legitimate question for reptiblr: other than a snake just not wanting to eat, what was the scientific reason for not feeding a snake that is in shed or … is there one like. this sounds so shitty wording wise but i’m legitimately wondering if there was a reason
Why do people feel the need to put hate in the tags? And by hate, I literally mean something demeaning the fandom like “this is stupid because of this thing that happened a while back” or “this is annoying” or “stop asking me about this”. Like… can ya put a slash through the subject so it doesn’t show up in the tag and people who actually enjoy the thing don’t have to see your griping? It’s simple. Just go Dra/rry, Kar/am/el, or li/fe is stra/nge (those were the things on my mind, not saying I hate them). It’s not hard and would probably cut down the discourse.
Also, there are tags that some fandoms have for irritations. RWBY, for instance, has rwde (and Jaune Salt). It just cuts down on the amount of negative bs people see when browsing their favorite things.
tl;dr: Don’t put your irritation where people are trying to enjoy themselves. It’s rude.
Brynjolf is my photo student today because most everyone else ate.
“Lass…. why did you flip me over…”
because you were being a shit and stayed balled up for 10 minutes.
Good news is that I haven’t seen any mites on him recently! I usually wet a paper towel and wipe him down nose to tail every couple of days. I haven’t seen so much as a speck! Hopefully they are gone soon so I can handle him more often.
The survey also asked international viewers to name the “most iconic BBC moments”.
Sherlock came out on top once more with the ending of the 2012 series, in which the detective appeared to fall to his death from the roof of a building. The scene sparked myriad fan theories on how he had managed to fake his death, and Cumberbatch returned unharmed in a new series two years later.
But the second most popular scene went back to 1969: Monty Python’s ‘Dead Parrot’ sketch. Other favourites included Colin Firth as Mr Darcy emerging from a lake in the 1995 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice; David Brent dancing in The Office; Sir David Attenborough’s encounter with a gorilla in Life On Earth; and the ‘Don’t tell him, Pike!’ moment in Dad’s Army.
There was also a very recent entry: the ballroom scene in last year’s War and Peace adaptation, starring Lily James and James Norton as Natasha and Prince Andrei.