Because the tale hides with his own.
And because it amuses.
Thus.


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music-geek-fandom-freak:

minawrotethis:

This is society for everything, if you are considered “conventionally attractive” than whatever you do it’s appealing. However if you are considered to be less attractive than whatever you do it’s wrong. 

This deserves so many notes. I have heard all of the black quotes behind my back. It’s really demoralizing.

music-geek-fandom-freak:

minawrotethis:

This is society for everything, if you are considered “conventionally attractive” than whatever you do it’s appealing. However if you are considered to be less attractive than whatever you do it’s wrong. 

This deserves so many notes. I have heard all of the black quotes behind my back. It’s really demoralizing.

Add a second local property management company to the list of those we won’t rent from because of ridiculous rules and illegal business practices. This one’s far worse than the last. We’re out of here in roughly a week, but I have a feeling the bullshit will follow us for a good while yet.

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atlasobscura:

Totems of Haida Gwaii -Tlell, Canada

On the south end of an archipelago sixty miles off the coast of mainland Canada lie the last remnants of the rich artistic heritage of the Haida people. The largest grouping of these Haida totems are found in the once thriving village Ninstints, which is guarded by twenty-six of these massive totem poles.

For more information on wandering amongst these haunting works visit atlasobscura.com

Artemis turned 3 last month. Nic and I had given her a laybox when she reached maturity (around 18 months), but she never used it, so we figured she simply wasn’t a laying female. I heard her scratching around this morning, and got up to see if she was okay. I had a little squee moment, because despite knowing they’re unfertilized, it’s still so fucking adorable to see those soft little eggies (all 26 of them!)

Artemis turned 3 last month. Nic and I had given her a laybox when she reached maturity (around 18 months), but she never used it, so we figured she simply wasn’t a laying female. I heard her scratching around this morning, and got up to see if she was okay. I had a little squee moment, because despite knowing they’re unfertilized, it’s still so fucking adorable to see those soft little eggies (all 26 of them!)