tuna life


“Stop filming and give us the damn tuna!”

Video by ©Life With 17 Cats

It’s almost 2 a.m. and I was hungry. Usualy I just ignore and go to sleep… but today it was almost impossible… I was having this urge to just… EAT A TUNA SANDWISH…
wich is exactly what I am doing… alone… in my room… at 2 a.m…. in darkness… eating a tuna sandwish… wondering what the hell am I doing with my life

(The bff @silveredsilhouettes is makin’ me divulge personal information again, but that’s okay because I like doing these (and I like talking about myself, lololololol))  

Name 10 favorite characters from 10 different things

  1. Neku Sakuraba – The World Ends With You (forever my spicy tuna roll son, i’ve never related to a character more)
  2. Prompto Argentum – FFXV (listen…….y’all have talked to me…..)
  3. Squall “Actual Brick Wall” Leonhart – FFVIII 
  4. Kell Maresh – A Darker Shade of Magic
  5. Kirby (who tf wouldn’t like Kirby??? Satan, probably)
  6. Tsunayoshi Sawada – KHR (he’s the only anime protag i’ve actually really liked???)
  7. Stan Marsh – South Park (cynical, sarcastic, and depressed?? s a m e)
  8. Dark Pit – Kid Icarus: Uprising (me as a teenager, lmaoooo)
  9. Aloy – Horizon Zero Dawn (she is s a v a g e, and i love her)
  10. Sora – Kingdom Hearts (he’s TOO CUTE to not love, omfg!!)

I’m not sure who to tag ‘cause I feel like anyone I tag is like, “ugh, god, one of these again???” So if you’re reading this and want to do it, go for it!!!

So I was listening to Tili Tili Bom and thought I heard “vriska” somewhere (maybe like 0:42)

So I went onto trusty Google Translate and vriska is not a russian word.


I poked around for a bit with other names and-

this one’s kinda funny but kinda not

this one makes sense

so does this one because, y’know. arachnid, aranea

yeah, he wishes

i don’t see the connection here i can’t make a joke

I just–

she scream

  • Avaric: If we were in the wild, I would attack you, even if you weren't in my food chain. I would go out of my way to attack you.
  • Elphaba:
  • Avaric: If I were a Lion and you were a Tuna, I would swim out in the middle of the ocean and freaking eat you.
  • Elphaba:
  • Avaric: And then I'd bang your Tuna girlfriend.
  • Elphaba:
  • Avaric:
  • Elphaba: OK, first off: a Lion, swimming in the ocean? Lions don't like water. If you placed it near a river or some sort of fresh water source, that makes sense. But you find yourself in the ocean, 20 foot waves, I'm assuming off the coast of the South Vinkus, coming up against a full grown 800 pound Tuna with her 20 or 30 friends, you lose that battle, you lose that battle 9 times out of 10. And guess what, you've wandered into our school of Tuna and we now have a taste of Lion. We've talked to ourselves. We've communicated and said 'You know what, Lion tastes good, let's go get some more Lion'. We've developed a system to establish a beach-head and aggressively hunt you and your family and we will corner your pride, your children, your offspring.
  • Avaric: How you gonna do that?
  • Elphaba: We will construct a series of breathing apparatus with kelp. We will be able to trap certain amounts of oxygen. It's not gonna be days at a time. An hour? Hour forty-five? No problem. That will give us enough time to figure out where you live, go back to the sea, get some more oxygen, and stalk you. You just lost at your own game. You're outgunned and out-manned.
  • Avaric:
  • Elphaba: Did that go the way you thought it was gonna go? Nope.

Rough toothed dolphins, Costa Rica by Joost van Uffelen
Via Flickr:
These images, which include an encounter with a huge whaleshark were taken far offshore off Costa Rica close to an illegal fishing device (FAD). This Fish Aggregation Device was a raftlike structure manufactured to attract as much sealife as possible, but mainly spawning tuna. Purse sein fisheries scoop up all life that has accumulated around the raft with their massive nets. Any bycatch from small fish to this huge whaleshark, dolphins and even seaturtles are killed in the process. That is why these FAD’s are illegal. They are however used widely in the pacific to feed our tuna riddled dishes..