PurplePumpkin

purplepumpkin


I'm almost always on the internet, and when I'm not I'm either reading, writing or serving my furry master (the one pictured, I'm not THAT weird).

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I'll take the whole chart 9 comments
purplepumpkin · 3 days ago
Ayy tag yourself, for the first time in my life I'm far right.
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I'll take the whole chart 9 comments
purplepumpkin · 3 days ago
Ok, may I add a 3rd dimension: panda-fish
On the current chart, you replace raccoon with possum.
Now on the rat-horse/panda-fish graph, you have, clockwise: raccoon, zebra, obvious seahorse, I'd say ratfish but the resemblance isn't striking so otter?
On the dog-cat/panda-fish: lemur, catfish, seal, sheep?
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Existential crisis at the festival 6 comments
purplepumpkin · 3 days ago
Brooding at the meeting
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You Can't Handle It 8 comments
purplepumpkin · 4 days ago
You have a point, even more so if you know some crazy conspiracy but you feel powerless (I've always wondered how stressed Edward Snowden might have felt) But maybe by knowing everything, you also know how to stop the bad?
I wonder if everyone would fall for it 8 comments
purplepumpkin · 4 days ago
It's not very thug, you'll get used to it in no time. Virgin sacrifices are on Fridays.
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You Can't Handle It 8 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
Yes. How awesome would it be to just have the truth on everything. To know the truth about what it means to be alive, or or about little lies, or about the future...
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Turkish for sis in law whom I don't like 4 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
Ah une baguette, you're a man of culture as well!
What did you make? The red stuff looks like a chakchouka but I can't tell for the rest.
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The best kind of flight attendant 9 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
"Please fasten your seatbelt, if you go through the windshields we're the ones who have to replace it"
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But like am I wrong tho? Idk 73 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
I don't dislike it, I just read it 3 times in a row
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History, as in it's the result of a process, through time, through generations. Not cultural history... Biological history if you will, that bears your ancestor's history, every step making all of your DNA, as opposed to a biological flipping of a coin.
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My point was, biologically there are indicators that seem to indicate it's not only "in the head" but runs deeper, which isn't the case in "transraciality". (I've even seen that the ratio of identical twins being trans is significantly higher than all the other types of siblings) I have also seen the ones you're referring to, and I don't think the two undermine each other.
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Woman: person who wouldn't prefer having a penis, man: person who wouldn't prefer having a vagina. (in super short. I'm tired af and I have other things to do atm)
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Meet the chiton, a very metal mollusk 4 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
Thanks! *slaps own head* This bad girl can fit so much useless knowledge in it!
Although I'm gonna be fully honest: I studied geology and I read about the chiton recently so...
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I wonder if everyone would fall for it 8 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
*does it* Do I get the quote?
Seriously me 3 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
I legit had my Dad call me one day saying "Hi, your grandmother's dead. How are you?", but tbh I'm not sure going in circles would have been much better in my specific case.
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Keeping it in the family 13 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
"...ended up destroying an entire dynasty and funkmasterrex' shirt"
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Let's ask prince Eric 50 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
...Now I'm wondering if you're actually a virgin.
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But like am I wrong tho? Idk 73 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
Ok famousone, I found another one obviously on Merriam-Webster, which I routinely use, but looking into it further they don't seem to bear the most common definition indeed. I stand corrected!
But like am I wrong tho? Idk 73 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
Clearly we don't seem to understand each other on that definition thing. You avoided my question and instead repeated yourself, it is indeed useless to go around this again in these circumstances.
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Race is the result of history/heritage, while gender is not. Biologically, transwomen's neural networks are closer to ciswomen; transwomen seem to have had lower prenatal testosterone levels than cismen, while transmen have had higher prenatal T than ciswomen. There's a strong correlation between biology and transgender behavior, that I've yet to read about on "transracial" ppl.
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Disingenuous, I said a marked difference between the two groups would be ostracisation. Full-fledged Asians - traditional Asians is not what I suggest and would indeed be an ostracisation. Then, if you had new Asians - traditional Asians, both of them would coexist as Asians without one being excluded from that group, so no ostracism.
Keeping it in the family 13 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
I didn't find a paleopathology analysis that could confirm this, but given that at the time painters would make royalty appear more beautiful, and yet he has a face only a mother/cousin could love, I'm ready to believe the rest too.
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Let's ask prince Eric 50 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
That was me haha
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Out of context - FS edition 26 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
I've upvoted you both, we can do it!
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Vogon construction fleet inbound .. 6 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
I'd missed the notif but that's so sweet, thank you!
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I wonder if everyone would fall for it 8 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
You're the only one who'd get invited again.
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But like am I wrong tho? Idk 73 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 days ago
Merriam-Webster defines Asian as "1: a native or inhabitant of Asia
2: a person of Asian descent"
Let's ask prince Eric 50 comments
purplepumpkin · 6 days ago
Thanks mate!
Btw I admire the realism of this; it's currently 31°C and I can feel I'm grilling.
*fast forward*
*dies*
I'll regenerate later, once I've evacuated your body (either naturally or alien-style, not decided yet), but you can eat me and get the answer! Bone ape and tit!
What happened to it 4 comments
purplepumpkin · 6 days ago
Yup, need to study the potential cocktail effects with other molecules to determine the actual viability in a living body, and then experiment on your mice to see if they don't drop dead right away, then you need to study side effects: worth it or not, how to minimise them etc., then sometimes test on bigger animals (swine, monkeys), and then present your research to receive the authorisation to make the first experimental tests on humans, recruit your first cohort, that has to be small just in case there are unexpected side effects, to not destroy too many lives at a time basically, and then up the scale -there are typically 3 trial phases. All of this sprinkled with articles and conferences to present the result of your work, so that peers can 1. check you're not bullshitting, 2. discuss if you're not making a mistake that invalidates it and how to improve things, and 3. get inspired to develop the technique faster.
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Medieval art isn't always accurate 8 comments
purplepumpkin · 6 days ago
The conclusion of the first one was 1. you can but it's a pain in the ass and you risk drowning, it's impossible with the whole armor and helmet though, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLCVAfsjh7o (it's in French) and 2. provided the dress is correctly tailored, you can and it's badass af. (Jill Bearup's entire channel is dedicated to this!)
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