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Tumblr does not hate vegetarians or vegans, tumblr hates vegetarians and vegans that think they’re better than us because they’re vegetarians or vegans.
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reasons to date me
- no one will try and steal me from you
- sometimes im funny
i can’t think of anything else
this is where i’d keep my scratching post…IF I HAD ONE
THE COMMENT IS PERFECT AND I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING OHMYGOD.
OH MY GOD IM AT WORK AND I JUST CANT… DYING
when i was in 8th grade i liked this boy so i pickpocketed him and stole his green day wallet and the next day i brought it back to him and i was like “omg i found this on the ground here u go” and we were friends from then on
so basically the moral of the story is if u ever want someone to notice u commit a criminal act on them and u will be friends maybe try kidnapping their pets or something
Sokushinbutsu - The Bizarre Practice of Self-Mummification
Scattered throughout Northern Japan around the Yamagata Prefecture are two dozen mummified Japanese monks known as Sokushinbutsu, who caused their own deaths by way of self-mummification. A successful mummification took upwards of ten years. It is believed that many hundreds of monks tried, but only about 20 such mummifications have been discovered to date.
The elaborate process started with three years of eating a special diet consisting only of nuts and seeds, while taking part in a regimen of rigorous physical activity that stripped them of their body fat. They then ate only bark and roots for another three years and began drinking a poisonous tea made from the sap of the Urushi tree, normally used to lacquer bowls.
This caused vomiting and a rapid loss of bodily fluids, and most importantly, it made the body too poisonous to be eaten by maggots. Finally, a self-mummifying monk would lock himself in a stone tomb barely larger than his body, where he would not move from the lotus position. His only connection to the outside world was an air tube and a bell. Each day he rang a bell to let those outside know that he was still alive.
When the bell stopped ringing, the tube was removed and the tomb sealed. After the tomb was sealed, the other monks in the temple would wait another three years, and open the tomb to see if the mummification was successful. If the monk had been successfully mummified, they were immediately seen as a Buddha and put in the temple for viewing. Usually, though, there was just a decomposed body.
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Handful of bunnies.
*does a push up*
THIS IS THE MOST AMAZING TREE HOUSE EVER!
Faith in humanity? Restored.
That feel-good type video.
So many warm fuzzies.
THIS IS SO CUTE! ;A;
I love these types of things!
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12 kind of broke me a little
This is disturbing but an interesting concept
i hate boys who lie
and i especially hate boys who lie for sex
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