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Your first love gets you raw and open and naive and strong. Your first love gets the secrets that you never even knew you were meant to keep buried away. Your first love teaches you that love isn’t about reckless kissing and hands all over the place, that it’s actually about learning and understanding and compromise and feeling so happy you might explode.

Your first love takes you to the mountain tops and the stars there are more spectacular than any you’ve ever seen. Your first love sits with you until your head finds a home in the crevice between their neck and shoulder and you want to stay, more than anything, you want to stay.

Your first love laughs at your jokes and suddenly you are the world’s greatest comedian, it doesn’t matter that no one ever found you funny before, it doesn’t matter than tomorrow you still have to face the world. Your first love is like a safe, where you hide the treasures most precious to you because you think they’ll be around forever.

Your first love teaches you loneliness, teaches you about endings and goodbyes and emptiness. Your first love makes breaking an arm sound like a walk in the park. Your first love promises that they won’t forget and you believe them until you see them kissing someone else on the street that you used to meet.

Your first love makes you bitter.

And your second love makes that bitterness go away.

—  S.Z. // Excerpt from a book I’ll never write #167 // “Talk about your first love?“ ; "I feel like second loves don’t get enough credit.”

Silver Star Mountain Bigfoot

On November 17, 2005 an anonymous backpacker took these photos on top of Silver Star Mountain in Gifford Pinchot National Forest in Washington. He claims there was nobody else around and that the figure in the photos is not that of another backpacker. When zoomed in the photos truly don’t look like a backpacker at all, and the body proportions look significantly larger than an average human. There’s no visible backpack, camping gear or clothing on the figure as well. The figure in question truly does appear to be that of a large bipedal animal, and many believe it’s a Sasquatch. The backpacker said the snow was very deep and it would be unwise for any backpacker or snowshoer to be up there. What was truly photographed up on Silver Star will remain unknown, but most cryptozoologists and Bigfoot enthusiasts believe it is without a doubt, a Sasquatch.

Capricorn Mythology

The Capricorn zodiac sign is often interpreted as being either a goat or a sea-goat, which is basically a creature with the front half of a goat and the tail of a fish. In actuality, both goat and sea-goat are appropriate symbols to represent Capricorn mythology.

The story behind the Capricorn zodiac sign begins with the sea-goat Pricus. Pricus is the father of the race of sea-goats, who are known to be intelligent and honorable creatures who live in the sea near the shore. They can speak and think and are favored by the gods.

Pricus is tied to Chronos (Greek mythology), the god of time. Chronos is the creator of the immortal Pricus, who shares Chronos’s ability to manipulate time.

The legend that ties Pricus to Capricorn mythology begins when the younger sea-goats, Pricus’s children, find their way onto the shore. The sea-goats seem to be naturally drawn to the shore. They can use their front goat legs to pull themselves onto the beach and lay in the sun. The longer they stay on shore, though, the more they “evolve” from sea-goats into regular goats. Their fish tails become hind legs and they lose their ability to think and speak, essentially becoming the goats that we know today.

This upsets Pricus a great deal. As the father of the sea-goat race, he is determined to make sure that his children never get to the shore. If they do, he fears they will become mindless animals who can never return to sea.

After losing several of his children to the land, Pricus decides to use his ability to reverse time to force his children to return to the sea. During this time reversal, everything on earth, except Pricus, reverses itself to where it was previously, thus the goats revert back to the time to before they returned to land.

Pricus, being unaffected by the time shift, is the only one who knows what is to become of the sea-goats. He tries to warn them, even forbid them from setting foot onto the shore, but no matter what he does, or how many times he reverses time, the sea-goats eventually still find their way onto land and become regular goats.

The pivotal moment in Capricorn mythology occurs when Pricus finally realizes that he cannot control the destiny of his children, and that trying to keep them in the sea will never work, no matter how many times to tries to “start over”. He resigns himself to his loneliness, and chooses to no longer reverse time, instead letting his children live their lives out to their own destiny.

In his misery, Pricus begs Chronos to let him die, as he cannot bear to be the only sea-goat left. Chronos instead allows him to live out his immortality in the sky, as the constellation Capricorn. Now he can see his children even on the highest mountain tops from the stars.

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anonymous asked:

may i suggest a fic where janna climbs up a mountain and screams at the top of her lungs abour how gay she is for star butterfly

“Why did we climb this mountain when we could’ve have used the dimensional scissors?” Star asked.

“I wanna feel accomplished,” Janna answered.

They have both finally reached the top of the mountain. “Yay we finally reached the top of the mountain!” Star smiled.

Janna took a deep breath. “IM SO GAY FOR STAR!” She yelled.

Star became teary eyed. “Awww!” She cooed.

“IM SO GAY FOR JANNA!” Star yelled.

Janna took Star’s hand. “Glad were on the same page.”


“Wait weren’t those two ban from the park?” A voice asked.

“Shit Star! We’ve been caught!” Janna yelled as she grabbed Star’s hand. “Now lets use the dimensional scissors!”


Kamino was the watery world where the clone army for the Galactic Republic was created. It was inhabited by a race of tall, elegant beings called the Kaminoans known for their cloning technology. The planet was composed of a molten core with a rocky mantle and silicate rock crust. Climatic change had long ago submerged the planet’s continents, drowning the planet under a global ocean that covered almost all of the surface, with a few islands left that were once mountain tops.