spiderwoman

spiderwoman


I'll either give you a scientific breakdown, a tl;dr of a clickbait title, or beg for help in suicide jokes. <3

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Found this beautiful moth outside work today 9 comments
spiderwoman · 6 weeks ago
You're gonna make me blush
Even if you don’t believe, I think there’s a better plan for everyone 23 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
Sorry, I'm sorta not using FS anymore. Talking on discord would be preferable over these slow responses on a forum.
Oof 3 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
I like the phrase "God damnit" because it's literally a request for God to damn the thing
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My ladie 9 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
This reminds me of the time Anita Sarkesian complained that she couldn't see Batman's ass in a video game when all she had to do was play it for five minutes to get plenty of footage of nothing but hunk ass. The issue they're bringing is completely imaginary.
Homophobes 3 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
Pastor Ted?
When two oceans come together 4 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
This is just a very temporary difference in water that has just entered the sea in a large amount such as from a glacier. It's not an ocean border.
Charlie chaplin knew it 2 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
Permanence is irrelevant. The food I eat isn't permanently in my body, but that doesn't mean the effect it has isn't insanely important. Given the food is currently chicken nuggets, the effect is probably just lowering my life expectancy, but that's important too.
Pretty darn accurate 3 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
I'm not up for adoption though
lies.. (greetings, cycy.. bye.) 98 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
Discord?
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A book nerds dream 4 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
My favorite books only exist on the internet though.

I'm reading a fanfiction that has such amazing quality that it really deserves to have been a published work. I wish I knew the name of this author because they have to have even more works. Excellence like this is crafted through numerous failures and is followed by many successes.
title 5 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
Uncultured swine. I, like a true gentlewoman, read my porn.
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I cry every time 4 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
I watched an analysis involving this movie, and it talked about how injustice is really the thing that makes someone cry in a movie. I've seen it myself in books as well. So many reactions to people dying, but I see this one death where he just didn't deserve to die and his student didn't deserve to hear about it.
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Perfect idea 2 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
Somebody do this to me please. I'll leave a note explaining how to tie another noose to make both sides looks the same
One of the best sing along songs out there 9 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
I've never heard it
Adorable danger floofs 16 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
This is why we learn these things. So that we may inform people on a meme site six years later.
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A fully armed human 2 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
Close, but my arm comes out of the center of my chest
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Unlimited power 2 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
I use it unironically occasionally. It is perfect for speaking about a change or correction when talking about a certain word.
This. This right here, is awesome 32 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
Honestly, these people are actually dangerous. It isn't even an exaggeration to say there are walking around as terroristic bioweapons. They are literally bringing back polio which we nearly eliminated with the vaccines that they claim are "ineffective".
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Even if you don’t believe, I think there’s a better plan for everyone 23 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
I would be delighted to try explaining evolution to you, @sublime gaming. Evolution is absolutely a fact, and I believe myself competent enough in the theory to explain any questions or explanations you have of it. Even people who agree with evolution usually have large misunderstandings on aspects of it. I'm sure I do as well, but I do my best to discover and correct those mistakes. I won't solely rely on other sources or even take steps into religion unless you bring it up. Of course, this evolution I am talking about here is biological evolution which is the only evolution scientists tend to use the term evolution for. There is a misconception that certain groups have the evolution and all of science are the same thing. The Big Bang Theory has nothing to do with evolution as evolution is merely the change in genetic populations over time.
Even if you don’t believe, I think there’s a better plan for everyone 23 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
As for what you said about the Big Bang, that isn't correct. The Big Bang wasn't an explosion. It was an expansion of space. The difference is immense. The speed limit of the universe (The speed that light is limited by) doesn't apply here. This descriptive law (A descriptive law describes what is happening rather than a prescriptive law that permits/prohibits it from happening) states that nothing within space may move faster than the speed of light. Space (As in the dimensions X, Y, and Z) isn't limited by this. As a side note, it wouldn't even be proper to say that matter even existed then. Matter didn't exist for some time after the Big Bang. Before that it was simply pure energy. When the universe expanded, it was able to cool (The bigger space allowed the energy to move away causing the temperature to decrease) allowing the matter to form. E=MC^2 isn't just a random tidbit. 1 unit of mass requires energy divided by the speed of light square.
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Even if you don’t believe, I think there’s a better plan for everyone 23 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
Micro evolution and macro evolution are the exact same thing. You claim that it is possible for someone to walk a dozen meters, but that it is impossible for them to walk a mile. The only difference is time. You can just as easily claim it, but that wouldn't be true. If we want to look to court cases, then the Edwards vs. Aguillard and the Kitzmiller vs. Dover cases are examples where the American court houses ruled that Creationism (And it's clone with another name: intelligent design) is not actually science and is merely a bundle of unsupported assertions. The entirety of biology, genetics, taxonomy, epigenetics, embryonic evolution, microbiology, and geology are just a few of the sciences that support, provide evidence for, and/or depend on evolution.
Prove me wrong 5 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
There are only a few YouTubers I've watched for years. I can quote basically any VanossGaming video because I've watched them all dozens of times.
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Good guy Canada 13 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
I honestly believe that the god that you just described is so detached from the god in the Bible that it is fair to say that this form of Christianity may fairly be described as an entirely new religion.
What a mad lad 11 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
It was pizza or spaghetti. It twas lunch.
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From "Look, it's a Mexican mario, that's hilarious and adorable!" to 7 comments
spiderwoman · 28 weeks ago
I believe the sentiment stands firm. I actually see actions as shown in the top post to be pretty "racist" for lack of a better term. They want to remove the "stereotypes" when those stereotypes are usually just an accurate description of another culture's holidays or livelihood. Stereotypes aren't always accurate and are exaggerated, but they are usually based in reality.
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