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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Not mine but I thought it would fit here 4 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 weeks ago
Haha yesthe struggle is real, I haven't taken a bath or shower in exactly 23 years today!It was funny at first but now I attract flies.
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Now, that is a game changer! 6 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 weeks ago
Hi! Thanks for your enthusiasm but I'm not *really* back I just cracked and used a bit of my data because I'm too addicted to this website^^
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Now, that is a game changer! 6 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 weeks ago
Well I'll be damned, it works. Just fyi you can also use archive.org (or these days emergency national llibrary), click "borrow" and then get rid of the DRM (it's longer obviously but if you can't find a specific book...)
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Brutal 14 comments
purplepumpkin · 5 weeks ago
Artists used to study from bodies, they went to dissection sessions held by/for medical students. Glad we just got Pinterest for that today.
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Bragging about owning a waterbed without financing and writing LOSER on his players 7 comments
purplepumpkin · 6 weeks ago
Also the answer to her actual question was "2 weeks".
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Merry christmas 2 comments
purplepumpkin · 6 weeks ago
Wow time flies when in confinement, thanks for reminding me to go shopping for gifts.
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We die in the dark so you can live in the light 3 comments
purplepumpkin · 6 weeks ago
Reminds me of that story of a teen that had disappeared. Her father and uncle searched all of the region's brothels until they found her (she was indeed rescued).
I’ll just awkwardly stumble through the word until we get hitched 4 comments
purplepumpkin · 6 weeks ago
That's funny, I feel kinda the same with hearing it in a French discourse above and in an English one in the second panel. The way of pronouncing it with particular emphasis makes it sound really fancy compared to how I'm used to hearing it in French.
Brutal 14 comments
purplepumpkin · 6 weeks ago
Ed Gein should have published a DIYs book.
Just wondering... 26 comments
purplepumpkin · 6 weeks ago
Hi! In France we can't go outside except for grocery shopping and emergencies. My internship was suspended, so I went back to my parents_they don't have an internet connection and I don't have a lot of data. I don't have my stuff and usual hobbies and they're very stressed out, which is starting to take a toll on me, but I know they're safe and I can take care of them.
We haven't found eggs or milk in a month and the mailmen don't want to deliver non-essential stuff anymore (understandably).
My sis is an "essential worker" (daycare). She doesn't have kids so she's "available" and they dumped the work of her 3 colleagues on her shoulders, she's not doing well. We call her a few hours every evening because she's exhausted and bored. She had just moved in and has only her computer with the complete SG1 DVDs (thankfully!), 3 hidden objects games, ten books and her walkman. No internet at all, and she hears ambulances passing by. I want to hug her.
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This restaurant is awesome 3 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
Yeah same. I'm gonna get downvoted for this but relying so heavily on people giving away an amount of money they decide themselves for other people to make a living in a country where a huge part of the population sees universal healthcare as too generous and unnecessary seems wild.
Of course I do understand that people who don't go to restaurants won't have to pay for tips (duh) and that's where the comparison ends. But I still find these expectations a bit illogical.
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I am this old. 3 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
It reminds me of Adibou, I don't know if that's right.
(Or maybe an educational game called "Genius seeds" _no it wasn't about jerking of Einstein)
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Manly Man 2 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
Ok I'm not for punching animals but his interpretation of the subject was absolutely golden.
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Every man's dream girl 1 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
If we're gonna assess separate words to people based on how easily they can do the exact same thing, it's gonna be complicated.
Mozart almost spoke and breathed music. It was natural and easy for him. Yet last time I read about him he was still a musician.
I suggest using the term "sex artist" or "sexer" and moving on.
Truely amazing 4 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
That's smarter that way!
Near my parent's village they found relevant to host the biggest Smurfs assembly on march 7th (3500 people). 5 days later the schools and universities were closed in France and 2 days after that everything that is "not essential" (aka everything except banks, food shops, and newspapers selling points). Some people need to sort out their priorities but won't.
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If we're showing headset stands 1 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
We're not but hey you do you.
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He did it 7 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
Ah yes I see your point too. Although my mom also dismissed the concept of fight with a lovely and poetic "fighting, my ass. You don't fight, you have it, you get your meds and you cry when the door closes." She never felt like she had an active role to play in this whole story that just happened to her. I think her fight was more on an emotional and unconscious level and she tends not to give herself enough credit in general anyways.
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Not mine but where in the world are those tRAdiTiONal doctors in times of need? 8 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
I think traditional might be better for "slow" stuff. My Trieztze (hope I'm getting this right) syndrom only goes better with massages and weird movements. My granddad cancer would have killed him a lot faster if it wasn't for chemo. One shouldn't be there to rule the others out.
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The d*ck makes it better 4 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
This woman: Fairly new in the "being a girl" game while I've been playing for 22 years. Is still 10x cuter than me without any room for doubt.
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Meow 3 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
Me considering I'm running late and should get dressed and prepare food for lunch but not willing to stop looking at memes in my bed.
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This actually works 1 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
Also if you're in need of academic sources, use Google Scholar instead of your regular browser and whenever you'd like to bypass a paywall on said academic sources, scihub is your best friend. (I may or may not have cried tears of joy once or twice thanks to it.)
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Know this side of India too 5 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
Well I think it's the spirit of actually befriending and fully trusting the animal as an equal. Not caging it, not putting it down. Just being friends.
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He did it 7 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
The thing that I've always find weird is labelling survivors "strong" like the others were weak? It's their fault somehow? When she officially got rid of hers, my mom got congrats from the nurse and she said "I wasn't strong or brave, I never had the choice". That stuck with me.
Although I understand the need to celebrate and say stuff like that because they feel good.
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Boomers amirite 2 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
My mom has no problem with stuff like that as long as it's not an actual person. When it is she's always like "who is that honey?"
But we developed our own tiny meme culture where we send each other pics that reminds us of that one silly situation we got in December. She's good at that game!
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We seem to be close to this... 6 comments
purplepumpkin · 10 weeks ago
Honestly food is my biggest concern, I can always stock up tree leaves or use paper or just wait for pee to evaporate and hop in the shower.
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