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i cannot stop thinking about this mf animal. holds him gently

('the scapegoat', 1856 - william holman hunt)

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bet my dad wishes i just did drugs or something normal instead of bringing random animals into the apartment

The snake grappling hack no one wants you to know about: learn which ones in your area are venomous and then pick everything else up with reckless abandon


update the shrimps are all congealed together in a shrimpy ice cube and i can't get any apart and now i'm really gonna krill myself /j

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spent all day being like "i hate it here i'm gonna krill myself" (sic)
first thing i did after leaving work was buy $20 worth of cocktail shrimp


tbf i don't even know what my preferred noodle for chicken soup would be but those flat rectangle ones piss me off

we should legalise both jaywalking and vehicular manslaughter

hmmm should i post about bugs on here again or just make a site page about 'm & link it eventually

make sure you buy extra virgin olive oil to ensure that it doesn't have any cum in it

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the library of babel, the freaky death hotel in sartre's 'no exit' & the zork maze all have the same energy

What's an old artwork, poem, song, textile, any kind of creative work, that you made closer to the beginning of your practice that was a turning point for you? Whether it was something you were incredibly proud of, or something that triggered a whole new avenue of learning that you're still exploring today?

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fool's gold. dipshit's bismuth. aluminum of the chump. these are just a few of the minerals the "courts" have legally prohibited me from trafficking in.

feel like my brain just has a primal "this is absolutely not happening" response at the act of writing "gn". indicating that i might wanna sleep soon seems to be the single-most effective way to ensure that i will be up for an abysmally long time

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