I know a lot of parents of queer kids need to see them, but I’m so tired of articles that are basically, “the parent suffered soooo much in learning to accept their queer kid, but now they do, aren’t they STRONG”
Give me a friggin break.
I went looking for a YouTube of The Rains of Castemere because I’d never actually heard it, and now I feel vaguely unsettled.
tsubulle replied to your post “PLEASE TELL ME WHAT SPELL YOU USED ON THAT BASIL mine is dying in my hands and had barelly a month like…. to whom did you sell the soul of some innocents i need to know >.”
the price is crazy but haha 3/4 weeks for shipping outside the US, they won’t survive it I fear :’) thanks you for your answer though !!!!!
Nah, they’re seeds, so they’ll survive a loooong time. I planted some I had stashed for a year and they were still good!
Q:PLEASE TELL ME WHAT SPELL YOU USED ON THAT BASIL mine is dying in my hands and had barelly a month like.... to whom did you sell the soul of some innocents i need to know >.<
I actually sold it to rareseeds.com :B They sell a bunch of heirloom varieties, and while several of my plants did fail to thrive (mini gherkins and tarragon), the rest went CRAZY for being trapped in a window box in a tiny Brooklyn apartment. If you check the comments section under the more popular varieties you’ll get people talking about how easy/difficult they are to grow.
My basil was the Genovese variety. I did literally nothing but provide it with decent soil, as much sunlight as I could get it, and regular watering. I didn’t even prune it properly.
I also recommend the broad leaf sage and Chinese chives from that site. Sage is supposedly really hard to grow, but again, my sage went crazy bananas. And chives are chives, you can practically grow them in a dark closet.
Late at night in certain (Miyazaki-animated) regions of Japan it’s possible to catch a ride on the Catbus. So what’s the late night animal transportation situation in other countries? We’re glad you asked! Camera traps set up by Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, a nature reserve in South Africa, recently captured these awesome images of an adventuresome Large-spotted genet hitching a ride on the backs of Cape Buffalo and White Rhinos in the middle of the night.
"Large-spotted genets are small nocturnal omnivores related to civets. They are mostly tree-dwelling creatures and prey on insects, birds, frogs, and rodents, although there have been recordings of them killing baby antelopes, a seemingly impossible feat for a creature of their size."
And now we know genets also like to use much larger animals as transportation. These photos were captured on different nights, which means that these Buffalobus and Rhinobus rides weren’t a one-time occurrence.
[via National Geographic News]