So in what I think is Cabbie’s greatest video yet, he took his pranks to a whole new level. Cabbie got Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn of the Dallas Stars to lie to their mothers and convince them that they were going to propose to their girlfriends on Valentine’s Day. Now, why is this so extraordinary? Well, besides lying to their mothers on national television, Tyler and Jamie do not have girlfriends to propose to! They are single!
Take a look at the video
Here is what I discovered after watching this video:
1. Cabbie is by far the best sports reporter around
2. Tyler Seguin is an amazing liar.
3. Jamie Benn is not.
4. Moms will be moms regardless of what kind of celebrity status you hold.
Happy Valentine’s Day from Cabbie and the Dallas Stars!
theme thursday: valentine’s day gift ideas for kids
giant coloring poster: cats! by atelierruetabaga
happy thursday everyone! today’s theme will focus on finds for the little ones in your lives — fun activities and gifts perfect for kids. atelierruetabaga’s giant coloring posters are available in several themes. as a kid at heart, and a former art major, i’d LOVE to get my paws on this bad boy and start scribbling!
babble about my domesticated deathclaw headcanons. this may take a while.
first off, domestic deathclaws are ridiculously loyal, and don’t forget a slight. think crows. you treat them kindly, they remember it, and they pass it down through the generations. by this logic, deathclaws are loyal to their keepers’ families. so stealing a domesticated deathclaw hoping to turn a profit? will end in some messy deaths, and most likely the stolen deathclaw galumphing home after few days, likely with a bloody gift.
when raising deathclaws for eggs, it’s best to keep them in groups of mostly females. females will be gravid probably no more than once or twice every few months, but are not actually receptive to breeding more than once every two or three years.
it’s recommended to keep them only if you have a very large, fairly secluded property, with plenty of space. enclosures should have high, fortified fences, though most fences won’t keep an unhappy deathclaw penned in for long. to keep escapes to a minimum, make sure your deathclaw enclosure has a constant supply of water (large enough for at least two fully grown ‘claws to bathe in at once), and an even mix of sun and shade.
provide a selection of large, rough stones and boulders in their enclosures, as domesticated deathclaws tend to purposefully dull their namesake appendages to avoid accidentally harming their keepers. this makes them no less dangerous, so always be cautious. young ones may adopt a “favorite rock” and will often play-fight over and steal them from one another
standard deathclaws, the variety most common in the wasteland, are difficult to tame, but once this is managed, they domesticate fairly easily over one or two generations.they respond well to positive reinforcement, such as treats or scritches (the soft underbelly, once they trust their keeper enough to expose it, is a popular spot), much better than negative, as is the case with most varieties. negative reinforcement, especially corporal punishment, often results in loss of life or limb
Legendary and magical creatures in Game of Thrones.
Perhaps magic was once a mighty force in the world, but no longer. What little remains is no more than the wisp of smoke that lingers in the air after a great fire has burned out, and even that is fading. Valyria was the last ember, and Valyria is gone. The dragons are no more, the giants are dead, the children of the forest forgotten with all their lore.
He would have pegged what’s wrong with Team Hero. In fact, he pretty much said it all years ago:
“And then Jack chopped down what was the world’s last beanstalk, adding murder and ecological terrorism to the theft, enticement, and trespass charges already mentioned, and all the giant’s children didn’t have a daddy anymore. But he got away with it and lived happily ever after, without so much as a guilty twinge about what he had done…which proves that you can be excused for just about anything if you are a hero, because no one asks inconvenient questions.” ― Terry Pratchett, Hogfather