a post where I explain with images how foxes are the best thing ever, and how if you disagree you are obviously wrong
I don’t about how anyone else feels, but I felt like drawing my own. I feel like this more often than I want to, and I’m currently on the brink of just giving up altogether…it hurts like hell feeling left out of things or not being included, or just the feeling of being forgotten or ignored in general…I really want to just throw in the towel and abandon all ties to some people so I never have to feel this way…but I still have a small spark of hope somewhere that won’t let me quit no matter how much I’d really like to…so…I guess I’ll just wait and see..
I really … This is something I’ve been experiencing a ton but I’ve never had the courage to talk about, though when I do try it just easily goes back to square 1. I still kinda feel nervous about typing this with the reblog too so sorry for adding this. The post reallly relates a lot to me. So thank you Shelly. Really. I mean it. vuv <3
I have an actual hole in my chest im not kidding
Ketchup is part of a merry band of liquids called Non-Newtonian fluids. Mayonnaise, toothpaste, blood, paint, peanut butter and lots of other fluids respond to force non-linearly. That is, their apparent thickness changes depending on how hard you push, or how long, or how fast.
From the TED-Ed Lesson Why is ketchup so hard to pour? - George Zaidan
Animation by TOGETHER
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Artist Scott Tulay (Featured) will have new work in two shows opening this July: “Look 4" will open July 9th at Foe Gallery in Northampton, Massachusetts and “Monochrome" will open July 10th at Spacewomb Gallery in Manhattan, New York. Tulay is a gifted tactician of the complex, whose forms speak of, whichever way you choose, either destruction or erratic growth.