itss half 3am i just spent 40 minutes w/ the dog cos something woke him so i took him outside to go to the loo then i had to gradually get him back to sleep and i tellyah what hes lucky hes cute because i am VERY TIRED but its okay he needed cuddles
okayg odonight again hopefully he’ll sleep through til morning now
its just past midnight but im sitting up waiting for nathaniel to sleep bleh poor pup if he was housetrained and able to work stairs out id just have him in my bed but as is hes in a crate
*uncovers woman’s skeleton* as you can see, ancient bros used status symbols, or “accessorizing” if you will, to signal masculinity to their dudes. the gold and red inset snake earrings represent male virility. note the extensive cache of guyliner and manscara present in the tomb. and how sweet, these two soldiers were buried holding hands, to symbolize their eternal devotion, or, “brovotion” as my thesis will say.
Anonymous said: FUCK YOUR PERPETUATION OF THE "BRONIES AREN'T REALLY OPPRESSED MYTH" YOU PRIVILEGED FUCKS. I COULDN'T GET A JOB BECAUSE OF MY BRONY ARMBAND.
I care about earth’s environment. Is my dick biodegradable?
Dear Normand Krieg of Crystal, ND,
No. Human dicks are non-biodegradable, and their improper disposal poses a serious ecological threat to our planet’s oceans.
I highly recommend that you speak with your probate lawyer about what to do with your dick after you’ve passed on. Most medical schools are happy to accept donated dicks for use as learning tools. Another option is willing your dick to the Arts—many struggling artists would be glad to “upcycle” your dead dick into beautiful and challenging installation art.
If you feel uncomfortable with passing your dick on to strangers, keep it in the family! Many people choose to have their deceased dicks bronzed or taxidermied, and incorporated into a “family dick tree” mural in their foyer. What better way to assuage the approach of death than to know that future generations of your progeny will gaze upon your old mummified dick as a cherished heirloom?
—Dr. Ricky D. Dickdoctor, MD