsh chemical. You try huffing chlorine and see what happens!

So… there you go. Roaming seadwellers need to consume a lot of salt, but can drink plain water fine in moderation, but breathing it for too long is asking for some gross bloating, and breathing chlorine or pollutants is gonna give you a case of the sniffles. 

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> Since you broke your last stic- excuse me, sword, you’ve been scouting around everywhere to find the perfect one to replace it.

> That is, until you find a shield laying haphazardly against a tree. You quickly make sure the owner isn’t watching before you scurry over to it and attempt to lift it up onto your back. With no success. You wobble from side to side before the weight pulls you onto the ground.

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> How can you be the most mighty warrior without a shield?

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