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Alright, everyone! This is Jesse McNoodle! And despite the fact that he ate a worm, he was still very active and I only managed to catch these two clear pictures. (I stressed him a bit with the light source, but he’s alright, back in the shadows now XD)

I would like to thank you all who helped me, and of course, Jesse, get his new home together in time! 

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“Whatever cracked out science thing you’re about to do, I need you to stop, and I need you to listen to me, because this is about Delphine. Somehow during Krystal’s misguided but oddly effective investigation, she found herself on the trail of Delphine. Now, she saw her get shot, and that’s bad. But, Cosima, she saw someone else pick her up. Delphine was alive when they took her away.”

It is a circumstance which Darcy, of course, would not wish to be generally known, because if it were to get round to the lady’s family, it would be an unpleasant thing.
—  Colonel Fitzwilliam before telling Lizzy about Darcy’s interference in Bingley and Jane’s relationship aka THE UNDERSTATEMENT OF THE CENTURY
Project presentation

HI EVERYONE !

If you’re one of the people wondering why it’s 2017 and Sherlock Holmes and John Watson still haven’t kissed on TV, then you might be interested in what I have to say !


As an aspiring writer/director, I want to right decades of wrongs and finally free these characters and finally allow them to be happy together. 

What I offer you is Sherlock Holmes and John Watson, both young (early 20s), both queer. The action would take place in modern Paris (because I’m a poor french worm)


Now, why am I telling you all that :

The project is only at its development stage, meaning I’m still working on the story (though the main pitch is already defined). Also, it’s all amateur work, so I’d be doing this on my free time, with my own money etc.. 

So basically, I need people interested in this project to help me out !

  • For the writing phase: as I’m not a walking ACD canon Encyclopaedia, I might need a lot of help concerning the canon and especially the cases. I might also need help writing said cases.
  • For the filming phase: I’ll need actors (preferably french speakers), but also sound engineers, scripts… (but we have time for that)

So if you’re interested in the project, if you’re motivated, send me a PM and don’t forget to share and reblog !

anonymous asked:

I wish I could be like that one tennis anime, but I'm just leaping gracelessly after the ball and landing on the dead bodies of poor worms

rip worms (which anime tho)

kwpn93  asked:

How would you think the Chocobros and Nyx would be drunk (like quite drunk, but the fun quite drunk) together with their S/O?

((This was a great prompt to do since… lol I probably have like gladio tolerance when it comes to alcohol. And, since I haven’t really watched Kingsglaive, I won’t be doing Nyx as I wouldn’t do him justice. I sowwy! D:))

Noctis

  • This boy is a rather interesting drunk when you are with him. Unlike the other boys, he’s all or nothing drunk in one night. He starts off that evening really smooth, just more jovial than normal. Noctis makes more conversation with everyone. It takes him about a glass and a half of the good stuff to start getting to the point of him wanting to take his shirt off. You know from this point on he remembers absolutely nothing. Noctis will lather himself up next up to you, wispering sweet nothings into your ears unless you give him another drink and then he’s gone. Out. Down for the count.

Prompto

  • Contrary to belief he stays the same chipper self when he is drunk, you know that Prompto sure heck isn’t. He starts out with his first glass and he can’t hold his liquor at all. You need to give him shots for you to gauge anything. At first, he gets super down and out, complaining that no one loves him or that he totally is just a worm wiggling here and there. Just a poor worm. But when he takes too much alcohol, Prompto starts talking to you like a baby and his mental stages just go down. But damn, does he love tickling you when he’s like this, so it’s perfectly okay!

Gladiolus

  • Considering you need to get a keg to get this guy wasted, Gladio is pretty much the same any time you two go out drinking. He might spike up his romantic wooing of you, even if you two are already dating. But the man is pretty good at loosing some of his inhibitions and he doesn’t mind going up and doing some karaoke or something to that effect. He doesn’t even need to be drunk to rip off his shirt in front of a crowd. Holy hell, he will make sure you are good and embarrassed though.

Ignis

  • Does he even get drunk? Well, you’ve seen the very few times he gets drunk. If Ignis drinks anything harder than wine, it has to the hardest liquor one can fine. It can take him a few glasses to start showing his drunkardness around you. But his drunken ass is like a Dr. Jeckel and Mr. Hyde persona. He comes off as a happy drunk, taking and making grand stories with more explicitness than you’ve ever heard come to his mouth. But oh, when it’s you, Ignis makes it very known he loves to touch you. And if everyone is off dancing the night in another area, he gets extremely kissy and loves him some PDA. Oh, how you tease him when he can’t remember any of this at all.

Guys, I tried to rescue a slow worm today, poor thing had been got by a cat or something. I couldn’t get her to a vet, but I moved her away from dog walkers, and somewhere safer from cats and birds. It’s not the first time I’ve held one, I found one who had come out of hibernation too early about a year ago, I found that one in the same park, and I’m worried that they are the same lizard. I really love slow worms, they are really sweet and deserve more love than they get.

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A commission for @ongaku88 ! It’s a little comic idea she had with our RP OCs, my dumb boy Pryce attempting to selfie-flirt with her lovely lady Odille with mixed results…

Dattatreya said: “The names of my twenty-four teachers are:

1. Earth

2. Water

3. Air

4. Fire

5. Sky

6. Moon

7. Sun

8. Pigeon 

9. Python

10. Ocean

11. Moth

12. Honey-gatherer

13. Bee

14. Elephant

15. Deer

16. Fish 

17. Dancing girl Pingala

18. Raven

19. Child

20. Maiden

21. Serpent

22. Arrow-maker

23. Spider

24. Beetle

1. I have learnt patience and doing good to others from the earth, for it endures every injury that man commits on its surface and yet it does him good by producing crops, trees, etc.

2. From water I have learnt the quality of purity. Just as the pure water cleanses others, so also the sage, who is pure and free from selfishness, lust, egoism, anger, greed, etc., purifies all those who come in contact with him.

3. The air is always moving through various objects, but it never gets attached to anyone of them; so I have learnt from the air to be without attachment, though I move with many people in- this world.

4. Just as fire burns bright, so also the sage should be glowing with the splendour of his knowledge and Tapas.

5. The air, the stars, the clouds, etc., are all contained in the sky, but the sky does not come in contact with any of them. I have learnt from the sky that the Atma is all-pervading and yet it has no contact with any object.

6. The moon is in itself always complete, but appears to decrease or increase, on account of the varying shadow of the earth upon the moon. I have learnt from this that the Atma is always perfect and changeless and that it is only the Upadhis or limiting adjuncts that cast shadows upon it.

7. Just as the sun, reflected in various pots of water, appears as so many different reflections, so also, Brahman appears different because of the Upadhis (bodies) caused by its reflection through the mind. This is the lesson I have learnt from the sun.

8. I once saw a pair of pigeons with their young birds. A fowler spread a net and caught the young birds. The mother pigeon was very much attached to her children. She did not care to live, so she fell into the net and was caught. The male pigeon was attached to the female pigeon, so he also fell into the net and was caught. From this I learnt that attachment was the cause of bondage.

9. The python does not move about for its food. It remains contented with whatever it gets and lies in one place. From this I have learnt to be unmindful of food and to be contented with whatever I get to eat (Ajahara Vritti).

10. Just as the ocean remains unmoved even though hundreds of rivers fall into it, so also, the wise man should remain unmoved among all sorts of temptations, difficulties and troubles. This is the lesson I have learnt from the ocean.

11. Just as the moth, being enamoured of the brilliance of the fire, falls into it and is burnt up, so also, a passionate man who falls in love with a beautiful girl comes to grief. To control the sense of sight and to fix the mind on the Self is the lesson I have learnt from the moth.

12. Just as black bee sucks the honey from different flowers and does not suck it from only one flower, so also I take only a little food from one house and a little from another house and thus appease my hunger (Madhukari Bhiksha or Madhukari Vritti). I am not a burden on the householder.

13. Bees collect honey with great trouble, but a hunter comes and takes the honey easily. Even so, people hoard up wealth and other things with great difficulty, but they have to leave them all at once and depart when the Lord of Death takes hold of them. From this I have learnt the lesson that it is useless to hoard things.

14. The male elephant, blinded by lust, falls into a pit covered over with grass, even at the sight of a paper-made female elephant. It gets caught, enchained and tortured by the goad. Even so, passionate men fall in the traps of women and come to grief. Therefore, one should destroy lust. This is the lesson I have learnt from the elephant.

15. The deer is enticed and trapped by the hunter through its love of music. Even so, a man is attracted by the music of women of loose character and brought to destruction. One should never listen to lewd songs. This is the lesson I have learnt from the deer.

16. Just as a fish that is covetous of food falls an easy victim to the bait, so also, the man who is greedy of food, who allows his sense of taste to overpower him, loses his independence and easily gets ruined. The greed for food must therefore be destroyed. It is the lesson that I have learnt from the fish.

17. There was a dancing girl named Pingala in the town of Videha. She was tired of looking out for customers one night. She became hopeless. Then she decided to remain content with what she had and then she had sound sleep. I have learnt from that fallen woman the lesson that the abandonment of hope leads to contentment.

18. A raven picked up a piece of flesh. It was pursued and beaten by other birds. It dropped the piece of flesh and attained peace and rest. From this I have learnt the lesson that a man in the world undergoes all sorts of troubles and miseries when he runs after sensual pleasures and that he becomes as happy as the bird when he abandons the sensual pleasures.

19. The child who sucks milk is free from all cares, worries and anxieties, and is always cheerful. I have learnt the virtue of cheerfulness from the child.

20. The parents of a young girl had gone in search of a proper bridegroom for her. The girl was alone in the house. During the absence of the parents, a party of people came to the house to see her on a similar mission. She received the party herself. She went inside to husk the paddy. While she was husking, the glass bangles on both hands made a tremendous jingling noise. The wise girl reflected thus: "The party will detect, by the noise of the bangles, that I am husking the paddy myself and that my family is too poor to engage others to get the work done. Let me break all my bangles except two on each hand”. Accordingly, she broke all the bangles except two on each hand. Even those two bangles created much noise. She broke one more bangle in each hand. There was no further noise though she continued husking. I have learnt from the girl’s experience the following:—Living among many would create discord, disturbance, dispute and quarrel. Even among two persons, there might be unnecessary words or strife. The ascetic or the Sannyasin should remain alone in solitude.

21. A serpent does not build its hole. It dwells in the holes dug out by others. Even so, an ascetic or a Sannyasin should not build a home for himself He should live in the caves and temples built by others. This is the lesson that I have learnt from the snake.

22. The mind of an arrow-maker was once wholly engrossed in sharpening and straightening an arrow. While he was thus engaged, a king passed before his shop with his whole retinue. After some time, a man came to the artisan and asked him whether the king had passed by his shop. The artisan replied that he had not noticed anything. The fact was that the artisan’s mind had been so solely absorbed in his work that he had not known the king’s passing before his shop. I have learnt from the artisan the quality of intense concentration of mind.

23. The spider pours out of its mouth long threads and weaves them into cobwebs. It gets itself entangled in the net of its own making. Even so, man makes a net of his own ideas and gets entangled in it. The wise man should therefore abandon all worldly thoughts and think of Brahman only. This is the lesson I have learnt from the spider.

24. The Bhringi or the beetle catches hold of a worm, puts it in its nest and gives it a sting. The poor worm, always fearing the return of the beetle and the sting, and thinking constantly of the beetle, becomes a beetle itself. Whatever form a man constantly thinks of, he attains in course of time. As a man thinks, so he becomes. I have learnt from the beetle and the worm to turn myself into Atma by contemplating constantly on It and thus to give up all attachment to the body and attain Moksha or liberation".

The signs as things I've heard in my zoology class
  • Aries: They poop from their anus bobanus
  • Taurus: "Leeches pretty much eat themselves into a comatose-like state and stay like that for a while." "Same."
  • Gemini: IT'S LIT
  • Cancer: I love that. Flatworm penis fencing. Like they fence with their penises, how cool is that? You know what, that's the class password. If an intruder ever comes here, he has to say flatworm penis fencing to get in.
  • Leo: You made PASTE out of this poor worm's DIGESTIVE TRACT, what the fuck is WRONG WITH YOU?! Give me that damn poker so I can poke your eyes out.
  • Virgo: "So jellyfish eat and poop from the same place?" "Heard you been talking shit."
  • Libra: *At the top of her lungs* ANUS
  • Scorpio: Now the pokey end of a scorpion is technically called a sting, but we all just call it stinger. Or poisonous stabby bit, owey owey owey.
  • Sagittarius: When spiders want to move to a different place, they eat their previous web because it has so much protein, and they don't want to waste it. You could say they "ate" got the time to get more protein.
  • Capricorn: *Pronounces gizzard like "gizz-ard" instead of "gizz-erd" and cries about it for the rest of the period*
  • Aquarius: This is just like my anime, except in the anime everyone died and there were no hopping sponges
  • Pisces: Gutting a fish is just like gutting a person