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Com, You, and For: VA SGAG COM
because its easier and more civilized to fool you that it is to end your pathetic excuse for existence.

because its easier and more civilized to fool you that it is to end your pathetic excuse for existence.

Target, Tumblr, and Blog: omegapausestuck: pidgeydraws:Sabrina or Rose?  Both! you fool, you absolute dolt
Target, Tumblr, and Blog: omegapausestuck:

pidgeydraws:Sabrina or Rose? 
Both! you fool, you absolute dolt

omegapausestuck: pidgeydraws:Sabrina or Rose?  Both! you fool, you absolute dolt

Bigfoot, Fucking, and Google: 11:39 PM points 23 hours ago I believe you can't find one reputable source to support your claim. I have linked the Wikipedia article about the disease as well as a BBC article You. Have. Produced. Nothing So, whos the troll? DONE HIDE ROOT PARENT : 2 points 22 hours ago You've produced a link to a BBC article that says a woman claims she has Aquagenic Urtecaria so severe that she'll die if she drinks a cup of water, but she lives on Diet Coke 1) Aquagenic urtecaria is a skin condition. It is not fatal. It does not produce anaphylaxis, and calling it an allergy is a misnomer, because it is not caused by any of the physiological processes that cause allergic reactions. They don't even know what causes it 2) Diet Coke is more than 90% water. Orange Juice is almost 90% water. Whole milk is almost 90% water. Every lungful of air she breathes is about 4% water. Every bite of foud she sticks in her gob has water in it Her own shit is 75% water. Her blood plasma is an aqueous solution that is 92% water, 8% plasma proteins, and trace amounts of minerals. You can find all of this information for yourself on Google. You cannot be allergic to water. If you believe this woman's claims, which have mostly been covered by The Dail Mail and equally reputable sources, then you're a damn fool. You probably also believe in Bat Boy, Bigfoot, and the Loch Ness Monster, all of which have been covered by the BBC Either way, I don't care if you want to be willfully stupid, and it isn't my job to fix you, ya fucking troll Redditor calls out medical hoax.
Bigfoot, Fucking, and Google: 11:39 PM
 points 23 hours ago
 I believe you can't find one reputable source to support
 your claim. I have linked the Wikipedia article about the
 disease as well as a BBC article
 You. Have. Produced. Nothing
 So, whos the troll?
 DONE
 HIDE
 ROOT
 PARENT
 : 2 points 22 hours ago
 You've produced a link to a BBC article that says a
 woman claims she has Aquagenic Urtecaria so severe
 that she'll die if she drinks a cup of water, but she lives
 on Diet Coke
 1) Aquagenic urtecaria is a skin condition. It is not
 fatal. It does not produce anaphylaxis, and calling it an
 allergy is a misnomer, because it is not caused by any
 of the physiological processes that cause allergic
 reactions. They don't even know what causes it
 2) Diet Coke is more than 90% water. Orange Juice is
 almost 90% water. Whole milk is almost 90% water.
 Every lungful of air she breathes is about 4% water.
 Every bite of foud she sticks in her gob has water in it
 Her own shit is 75% water. Her blood plasma is an
 aqueous solution that is 92% water, 8% plasma
 proteins, and trace amounts of minerals. You can find
 all of this information for yourself on Google. You
 cannot be allergic to water.
 If you believe this woman's claims, which have mostly
 been covered by The Dail Mail and equally reputable
 sources, then you're a damn fool. You probably also
 believe in Bat Boy, Bigfoot, and the Loch Ness
 Monster, all of which have been covered by the BBC
 Either way, I don't care if you want to be willfully stupid,
 and it isn't my job to fix you, ya fucking troll
Redditor calls out medical hoax.

Redditor calls out medical hoax.

Fae, Life, and Taken: A faerie introduces himself. Then, holding out a hand, asks, "And your name, please?" And, like a fool, you give it to him. I got asked for clarification on this (but can't reblog that particular post cuz on mobile), which l'm more than happy to provide. In this post, a faerie is asking for 'your' name. The way he is wording it, however, and the accompanying beckoning motion, makes it seem as though he is asking for you to physically hand your name over. Which, because of how some faeries operate, he is. In this instance, saying your name aloud to the fae would be literally giving your name over to him, the exact consequences of which are left up to the imagination-usually, a fae even knowing your name gives it some measure of power over you, but giving something your name would likely let it completely take over your life. In this instance, the wording you want to use is something like I will not give you my name, but I will tell you that it's you can just lie to him. Alternately ayellowbirds Might i suggest the less direct yet still n call me..."? It dodges the request while still giving an answer of a name, which does not even have to be yours, but any like telling the fae they can use to refer to you. I would g "you may name you feel Ligma." I respond. Ligma...2" Inqures the faerie. They gasp as they finish saying it, realizing all too late that the darlk magics have already taken hold of them. I smirk into the nearby camera. Li-" Outwitting A Faerie
Fae, Life, and Taken: A faerie introduces himself. Then, holding out a hand, asks, "And
 your name, please?"
 And, like a fool, you give it to him.
 I got asked for clarification on this (but can't reblog that particular
 post cuz on mobile), which l'm more than happy to provide.
 In this post, a faerie is asking for 'your' name. The way he is wording
 it, however, and the accompanying beckoning motion, makes it
 seem as though he is asking for you to physically hand your name
 over. Which, because of how some faeries operate, he is.
 In this instance, saying your name aloud to the fae would be literally
 giving your name over to him, the exact consequences of which are
 left up to the imagination-usually, a fae even knowing your name
 gives it some measure of power over you, but giving something your
 name would likely let it completely take over your life.
 In this instance, the wording you want to use is something like I will
 not
 give you my name, but I will tell you that it's
 you can just lie to him.
 Alternately
 ayellowbirds
 Might i suggest the less direct yet still n
 call me..."? It dodges the request while still giving an answer of a
 name, which does not even have to be yours, but any
 like telling the fae they can use to refer to you. I would
 g "you may
 name you feel
 Ligma." I respond.
 Ligma...2" Inqures the faerie.
 They gasp as they finish saying it, realizing all too late that the darlk
 magics have already taken hold of them.
 I smirk into the nearby camera.
 Li-"
Outwitting A Faerie

Outwitting A Faerie