wear the pig

Anonymous said: Could you maybe write something with the smiths and pines families for #26(thanksgiving)

I wasn’t really sure what to write so I opted for illustrating this prompt instead. Happy Thanksgiving to my fellow Canadians!

Junkrat in a wedding dress. Roadhog in a tux.

A scared priest held at gun point. On Junkrats side there is only bombs with faces. On Roadhogs there’s his pachimari and pigs. Very beautiful. I want it. Junker wedding. But Roadhog and Junkrat style.

Single most important thing for a veterinarian to remember about the species they are treating

As vets we have to retain an awful lot of knowledge about a bunch of different species in our brain, but I could only impart one factoid onto a new vet for each species, these would be it.

Dog: Everything that can go wrong will go wrong, in a German Shepherd

Cat: Species most likely to send you to the hospital.

Horse: Species most likely to send you to the morgue.

Cattle:  Hygiene and lube.

Sheep: Not little cows!

Goats: Not funny sheep!

Deer: Don’t. Just shoot them.

Birds: No diaphragm, if you squeeze them they will die.

Raptors(eg eagles) : Much easier to handle with a sock over their head.

Chickens: If it’s egg bound there is no such thing as too much lube.

Water birds: Projectile feces. Aim with care.

Rabbits:  Drug sensitivities

Guinea Pigs: Lethal penicillin

Rats & Mice: It’s going to be a tumor.

Snakes: Don’t leave them in a cage. They get out.

Lizards: 90% of the time it’s a husbandry problem

Aussie mammals: Don’t wrestle wombats, you can’t win.

Fish: You can MacGuyver an anesthetic rig from two buckets, some tubing, a straw, a clean cat litter tray and some alfaxan. Do not use electro-cautery on a wet fish.

Ferrets: Most of their problems are from the same area; the kidneys, adrenals and ovaries seem to be part of a club to cause havoc for this species.

Pigs: Wear ear muffs, because they scream like you wouldn’t believe, and remember that they’re bred for meat, which is muscle and they know how to use it.

This is not an attempt to condense veterinary medicine into a few dozen sentences. But if you can only remember one thing, make it a useful one.

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🙄So we just finished another shoot and they called her again to postpone the competition, this is the 3rd time they did this btw so Na’na is getting a little annoyed at this point. Don’t mind her aggy face though, she won’t be like this for long. I’m gonna take her out for lunch because just like me, I know food will cheer her up, especially AUTHENTIC tacos and chicken rice bowls!!!😊 Have a good day baby’s!!!!!😘

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! “The Wearing of the Grin”, 1951, directed by Chuck Jones. 

Wholesome Week Day 7 - AU OF CHOICE

I was really happy with how this one turned out so I figured I’d post it a little early.

SURPRISE!!!

So in this Alternate Universe @moringmark@spatziline and their pet pig move into the Diaz’s neighborhood. The two quickly befriend Star and Marco, and join them on their adventures (with hilarious results). Also, Mr. and Mrs. Diaz love them to bits. Sugaritos are their new favorite food.

“Why is your pig wearing sunglasses?”

“His future’s so bright, he’s gotta wear shades!”

“Oink.”

Bromance Headcanons
  • Naruto: Sasuke please come back to the Village!
  • Sasuke: Naruto it's been 3 years since I left the village. Why won't you leave me alone?
  • Naruto: Because...
  • Sasuke, blushing: omg is he really going to say what I thi-
  • Naruto: Because you are my friend!
  • Sasuke: GET THE FUCK OUT OF HERE
  • ___________________
  • Ino: I'm not sure which lip gloss I should wear today. Can you help me out here?
  • Sakura: Oh dear, you don't need to wear any makeup!
  • Ino, blushing: Aww, you didn't have to say that Sakura!
  • Sakura: Anyway, where did you see pigs wearing makeup?
  • ___________________
  • Shikamaru: So Choji, there is one piece of BBQ pork left, are you gonna eat it or what?
  • Choji: Nah, I'll let you have it this time
  • Shikamaru: Thanks, I guess
  • Choji: ...if you'll let me borrow some money to buy snacks
  • Shikamaru: Choji, I have a feeling you are just using me for food
  • ____________________
  • Kiba: Do you want to go to the hot springs? Just me and you?
  • Shino: What about my bugs? They seem to bother you a lot as I know
  • Kiba: Nah, it's totally fine, I got used to them already, besides it's not like I'm going to scream if I see a bug on your body.
  • *at the hot springs*
  • Kiba: *screams like a 5 year old and makes something like bark noises at the same time, while hiding behind Akamaru*
  • Shino: I would like you to stop screaming because...
  • Kiba: *Gets up and runs away with a sonic speed*
  • Shino:
  • Shino: ...it's hurting my feeling
  • ____________________
  • Lee: I have a great idea
  • Neji: I think I'll pass
  • Lee: You didn't even hear it...
  • Neji: If you want me to crossdress, I'm not doing that
  • Lee: But why not?
  • Neji: You are going to make me you wife/girlfriend again!
  • Lee:
  • Lee: ... so, what's the problem?
What I Learned on My Food Animal Medicine and Surgery Rotation

-          You should always wear earbuds when working with pigs. They can be LOUD.

-          Apparently I have zero cognitive function when checking on ICU patients at 4am in the morning. Go figure.

-          You could probably take a cow’s intestine out, step on it with muddy boots, put it back in, and it would be fine.  They are hardy little critters.

-          Don’t EVER take off needle caps with your mouth, or touch your mouth with poopy hands while working with cows. You will get crypto (fecal-oral zoonotic disease that will give you the poops for week), and you will die. (not really but you will want to die).

-          A rectal palpation (to check pregnancy or other organ status) is not as gross as you think, but is way harder than you think (“Is that squishy thing the cervix or the rumen? What about the other squishy thing near the possible squishy kidney?”).

-          If a cow has feet problems, then a common way to examine them is to put them in a rotating table where they are on their side and their feet are easily assessable. Seriously!

-          No matter how hygienic I am, I am constantly worried I will get a zoonotic disease. Crypto, Brucella, Q fever, oh my!!

-          Blood draws from pigs commonly occur from the cranial vena cava and is a mostly blind stick. How. Terrifying.

-          An Alpaca’s young is called a cria, and alpacas giving birth is called criation (pronounced “creation” I kid you not!).

-          Taking a blood sample from a caudal tail vein is easier than one might think.

-          You really shouldn’t drink unpasteurized milk. There are SO many diseases you can get that pasteurization prevents.

-          Sheep and goats have rectangular pupils.

-          Some alpacas are freaking drama queens.

-          A lot of cow surgeries can be done with them standing up!

-          A real accomplishment of the day would be to not leave the hospital with rumen juice, alpaca spit, or poop on my coveralls/face.

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The World’s First Kosher Pig by Josh Zimmerman
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My girlfriend’s guinea pig wears my yarmulke even better than I do!