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Saw, Shoes, and Dresses: rrabbed a Walking. ught so." He der mers came in b do Patrick Rothfuss with buckles. " ey're tight e Once I knew what was bothering me, left. Pear tends to ring me, the greater pa kne left. Fear tends to come from ignorance. es." He stripp Once I The it was just a problem, nothing to fear. about these? illsi t quite what5 ast. Nice olof As Tve mentioned, Tarbean has two Waterside was poor. Hillside was r They y weve a si #xia.le main sections: Waterside was poor. 1-illside was rich Waterside had thieves. HHillside had bankne ill-ai then.» hoss hensively I have already told the story of my the fot Instea of perhaps you will understand why. w to part f when the cro or a moment, I saw what I was my heart Po yself that I wasn I ducked through the nearest door I spent a moment reminding 1ys urchin who'd been beaten years ago like belonged here. But old habits ey red wond n veneral. Probably a little anger. but couldttellifIw De ih with you: came a s then I pressed my foor to good sboe a siple brown leallia ryself that I wasn't to, I was well-dresses them. 1 Pprehensively otten how won s die e slow deaths of answering b t t was angry at g he stood, and starteud seare tnings the can tell a lot aboia ere e of each cheexful voice trD Lihe from the fro s of shelved pairs o voie ne ct』rtain carry! and laungg ered up. But from a curta are the e people that bide thingrs e they try eo to look at ne. "It n ng is to lee chem aur know about that. s. I don't a egan to look ce again from the Cesmiled a atest tragec at were too co y,as if the joke n spite of myset adn't had shoes At least not durin Now yor for so lons eye,s were d.. ncing. Customer or not LITing my Ia ny teet were woul.d ha at seen alv they
Saw, Shoes, and Dresses: rrabbed a
 Walking.
 ught so." He der
 mers came in b do
 Patrick Rothfuss
 with buckles. "
 ey're tight e
 Once I knew what was bothering me,
 left. Pear tends to
 ring me, the greater pa
 kne
 left. Fear tends to come from ignorance.
 es." He stripp
 Once I
 The
 it was just a problem, nothing to fear.
 about these?
 illsi
 t quite what5
 ast. Nice
 olof
 As Tve mentioned, Tarbean has two
 Waterside was poor. Hillside was r
 They
 y weve a si
 #xia.le
 main sections:
 Waterside was poor. 1-illside was rich
 Waterside had thieves. HHillside had bankne ill-ai
 then.»
 hoss
 hensively
 I have already told the story of my the fot
 Instea of
 perhaps you will understand why. w
 to part f
 when the cro
 or a moment, I saw what I was
 my heart Po
 yself that I wasn
 I ducked through the nearest door
 I spent a moment reminding 1ys
 urchin who'd been beaten years ago
 like belonged here. But old habits
 ey red
 wond n veneral. Probably a little
 anger. but couldttellifIw
 De ih with you: came a s

 then I pressed my foor to
 good sboe
 a siple brown leallia
 ryself that I wasn't
 to, I was well-dresses
 them. 1
 Pprehensively
 otten how won
 s die
 e slow deaths
 of answering b
 t t was angry at
 g he stood, and starteud seare tnings the
 can tell a lot aboia
 ere
 e of each
 cheexful voice trD
 Lihe from the fro
 s of shelved pairs o
 voie
 ne ct』rtain carry!
 and laungg
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 from a curta
 are the
 e people that bide thingrs
 e they try eo
 to look at ne. "It n
 ng is to lee chem aur
 know about that.
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 egan to look
 ce again from the
 Cesmiled a
 atest tragec
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 y,as if the joke
 n spite of myset
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 At least not durin
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Alive, Bane, and Beautiful: friend-called-boxcar who was the fool who was tasked with naming the galax y and the only adjective they could think of was skazuhira-miller scientist: (gazing up at space) scientist: sure is a milky boy freshfriedtrash NO YOU DONT UNDERSTAND MERS ARE THE SHITTEST EVER AT ASTRONO NAMING THINGS I KID YOU NOT When it came time to name the two theoretical particle types that might be dark matter THEY INTENTIONALLY CHOSE THE NAMES SO THAT THE ACRONYMS WOULD SPELL "WIMPS" AND MACHOS I SHIT YOU NOT THEY ARE FUCKING TERRIBLE AT NAMING ANYTHING braincoins I just listened to a talk by Neil deGrasse Tyson himself LAST NIGHT and he went on about this more than once m walking down the street and I'm like pretty rock... and some Geologist is like 'actually that's anorthosite feldspar and I'm like 'Nevermind, I don't want it anymore. Any biologists in the audience? [some clapping] Yeah, you know what I'm talking about. The most important molecule in the human body, what did you name it? It has NINE SYLLABLES and it's so long that even YOU GUYS abbreviate it as DNA'! But astrophysicists and astronomers? No, man, we call it like we see it. Star made of neutrons? NEUTRON STAR. Small white star? WHITE DWARF You know that big red spot on Jupiter? Know what we cal " lled it? JUPITER'S RED SPOT the-scarlet-spider okay i'm glad you mentioned the biologist nonsense bc their naming methods are the bane of my existence gallusrostromegalus I see your astrophysicists-are-shit-at-names and raise you Marine-Biologists-Are-Fucking-Maniacs See this beautiful creature? It's a carnivorous deep-sea sponge that lives off of Easter Island and never sees the light of day, as it's about 9000 feet down. Those delicate-looking orbs are covered in millions of tiny hooked spines, which latch onto anything unfortunate enough to bump into it, and hold it in place as it is digested alive by the sponge's skin. Amazing, beautiful and profoundly creepy. They could have given it so many cool names. Could have drawn on mythology (I think Scylla would have been an appropriate reference), the region it was found in, the textured skin, PHAGOCYTOSIS, anything! You wanna know what they called it? PING-PONG TREE SPONGE. Good job, marine biologists. Source: friend-called-boxcar Scientific nomenclature is sh#te but sometimes funny.
Alive, Bane, and Beautiful: friend-called-boxcar
 who was the fool who was tasked with naming the
 galax
 y and the only adjective they could think of was
 skazuhira-miller
 scientist: (gazing up at space)
 scientist: sure is a milky boy
 freshfriedtrash
 NO
 YOU DONT UNDERSTAND
 MERS ARE THE SHITTEST EVER AT
 ASTRONO
 NAMING THINGS I KID YOU NOT
 When it came time to name the two theoretical
 particle types that might be dark matter THEY
 INTENTIONALLY CHOSE THE NAMES SO THAT
 THE ACRONYMS WOULD SPELL "WIMPS" AND
 MACHOS I SHIT YOU NOT
 THEY ARE FUCKING TERRIBLE AT NAMING
 ANYTHING
 braincoins
 I just listened to a talk by Neil deGrasse Tyson
 himself LAST NIGHT and he went on about this
 more than once
 m walking down the street and I'm like
 pretty rock... and some Geologist is like 'actually
 that's anorthosite feldspar and I'm like 'Nevermind,
 I don't want it anymore. Any biologists in the
 audience? [some clapping] Yeah, you know what
 I'm talking about. The most important molecule in
 the human body, what did you name it? It has NINE
 SYLLABLES and it's so long that even YOU GUYS
 abbreviate it as DNA'!
 But astrophysicists and astronomers? No, man,
 we call it like we see it. Star made of neutrons?
 NEUTRON STAR. Small white star? WHITE DWARF
 You know that big red spot on Jupiter? Know what we
 cal "
 lled it? JUPITER'S RED SPOT
 the-scarlet-spider
 okay i'm glad you mentioned the biologist
 nonsense bc their naming methods are the
 bane of my existence
 gallusrostromegalus
 I see your astrophysicists-are-shit-at-names and raise
 you Marine-Biologists-Are-Fucking-Maniacs
 See this beautiful creature?
 It's a carnivorous deep-sea sponge that lives off
 of Easter Island and never sees the light of day, as
 it's about 9000 feet down. Those delicate-looking
 orbs are covered in millions of tiny hooked spines,
 which latch onto anything unfortunate enough to
 bump into it, and hold it in place as it is digested
 alive by the sponge's skin. Amazing, beautiful and
 profoundly creepy. They could have given it so many
 cool names. Could have drawn on mythology (I think
 Scylla would have been an appropriate reference),
 the region it was found in, the textured skin,
 PHAGOCYTOSIS, anything!
 You wanna know what they called it?
 PING-PONG TREE SPONGE.
 Good job, marine biologists.
 Source: friend-called-boxcar
Scientific nomenclature is sh#te but sometimes funny.

Scientific nomenclature is sh#te but sometimes funny.

Saw, Shoes, and Dresses: rrabbed a Walking. ught so." He der mers came in b do Patrick Rothfuss with buckles. " Once I knew what was bothering me, left. Pear tends to ey're tight e about these? t quite what5 ring me, the greater pa kne left. Fear tends to come from ignorance. es." He stripp Once I The it was just a problem, nothing to fear. illsi ast. Nice olof As Tve mentioned, Tarbean has two Waterside was poor. Hillside was r They main sections: y weve a si then.» hoss Waterside was poor. 1-illside was rich Waterside had thieves. HHillside had bankne ill-ai #xia.le I have already told the story of my the fot hensively Instea of perhaps you will understand why. w to part f when the cro or a moment, I saw what I was my heart Po yself that I wasn I ducked through the nearest door I spent a moment reminding 1ys urchin who'd been beaten years ago like belonged here. But old habits ey red wond n veneral. Probably a little anger. but couldttellifIw De ih with you: came a s then I pressed my foor to good sboe a siple brown leallia ryself that I wasn't to, I was well-dresses them. 1 Pprehensively otten how won s die e slow deaths of answering b t t was angry at g he stood, and starteud seare tnings the can tell a lot aboia ere e of each cheexful voice trD Lihe from the fro s of shelved pairs o voie ne ct』rtain carry! and laungg ered up. But from a curta are the e people that bide thingrs e they try eo to look at ne. "It n ng is to lee chem aur know about that. s. I don't a egan to look ce again from the Cesmiled a atest tragec y,as if the joke at were too co n spite of myset adn't had shoes Now yor At least not durin for so lons eye,s were d.. ncing. Customer or not LITing my Ia ny teet were woul.d ha at seen alv they
Saw, Shoes, and Dresses: rrabbed a
 Walking.
 ught so." He der
 mers came in b do
 Patrick Rothfuss
 with buckles. "
 Once I knew what was bothering me,
 left. Pear tends to
 ey're tight e
 about these?
 t quite what5
 ring me, the greater pa
 kne
 left. Fear tends to come from ignorance.
 es." He stripp
 Once I
 The
 it was just a problem, nothing to fear.
 illsi
 ast. Nice
 olof
 As Tve mentioned, Tarbean has two
 Waterside was poor. Hillside was r
 They
 main sections:
 y weve a si
 then.»
 hoss
 Waterside was poor. 1-illside was rich
 Waterside had thieves. HHillside had bankne ill-ai
 #xia.le
 I have already told the story of my the fot
 hensively
 Instea of
 perhaps you will understand why. w
 to part f
 when the cro
 or a moment, I saw what I was
 my heart Po
 yself that I wasn
 I ducked through the nearest door
 I spent a moment reminding 1ys
 urchin who'd been beaten years ago
 like belonged here. But old habits
 ey red
 wond n veneral. Probably a little
 anger. but couldttellifIw
 De ih with you: came a s

 then I pressed my foor to
 good sboe
 a siple brown leallia
 ryself that I wasn't
 to, I was well-dresses
 them. 1
 Pprehensively
 otten how won
 s die
 e slow deaths
 of answering b
 t t was angry at
 g he stood, and starteud seare tnings the
 can tell a lot aboia
 ere
 e of each
 cheexful voice trD
 Lihe from the fro
 s of shelved pairs o
 voie
 ne ct』rtain carry!
 and laungg
 ered up. But
 from a curta
 are the
 e people that bide thingrs
 e they try eo
 to look at ne. "It n
 ng is to lee chem aur
 know about that.
 s. I don't a
 egan to look
 ce again from the
 Cesmiled a
 atest tragec
 y,as if the joke
 at were too co
 n spite of myset
 adn't had shoes
 Now yor
 At least not durin
 for so lons
 eye,s
 were
 d.. ncing.
 Customer or not
 LITing my Ia
 ny teet were
 woul.d ha
 at seen alv they
Beautiful, Lazy, and Target: FISHBRAIN! GET OFF MY TAIL! HEADS UP,RED! WE'VE COT CoMPANY ST onthestraightandnarrowpath: Ohmigosh, I thought this piece was ambitious for me, just, was not prepared for a deadline! Now I can find out if it actually looks as good on the smaller format tumblr puts it in rather than the blown up thing I’ve been working on!Day 4 for JayDick Week 2017: Mer Au. Rambling under the cut!I’m not sure where the net is being tied down… but I’m pretty sure Dick just led the two of them into an ambush and he’s not concerned at all. It was a challenge to also design their look as mers - I wanted to do something quite alien, but was waaay too lazy to find references that I could draw from, and anything that I produced was ugly, and I sort of wanted them to look like beautiful exotic creatures, which, is the whole point of the modern day construction of mermaids - something desirable despite its nonexistence? So, I instead went about thinking how mermaid vigilantes would work, and concluded that tails and patterns could be as identifiable as faces, but I didn’t want to mask the pretty tails, so the idea of hiding their identities was thrown out the window. I thought armour should be made primarily with straps and clasps, as a skin tight suit would be impossible to pull on and off in water.Also, is it a theme I’m having, with associating Dick with ropes and restraints? 
Beautiful, Lazy, and Target: FISHBRAIN! GET
 OFF MY TAIL!
 HEADS UP,RED!
 WE'VE COT CoMPANY
 ST
onthestraightandnarrowpath:

Ohmigosh, I thought this piece was ambitious for me, just, was not prepared for a deadline! Now I can find out if it actually looks as good on the smaller format tumblr puts it in rather than the blown up thing I’ve been working on!Day 4 for JayDick Week 2017: Mer Au. Rambling under the cut!I’m not sure where the net is being tied down… but I’m pretty sure Dick just led the two of them into an ambush and he’s not concerned at all. It was a challenge to also design their look as mers - I wanted to do something quite alien, but was waaay too lazy to find references that I could draw from, and anything that I produced was ugly, and I sort of wanted them to look like beautiful exotic creatures, which, is the whole point of the modern day construction of mermaids - something desirable despite its nonexistence? So, I instead went about thinking how mermaid vigilantes would work, and concluded that tails and patterns could be as identifiable as faces, but I didn’t want to mask the pretty tails, so the idea of hiding their identities was thrown out the window. I thought armour should be made primarily with straps and clasps, as a skin tight suit would be impossible to pull on and off in water.Also, is it a theme I’m having, with associating Dick with ropes and restraints? 

onthestraightandnarrowpath: Ohmigosh, I thought this piece was ambitious for me, just, was not prepared for a deadline! Now I can find out ...

Books, Fire, and Nelson Mandela: MERS <p><a href="http://todayinhistory.tumblr.com/post/158676765715/march-21st-1960-sharpeville-massacre-on-this-day" class="tumblr_blog">todayinhistory</a>:</p> <blockquote><h2><b>March 21st 1960: Sharpeville massacre</b><br/></h2><p><small>On this day in 1960, police opened fire on peaceful anti-apartheid protestors in the South African township of Sharpeville, killing 69. The over 5,000 strong crowd gathered at Sharpeville police station to protest the discriminatory pass laws, which they claimed were designed to limit their movement in designated white only areas. The laws required all black men and women to carry reference books with their name, tax code and employer details; those found without their book could be arrested and detained. The protest encouraged black South Africans to deliberately leave their pass books at home and present themselves at police stations for arrest, which would crowd prisons and lead to a labour shortage. Despite the protestors’ peaceful and non-violent intentions, police opened fire on the crowd. By the day’s end, 69 people were dead and 180 were wounded. A further 77 were arrested and questioned, though no police officer involved in the massacre was ever convicted as the government relieved all officials of any responsibility. The apartheid government responded to the massacre by banning public meetings, outlawing the African National Congress (ANC) and declaring a state of emergency. The incident convinced anti-apartheid leader and ANC member Nelson Mandela to abandon non-violence and organise paramilitary groups to fight the racist system of apartheid. In 1996, 36 years later, then President Mandela chose Sharpeville as the site at which he signed into law the country’s new post-apartheid constitution.</small></p><blockquote><p> <b><i>“People were running in all directions, some couldn’t believe that people had been shot, they thought they had heard firecrackers. Only when they saw the blood and dead people, did they see that the police meant business”</i></b><br/><small>- Tom Petrus, eyewitness to the Sharpeville massacre</small><br/></p></blockquote></blockquote>
Books, Fire, and Nelson Mandela: MERS
<p><a href="http://todayinhistory.tumblr.com/post/158676765715/march-21st-1960-sharpeville-massacre-on-this-day" class="tumblr_blog">todayinhistory</a>:</p>

<blockquote><h2><b>March 21st 1960: Sharpeville massacre</b><br/></h2><p><small>On this day in 1960, police opened fire on peaceful anti-apartheid protestors in the South African township of Sharpeville, killing 69. The over 5,000 strong crowd gathered at Sharpeville police station to protest the discriminatory pass laws, which they claimed were designed to limit their movement in designated white only areas. The laws required all black men and women to carry reference books with their name, tax code and employer details; those found without their book could be arrested and detained. The protest encouraged black South Africans to deliberately leave their pass books at home and present themselves at police stations for arrest, which would crowd prisons and lead to a labour shortage. Despite the protestors’ peaceful and non-violent intentions, police opened fire on the crowd. By the day’s end, 69 people were dead and 180 were wounded. A further 77 were arrested and questioned, though no police officer involved in the massacre was ever convicted as the government relieved all officials of any responsibility. The apartheid government responded to the massacre by banning public meetings, outlawing the African National Congress (ANC) and declaring a state of emergency. The incident convinced anti-apartheid leader and ANC member Nelson Mandela to abandon non-violence and organise paramilitary groups to fight the racist system of apartheid. In 1996, 36 years later, then President Mandela chose Sharpeville as the site at which he signed into law the country’s new post-apartheid constitution.</small></p><blockquote><p>
<b><i>“People were running in all directions, some couldn’t believe that people
 had been shot, they thought they had heard firecrackers. Only when they
 saw the blood and dead people, did they see that the police meant 
business”</i></b><br/><small>- Tom Petrus, eyewitness to the Sharpeville massacre</small><br/></p></blockquote></blockquote>

todayinhistory: March 21st 1960: Sharpeville massacreOn this day in 1960, police opened fire on peaceful anti-apartheid protestors in the S...

Saw, Shoes, and Tumblr: rrabbed a Walking. ught so." He der mers came in b do Patrick Rothfuss with buckles. " Once I knew what was bothering me, left. Pear tends to ey're tight e about these? t quite what5 ring me, the greater pa kne left. Fear tends to come from ignorance. es." He stripp Once I The it was just a problem, nothing to fear. illsi ast. Nice olof As Tve mentioned, Tarbean has two Waterside was poor. Hillside was r They main sections: y weve a si then.» hoss Waterside was poor. 1-illside was rich Waterside had thieves. HHillside had bankne ill-ai #xia.le I have already told the story of my the fot hensively Instea of perhaps you will understand why. w to part f when the cro or a moment, I saw what I was my heart Po yself that I wasn I ducked through the nearest door I spent a moment reminding 1ys urchin who'd been beaten years ago like belonged here. But old habits ey red wond n veneral. Probably a little anger. but couldttellifIw De ih with you: came a s then I pressed my foor to good sboe a siple brown leallia ryself that I wasn't to, I was well-dresses them. 1 Pprehensively otten how won s die e slow deaths of answering b t t was angry at g he stood, and starteud seare tnings the can tell a lot aboia ere e of each cheexful voice trD Lihe from the fro s of shelved pairs o voie ne ct』rtain carry! and laungg ered up. But from a curta are the e people that bide thingrs e they try eo to look at ne. "It n ng is to lee chem aur know about that. s. I don't a egan to look ce again from the Cesmiled a atest tragec y,as if the joke at were too co n spite of myset adn't had shoes Now yor At least not durin for so lons eye,s were d.. ncing. Customer or not LITing my Ia ny teet were woul.d ha at seen alv they <p><a href="http://untexting.tumblr.com/post/146261150417/and-after-a-long-day-of-lecturing-professor-pup" class="tumblr_blog">untexting</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>And after a long day of lecturing, Professor Pup just couldn’t keep his eyes open.</p></blockquote>
Saw, Shoes, and Tumblr: rrabbed a
 Walking.
 ught so." He der
 mers came in b do
 Patrick Rothfuss
 with buckles. "
 Once I knew what was bothering me,
 left. Pear tends to
 ey're tight e
 about these?
 t quite what5
 ring me, the greater pa
 kne
 left. Fear tends to come from ignorance.
 es." He stripp
 Once I
 The
 it was just a problem, nothing to fear.
 illsi
 ast. Nice
 olof
 As Tve mentioned, Tarbean has two
 Waterside was poor. Hillside was r
 They
 main sections:
 y weve a si
 then.»
 hoss
 Waterside was poor. 1-illside was rich
 Waterside had thieves. HHillside had bankne ill-ai
 #xia.le
 I have already told the story of my the fot
 hensively
 Instea of
 perhaps you will understand why. w
 to part f
 when the cro
 or a moment, I saw what I was
 my heart Po
 yself that I wasn
 I ducked through the nearest door
 I spent a moment reminding 1ys
 urchin who'd been beaten years ago
 like belonged here. But old habits
 ey red
 wond n veneral. Probably a little
 anger. but couldttellifIw
 De ih with you: came a s

 then I pressed my foor to
 good sboe
 a siple brown leallia
 ryself that I wasn't
 to, I was well-dresses
 them. 1
 Pprehensively
 otten how won
 s die
 e slow deaths
 of answering b
 t t was angry at
 g he stood, and starteud seare tnings the
 can tell a lot aboia
 ere
 e of each
 cheexful voice trD
 Lihe from the fro
 s of shelved pairs o
 voie
 ne ct』rtain carry!
 and laungg
 ered up. But
 from a curta
 are the
 e people that bide thingrs
 e they try eo
 to look at ne. "It n
 ng is to lee chem aur
 know about that.
 s. I don't a
 egan to look
 ce again from the
 Cesmiled a
 atest tragec
 y,as if the joke
 at were too co
 n spite of myset
 adn't had shoes
 Now yor
 At least not durin
 for so lons
 eye,s
 were
 d.. ncing.
 Customer or not
 LITing my Ia
 ny teet were
 woul.d ha
 at seen alv they
<p><a href="http://untexting.tumblr.com/post/146261150417/and-after-a-long-day-of-lecturing-professor-pup" class="tumblr_blog">untexting</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>And after a long day of lecturing, Professor Pup just couldn’t keep his eyes open.</p></blockquote>

untexting: And after a long day of lecturing, Professor Pup just couldn’t keep his eyes open.

Club, Tumblr, and Blog: scifiseries: Pontiac Club de Mer, 1956.
Club, Tumblr, and Blog: scifiseries:

Pontiac Club de Mer, 1956.

scifiseries: Pontiac Club de Mer, 1956.

Saw, Shoes, and Dresses: rrabbed a Walking. ught so." He der mers came in b do Patrick Rothfuss with buckles. " ey're tight e Once I knew what was bothering me, left. Pear tends to ring me, the greater pa kne left. Fear tends to come from ignorance. es." He stripp Once I The it was just a problem, nothing to fear. about these? illsi t quite what5 ast. Nice olof As Tve mentioned, Tarbean has two Waterside was poor. Hillside was r They y weve a si #xia.le main sections: Waterside was poor. 1-illside was rich Waterside had thieves. HHillside had bankne ill-ai then.» hoss hensively I have already told the story of my the fot Instea of perhaps you will understand why. w to part f when the cro or a moment, I saw what I was my heart Po yself that I wasn I ducked through the nearest door I spent a moment reminding 1ys urchin who'd been beaten years ago like belonged here. But old habits ey red wond n veneral. Probably a little anger. but couldttellifIw De ih with you: came a s then I pressed my foor to good sboe a siple brown leallia ryself that I wasn't to, I was well-dresses them. 1 Pprehensively otten how won s die e slow deaths of answering b t t was angry at g he stood, and starteud seare tnings the can tell a lot aboia ere e of each cheexful voice trD Lihe from the fro s of shelved pairs o voie ne ct』rtain carry! and laungg ered up. But from a curta are the e people that bide thingrs e they try eo to look at ne. "It n ng is to lee chem aur know about that. s. I don't a egan to look ce again from the Cesmiled a atest tragec at were too co y,as if the joke n spite of myset adn't had shoes At least not durin Now yor for so lons eye,s were d.. ncing. Customer or not LITing my Ia ny teet were woul.d ha at seen alv they
Saw, Shoes, and Dresses: rrabbed a
 Walking.
 ught so." He der
 mers came in b do
 Patrick Rothfuss
 with buckles. "
 ey're tight e
 Once I knew what was bothering me,
 left. Pear tends to
 ring me, the greater pa
 kne
 left. Fear tends to come from ignorance.
 es." He stripp
 Once I
 The
 it was just a problem, nothing to fear.
 about these?
 illsi
 t quite what5
 ast. Nice
 olof
 As Tve mentioned, Tarbean has two
 Waterside was poor. Hillside was r
 They
 y weve a si
 #xia.le
 main sections:
 Waterside was poor. 1-illside was rich
 Waterside had thieves. HHillside had bankne ill-ai
 then.»
 hoss
 hensively
 I have already told the story of my the fot
 Instea of
 perhaps you will understand why. w
 to part f
 when the cro
 or a moment, I saw what I was
 my heart Po
 yself that I wasn
 I ducked through the nearest door
 I spent a moment reminding 1ys
 urchin who'd been beaten years ago
 like belonged here. But old habits
 ey red
 wond n veneral. Probably a little
 anger. but couldttellifIw
 De ih with you: came a s

 then I pressed my foor to
 good sboe
 a siple brown leallia
 ryself that I wasn't
 to, I was well-dresses
 them. 1
 Pprehensively
 otten how won
 s die
 e slow deaths
 of answering b
 t t was angry at
 g he stood, and starteud seare tnings the
 can tell a lot aboia
 ere
 e of each
 cheexful voice trD
 Lihe from the fro
 s of shelved pairs o
 voie
 ne ct』rtain carry!
 and laungg
 ered up. But
 from a curta
 are the
 e people that bide thingrs
 e they try eo
 to look at ne. "It n
 ng is to lee chem aur
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Bodies , Fire, and Tumblr: Natural forces/celestial bodies themed pronouns fog/fog/fogs/fogself fie/fire/fireself lun/lun/lunself mene/menen/menes/menenself moon/moon/moons/moonself mo/moon/moons/moonself neb/neb/nebself nov/novs/novself sol/sun/sunself sy/sky/skyself voi/void/voidself star/stars/starself Sea themed pronouns fin/fins/finsself gill/gills/gillself kelp/kelps/kelpself mer/mers/merself sea/sear/seaself spo/spon/spongeself sea/sail/stern sai/sail/sails/sailself hu/hull/hulls/hullself shi/ship/ships/shipself ma/mast/masts/mastself de/deck/decks/deckself ke/keel/keels/keelself Plant themed pronouns bud/buds/budself fleur/fleurs/fleurself leaf/leafs/leafself petal/petals/petalself sprout/sprouts/sproutself stem/stems/stemself bloom/blooms/bloomself [used only if plantkin] Planet/Dwarf Planet themed pronouns plan/plans/planself merc/mercs/mercself ven/vens/venself ter/ters/terself mars/mars/marself jup/jups/jupself cro/cron/crons/cronself cae/caer/caerself nep/neps/nepself plu/plur/plurself er/eris/eriself ce/cer/cerself <p><a href="http://againstsjws.tumblr.com/post/126658058168/argumentativething-againstsjws-examples-of" class="tumblr_blog">againstsjws</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://argumentativething.tumblr.com/post/126657979744">argumentativething</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://againstsjws.tumblr.com/post/126583987518">againstsjws</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>examples of stupid pronouns. seriously, dwarf planet pronouns? please tell me this is a bloody joke.</p> </blockquote> <p>haha actually fuck off. seriously. do.</p> <p>with all the various experiences of gender that people have, finding pronouns that fit can be a trial. so people come up with their own, based on how they experience their gender.</p> </blockquote> <p>so you’re telling me people identify as the mast of a ship..?</p></blockquote> <p>Argumentativething deactivated. Figures.</p>
Bodies , Fire, and Tumblr: Natural forces/celestial bodies themed pronouns
 fog/fog/fogs/fogself
 fie/fire/fireself
 lun/lun/lunself
 mene/menen/menes/menenself
 moon/moon/moons/moonself
 mo/moon/moons/moonself
 neb/neb/nebself
 nov/novs/novself
 sol/sun/sunself
 sy/sky/skyself
 voi/void/voidself
 star/stars/starself

 Sea themed pronouns
 fin/fins/finsself
 gill/gills/gillself
 kelp/kelps/kelpself
 mer/mers/merself
 sea/sear/seaself
 spo/spon/spongeself
 sea/sail/stern
 sai/sail/sails/sailself
 hu/hull/hulls/hullself
 shi/ship/ships/shipself
 ma/mast/masts/mastself
 de/deck/decks/deckself
 ke/keel/keels/keelself

 Plant themed pronouns
 bud/buds/budself
 fleur/fleurs/fleurself
 leaf/leafs/leafself
 petal/petals/petalself
 sprout/sprouts/sproutself
 stem/stems/stemself
 bloom/blooms/bloomself [used only if plantkin]

 Planet/Dwarf Planet themed pronouns
 plan/plans/planself
 merc/mercs/mercself
 ven/vens/venself
 ter/ters/terself
 mars/mars/marself
 jup/jups/jupself
 cro/cron/crons/cronself
 cae/caer/caerself
 nep/neps/nepself
 plu/plur/plurself
 er/eris/eriself
 ce/cer/cerself
<p><a href="http://againstsjws.tumblr.com/post/126658058168/argumentativething-againstsjws-examples-of" class="tumblr_blog">againstsjws</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://argumentativething.tumblr.com/post/126657979744">argumentativething</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://againstsjws.tumblr.com/post/126583987518">againstsjws</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p>examples of stupid pronouns. seriously, dwarf planet pronouns? please tell me this is a bloody joke.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>haha actually fuck off. seriously. do.</p>
<p>with all the various experiences of gender that people have, finding pronouns that fit can be a trial. so people come up with their own, based on how they experience their gender.</p>
</blockquote>

<p>so you’re telling me people identify as the mast of a ship..?</p></blockquote>

<p>Argumentativething deactivated. Figures.</p>

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