Thank you to glowtardis for tagging me in this!

 You can tell a lot about someone by the type of music they listen to. Hit shuffle on your iPod, phone, iTunes, media player etc and write down the first 20 songs. Then pass this on to 10 people. One rule: no skipping.

  1. This Is The Life - Two Door Cinema Club
  2. Nothing Left To Say/Rocks - Imagine Dragons
  3. Fever - The Black Keys
  4. Just To Feel Alive - Anthony Green
  5. A Heavy Abacus - The Joy Formidable
  6. Talking Bird - Death Cab For Cutie
  7. Float On - Modest Mouse
  8. Take It Or leave It - Cage The elephant
  9. Caring Is Creepy - The Shins
  10. Boston - Vampire Weekend
  11. Salt - Bad Suns
  12. Your Surrender - Neon Trees
  13. Look Down - Les Mis
  14. Dancing Shoes - Arctic Monkeys
  15. Shostakovich symphony 5 movement 1
  16. Cardiac Arrest - Bad Suns
  17. A Kind Of Magic - Queen
  18. Lions - Walk The Moon
  19. Death Valley - Fall Out Boy
  20. Desperate Measures - Mariana’s Trench

dciglory said:

Name 2 things you like about yourself, then pass it on to the first 10 people on your dash! #TeamSelfEsteem

1. I like my hair it’s like my prized possession tbh

2. I think my taste in music is A+ hah

thanks :D

dciglory said:

I just got a pet snail yesterday, I put it in my tank and it moved around a lot freely and my betta didn't bother or nip at it. Today, it's floating, and I thought it was dead, so I researched and I touched it's foot and I didn't perform the smell test my sister did. I touched it and it didn't move, my sister does say it stinks though. But when she took it out it immediately went into it's shell. It's still floating but I'm somewhat confused. It's antennas were moving abit. Is it about to die?

Mine do that sometimes. I wouldn’t be worried until it goes on for a few days. It might be shy because it’s a new environment.
As long as it tries to retract itself when you touch it, it’s alive. I haven’t noticed any of mine float when they die. Usually if one is dead- it’s on the floor of the tank. This does happen with new arrivals sometimes/ just because you never know where they come from.
I’ve also just read an article where I person just flipped their snail over while under water to get the air out. You can try this, but to me it’s natural behavior and how mine get around the tank quicker. It’s like… para-trooping..
Mine float around sometimes to search for food that I drop in.
Have you tried feeding it? See if giving it a piece of veggie will liven it up.
My apples will wake up for romaine, cucumber, broccoli, zucchini, ect. I haven’t known a snail, yet that can stand the temptation of a nice romaine leaf. c;

(I welcome any other snail owners to put in their two-cents. I’m not an expert.) c;