reblog this and make me happy :)

giacomctti replied to your post “it makes me so happy when ppl reblog my chris posts, my boy deserves…”

I LOVE CHRIS SO MUCH i’m going to reblog every single thing you post about him ;; ♥♥

sobbing tears of joy rn, I would give that boy the world if I could just look at that face

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anonymous asked:

i love cg blogs they make me so happy i never find them omg

I know exactly how you feel! It makes me so happy when I find another caregiver blog. There are so few of them out there and even fewer of them that are sfw and appropriate for little ones to follow. I have found quite a few of them in my short time on here so far. I have a post listing out some that I found. I will set some time aside later to reblog it and add new ones to the list. 

mis-adventurous  asked:


AHHHHH TYSM 💚💜💙💞💕💘💖💓💗❤💜💞💖💓💘💕💗❤

anonymous asked:

Omg what a Sweet story you reblogged! I’ve been a Conwulf fan for a while and excited to see him with someone so Uber different than he is. Love both you and Clodia together. Keep up the awesome stories. I’ll be cheering for clodwulf

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Awww. That makes me super happy!  @clockmakerclodia is a pretty amazing writer and I’ve been enjoying it a ton. I have no idea where Clodwulf (best/worst ship name ever) will go, but I have a feeling those two will always be on their toes, and there will be lots of ups and downs.

hey @ goyim could y'all reblog this if you're actually willing to listen to Jewish people and protect us?

we really need allies right now, and I know seeing this on people’s blogs could be comforting to other Jewish people. But please don’t do this as performative allyship- actually try and help us irl, or at least learn about antisemitism enough to spot it and call it out.

A handy list of poisons for writing reference, provided to you by me, Bella

Poisoning is one of the oldest murder tactics in the books. It was the old equalizer, and while it’s often associated with women, historically men are no less likely to poison you. This is not a guide on how to poison people, you banana bunches, it’s a guide on writing about poisons in fiction so you don’t end up on a watch list while researching them. I’ve taken that hit for you. You’re welcome. These are just a few of the more classic ones.

  • Hemlock: Hemlock (conium maculatum) is one of the more famous ones, used in ancient times most notably in Socrates’ forced suicide execution. So it goes. The plant has bunches of small, white flowers, and can grow up to ten feet tall. It’s a rather panicky way to die, although it wouldn’t show: hemlock is a paralytic, so the cause of death is most often asphyxiation due to respiratory paralysis, although the mind remains unaffected and aware.
  • Belladonna: Atropa belladonna is also called deadly nightshade. It has pretty, trumpet-shaped purple flowers and dark, shiny berries that actually look really delicious which is ironic since it’s the most toxic part of the plant. The entire plant is poisonous, mind you, but the berries are the most. One of the most potent poisons in its hemisphere, it was used as a beauty treatment, so the story says, and rubbed into the eyes to make the eyes dilate and the cheeks flush. Hench the name beautiful lady. The death is more lethargic than hemlock, although its symptoms are worse: dilated pupils, sensitivity to light, blurred vision, tachycardia, loss of balance, staggering, headache, rash, flushing, severely dry mouth and throat, slurred speech, urinary retention, constipation, confusion, hallucinations, delirium, and convulsions. It’s toxic to animals, but cattle and rabbits can eat it just fine, for some reason. 
  • Arsenic: Arsenic comes from a metalloid and not a plant, unlike the others here, but it’s easily the most famous and is still used today. Instead of being distilled from a plant, chunks of arsenic are dug up or mined. It was once used as a treatment for STDs, and also for pest control and blacksmithing, which was how many poisoners got access to it. It was popular in the middle ages because it looked like a cholera death, due to acute symptoms including stomach cramps, diarrhea, confusion, convulsions, vomiting, and death. Slow poisoning looked more like a heart attack. The Italians famously claimed that a little arsenic improved the taste of wine.
  • Strychnine: Strychnine (strick-nine) is made from the seed of strychnos nux vomica and causes poisoning which results in muscular convulsions and eventually death through asphyxia. Convulsions appear after inhalation or injection—very quickly, within minutes—and take somewhat longer to manifest after ingestion, around approximately 15 minutes. With a very high dose, brain death can occur in 15 to 30 minutes. If a lower dose is ingested, other symptoms begin to develop, including seizures, cramping, stiffness, hypervigilance, and agitation. Seizures caused by strychnine poisoning can start as early as 15 minutes after exposure and last 12 – 24 hours. They are often triggered by sights, sounds, or touch and can cause other adverse symptoms, including overheating, kidney failure, metabolic and respiratory acidosis. During seizures, abnormal dilation, protrusion of the eyes, and involuntary eye movements may occur. It is also slightly hallucinogenic and is sometimes used to cut narcotics. It also notably has no antidote. In low doses, some use it as a performance enhancer.
  • Curare: Chondrodendron tomentosum is lesser known than its famous cousins, but kills in a very similar way to hemlock. It is slow and terrible, as the victim is aware and the heart may beat for many minutes after the rest of the body is paralyzed. If artificial respiration is given until the poison subsides, the victim will survive.
  • WolfsbaneAconitum has several names; Monkshood, aconite, Queen of Poisons, women’s bane, devil’s helmet) and is a pretty, purple plant with gourd-shaped flowers. The root is the most potent for distillation. Marked symptoms may appear almost immediately, usually not later than one hour, and with large doses death is near instantaneous. Death usually occurs within two to six hours in fatal poisoning. The initial signs are gastrointestinal including nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. This is followed by a sensation of burning, tingling, and numbness in the mouth and face, and of burning in the abdomen. In severe poisonings pronounced motor weakness occurs and sensations of tingling and numbness spread to the limbs. The plant should be handled with gloves, as the poison can seep into the skin.
  • FoxgloveDigitalis is large with trumpet-shaped flowers that can be many colors, but usually a pinkish shade. It may have from the term foxes-glew, which translated to fairy music. Intoxication causes nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, as well as sometimes resulting in xanthopsia (jaundiced or yellow vision) and the appearance of blurred outlines (halos), drooling, abnormal heart rate, cardiac arrhythmias, weakness, collapse, dilated pupils, tremors, seizures, and even death. Slowed heartbeat also occurs. Because a frequent side effect of digitalis is reduction of appetite and the mortality rate is low, some individuals have used the drug as a weight-loss aid. It looks a bit like comfrey, which is an aid for inflammation. Make sure not to confuse the two.

Victor’s Life & Love…

Just a little something of Yuuri holding little Koichi, as Victor falls in love all over again.

Happy Father’s Day to all. 💖

Koichi belongs to @ureshisan-universe .

ok but consider this: kageyama shigeo is autistic

- sticks very strictly to rules, which become guiding principles of how the world works/should work (“you’re not supposed to use psychic powers on people”)

- was ostracized for being unable to read peoples’ emotions/perceive the mood/understand implications (“Mob… can’t you read the atmosphere?”)

- flat affect (“Why do you look so bored?” “But I’m not bored…”)

- extremely oblivious to lying, deception, and bad intentions (see: reigen, onigawara, the LOL cult, etc)

- generally always takes what people say at face value (“but, see, it says it’s a girl” “a girl wouldn’t write that they’re a girl!!”)

- his difficulty with recognizing/feeling/processing his emotions. arguably this is related to him trying to control his powers, but he says he’s been this way since birth - “this way” being unable to show emotions or respond to other peoples’ emotions the way they expect or want him to, often rendering him alone. i don’t know about you but That’s Highly Relatable As An Autistic Person Gee Huh

- finally: literally never knows what’s going on (like. same)