Friends Of Caveman Circus
Props to Kyle Kinane for his astute observation. Props to the commenter on reddit for offering an equally hilarious observation about his bunnies…
I own two rabbits, one male (fixed), and a younger female (who isn’t fixed yet). He’s mounted her a couple times, and it is painful to watch. It is very… rapey… He’ll corner her, violently mount her, rip clumps of hair out, and then hold her down and lick her ears afterwards, but her eyes are lifeless. Completely and entirely disturbing. I try to keep them off eachother. But since, he’s gotten much more docile. Edit: [He no longer mounts her, but she started mounting him.] He pretty much lets her do whatever she wants to him. Also, she squirts. She’ll see him, and start squirting all over the floor, and then run up and mount him. Sometimes she’ll mount his face and squirt all over it. She mounts cats, too….
“Hank Hill” joined campaign and started carrying around a propane tank everywhere, even through safe rooms.
Its Finals week and this local has not moved from this spot in 3 days
How I feel playing video games when I should be studying for finals
1. For the love of your own life, Don’t smoke. If you’re already smoking. Quit. The excuse that work stress made you do it, is not worth it.
2. Get exercise to be part of your daily routine.
3. Focus on quality not quantity
4. Food/Beverages: Learn, experiment, try out, taste all different types of foods. You eat 3 times a day if not more. Everyone on Earth follows the same routine, get to know food and you can break the ice in so many situations. Besides, its very tasty!
5. Cooking. Learn it. Its fun. You will get to enjoy food more and the company that comes with it.
6. Learn about Finances. Even if it might be boring, or not applicable immediately to you, learn about finances. To make money, you need to understand money, unless you luck out (which very few people do).
7. Start saving. Get into the habit of tucking a few Dollars every week. Try to build up savings for a rainy day.
8. Invest in property. As early as you can. Property in the long run, will always give you a profit.
9. Don’t get caught up in self-pity
10. Be Happy in whatever you do. If you’re not, why push yourself through it (be it life, work, personal relationships, hobbies, etc.)
11. Read. Read as much as you can, especially History and People. So many things will make sense to you.
12. Love the Outdoors. The more you are out and away from your desk, the greater the chance of enjoying life and meeting up with people (accidentally and/or by choice).
13. Dress/Attire. Learn to dress well. It pays back in multiples in life.
14. Frugality. Learn it early enough in life. You’ll thank yourself later on in life.
15. Management: Learn and read up as much as you can about being a Manager, Management Techniques, etc. Even if they may not be applicable to you right away.