first aid it

it’s almost 9pm here aND OHH BOY WAS TODAY A LONG DAY 

theyullenator  asked:

(Breathes in.) If you read the message, you would understand the point wasn't that I don't understand what an anagram is. The point is that people are going around saying Ishida himself confirmed that he calls Amon Koutarou "Koumon Rotor", i.e. Anal vibe/dildo thing, when in fact it wasn't Rotor, it was "Koumon Tarou". Just... "Anal Tarou". Which I guess can mean "Anal Man" but... I was looking for "Koumon Rotor", which I had heard he tweeted, but I can't find it anywhere, even his twitter.

Oookay. First of all, visual aid: please refer to page one of this omake.

Second of all. I have no idea what “people” are saying as I’m not responsible for them. You came to my blog asking how does Amon Koutarou make “Koumon rotor”. I told you it’s an anagram of Koumon Tarou, which is a name Ishida actually wrote in the omake (since he couldn’t actually write “anal dildo”).

As a bit of an advice, wording your questions properly and subsequently being polite when addressing people you don’t know is considered the norm in most societies. Just a tip.

Drabble #318

VII: characters are attacked

“What on earth…” Carolyn began, as they fell through the door.

“I think you mean ‘when’,” Martin said, still breathing heavily from their impromptu marathon. “That is not 1801.”

“It’s Peru in the 1530s,” Douglas clarified. “Nice scenery. Not much in the way of gift shops.”

“We were chased!” exclaimed Arthur, the only one who didn’t seem out of breath. He displayed his arm proudly, still swathed in the makeshift bandage they’d fashioned from his sleeve. “They were really fast. And quite cross.”

Carolyn sighed. “Right, drivers, get us out of here.” She went off to locate the first-aid kit.

A list things First Aid says when mocking/roasting Ratchet:

• “Hurrdurr I’m Ratchet. I can hear the difference between a healthy and chipped spark but can’t hear a second opinion to save my life.”
• “Don’! You won’t like me when I get the wrench!
• “Percy lemme smash.”
• “Politeness is just fake hippie-dippy bullshit that Drift came up with.”

Mental Health is such an important topic to me. Being in a student club focused on promoting mental wellbeing, as well as studying psychology, has given me perspective into the levels of stigmatisation many people face solely because of mental illnesses. It is NOT okay to judge someone based on their levels of emotional distress, and it is NOT okay to judge someone based on a clinical diagnosis.

For those of you who, like me, are passionate about mental health, I recently came across a wonderful text entitled the “Mental Health First Aid Manual”. This not only outlines the variety of diagnosable conditions, but also assists in performing assessment and outlines what you (as an everyday person, a friend, a family member) can do to help. There are many free online texts similar to the one that I have, from an array of amazing mental health services.

Keep going, be strong, take a breath, and breathe. You’ve got this 💕

Found this neat infographic :D

With bettafix/melafix:
I’ve heard both that it helps and that it hurts…I don’t have a personal opinion on it because I don’t know how it’s supposed to help or hinder…I’ve heard that it coats the labrynth organ and you can easily overdose the meds and kill your fish. But I’ve also heard that as long as you use less than the dose prescribed on the bottle, it can be beneficial.

I DO know that it’s basically tea tree oil, so if you ever use it, err on the side of caution.

I wonder if the intended effect is to make the fish rest more? Kind of like taking niquil for a cold…it doesn’t cure the cold, but it makes you sleepy so you rest more and your body can concentrate it’s energy on fighting that cold…

With Epsom salt: Unscented, pure stuff…or aquarium salt in case you’re worried you may use the Epsom salt incorrectly♡

With ANY sick betta: The cleanest warm water you can give them will do wonders! Especially for things like fin melt/fin rot :)

(Feel free to add onto this info)

You know you live with too many nurses when you’re trying to find a pair of scissors and this happens. Surgical scissors for days.

And don’t even get me started on this. 

Or this…

Need a cold/hot pack? No problem. 

Got mauled by a bear? No worries. 

Who doesn’t love tongue depressors? 

Tape, anyone? 

Now you guys know what I have to deal with. This is hoarding taken to a new extreme.
Nurses and doctors ran from local hospital to save lives in London terror attack
Many Brits are saying emergency services have made them most proud of their country today
By Nicola Oakley

I don’t ordinarily share tablodi articles, but I felt it important to share this one. More than ever, today I’ve been reminded of that Mr. Rogers Quote:

“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, “Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.”    
And today we were reminded again of the helpers. I saw a clip in which a police officer called to transfixed passers-by, urging them to run to safety, making sure they got out of the way of danger. I saw the clips of passers by, doctors and nurses from Tommie’s run to the aid of the people who’d been injured. Pictures of politicians giving first aid to victims. 

But also, because, out of all the tragedy and chaos, this image summarises all that is great about the NHS.  A Ward Sister has evidently run out, blankets in tow, ready to distribute them amongst the victims. I don’t know who she and her colleagues are, but I recognise their resilience and their initiative because I see it every day in my amazing nurse colleagues. Despite the pain, I smiled when I saw this image, because of course a Sister would make order out of chaos and sort things out.

Rather than sharing images of the victims at their most bulnerable, I wanted to share an image of some of the formidable people who ran in when every fibre of your being is telling you to run away.

I’m proud to work amongst such people. And though I wish that we didn’t face such difficulties with the NHS, or face attacks like today, there’s nobody else I’d rather be stuck in this situation with than people like them.