ok so im gonna preface this by saying that botanists debate who the real smolest tree boi is. like, to judge a smol tree boi u gotta first decide what a tree boi is, and we dont have an official definition??? the closest u can find is the idea that a tree is a plant that gets secondary growth each year so like. if it got rings when u cut it open, its a tree, and if it only has vegetative growth (think banana trees) its not technically a tree. but then like is a shrub a tree?? are all woody plants trees????? is a shrub different from a bush???? we just dont know man we literally dont. we havent decided yet its a mystery. things that real botanists have decided on:
but anyway yeah so just to clear things up we’re gonna use the definition outlined in the book “Elsevier’s dictionary of forestry” published in 2004, which defines that if a woody perennial that got leaf is 3 meters tall (9.84 feet), he a tree, and if its less its a shrub. so in that case, the smolest tree possible is a tree that is exactly 9.84 feet tall at maturity. which can be a lot of things.
now, if we’re talking about the smolest shrub, then the botany community has identified a theoretical smol bab that isnt officially a tree but might be depending on who you take the tree definition from?????
this is Salix herbacea (dwarf willow), a very, very smol willow species adapted to arctic environments. usually it only gets about 1-6 cm tall. they stretch out and sometimes form older trunks when they crawl that make them look a liiiittle bit more like a conventional tree that just oozed everywhere like (x) (x) (pic is public domain)
whoa careful dont get lost in the forest
he crawl but he also grow tol u feel
so there is the smolest tree boi depending on who u ask
Late night destressing, plus a little bit of vent art.
Jumin is such a complex character. His personality is so much deeper than what it first seems, and he’s such an interesting person to doodle whenever I feel lost, confused, or basically unsure of myself. I can really relate to how he bottles everything up (and that’s bad yo, I know I’m a hypocrite for saying this, but please don’t bottle up your emotions, whether positive or not, bc jumin’s route wasn’t lying, it really does start killing you from inside). But I’m glad that Cheritz allowed for MC to show empathy and be compassionate, because I do think he deserves to have a happy ending.
All of you do, okay?^^ You all deserve a happy ending, and if any one of you feels lost, or need someone to talk to, I’m here! I’m not just saying this for the heck of it, I’m willing to do whatever I can to make you believe in yourself again.
- Dances into a mission while listening to “Come and get your love”
- Keeps the name Star-Lord that his mum gave him and is seriously disappointed when people don’t remember it
- Actually befriends Rocket and Groot who tried to kidnap and sell him
- Goes to save Gamora from Drax although she potentially wanted to kill him
- Sweet-talks a guy into lending him his artificial leg because he thought Rocket needs it
- Is somehow charming and smart enough that Drax decides to follow him, although their prison break is chaotic and not very successful looking
- Goes back into prison to get his Walkman because heck, no, we’re not leaving that behind.
- Decides to keep the Infinity Stone far, far away from Ronan because even though this Galaxy may not have done much for him, he is not going to let it get destroyed
- Goes out into space to save Gamora from certain death even though he endangers himself
- Manages to convince Yondu and the Ravagers to help protect Xandar from Ronan because it’s the right thing to do (he goads them with money, but that’s not his goal)
- freaking distracts Ronan with dancing
- takes the burden of the infinity stone upon himself, because the risk of dying is better than letting Ronan have it
- outsmarts Yondu and manages to get the Infinity Stone back AND deliver the Captain a new trinket
- Somehow befriends Dey from the Nova Corpse enough that the guy accepts his help and seems to actually respect him
- Decides to keep his new friends around instead of them all becoming outlaws, thieves and thugs again because they can actually do good (and earn money. But mostly do good)
- is smart and charming and a little brat and a dork and actually a very good person even though he was and is an outlaw.
- in the end decides that infinite life is not as good as kicking your father’s ass for killing your mum, destroying your Walkman and endangering your found family.
Peter Quill is far from perfect, invincible or completely good, but he is a good guy at heart, and does his very best, and all of that is his character and the way Meredith Quill and Yondu Udonta taught.
And yes, Peter Quill turned out not half-bad, let me tell you.
People are often unreasonable,
illogical and self-centered;
Forgive them anyway.
If you are kind,
people may accuse you of selfish ulterior motives;
Be kind anyway.
If you are successful,
you will win some false friends and true enemies;
If you are honest and frank,
people may cheat you;
Be honest anyway.
What you spend years building,
someone could destroy overnight;
If you find serenity and happiness,
they may be jealous;
Be happy anyway.
The good you do today,
people will often forget tomorrow;
Do good anyway.
Give the world the best you have,
and it may never be enough;
Give the world the best you’ve got anyway.
You see, in the final analysis,
it is between you and God;
It was never between you and them anyway.