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by Lily Suh of i3lab
3: Do you smoke?
Nah. I don’t mind if other people do, and like the smell of some cigarettes/cigars/etc. but I dislike the texture of them in my mouth.
4: Do you drink?
Yeah, sometimes. I used to be a huge lightweight and I still don’t drink very much, but I like rum and tequila well enough on their own, and my sweet tooth compels me to take anything that’s reasonably sweet enough (e.g fruity drinks, sweet red/dessert wines, and so forth).
5: Do you take drugs?
I used to sort of overuse sleeping pills before my second death. Mostly to keep myself sedated and not hurting myself or anyone else. I slipped back into that a few times earlier this year but for the most part I’ve stopped. I’ve never really cared to do any other drugs because I don’t like losing control of myself more than I have to.
Also up there on my list of favorites is Cabin in the Woods. It was just…a lot of fun, as horror movies go? It was interesting as a film and as a commentary on horror films in general, and, you know, a good source of black humor. Thumbs up.
21: What I love most about myself
Ahh…answered this twice and I can’t think of a third thing right now. Sorry ‘bout that Vikk. :(
33: What words make me feel the best about myself
Any praise, really. Especially if it comes from helping/being useful to others…
Now You See Me is definitely up there for me. The ending romance felt a little weak to me, but everything else was great. I mean obviously I’m a sucker for magician shit and trying to puzzle things out but yeah. Keeps you guessing and I like that.
19:A fact about your personality
My personality is in need of a major overhaul but I think it’s unlikely that it’ll get one in the near future. It’s my fault for not caring enough most of the time to fix it, but there are times when I do care and even then I have no idea what to do.
21:What I love most about myself
That said. Besides magic, I’m kind of proud of the fact I’ve gotten by as long as I have as well as I have. Sometimes it feels a little worrying that I got over some stuff as easily as I did, but. I can’t say I’m any worse (that I can tell) for having done so, so. Go me?
26:My biggest pet peeves
I bristle a lot at people who cut in front of me and then go slower for no apparent reason. What’s your damage, people? If you’re gonna cut me off, at least speed the fuck up.
44:A random fact about anything
It turns out fluorescence is pretty common in marine life, especially in fish and corals, meaning that they seem to glow when viewed under dark blue/UV light and in different colors (red, yellow, and green, namely) when the blue or violet is filtered out. Or I guess you’d see them glow if you could naturally see fluorescence? Which would be pretty cool. Like an underwater rave party.
6:Age you get mistaken for
Age is. Really weird for me, and I’m not sure what I should go with so I just say I’m 27. But I look the same as I did when I was 25 and all, so that’s usually what people put me at. Sometimes a little younger and occasionally older but, yeah.
21:What I love most about myself
The magical abilities and other talents I possess, chiefly. It feels good to be good at something, even with the limitations and sacrifices that come with it. I gave a lot, maybe even too much, to get where I am with that, but I’m proud of what I have here and now.
38:My childhood career choice
Ah, I kinda wanted to be some kind of wandering hero like in the cartoons when I was really little, like a lot of kids do, but. I think the first real life career I wanted was to be a stage magician/illusionist, like you see in Vegas and whatnot.
The feeding frenzy scene from Planet Earth: Ocean Deep (S1, EP11). A dead fish, probably a tuna, is completely devoured by deep-sea scavengers, including spider crabs, deep-sea eels, and giant isopods. The crabs are supposed to be a meter across while the isopods are about 1/3 meter (~1.09 feet) long. There’s not much left of the fish after the scavengers are done.
This time-lapsed footage was taken 2,000 meters (~6562 feet) underwater in the Gulf of Mexico, over a span of three hours. The BBC Natural History Unit worked with the “Scientific and Environmental ROV Partnership Using Existing Industrial Technology” (SERPENT) project to connect with industries that could help position their camera rig — painstakingly designed to withstand the deep-sea pressure — on the ocean floor for several days.
the gist of my blog today and likely for the following week or so, courtesy of thecakebar.
Glad FR added element type into the dragon previewer. Now I can while away the hours making better dragon versions of everyone I know.