I was looking at @therealjacksepticeye’s super old videos and…
holy shit this is the bottom of the very bottom ain’t it
he used to reply to EVERYONE holy shit
look how far he’s fuckin come man
good fucking job
He loved Kelly Bishop, and when I was talking to her last night she said “please please tell everyone how sorry I am I can’t be [there] my husband is very ill”, and they literally were gonna come and he is sick and she just said I can’t make it. But please “tell everyone how much I loved being Ed’s wife.” She said “this show is my Swan song”, she loved it.
Ed and I always referred to [it as] I was his wife and she was his second wife and so he would leave and I’d say ‘oh you’re going off to your second wife’ and then she’d call and she goes 'I’m sending him home.’
this is a card that my late grandmother sent to her sister after her graduation from nursing school in 1947. in it, she wrote: “strange as it may seem, i have finally made it” and i’ve decided to make it my senior quote
I see you rebloging some posts about honey and how it helps bees. Vegans oppose to it because its unethical, Conservationists and scientists oppose to it because it is destructive to other bee species and the environment. Native bees pollinate more.
1. vegans don’t know anything lmao
3. idk if it’s true that native bees pollinate more, but i do know for a fact that there are not enough native bees to pollinate all the crops we need to grow (at least in the US), so honey bees are necessary in that respect regardless of the fact that people might think that it’s unethical. even if it is destructive to the environment and other bee species (how???) people still need to eat and I know this is controversial to the vegans but people are more important than animals