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bruv 8 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Vermont accent?
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Dehydration levels to keep in mind 5 comments
guest · 5 years ago
I think they should scale this up a few shades--i.e. lighter is the 1st. The last looks like you are probably incurring kidney damage already!
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Meet Australia's more awesome eagle 34 comments
guest · 5 years ago
The American Bald is definitely not as small as a seagull. Furthermore, ALL birds have four photoreceptors in their eyes, which lend sensitivity in the near-IR and near-UV (Passerine birds also send signals with their feather coloration that are only perceptible by UV receptors). This translates to maximum acuity in low-light conditions, or in sensing polarized light or magnetic fields. Both of these eagles have a similar number of receptors per square millimeter, and this is a dumb transcription of politics on bird species!
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Big hit 8 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Are those people okay?!?
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Corgi cats?! 23 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Bow leggedness is also a problem. Hip and spine stress abound!!
Corgi cats?! 23 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Yes and spine problems...similar to what dachshunds experience. No support for a long stretch of spine. Some fanciers refuse to recognise as a "breed" because propagation is seen as being cruel...I have to say I agree.
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The great nipple migration 8 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Can often happen just by losing weight, and your skin tightening up over the pectorals--if you are young enough. Or by poor-/non-nipple-sparing bariatric surgery.
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did you know? 22 comments
guest · 5 years ago
I had a longer comment but my browser navigated away ;(
Just wanted to say that I have mild autism comorbid with misophonia, ADD, and major depression. Of course, I don't know if they are related, I just know that if I am imbalanced on the medication side, I feel a more acute sense of misophonia-related rage. I believe that the anti-anxiety action of depression meds works well.
Naturally, people not suffering from depression/general anxiety may experience misophonia-type symptoms as they are heightened by life-anxieties.
SimplyNoise and noise-cancelling headphones really help! But it is always challenging to communicate with loved ones and co-workers that your seemingly random bouts of rage have nothing to do with them personally...
Good luck all who read and identify!
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did you know? 22 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Smacking is gross to anyone with any vague concept of well-mannered eating.
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did you know? 22 comments
guest · 5 years ago
I have mild autism and misophonia. I also use simply noise to study! / I did use noise canceling headphones with simply noise but then I packed them in luggage and Frontier Airlines (the. worst.) lost my luggage and they are gone... Misophonia is the worst. As is explaining your apparently random bursts of anger to loved ones--over things that can't be helped like the fact of others chewing or swallowing or the rain dripping rhythmically from the roof outside...
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This is disgusting 48 comments
guest · 5 years ago
And it's really better to know the difference between your and you're.
If there is a heaven, she's there waiting 6 comments
guest · 5 years ago
Thank you for your service! We love you!
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Press the button Bill 13 comments
guest · 6 years ago
snopes.com/trump-wants-shut-internet/
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Growing up sucks 3 comments
guest · 6 years ago
Probably a Maine Coon. They get very large and have those ear tufts and a mane...
If Sheldon was real 6 comments
guest · 6 years ago
"If Sheldon *were* real." Use the subjunctive, people!