Sooner or later, we
will have to recognise that the Earth has rights, too, to live without
pollution. What mankind must know is that human beings cannot live
without Mother Earth, but the planet can live without humans.
Groups of wild scrafties are known to beat up and mug lone wanderers for no particular reason. It is unknown whether this behaviour is innate or something they have picked up from watching humans. The fact that it is more common in areas with higher crime rates seems to suggest the latter.
Scraggies are often observed headbutting vending machines until food falls out of them. They rarely eat what they receive, but will fill their flappy skin with as many chocolate bars, cans of pop and packets of crisps as they can before carrying them back to a secret place. About a third of out-of-order vending machines in Castelia are thought to have been broken by scraggies.
In Unova, the mohawk hairstyle is believed to have been partially inspired by scrafty.
Despite having a diet comprised predominately of meat, neither scraggy nor scrafty have any canine teeth. Instead, they have only incisors, which are fairly useless when it comes to tearing and chewing. They mostly swallow food whole.
The non-loose skin of a scraggy is incredibly sensitive, so they tend to dislike being touched.
Young scraggies enjoy sleeping in dumpsters. Public information posters remind people to check their dustbins for signs of movement before putting their rubbish out for collection, and incineration plants must also scan waste for life forms prior to its destruction.
The shed skins of scraggies and scrafties, owing to their elastic qualities, were once used in the making of percussion instruments such as drums and tambours.
The collective noun for a group of scraggies or scrafties is a ‘hood’.
Wild scrafties, even in isolation, are never to be approached. Where scraggies can fracture bones with their headbutts, an agitated or angry scrafty is fully capable of kicking hard enough to rupture internal organs.
Scraggies show affection by gently butting people or pokémon with the top of their head, and sometimes by tugging at their trainer’s arms or legs for attention. Scrafties are less openly affectionate, but they demonstrate trust by looking away from their trainer and refusing to make eye contact with them. This is a sign of respect, and would, in the wild, be afforded to the leader of the hood.
You can never call yourself a true car enthusiast until you learn to respect all makes/models and eachother.
“I have money, It’s trust and character I need around me. Who you chose to be around you, lets you know who you are. One car in exchange for knowing what a man’s made of, that’s a price I can live with. Look at all those people down there. They follow the rules for what? They’re letting fear lead them.”
“What happens if they don’t?”
“Life’s simple. You make choices and you don’t look back.”
People reblogging that sonicfox post don’t know that he wears a hat with fuzzy ears on it that also says “MORTAL KOMBAT X” and he’s only ever taken it off while playing once when he was scared of losing for the first time at EVO 2016 finals