You’re on the tube sometimes and you see a lady who’s got a hat and gloves. And then you see the girl that’s sitting next to her and she’s wearing, y’know, torn jeans and uggs, and the girl is me and I’m looking at her going “a bit of glamour would be lovely.”
The narwhal(Monodon monoceros), is a medium-sized toothed whale that, along with the beluga whale is one of two living species of whale in the Monodontidae family. It lives year-round in the Arctic waters around Greenland, Canada, and Russia. The most conspicuous characteristic of the male narwhal is a single long tusk, a canine tooth that projects from the left side of the upper jaw, through the lip, and forms a left-handed helix spiral. A tusk grows throughout life, reaching a length of about 5-10 feet in length. It is hollow and weighs around 22 pounds. About one in 500 males has two tusks, occurring when the right canine also grows out through the lip. Only about 15 percent of females grow a tusk, which typically is smaller than a male tusk, with a less noticeable spiral. Collected in 1684, there is only one known case of a female growing a second tusk.
“GENDER ISNT IMPORTANT IN LIKING SOMEONE.”
- Kim Wonshik, 2016
Remember when Ravi proved to everyone that he really is an angel after saying that he likes both of his male and female fans even when the radio hosts badgered him to say otherwise?