"what about a lesbian princess" always seems to lead to two answers
- what about a gay prince?
- what about a female princess that doesn’t hinge on a love plot?
what about I didn’t ask for your shitty opinion I asked for a lesbian princess
HORSES ARE SO WEIRD THEY ARE LITERALLY THE WEIRDEST ANIMALS EVER OH MY GOD THEY RUN AROUND ON THEIR FINGERNAILS
Filming a rainbow when suddenly.
what the fuck
The gays are angry
do you ever start to get like really irrationally mad at people for no reason like because they’re standing around in the kitchen and won’t leave when you want to get some food or they move something you set down somewhere else or they forget to close the door when they leave like it’s just a stupid little thing but it makes you so mad
an emotional roller coaster from start to finish
I hate this so much more than anything
a cinematic masterpiece
if u wanna hear the most Florida thing ever just know that in 3rd grade i placed third in the Tropicana Orange Juice speech contest by writing about how we need to Love and Respect alligators
All of my friends are fun, talented, cutie-patooties, and I’m just here like
WHAT DO YOU MEAN NOT TALENTED THT WAS THE MOST MAJESTIC THING IVE EVER SEEN
current emotion: that barn from the walking dead
WHY DID YOU SET ME ON FIRE, SPONGEBOB
WHY DIDN’T YOU JUST WRITE YOUR ESSAY
His name is Sam
Hey! You’re one of my favorite blogs so I figure if give you a heads up. Sand is dangerous to almost all reptiles, including bearded dragons!
Even if the bag says it’s safe, or made specifically for reptiles (this also includes calci-sand and crushed walnut) it’s not!
Bearded dragons ingest it while eating or simply licking it. Especially when you’re not looking, bearded dragons spontaneously lick things. This sand MIGHT be passed through their gut undigested but there is a good chance of it staying there and blocking their intestines.
This has been observed time and time again. Many bearded dragon owners have lost their lizards to this totally preventable death! Eventually it forms such a block that food cannot pass. The bearded dragon then suffers and dies.
So please, for his safety, take that sand out as soon as possible! (If he is on sand, that is!)
Safe substrates include paper towels, newspaper, butcher paper, commercial reptile “carpet” (only to be used with beardies who have their nails trimmed, otherwise their nails might catch), “excavator clay”, and the biggest preference goes to normal tile! It can be purchased at most hardware stores and also cut to size there.
Also make sure he’s getting enough UVB light (this is a separate light from your heat lamp)! It is extremely important for his health.