cat with bread

$5 and under stim toys

hey! if ur a super super poor person like me, sometimes u cant even afford $10 for a stim toy.

not to worry ! here are some stim toys that are $5 and under, INCLUDING SHIPPING !

Spinners:

style 1 ($0.72) | style 2 ($1.59)

style 3 (3.99 + 0.99) | style 3 ($1.69)

Fidget cubes:

style 1 ($0.99 + $0.80 shipping) | style 2 ($3.98)

style 3 ($3.68) | style 4 (2.61)

Tangles:

style 1 ($1.45 | style 2 ($0.99 + $0.69 shipping) | style 3 ($4.20)

style 4 ($2.43) | style 5 (1.99) | style 6 (1.99)

Squishies:

bunnies ($3.61) | cup kitty ($3.78) | narwhal ($1.90)

pandas ($0.72) | cat bread ($1.99) | whale ($1.89)

strawberries ($1.32) | peach ($2.70) | carrot ($1.47)

Misc. hand-busying fidgets:

magnetic beads ($4.38) | chain fidgets ($1.28)

6 stretchy strings ($4.98) | boinks ($0.99)

Gel/water-based toys:

grape ball ($1.79) | spitting gudetama ($0.99) | fruit squisher ($1.96)

gudetama egg ($1.78 + $0.73 ship.) | gel eggs ($2.52) | watermelon ($3.29)

edamame squish ($1.09) | 1,000 orbeez ($0.99) |  giant orbeez ($0.72)

Slime:

barrel o slime ($1.22) | color changing putty ($3.99)

magnet putty ($0.99) | glass putty ($2.91)

Puzzle toys:

puzzle ball ($2.95) | puzzle pyramid ($3.99)

twisty ($1.99) | puzzle cube ($3.11)

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I hope this helps!

if you can, please do support ND stim toy creators. this post is specifically so ND people without much money can afford the things they need to function!

a while back, ghostbong bought a very cheap, very used Roomba from craigslist.  "so, you’re going to ‘hack’ this, right?“ said the man at the parking lot rendezvous.  but we just wanted a vacuum.  since then, the addition of the word "robot” to our casual, every-day lexicon is continually jarring, as if even living in the future will give you future-shock.

doing maintenance on the robot.  the robot is stuck on a cord.  the robot ate a sock.  the robot ran out of power before it got back to its charging station.  the robot knocked something over.  it doesn’t help that the Roomba programmers saw fit to outfit the little thing with a series of Artoo-like MIDI scales and honks, to convey the mood of its message: docking successfully produces a tiny fanfare, and getting its brushes jammed on a foreign object makes it cry out in sad distress. do i verbally reassure the robot when i pull a wad of cat hair and bread bag tabs out of its works and set it back down on the floor? you bet i do.

but the larger point is that it is now possible for me to say (or type) out loud and without irony, sarcasm, or any kind of fictitiousness: “the robot knocked over the kitten’s water dish >:I ”

the future is here, and it is me on my knees on the floor yanking hairballs out of a domestic droid while it softly boops at me

firepawthedragonclydesdale  asked:

this question has been in my mind for a bit um how did you find out Oreo liked bread?

Good question! Oreo has always been very curious about the food in our plates at mealtime. As a kitten, Oreo would climb up my husband’s leg while he was standing at the kitchen counter to get a bite of his toast. 

That’s where it all started. As time went by and his love for bread consumed him, it led to Oreo invading grocery bags in order to find his favorite treat. No bread was safe after this.

Every morning when we get up we find Oreo sitting in front of the microwave (we keep the bread inside, safe from the bread bandit).

As well as pawing at the toaster.

As time went by his bread addiction let to a full blown carb addiction. Now even bags of uncooked pasta are not safe.