riddle me that, mankind
THANK YOU. Such a perfect way to phrase that.
Good job pet store. That is what’s up.
I worked in a pet store for 5 years, and every Easter our rabbit sales went up exponentially. I can tell you from experience that almost half of the rabbits we sold were brought back in as early as two weeks after they were adopted. Some people let them loose, and some people send them to a shelter. People need to understand this very statement, and truly think about it. A rabbit is a big commitment, and should not be a fad or seen as a compulsory pet.
I cannot like this anymore than once, but I sure as hell hope people will spread this message, because it’s important as hell. I used to hand out care sheet BOOKLETS to everyone looking to adopt, and it prevented many of them from adopting in the end.
Constantly irritated by people who “free” their rabbits into the wild. No you just made them food.
I really hate it when people treat animals as decorations or inanimate objects and then regret adopting them when they realize they’re actually alive and need caring
SIGNAL BOOST THE SHIT OUTTA THIS
i hope one day someone loves you as much as you love your favourite fictional character
how are these people not dead
Oh he can eat plastic bags and the other lady can eat drywall, but if I want to enjoy some fucking cookie dough I’ll get salmonella and die
This Anna Kendrick Little Mermaid SNL sketch is impossible to find (NBC ran into some legal issues with Disney)… watch while you can!
Milicent Patrick (1915 - 1998).
Born Mildred Elizabeth Fulvia di Rossi, Milicent Patrick is one of many Hollywood unsung artists. She is the mind that created from scratch such iconic monsters as the mutants in “This Island Earth”, all the masks in “Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”, the Mole People from the film of the same name, and created the Xenomorph for “It Came from Outer Space”.
But her biggest success was the design and creation of one of the most iconic cinematic monsters of all time, the Gill-Man from “The Creature From the Black Lagoon”.
THERE’S BEEN A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT
It seemed like a coincidence the killer in the movie followed my movements around the room. Then I realized it was paused.
reblog if you’re unattractive and awkward.
- Friend: What is it like to feel alone in a crowd?
- Me: It's Friday. Bell rings dismissing class. Everyone rushes out of classrooms to catch the bus, grab a ride, meet their boyfriend/girlfriend, catch up with friends, makes plans to hit up the major party of the night. You walk through the halls, trying not to be noticed. Listening to all the chatter, plans being made, latest gossip, laughter. You look around you see friends hugging, couples kissing, girls talking, boys being boys. You walk empty, seemingly lost in the sea of hormones and acne. No one stops you to speak to you. No one grabs you for a hug. No one looks your way. You feel empty, and there's a longing within. It makes me you sick. Nauseated. But no one notices. This is how it feels to be alone.