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People who say drinking milk is cruel when not milking a cow actually causes them pain
Pretty sure cows produce milk when they have babies and then they’re “milked” by the baby nursing. That’s the equivalent of saying “people who say re-breaking bones is cruel when the bones would set incorrectly otherwise” but you deliberate broke the bone in the first place, and the whole situation could have been avoided if you didn’t take the original action.
I am, by no means, a vegan. That was just a shitty argument.
i like asking a question to someone even though i already know the answer just to see if the person will lie
My boss’s daughter also works with us, and she told everyone that she was leaving her shift early to go on a date. The next day when my boss was asked why she closed alone, she said “Oh, you know, andrea was just really, really sick.” and gave a huuuuge long story about how a customer projectile vomited in the bathroom and andrea had to clean in and must have gotten sick from that. Even though andrea had already told us she was leaving to go on a date.
It’s interesting to me how often people feel compelled to inform me that I’m not perfect. There’s something about me that brings out a side in people that causes them to do their best to make sure I know that I’m not all that great and that I have lots of flaws. I wonder if this happens to anyone else.
Alternatively, maybe don’t attend for a 160th time and allow others to go. Or is it like one of those clubs where they only let new people in when the old members die? Exceedingly pissed right now.
dragons are mentioned in almost all cultures all across the world even before they had interaction with each other and you’re telling me they didn’t exist
I can’t remember if I’ve ever reblogged this before or not, but dinosaur bones. I know there’s a reason we dig for them and shit, and the likelihood of a ton of ancient civilization finding them is low, but I mean even if a few cultures here and there stumbled across the bones of this massive creature it would have an impact. They would know what bones are, but something like a dinosaur skull… they wouldn’t have seen anything like it, at least not of that magnitude.
My boyfriend’s name is Bradly and- since at 23-years-old I am still enormously uncomfortable with calling people’s parents by their first names- his dad is saved in my phone as Dadly.
I’m really curious about what the distribution of tumblr users looks like worldwide…
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