bought it out


College dropout Mae Borowski returns home to the crumbling former mining town of Possum Springs seeking to resume her aimless former life and reconnect with the friends she left behind. But things aren’t the same. Home seems different now and her friends have grown and changed. Leaves are falling and the wind is growing colder. Strange things are happening as the light fades.

And there’s something in the woods.

Night in the Woods (2017)


Welcome to a world without Light.

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I was browsing the nintendo store and was kind of saddened to see that they are dividing their gift ideas by gender.

So out of curiosity I decided to see what they were marketing to me, as a woman. Is it just going to be cutesy games like nintendogs or something?

The signs are not good. Is this going to be a ‘men play consoles women play handhelds’ stereotype or something? Lets scroll down…

Huh. Well Pokemon is the next big handheld release. So lets see what they’re marketing to men?

…the same thing…? 

literally the exact same thing.

They posted the same page twice, and just changed the pronouns in the captions.

Nintendo doesn’t care what gender you are.

They just really, really want you to buy Pokemon.


lying is the most fun a girl can have without taking her clothes off - UK CD/digital by panic! at the disco (2006)


These photos are of the same mouse, taken about 24 hours apart. The first was after discovering due to a miscommunication my mice had not been fed for five days while I was out of town, and the second was a day later after being given lots of TLC in the form of food and water and supplements. So far it looks like there has been no permanent damage and everyone is going to be fine but I will be keeping a very close eye on them until they are 100% recovered.

I thought these photos would be good to post because it shows exactly what to look for in mice that may be sick or in pain, either in your own pet mice, when picking out feeders (sick or malnourished feeders aren’t as nutritious), or when you are looking to add new members to your family.

Note in the first picture Provolone’s squinty eyes, messy fur, flattened ears, and extremely hunched posture. These are all classic signs of discomfort, and if I hadn’t known why he suddenly started showing these signs, he would have either been euthanized or immediately rushed to the vet. More things to look for include puffy cheeks, bulging nose bridges, and changes in whisker position, especially whiskers pressed flat against the face.

I would be very hesitant to support a business selling mice in this condition, either as pets or as feeders. If you want to make a difference for these animals, don’t “rescue” them by buying them. Purchasing sick animals perpetuates the systematic abuse and neglect of these animals. If we are content to buy animals in this condition, there is no incentive for businesses to make positive changes in their care. Instead, take pictures and report the sick mice to management. If they don’t do anything about it, you can take the issue to corporate (posting publicly on their Facebook can get you in contact with someone extremely fast).

tagging @why-animals-do-the-thing because I thought they might find this interesting, plus more people need to understand not to buy animals to try and rescue them

the signs and their special colors

aries // red
the color of fire and excitement

taurus // pale blue, mauve
the soft colors of refinement and gentleness

gemini // yellow
bright and luminous, the color of novelty

cancer // sea green, silver
the shimmering colors of the water and the moon

leo // gold, orange
the magnetic colors of the sun

virgo // navy blue, gray
classic colors of refinement and taste

libra // blue, lavender
the colors of romance, harmony, and refinement

scorpio // crimson, burgundy, maroon
the glowing colors of passion

sagittarius // purple
uncommon color of royalty and the artistic

capricorn // dark green, brown
classic, comforting colors of nature and the earth

aquarius // electric blue
the clear color of the sky

pisces // pale green, turquoise
the dreamy colors of the sea