Mr_PigeonWizard

mr_pigeonwizard


Norwegian hobby photographer
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A simple little riddle 16 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 8 hours ago
The correct answer to this riddle is ”your exact weight”, just as @lionmaster answered
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A simple little riddle 16 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 8 hours ago
And now I can reveal the correct answer
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A simple little riddle 16 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 8 hours ago
The horse's shadow
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A simple little riddle 16 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 12 hours ago
I'll comment the correct answer a little later today
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A simple little riddle 16 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 13 hours ago
Here's the riddle I promised @snowbeast
This is me after I post on 3 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 14 hours ago
... Yeah
It's probably from Reddit, since the name is blank rather than changed to 'where'
The original is a skit from SNL with Will Ferrell, apparently
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Looks like pigeon had a intense phone call 3 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 17 hours ago
Oh yes, a shipment from Pigeon Forge went missing the other day
Faoladh / Conroicht (The Irish "Werewolf" ) - Kind of MythologicalSubstance 14 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 17 hours ago
I know, but it's not your fault this time though, because I'm very capable of confusing myself at all times
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Faoladh / Conroicht (The Irish "Werewolf" ) - Kind of MythologicalSubstance 14 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 18 hours ago
Yeah, I think I need to learn how to read, again, because now I've confused myself
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Faoladh / Conroicht (The Irish "Werewolf" ) - Kind of MythologicalSubstance 14 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 20 hours ago
Oh, it was mentioned?
I didn't hear it, well that changes things a bit, that's why I don't dismiss possibilities.
And yes, it really is a cool film I'd like to watch
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Predictive Horoscopes for the Truly Bored 47 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 20 hours ago
Yeah, that works too
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My cat decided to be a loaf 2 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 21 hours ago
@catfluff in a box is always a good thing
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Predictive Horoscopes for the Truly Bored 47 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 22 hours ago
I analyze the way you want to talk about it.
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There's a fact about me
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Faoladh / Conroicht (The Irish "Werewolf" ) - Kind of MythologicalSubstance 14 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 22 hours ago
I don't think it's related, since Faoladh / Conroicht wasn't mentioned in the trailer, nor is it mentioned in the plot on wikipedia, however, I'm not going to dismiss the possibility that it is
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Faoladh / Conroicht (The Irish "Werewolf" ) - Kind of MythologicalSubstance 14 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 1 day ago
Ooh nice, The legendary werewolves of Ossory, and yes, as the text states, some mythological creatures are guardians and protectors
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Checkmate sl*ts 13 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 1 day ago
This isn't savagery, it's straight up facts
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Vodyanoy (Slavic folklore) 6 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 1 day ago
Fishermen ask the vodník for help by placing a pinch of tobacco in the water and saying, "Here's your tobacco, Lord Vodník, now give me a fish." In Czech, Slovak and Slovene tales vodníci live in ponds or rivers; there is no mention of a particular dwelling and the "half-sunken log" is unapparent. There are almost no references to vodníci in connection with sea water, which it is supposed would be dangerous, even deadly for them.
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Vodyanoy (Slavic folklore) 6 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 1 day ago
Czech, Slovenian and Slovak tales have both evil and good vodníci (relative to human beings) who do (or don't, respectively) try to drown people when they happen to swim in their territory. Vodníci would store the souls of the drowned in porcelain teapots. They consider their teapots as the most valuable heritage and display their "work", and consider the number of these pots as representative of their wealth and/or status among other vodníci. When the lid of such a pot is removed, the soul within (in a form of a bubble) will escape and be liberated. Except for fish (or perhaps fish spirits), they do not have servants. Otherwise, vodníci spend their time by running their territory or – in their spare time – playing cards, smoking pipes or just sitting at the water surface (on rocks, willows nearby) and loitering.
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Vodyanoy (Slavic folklore) 6 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 1 day ago
In Czech, Slovene and Slovak folklore the features of the vodník are markedly different from the East-Slavic conception; he has a completely human constitution and habits, except for few differences – vodníci (plural of vodník) have gills, webbed membrane between their fingers and their skin is algae-green in colour (as well as their hair, which is typically of pale green tone). Their overall dress and appearance is bizarre, sometimes even resembling a vagrant; patchy shirts and (by modern standards) odd hats - often boaters with long speckled ribbons - are commonplace. They can withstand lingering for hours outside their ponds. When they do so, one can certainly discern them by their wet coat-tails from which water is dripping under all circumstances. The vodník's face is usually unshaven and it is not uncommon for a vodník to have a large, wet, tangled beard.
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Vodyanoy (Slavic folklore) 6 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 1 day ago
When angered, the vodyanoy breaks dams, washes down water mills, and drowns people and animals. (Consequently, fishermen, millers, and also bee-keepers make sacrifices to appease him.) He would drag down people to his underwater dwelling to serve him as slaves.
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In the Russian North, is believed that vodyanoys have a ruler. He is an old man, armed with a club. He can rise to the sky sitting on a black cloud and creating new rivers and lakes. His name is the Tsar Vodyanik, or the Vodyan Tsar.
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Vodyanoy (Slavic folklore) 6 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 1 day ago
In Slavic mythology, vodyanoy or vodyanoi (Russian: водяно́й, IPA: [vədʲɪˈnoj]; lit. '[he] from the water' or 'watery') is a male water spirit. Vodník (or in Germanized form: Hastrman), in Czech fairy tales, is the same creature as the Wassermann or nix of German fairy tales.
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Vodyanoy is said to appear as a naked old man with a frog-like face, greenish beard, and long hair, with his body covered in algae and muck, usually covered in black fish scales. He has webbed paws instead of hands, a fish's tail, and eyes that burn like red-hot coals. He usually rides along his river on a half-sunk log, making loud splashes. Consequently, he is often dubbed "grandfather" or "forefather" by the local people. Local drownings are said to be the work of the vodyanoy (or rusalkas).
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Look on the bright side 4 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 1 day ago
It's clobberin' time!
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Bear with me 11 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 1 day ago
It's prefectly fine, we got a solid movie night now
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Bear with me 11 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 1 day ago
Oh, good point, Open Season is good fun though, can't remember if I've watched The Great Outdoor, but it's a late 80's classic, not really a fan of paddington unfortunately
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This is not a computer generated psychedelic backdrop; This is the ceiling of the Shah 1 comments
mr_pigeonwizard · 1 day ago
This is not a computer generated psychedelic backdrop; this is the ceiling of the Shah Mosque.
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(TITLE FROM REDDIT r/pics)
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