strong-leg

I used to be really ashamed any time the inner thighs of my jeans ripped because of my legs rubbed against each other.

But now, I take it as a sign of power. Like look at how strong my legs are. They help me work and stand up straight and carry me each step of the way.

Plus the thicker the thighs, the easier it is to crush heads between them.

2 Types of each of the Zodiac Signs

ARIES 

Type 1: Blue eyes, blonde hair, tall, thick, athletic build, sharp facial features, generous and kind, but when they get angry it’s absolutely terrifying, loves Mexican food, anything with lots of spices

Type 2: Brown hair, hazel to brown eyes, most likely an Aries-Taurus cusp, awkward, anxious, shy, but very impulsive and quick-tempered

***Aries is prone to migraines***

TAURUS

Type 1: Loud, stubborn, hilarious, tv show and video game obsessed, most likely a class clown, short, loves to spoil their friends, has a vice of some sort (drinking, smoking, sex, food, etc)

Type 2: Quiet but very weird and eccentric around close friends, intelligent, musically inclined, bright eyes, sensitive skin, does not usually listen to advice given, determined to achieve, loves anything related to the arts (music, poetry, books, art)

***Taurus is prone to over indulging in food***

GEMINI:

Type 1: Bubbly, talkative, huge smile, obsessed with nature and animals, hobbies include hiking, swimming, and constantly traveling, great fashion sense, sparkling eyes, average to tall in height, slim build

Type 2: laid-back style, down to earth, casual to hippie fashion, also obsessed with nature, knowledgeable about plants and trees, calm, open minded, thick hair, average build

***Gemini is prone to asthma, infections, and the flu***

CANCER:

Type 1: dainty, small frame, soft hair, sweet and shy, love for psychology and true crime, temperamental at times, short

Type 2: round features, thick and dark hair, usually average height, gregarious, emotional, movie obsessed, probably owns lots of perfumes and lotions

***Cancer is prone to stomach problems***

LEO:

Type 1: Strong features, wide forehead, thick hair, explosive, boastful, loud, excitable

Type 2: Thin hair, light colored eyes (light blue, light brown, etc), protective, family oriented, spiritual, moral, modest, can be terrifying when angry

***Leo is prone to heart problems and back pain***

VIRGO:

Type 1: Thick hair, blue or hazel eyes(where appropriate, if you don’t have this eye color it’s ok this is just a common theme in type 1), practical, serious, does not like attention, prone to OCD or ADHD, critical, anxious and irritable, intelligent, neat, close group of friends, sensitive skin, prone to hives, lupus, etc

Type 2: Hypochondriac, preppy in appearance, refined taste, intellectual, slim build, bookworm, probably obsessed with YouTube and blogging sites

***Virgo is prone to mental health issues and problems with the intestines***

LIBRA:

Type 1: Average to thick in weight, usually tall, thick, long hair, bright eyes with a “knowing” stare, straightforward, generous, friendly, passionate about music and writing, mature

Type 2: Calm, charming, tan or dark skin, tall, slender build, very few serious relationships throughout life, deemed a player, love of sports, video games, introvert

***Libra is prone to weight gain and problems with the kidneys or bladder***

SCORPIO:

Type 1: Impulsive, secretive, unpredictable, always smells like perfume or cologne, tall, straight to wavy hair, philosophical, “extra”, few close friends, great sense of humor, talented 

Type 2: Serious stare, average to tall, loves music, a huge movie critic, possessive, close to family, wide shoulders, strong

***Scorpio is prone to digestive issues, problems with reproductive organs, and constipation***

SAGITTARIUS:

Type 1: Tall, athletic build, popular, loves sports (including dancing and cheerleading), charismatic, smart, adventurous, hilarious, noncommittal, probably a “player”, but usually settles down later in life, overindulgence, can be an asshole tbh

Type 2: Short, average to thick build, love of music, art, animals, and traveling, optimistic, bubbly, philosophical, strong legs, jovial, expressive, short fuse, probably owns lots of pets or wants to

***Sagittarius is prone to liver and thigh issues, including high blood pressure, sciatica and torn ligaments (to name a few)***

CAPRICORN:

Type 1: Slender, bony, deep-set serious eyes, usually long hair, down to earth, home-body, family oriented, either loves or hates reading (no in between), intelligent, doesn’t normally express their feelings

Type 2: Average-thick build, tends to be bossy, mature, stern, ordinary, long term goals, possibly will become a doctor, teacher, or scientist, hardworking, generous, actually really funny

***Capricorn is prone to skin conditions, arthritis, and weight issues***

AQUARIUS:

Type 1: dark and thick hair, slender, unique, possibly deemed “weird” to others,unusual style, interested in the field of music, acting, etc., personality stands out

Type 2: Serious, mature, casual style, eccentric, odd interests, blue eyes, short in height, sparkling with life

***Aquarius tends to be prone to epilepsy, neurologic disorders, bad falls possibly injuring feet or ankles, and brain tumors***

PISCES:

Type 1: Short-average height, hypnotic usually very big and bold eyes, quiet but not shy, loves music, philosophical, passionate, hardworking, considers their friends as their family, poetic, stern voice

Type 2: Plump, average height, benevolent, mysterious, golden heart with a bad temper, almost impossible to “read”

***Pisces is prone to colds, bronchitis, sensitivity to temperatures, and issues related to the feet***

***IF YOU RELATE TO BOTH, YOU PROBABLY HAVE MORE OF THE SIGN IN YOUR NATAL CHART (google it)***

***Friendly reminder that I offer tarot readings for only $1! Message me for details!! ~Luminatress***

You Owe Me

Spencer Reid x Reader (smut)

Requested: Yes. You guys wanted a part two to Let Me Help and so I delivered ;)

Word Count: 1,811, Warnings: Swearing, NSFW, Oral Sex, Wall Sex, Just sex in general tbh.

A/N: So I seriously don’t know whether this is good or not lmao, I tried my hardest. I was listening to Feel It by Jacquees whilst writing it and just oh my god if you haven’t heard it please listen to it. Nevertheless, I hope you enjoy it!

After you managed to catch the UnSub that was disfiguring women and stabbing them in the chest you and the rest of the team were heading back to Quantico on the jet. You sat down in the comfy, creme coloured chair and closed your unrested eyes as you heard the rest of the team load onto the jet. You hugged your form as the air conditioning pumped throughout the plane whilst getting ready for take off. You felt someone sit opposite you, but you couldn’t bring yourself to open your eyes. You were so tired from the long nights and the constant moving around that you just wanted to relax for once.

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beaureqard  asked:

pls disragard these questions if you arent feeling like explaining anthropology that is probably not within your specific field, but i have questions and somehow youre the most accessible source for answers about ancient-ass humans. so: why are humans so much hardier than other animals? like if you break a horse's bone that horse is kaput, but people bounce back from shit like missing limbs. how are we so cool? also, how prevalent (and when) was pursuit predation? also, thanks! have a nice day

OH no worries, this is something I teach every year and it’s REALLY COOL. There’s footnotes and works cited below the jump if you want them, and I can point you at some other work if this is something you’re interested in reading about.

Humans are ridiculously resilient. The reason for this has a lot to do with the tradeoffs we made for endurance rather than speed. Human walking is really energy efficient (it’s really just controlled falling) compared to a horse’s galloping, and we have pretty well-muscled legs. Our plantigrade feet mean that there’s not as much energy when we spring off compared to an animal that runs on their toes, but at the same time, we spend a lot less energy moving around. 

Our muscles and leg anatomy have a lot to do with it, too. Let’s look at a horse’s leg compared to a human’s.

Horses in particular have a hard time with broken legs because they have a LOT of mass resting on on those legs. Horses’ legs are basically built to go fast- their leg bones are actually quite light, and below the ankle there’s… well, basically nothing. Just tendon and skin- there’s no big muscles to stabilize or cushion the bone. This means that there’s less weight to drag around so the horse can escape a predator more quickly, but it comes with a major tradeoff- if a horse breaks their lower leg, it tends to shatter. In the wild, this is going to make the horse extremely easy to pick off. But like I said up there, humans- unlike horses- don’t run on our toes. Our ankle bones are chunky and strong, and our lower legs are cushioned with muscle and fat. 

But our healing ability goes beyond just basic anatomy! Our group dynamics also play into this, too. If a horse breaks a leg, what can the other horses do about it? The injured horse still has its biological needs to fulfill; it has to eat, drink, and evade predators. It has to keep moving- it can’t lie down for a few weeks and let the leg heal. But that’s not true of humans and our closest relatives! I’ll use Neanderthals for this example because I like them a lot, but the same goes for early modern humans, too. 

Let’s say that some Neanderthals are out on the hunt, and Thog gets knocked against a tree trunk by a mammoth and she breaks her leg. Because Thog’s a member of a social species, it’s not the end of the world for her or her group. The rest of her crew can keep hunting and Thog can limp back home, where her grandfather looks after her and her younger sister brings her water. She’s able to rest and keep weight off the broken leg, which means that so long as she keeps whatever wounds there might be relatively clean, sepsis is less likely. Group living means that you don’t have to be self-sufficient; no hominin is an island. Part of why we’re so successful is that our ability to care for each other ensures better group survival. If your reproductive-age individuals are also providers, group care means that you’re less likely to lose them

We know from looking at Neanderthal skeletons that they were injured frequently and were able to shake it off and survive; even elderly individuals with severe arthritis are often found in group contexts, suggesting they weren’t left behind. And we are talking serious injuries here- not just broken legs, but head and neck trauma, too. There’s a famous paper* that says that most Neanderthal injuries came from close contact hunting (due to them being mostly head and neck injuries rather than lower body injuries), but more up-to-date research notes that actually, Neanderthals could- and did- get hurt pretty much everywhere**. 

As to when pursuit predation came into effect, the best guess we have is “probably sometime around two million years ago, practiced by Homo erectus/ergaster.” One way we can tell this is by diet. Mandibles are very quick to adapt to dietary pressures, so by comparing mandibles to things with known diets, we’re able to tell what’s going on. Add that to dental wear and morphology studies and chemical analysis of subfossils’*** teeth and we can get a pretty good picture of who’s eating what. What we see with the H. erectus/ergaster complex of species is that they’re eating a wide variety of very tough foods; their jaws and molars suggest that they were eating root vegetables, tough meat, tubers, bone marrow, honey- really, anything they could find. We also know that they were eating a fairly high calorie diet compared to their predecessors; this was necessary for brain development- and we know that these calories came from meat. As average brain mass increases, so does evidence of meat-eating. Brain development is expensive- you have to put a lot of nutrients into it- nutrients that are really hard to get from plants alone. One way to feed the family is by hunting- though realistically this didn’t happen all that regularly. Rather, it’s more likely that hunting supplemented gathering, as it does with many forager groups today; hunting takes a lot of energy and can be dangerous.

Archaeology also points to the “around two million years ago” date based on stone tool deposits and fossil prey species. One good example of this is Kanjera in Kenya; it’s a site by Lake Victoria that has good evidence for persistence hunting. There’s quite a lot of gazelle and antelope skeletons that aside from stone tool marks, don’t have a lot of damage. It looks like these were brought to the site for butchering- and they would have had to be hunted because hyenas, lions, and other predators and scavengers will actually eat those bones. Gazelles are a lot faster than humans, and the hominins of the time didn’t really do projectiles; rather, it’s more likely they ran the gazelles down until they were exhausted, then dragged them back to this lakeside camp site to process and eat. It’s likely that this strategy helped fuel the migration of Homo into Asia; once you’re able to hunt big game, your movement is less restricted by the availability of small animals, scavenged meat, and seasonal plants; you can follow herd animals and just chase one whenever you need to eat. However, the exact role that hunting and scavenging played in the development of the Homo genus is something that archaeologists and physical anthropologists do not agree on- when you’re trying to figure out what a species eats and how they got their food, you gotta realize that this can vary heavily by what’s available, what predators are in the area, your own group’s composition, and myriad other factors that can affect food acquisition. 

One thing we do know for sure: Persistence hunting works. Our species is super good at it, even today. If you’d like to see some persistence hunting in action, it’s actually still used by San groups in Africa.

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Something Else (NSFW)

#Challenge of Raven. @bloodstained-porcelain-doll

Pairing: Sam x Reader
Characters: Alpha!Sam Winchester, Omega!Reader
Warnings: ABO dynamics, dirty talk, smut, shameless smut, knotting sex, breeding kink, straight PWP. I’m using @kittenofdoomage ABO rules here. @bloodstained-porcelain-doll beta’ed this.
Prompt: “I love hearing your voice when you sing, but baby, right now Daddy needs you to use your mouth for something else…”


Originally posted by itsokaysammy

“Nasty, naughty boy” was playing so loud on your headphones that you wouldn’t be able to hear a shot if someone used a gun by your side, but who cared? You were alone in the bunker, Dean had left with Castiel when you reached pre-heat and Sam was on a supply run. So, you could dance and sing without anyone interrupting you. You danced slowly, singing loudly and not even caring if someone walked in on you.

You felt Sam’s scent seconds before he pressed himself against you. Your legs weakened instantly when you realised how hard he was and how strong he smelled. His rut had hit earlier than expected.

Your headphones were pulled out and tossed on the table a few inches from Sam’s hands, and he put his face in the crook of your neck.

“I love hearing your voice when you sing, but baby, right now Daddy needs you to use your mouth for something else…”

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Title: Can’t Lose You

Pairing: Prince Sidon / Link | SidLink

Rating: Explicit

Tags: anal sex, rimming, comfort sex, shark dude loves a blondie

Summary: After a little of Link’s blood gets into a quick moving river, he and Sidon have a heart to heart about their fears of losing one another.

Continue reading here or check it out on AO3! Comments, reblogs, likes and kudos are all appreciated!

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Staring up at the dimming sky above him, he made a mental note in the back of his mind that perhaps he shouldn’t rush down a steep, rocky slope.

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