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Entomologist Rates Emoji Ants [does this make them an Antomologist?] 8 comments
ewqua · 16 hours ago
Why do those descriptions sound like the dude is sexually attracted to ants?
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Love these movies 11 comments
ewqua · 2 days ago
Honestly the only two movie musicals I will defend till death are Rocky Horror Picture Show and Sweeney Todd.
Heady lucid promulgated Yak 13 comments
ewqua · 3 days ago
Norse mythology is amazing and there are some hilarious moments in it. I wish Vikings weren't always portrayed as violent and grim, when they were very civilized and celebrated nature and the Gods. I would love it if the Uttgarda-Loki story or Thor dressing up as Freya and getting married was shown or mentioned in mainstream content about Vikings, instead of the whole grey, grim, "barbarian" stuff.
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Here's the Deal [Predictive Text Game For The Truly Bored] 36 comments
ewqua · 3 days ago
Here's the deal with the Soviet Union City Hall I have to foot the bill for the month of December.
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Thoughts? 35 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
This should be a decision of the partners but it's good to be generally aware which one is the "easier" and lower risk procedure.
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Thoughts? 35 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
Knowledge about biology and surgical procedures is feminist bullshit? Okay.
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Preach the hemp life 6 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
So like a stiffer linen, or jute?
That could still easily be used for industrial uses and transport, if it's not comfortable to wear.
Or a hemp-cotton blend could be used for clothing.
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You’ve sunkk my battleship 18 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
Yeah most coffee shops these days call it chai latte. To my knowledge masala chai and chai latte is essentially the same thing, black tea with spices and milk. You can find a bunch of different recipes online, I personally put cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, cardamom and cloves in mine. Also a bit of brown sugar for sweetness and some protein powder once it cools down a bit.
It's really nice because you can have it hot, which brings out the flavor of the spices more, or cold which is rather mild and perfect for warm summer days.
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You’ve sunkk my battleship 18 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
I'm the hippie weirdo who doesn't eat white bread or drink coffee lol
I make my masala chai with a lot of milk tho
And on the occasion that I do have regular bread, it definitely depends. If I'm having it with something sweet like butter and jam or honey, I'd go 3 or 4. But if I'm just rubbing a clove of garlic on it, it has to be burned and hard so that the garlic gets almost grated on the bread.
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Ballerina Franceska Mann 39 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
Yup
I'd like to see evidence about the mental illness claim also
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Ballerina Franceska Mann 39 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
I saw him/her make "being gay is a sin" comments on other posts so I'd say he/she's probably part of a cult
Ballerina Franceska Mann 39 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
I think it's that "Everyone else is a sheep but I'm the one who saw the truth" kind of thing. Now, I heavily endorse skepticism and questioning the narratives of people in power but I feel like a lot of these truthers, whether it's 9/11 truthers, global warming skeptics, anti-vaxx, or Holocaust deniers, direct their skepticism the wrong way. They're skeptical towards the scientists who tell us we're nearing an environmental catastrophe, but not towards the oil companies who say everything is fine and we should keep buying their products. They're skeptical towards historians and historical records to the point they'd rather believe an unsourced YouTube video by some neonazi lunatic. They say vaccines are bad but buy essential oils from scammers that claim that stuff cures cancer. These snake oil salesmen are usually charismatic and manipulative so I suppose it's easy for some people to fall into the trap of believing you know better than everyone, but that's exactly how they get you.
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What's A Christmas RomCom Without Dragon Age Cosplayers 6 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
Yeah, Bull's romance was interesting. I didn't like Solas's much but how it ties into the story at the end was neat. It's just like everything with Solas, he's very unassuming and then he surprises you. But I won't spoil that lol
And hey my very first Origins playthrough was a female mage so I was always curious if they ever do anything about Cullen and his lil crush on mage Warden. I'm really glad they made him a romance option later on. And yeah, you can never go wrong with an Alistair-type character.
Ballerina Franceska Mann 39 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
I mean in some places in Europe, these concentration camps are still standing. Auschwitz, Terezín, Lidice (which wasn't a concentration camp but a village destroyed by the Nazis who were passing by) all exist as memorials. People can go visit and see what the "life" there was like. There are pictures, there are accounts of survivors, do deniers actually think that all these elderly people who went through hell are part of some Illuminati conspiracy or something?
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What's A Christmas RomCom Without Dragon Age Cosplayers 6 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
Inquisition's romances are interesting because each is so different. Some are more traditional/romantic, some are funny, some are more casual. Being a softie who melts whenever I see something cute, my favorite was the Cullen one.
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Ballerina Franceska Mann 39 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
@xvarnah If those kids could read they'd be very upset
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Ballerina Franceska Mann 39 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
Hey aren't you guys both Christian fundies?
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What's A Christmas RomCom Without Dragon Age Cosplayers 6 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
Romance in the Dragon Age games is a million times better than in any romcom lol
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Ballerina Franceska Mann 39 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
People who are oppressed and treated like animals might rebel against their oppressors? sO iMpLaUsiBLe
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True wisdom 49 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
For someone who hates murder, God sure does a lot of it in the Bible
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Had me in the first half not gonna lie, 3 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
Ah, such uplifting words. I needed to see this today. *sharpens knife*
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Groan 7 comments
ewqua · 1 week ago
Hell yeah. Spinach + chicken + cheese pizza with an egg in the middle? Yes please
Hard work 13 comments
ewqua · 2 weeks ago
This! Yeah people are making fun of her for good reasons, she was already born into massive wealth and had name recognition which made it much easier for her to set up the business in the first place, but are we now acting like Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs, all the founders of fast fashion companies etc. are much better because they were 'self-made'? They all benefit from inhumane conditions in factories in China, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and so on. For fuck's sake, a fast fashion factory in Bangladesh crashed down in 2013 because there were no building safety regulations, over a 1000 people were killed and 2500 were injured, and people are still going to Zara, Primark, H&M and others for their cheap clothing like it doesn't matter at all. Apple's factories in China have suicide nets around them! Kylie Jenner isn't the first or last to use unethical labor. I would even argue that it is impossible to make such vast amounts of wealth without there being at least one unethical element somewhere.
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There is no defeating god without maternity and paternity leave 4 comments
ewqua · 2 weeks ago
Well, you should've known by the username.
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My grandmother holding my grandfather after Iwo Jima. Beaufort, SC 3 comments
ewqua · 2 weeks ago
Damn, what a strong lady! I do martial arts and work out a bunch and I can carry a heavy guy on my back no problem, but not in my arms, not even people my weight.
To be fair though I always had problems growing muscle on my arms. I can't even do a proper push-up tbh. My legs and core are strong but my arms have always been weak and I can't seem to be able to fix it :/
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