Monty was born without a nose bone or nasal bridge, giving him a unique appearance. Due to this birth defect, he sneezes a lot but is nevertheless still as healthy and happy as any other cat! Monty certainly is a testament to the fact that even if you may look different, you’re still fantastic and loved.
“do any of you homosexuals know how hard it is to be straight in the overwatch fandom.. no. you cant understand my pain.. i am an outcast. i was born with glass bones and paper skin. every morning i break my legs, and every afternoon i break my arms. At night, i lie awake in agony until my heart attacks put me to sleep. symm/rat is my only solace.”
I was born with glass bones and paper skin. Every time Phil breathes I break my legs, and every time Phil takes a selfie I break my neck. At night, I lie awake in agony thinking of Phil Lester until my heart attacks put me to sleep.
January has grown too big to share our twin-sized bed.
She is poised, coiled like a snake. Always ready to pounce.
This month was war-torn, and there is still more bloodshed
to come. She spins her finger through candle wax, says, this
whole world is falling apart, and I’m the only one holding it together. This is a heavy burden, and yet she keeps
her spine straight. I try to take notes. Force my back rigid,
release the tension, pretend the flames dancing on my palm
won’t set fire to my body. As if I wasn’t born with my bones
dipped in gasoline. I ask her what to do when the ghosts
won’t stay dead. She looks at me like I'm the child, like less
than thirty days ago she didn't fit in the palm of my hand.
Says, kick them out of bed, change the locks, pretend
you don’t recognize their face until it becomes true.
JANUARY CAN’T TELL IF THE GLASS IS HALF EMPTY OR HALF FULL SO SHE BREAKS IT, angelea l.
When u gon eat dat good good, be sure to compliment the chef ;)
Bum sniff ya feet
Chrome flick the chief
Bone Apple Tea
Phone Apple Feet
Great Barrier Reef
Call me Gour on ram see
Bong Asshole sneeze
Bone App the Teeth
Lone Stab a Chief
Mom Tap the Beef
Bone Cap the Tweet
Bob Ate the Meat
Bonjour Sewing Kit
Chef Boiled Tee
Flown Half a Beet
Boner Ankle Three
Bone Ate da Teeth
Kick Out the Teeth
Ron Cracked the Sleep
Mom I have fleas
Bony African Feet
Bamboozle Chief Keef
Bone Ape Tit
Phone Apple Jeans
Bone Appdta Teat
Both Hat and Feet
Bomb the Japanese
Bone in my Cheek
Bench a Plate and Ski
Bangin Apple Geese
Pianos Become the Teeth
Bone Ate the Toot
Chef Boy Yard Tea
Bang a Pianos Teeth
Bode of the Teeth
Bad Credit Score
Benjamin the tenth
Spicy Chicken Meat
Bramley Apple Tea
Scone App the Beef
Blonde Apple Trees
Born with no Teeth
Bone Smack my Teeth
Bow at the tree
Now at the sea Bone apple cheese Bow Snapple please Joan play the keys Wow imma sneeze Joe eat the leaves So how is he
A friendship that’s a real Wiener: The disabled 500-pound lion and his unlikely Dachshund pal who have been inseparable ever since the cat was a cub.
A disabled lion who was reared by a double amputee zookeeper has formed an unlikely bond with a miniature sausage dog with the pair inseparable ever since the cat was a cub.
Bonedigger, a 500lb male lion might dwarf Milo, an eight-year-old Dachshund but he rarely leaves his side. The two have been inseparable over the past five years at G.W. Exotic Animal Park in Wynnewood, Oklahoma.
Bonedigger was born with a metabolic bone disease that left him mildly crippled and has also struck up an unusual bond with zookeeper John Reinke, who lost both of his legs following a bungee jump accident.
When Milo and two other five-year old wiener dogs, Bullet and Angel, sensed that the the lion was disabled they sought to comfort and protect him. Now Bonedigger and his pack of dogs cuddle, feast on raw meat and play in the grounds together.
Mr Reinke, who works at the zoo witnessed the bond develop between the unlikely duo. He said: ‘This friendship between an 11 pound wiener dog and a 500 pound lion is the only of it’s kind in the world ever seen. ‘Milo does his best to copy Bonedigger when the lion tries puffing to communicate with other lions in the park.
Bonedigger was hand-reared by Mr Reinke along with a tiger called Tony after he realised his ability to bring up animals.
He added: ‘They used to live with me in the house. I raised them both with bottled formula and raw meat until they grew too big for the house.
'Bondigger’s like a dog and when he hasn’t seen me for ages he gets all excited and runs up to me. 'Tony is perfectly healthy, but is a bit too playful. When Bonedigger senses that I am losing control of the play, he snarls at Tony and you can tell he is being protective and telling him to stop.’
Now the big cats have moved into their own enclosure and he has also hand-reared another two tiger cubs called Tippy and Orlando.
Mr Reinke explained: 'I brought up tiger cubs named Tippy and Orlando. They keep me busy and they need to be entertained every day.
‘Tippy liked to play tug of war with my prosthetic legs, which is good, because I guess that would hurt otherwise!’
Mr Reinke admits he has always been on the wild side after an accident during a bungee jump in 1994. He fell through a faulty trap door from 55 feet, crushing both of his legs.
‘I pierced my side with a six inch metal stake too and I asked my friends to call my wife because I thought that was it,’ said the ex-turbine engineer.
‘I broke my hip, my back, and shattered both feet and raked my intestines. Needless to say, I was in a coma for eight days after I reached the hospital. My wife Kristi couldn’t recognise me when she first saw me.
‘When I finally woke up the doctors told me that I would never walk again.’
After five years of painstaking rehabilitation, John learned to use his legs again, and he began to rebuild his life. He and his wife Kristi, 45, had a second son Peyton six years after their first son, Nathan was born. But in the years that followed, John suffered from repeated infections in his legs and eventually had both amputated.
‘That was another low moment for me because I value my independence highly,’ added Mr Reinke. ‘Bringing up Bonedigger and Tony helped me recover, especially my relationship with Bonedigger.’