imagine if people were born with traits based on their zodiac signs so like aries had ram horns and hoofs like a satyr and shit how rad would that be
i would be a giant fucking crab
…i’d be so fucked
*CACKLE* oh my god i am a fucking horned goat-footed devil i knew it
Anonymous asked: Dear Dragon and Transcriptionist, I work at a job that requires my interaction with people frequently. Sometimes I get overstimulated and the long hours standing are murder on my chronic knee pains. i have trouble making my parent understand that it exhausts me and I am left with nothing but the desire to sleep in my pile of plush toys and avoid large amounts of duties for awhile. any advice how to help her understand what it's like?
My experience with humans has lead me to understand that members of the species gain something that is called “empathy”, or understanding and fellow-feeling for others, by sharing experiences. With this in mind, perhaps try breaking your parent’s knees in the way that best mimics your own pain. This should help her to understand your perspective better.
Listen, if they’re going to call lightweight yarn “fingering yarn” then IS IT REALLY TOO MUCH TO ASK that chunky yarn be relabeled “fisting yarn”? I think I’m being pretty reasonable here.
Ten years ago, photographers James and Karla Murray began documenting the unique storefronts that define New York as a wonderfully diverse place to live. After a decade had passed, the pair went back to the same locations, only to sadly discover that many of the charming family-owned stores had been pushed out and replaced by large chains, banks, and generic businesses. The Murrays documented these rapid changes with side-by-side photographs compiled in a book entitled Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York.
THE MESO-AMERICAN CULTURES STILL EXIST.
THE MAYA ARE STILL LIVING.
THE AZTECA ARE STILL LIVING.
MOST ARE STILL ALIVE TODAY AND ARE FIGHTING TO RETAIN THEIR RIGHTS TO THEIR SACRED SITES, RITUALS, AND PRACTICES BECAUSE PEOPLE THINK THEIR CULTURES ARE DEAD WHEN THEY’RE NOT.
THEY ARE STILL LIVING.
Firstly, the people whom occidental historiography refers to as Aztecs are more correctly called Mexicas (from the Náhuatl mēxihcah).
Secondly, Mexico’s National Commission for the Development of Indigenous Peoples (Comisión nacional para el desarrollo de los pueblos indígenas), does not list the Mexicas as a people still in existence [x]. Perhaps the original poster confused Mexicas with Mexicaneros, as both groups belong to the larger Nahua people group.
In Mexico, the Nahua population is about 2,445,969 people, and the Maya population is about 1,475,575 people. [x]
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Good god it got better.
I want to add This guys:
I give up! I am no match for them!
Everyone say hi!
if anyone was wondering what the deal with the dog named applesauce was, a fan literally asked bryan fuller if one of the dogs could have that name and he said yes but WE JUST FOUND OUT HE ADDED A SPECIAL DOG AND A LINE IN THE SCRIPT
FOR THIS ONE FAN
how cute is that
mangameme: 4 OTPS❝ In this reality where I can’t become mature, I can’t spend my time being pet, Nana, you showed me the sweetest dream. It was like a happy first love. ❞Nana Osaki/Nana “Hachi” Komatsu from NANA
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zeus….. IS the father
*hera throws chair and has to be restrained by security titans*
That’s it. That’s Greek mythology.