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favorite scent: you know when you’re in a forest n everything smells so clean n fresh n pure ?? probably that smell
favourite colour: changes really often but it’s currently green !
favourite animal: mm idk !! all animals r cute ;-((((
coffee | tea | hot cocoa: all three dkghjd
average sleep hours: anywhere from No sleep to Too Much sleep rippo
cat or dog person: both hjfghjsd i Can’t choose
favourite fictional character: winnie the pooh :-(
number of blankets you sleep with: mm depends on how hot it is n stuff
dream trip: i’d love to just travel all around the world !! there’s just so many things to see and do and hear and appreciate and experience and i just !!!! i’d really love to go with someone i really care about so i dunno !! maybe it’ll happen someday :-(
blog created: late last year !!
number of followers: as many as u want me to have ;-) but m actually p close to my nxt hundred #nospon
random fact: i have a heart shaped vein on my right hand n i think its p coolio
Five Historical Figures Who Were Really Watermelons
President Benjamin Harrison was the 23rd president of the United States, but recent documents reveal that he never spoke, nor moved of his own volition. This in combination with his green complexion and subtle, refreshing flavor suggest he was in fact a watermelon.
Benedict Arnold is one of history’s most famous traitors. But did he act because he hated America, or because he was really the fruit of a vine-like flowering plant? Historical photos suggest the latter.
Jane Austen. Author, or watermelon? Though her body of work suggests the former, new genetic evidence from her grave reveals that she was in fact a specimen of Citrullus lanatus. Records of her autopsy revealing many small black seeds also confirms the suspicion.
Peter Sellers was a popular actor and comedian in the mid-20th century, but careful analysis of his films proves that he too was a watermelon. A particularly revealing close-up from the movie Being There clearly shows his green stripes and pink interior.
Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon, or was he? Buzz Aldrin may have been the first man to walk on the lunar surface if new allegations of Armstrong’s watermelonhood prove correct. The most telling evidence is his famous quote, of which clearer radio recordings show he said, “One small step for a Watermel- I mean MAN, one giant leap for waterm- Er, MANkind.”
D: Rain… wow…. it’s even more fascinating in real life R: Hey! Don’t TOUCH it! D: Relax Raphie, it’s just water M: Wow. It makes everything all shiny! What about lightning? Can we see some lightning? L: No. Sensei, let’s go home, please? S: Do not fear my son. Donatello’s right, it won’t hurt you. It’s just water and noise.
Splinter decided he needed to show the tots the explanation behind the low rumbling noises and the extra water running through the sewers first hand with a little family excursion. A team: suspicious and wary, B team: intrigued and enthralled.