the vapors



In warm weather, the morning dew is a well-known phenomenon; but in cold weather, we may get hoarfrost instead. Hoarfrost, like dew, forms on cold, clear nights when heat is released from the ground faster than it can be replaced. If the surface is above freezing, water vapor condenses into dew; if it falls below the freezing point, frost can form. If there is enough water vapor present, hoarfrost can form.

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I must say I am incredibly disappointed in your company. I have yet to receive a body pillow that resembles Corin's likeness for me to hold and softly hump while I sleep.

What? Are you serious? You haven’t gotten yours yet? Oh, that makes me ill. I have to go down to the Division of Comfort and RAISE FUCKING HELL because you don’t have your Corin likeness body pillow. How are you alive right now? What have you been doing without this? It’s like hearing that someone hasn’t been on the Internet before. I think… I just swallowed some vomit. I’m… I’m gonna cry. You poor soul. Oh, I need to lay down.