(Semi-hiatus for unknown amount of time due to school and other stuff)
17 year old demisexual with no outlet for all the feeings I have.
I don't know what this blog is anymore, honestly.
Originally a 1D/humor blog, but then fandoms, and now opinions and information and ugh. I don't know. If you follow me, I applaud you for choosing to deal with me.
If you want me to tag anything specific I will, just ask. Because otherwise I won't. I'm lazy.
Please come talk to me if I said or did something stupid, or else I'll keep being stupid. Don't let me be stupid. I don't like being a moron.
(I'm almost always on mobile so that might cause problems)
(I also go into subject splurges at times, mostly feminist/SJ and the like.Those will be tagged 'mms,' while splurges of any other will just be tagged "splurge." (i know, so creative))
Cockeyed.com is one of my favourite websites on the internet, run by an armchair scientists who goes out and does a practical experiment for whatever question stuck in his craw on a particular day, and tries to make practical frames of reference for comprehending numbers and amounts that people don’t normally try to think about. Among the crowning achievements of the site are the photographic height and weight chart made out of unedited, self-submitted photos of real people and the journal of his adventure turning a 12 foot satellite dish into a mirrored parabola death ray to zap things like pop tarts and bars of soap with.
Anyway, I was particularly entertained by their story of wanting to be able to visualize how much blood is in an average adult human by going out to dump six quarts of fake blood at the end of a dead-end street, only to be disappointed by the fairly unimpressive 36 square feet the blood stain covered after they spent the afternoon trying to rake it out by hand to look as big and scary as possible.
Horror writers take note, there isn’t nearly as much blood as you think inside a person.
My anaconda has, upon review of the information presented with it’s partners, decided that it, in fact, does not. My anaconda apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause and thanks you for your time.
Re: Your Anaconda,
Thank you for your consideration. Please keep my cover letter and resume in your files in case of any future openings. Good luck in all future endeavors.