Trying to research things about sheep herding and having to fuckin' chacha slide around bible bullshit in search results FML


    @beepiesheepie @dream-eating-youkai ty both of you! Honestly I was mostly looking for stuff on the direct day-to-day order of operations in the morning kind of stuff. That and dog commands, which I did find. Ended up cobbling something together and glossing over a lot, lol


    It's fun reading writers who clearly grew up in suburban/urban environments as someone who grew up on a farm because they're always like "oh it was so creepy, woods at night, eerily breathtaking, something was living in there..." and it's like yeah that'll be the deer.


    Same can be said about city streets. Random "gunshot" and "explosion" noises? That's the road construction crew behind the corner. Mysterious howling and barking out of nowhere echoing through the street? That's someone's dumb dog that locked itself out on the balcony on the 3rd floor above you and buildings just happen to have the shape where certain areas just vibrate with echoes from all sides at once. Screeching of car tires and agressive shouting? Fucking teens are at it again.

    But the city is the creepiest when it's silent because if there are no cars and no chitchat and no humm of an A/C unit, then where is everybody?


    Meanwhile in a rural area if you hear a gunshot that's actually a gunshot

    It's nothing to worry about though, unless you hear a long, screaming NYOOM accompanying it. The Looney Tunes sound effect for flying bullets is legitimately almost what bullets flying past your head actually sounds like.

    Reblog if you genuinely support asexuals

    It terrifies me that thereโ€™s so much raging passion in the lgbt+ community that insist on marginalizing asexuals and implying that asexuals donโ€™t deserve to have safe spaces. Thereโ€™s still so much acephobia so I just wanna know which blogs are genuinely supportive and a safe space for asexuals


    It is a tragedy that this is not credited.

    I saw these guys live and it was a phenomenal experience, The cellist is called Abel Selaocoe and the band is Chesaba, which includes a percussionist and bassist.

    They are all incredibly talented and charasmatic on stage. If they are ever in your part of the world, go see them!

    Here is the full performance of this piece


    For anyone in San Diego heโ€™s performing next April at The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center! Donโ€™t sleep on him heโ€™s super talented!

    I think a lot of people on this website would benefit from hearing that back in 2011 when I was a part of my college's pride group, I was friends with a gay cis male drag queen whose roommate was a lesbian. They had sex with each other often, but it didn't stop my friend from identifying as a gay guy, nor did it stop their roommate from being a lesbian. Neither of them identified as bisexual. This kind of stuff happens between queer people of "conflicting" identities all the time, it's nothing new. There aren't any rules