are you animal

Pick an item from your left, a food item nearest to you, and an animal that starts with the same first letter of your last name. Put them altogether as one thing.

Good Morning Tumblr, and THANK YOU FOR 500+ FOLLOWERS!

Originally posted by kreumbeul

Please enjoy the customary follower appreciation gif, because I love you guys like Shinobu Oshino loves donuts. I honestly don’t have the words to express how flattered and encouraged (and awkward) I feel right now. Just a year ago, the prospect of blogging was a genuinely frightening prospect. It’s still a bit nerve wracking, but very rewarding nonetheless. It’s only been 5 months but I feel like Tumblr has taught me 5 years worth of life lessons and done wonders for for my very rusty writing skills that were my pride and joy just a few years ago (along with my micrographs.) I have a long way to go in that department and am still trying to find myself as a blogger, curator and human being in general. 

Thanks to everyone who’s stuck with me since the beginning (and called me out on my BS when I needed it)  and to new followers who’ve signed up to watch my fumble my way to…um… coherence and a consistent workflow that will allow me to keep this going as a hobby when I get to go back to playing with microscopes and arguing with people about data all day and incessantly asking “why” about everything with people who have the same compulsion to ask why about everything. Did I mention that positive reinforcement short circuits my brain? I mean, I’m not complaining, it’s just that my hippocampus doesn’t know what to do with it and um… thank you very much and I’ll keep trying to do stuff that people like on this blog and stuff and stop rambling about this (JFC this got really long) here’s a gif that clashes with the one above that expresses…something something I love you why am I still typing!?

Originally posted by meowmori

Things might run a little slow today, as yesterday was more of a “recharge” day than a catch-up day. You can expect a few bits of new fanart and a Psycho Pass & Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic heavy written content day. I have a few more GMP analyses of Berserk fight scenes but I probably won’t post more than one to keep things from getting too spammy.

The ask box has been re-opened, though I doubt I’ll get around to answering anything that’s submitted today until the weekend.

anonymous asked:

Hey i have a question im not vegan or vegetarian dose that make me a bad person because i eat meat and consume other products like eggs milk and honey? I mean i support the fact that people are vegan and if people dont try to force me to be a vegan or shove the fact they are one in my face then more power to you

Thank you! But vegans don’t need your support, animals need you to stop eating them which is very different. If you were interested in becoming vegan and ending animal suffering you just do that 🤔…at the end, you’re the only one shoving something on your face, and that’s the animals you’re eating! 

You are forcing an animal to die for you to eat, but yeah vegans go around forcing people to go vegan by posting about animal cruelty… how awful! 🙄

waluigidancingqueen  asked:

Regarding the burrowing riding, how would it work with things that could 'swim' on sand half-submerged (of a sufficient size of course), so you could ride on top like it were a boat?

This is a legitimate way to go about it (although if the method were saddled, you’d constantly have to replace the saddle straps. movement would erode them), but unless there’s no walking animals around to ride on the sand (like camels) or the digging animal is supernaturally fast, it seems impractical to me personally.

But, disclaimer: I am an individual person with specific biases and opinions, not some sort of all-knowing steed deity who has come from on high to shame you for your imaginary animal riding scenarios. If you wanna have digging steed knock yourself out, many possibilities for one have already been discussed, it’s just not a choice I personally consider practical.

Somewhat related: to all the people who are Down For Vore or sitting in a pouch (either part of the animal or a sack attached to its bum), that’s great, but that crosses a line for me between ‘riding and controlling an animal’ and ‘getting dragged somewhere and hoping it’s where you wanted to be.’ Like, in order to direct them you’d have tell them beforehand where you want to end up… at that point you aren’t riding them so much as asking your roommate Jerry the giant sapient mole to eat you and take you to that sweet party a kilometer under the earth. A plausible fantasy scenario, sure, but not exactly comparable to horse-training.

anonymous asked:

In an all out brawl, which animal do you think can win? Personally I think it's a sky bison, but I wanna know your opinion

Here’s my ranking system for the bigguns:

  1. Dragons (if they count since they’re not like the other critters, but otherwise yeah)
  2. Sky bison (flight advantage decides a lot)
  3. Badger mole
  4. Moose-lion (i love these things)
  5. Polar dog
  6. Komodo rhino
  7. Platypus bear

anonymous asked:

Can you do one where the reader is out on a case (their first time with the team during a storm) and it starts storming (Thunder and Lightning) and they freak out so when they get back it's still storming and they take the reader down to Abby and Abby makes her squeeze Bert and just generally makes her calm. (Abby also covers the windows to block the lightning)

You rocked on your heels as you looked at Abby, hugging your knees. You were too old to be this scared of thunder. You weren’t a baby. You were an adult. You were a federal agent- you jumped as the lightning shattered the sky, blinding the world. Well, your world.
Abby slammed the curtains shut. “I know it’s scary.” She hurried to her computer and grabbed Bert the Hippo off the desk, handing the stuffed animal to you. “It’s okay to be scared.” Abby smiled. “I know war is hard. And things that remind you of hard things can be bad for you.” She sat down next to you and hugged you, bringing you a secure and unmoving sense of comfort.
You hope she stayed. At least until the storm ended.

Crayola Crayon Color Asks

Macaroni and Cheese: What makes you think of your childhood?

Spring Green: How do you relax when you’re stressed?

Asparagus: What’s an unpopular opinion you have?

Bittersweet: Has someone you loved ever hurt you?

Eggplant: Explain your url and avatar.

Outer Space: Do you ever feel like you’re an outcast from others?

Cotton Candy: What is your favorite dessert?

Freckle: Do you have any marks on your skin? How do you feel about them?

Shocking Pink: Is there a trait that you have that others don’t expect from you?

Robin’s Egg Blue: If you were an animal, which one do you think would you be?

Granny Smith Apple: What’s something everyone else likes that you don’t?

Dandelion: What’s a pet peeve of yours?

Atomic Tangerine: What gets you motivated to do a difficult task?

Wisteria: What’s your favorite thing about yourself?

Candy Apple: How do you think others view you?

Plum: Are you insecure about anything?

Sky Blue: Where do you feel the most at home?

Tickle Me Pink: How do you try to cheer others up when they’re sad?

Wild Strawberry: Do you care what others think about you?

Glossy Grape: Recommend something to your followers.

World Wide Web Yellow: What was the last thing you looked up?

Shadow Blue: Do you have a darker side to you that most people are unaware of?

Electric Lime: What genre of music do you listen to?

Night Owl: Describe a very interesting dream that you had.

Cornflower: What do you think about the most?

Grasshopper Green: Describe the area where you live.

Misty Moss: Is there anything you regret?

Tiny Toad Brown: Do you find beauty in something that people consider to be ugly or undesirable?

Sunny Side Up: Do you like waking up in the mornings, or would you rather sleep in?

Kitten Gray: Do you have any pets? If so, describe them.

Rose Dust: Describe your aesthetic in five words or less.

Timberwolf: Do you give second chances when somebody has wronged you?

Freshly Squeezed: What excites you?

Firefly Red: What gives you purpose?

Tiny Teapot Tan: Do you consider yourself to be attractive/cute?

Rain Drop Blue: Describe the weather outside.

Sweet Pea Green: Do you have/want children?

Pussywillow: Do you like being around others, or do you like being alone?

Jack ‘O’ Lantern Orange: What’s your biggest fear and why?

Baby Bunny Pink: Do you look young for your age, or do you look older than you are?

Mystic Maroon: What confuses you, and why?

Cosmic Cobalt: What’s your zodiac sign, and do you think it’s accurate?

Petal Pink: Describe your fashion sense as well as what you’re wearing right now.

Mountain Meadow: Do you like taking care of others, or do you prefer being care of?

Fuzzy Duckling Yellow: Is there something from childhood that you haven’t outgrown?

Brussel Sproutlet: Do you have any unhealthy habits?

Razzle Dazzle Rose: Describe an ideal date.

Periwinkle: What’s something ordinary that has personal meaning to you?

Mauvelous: Do you think you deserve a better life than you have now?

Blueberry Blue: Do you get sad easily?

Purple Mountains Majesty: How does someone earn your respect?

anonymous asked:

I kinda figured that the it's all in how you raise them myth was started with the animal shelter folks? (I have nothing against shelter animals or the people who work with them). I think they said that so as to encourage adoption?? "You don't need to get from a breeder, if you raise your animal properly that's all that matters" idk that's just my guess

Actually, a lot of ethical rescues hate it because it makes it sound like the older, occasionally actually abused animals are not worth anyone’s time (because they were “raised wrong”) and people should only get young puppies… which leads to older dogs languishing in shelters for ages.

blurryface-vel  asked:

Two things: do you have a story about me (you can make up the most random shit ever I don't care I need sleeting to laugh about) and what animal do you associate with me? (I'm hella depressed I need to laugh)

OH, that one time that I went over to your house and you greeted me by sliding down the stairs on a beanbag.  And I associate you with a moose


Hey friends, it’s Meg!

A really late TUTOR TUESDAY on antlers which ARE NOT horns, so ya’ll can stop razzin’ me about not putting them on last weeks tutorial! If you have any tutorial recs send ‘em in here or my personal! Keep practicing, have fun, and I’ll see you next week!