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Get away from me you little fuck
this is the most precious thing ive ever seen
So, in the middle of everything today, we ran across a hellaciously distressed momma mallard and a bunch of her baby ducks that had fallen down a sewer grate. Another guy was already trying to fish them out, so my friend and I called animal control before we tried to fish the rest of them out. When Animal Control got there, we had all of them out and the mother duck quacking very happily. I was surprised - none of us got snapped at or hurt. I was even holding onto a bag at one point that had all of them in it and she just watched me.
I love how the duck is perched on the guy’s butt
I’M SO HAPPY
The duck on his butt tho
mechs and egyptian mythos combined! just throwing around some concepts!! don’t mind me!!!
Tip for all my student readers: if you’re too lazy to use a bibliography creator like NoodleBib or RefWorks, let Google generate your bibliography entries for you. All you have to do is google the article/book title in Google Scholar, click “cite” at the bottom of the search result, and copy either the MLA, APA, or Chicago cite into your word document.
Signal boost because omg how did I not know this in college?
If you’re lesbian and you fall for a guy
If you’re gay and you fall for a woman
If you’re bisexual and you have a preference for girls
If you’re bisexual and you have a preference for guys
If you’re pansexual and have a preference
What’s not fine is telling someone they can’t love another person because it doesn’t fit into the confinements of a label.
T H I S
If you’re asexual and get attracted to someone somehow.
Young Ken as Set in the Egyptian mythology AU that Zaz and I are devising.
Are you sitting comfortably? Yes? Excellent. This one has a lot of notes.
Firstly, about the sparrow. In order to explain the sparrow, I’m going to have to give you a quick lesson in Middle Egyptian. Like English (sort of), not every hieroglyph in a word was part of the sound - but these extra signs generally served a special purpose. One group of those signs were ‘determinatives’, which are added to the end of the word in order to say something about its content. So, for example, if you write the word for ‘temple’ or ‘palace’ you put the sign for ‘house’ after it to show that it’s something to do with buildings. A bunch of verbs had the walking legs after it, to show that they were something to do with movement. And so on. The sparrow was a determinative sign - it signaled that the word was about something small, narrow, common…or bad. The Egyptians didn’t like sparrows. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_Sparrow#Cultural_associations
Secondly, about Keth’s clothing. This is not what any ancient Egyptian child would have worn - for one thing, they universally ran around naked until they reached their teens - the only exceptions being when it was cold. Peasants to royalty, kids didn’t have to wear anything until they became adults. No clothes, at least - they would have worn a lot of jewelry. http://www.touregypt.net/egypt-info/magazine-mag11012000-magf1.htm
This also isn’t what any ADULT would have worn. I based the design of Ken/Set’s skirt off a ‘gala’ outfit I found in a book (“Life in Ancient Egypt” by Adolf Erman), but it was pretty rare for the Egyptians to wear colors. Most of the time, Egyptians seem to have worn plain white linen of varying qualities - the high-quality stuff was so fine that the body underneath was visible. It seems to have been the general consensus that the beauty of the cloth was enough.
Regarding the hair - this sidelock style, sometimes called ‘the lock of youth’ was extremely common for children. It might not be a permanent design feature because Digimon characters are often distinguished by hair color and style. (It doesn’t help that it wasn’t uncommon for Egyptian to shave their heads and wear wigs of an appropriate style instead - they had an obsession with cleanliness, and body hair was considered unclean.) http://www.touregypt.net/egypt-info/magazine-mag07012000-mag4.htm
And finally, jewelry. A child god would probably be wearing stuff much more ornate than these plain gold bands, but I’m having trouble finding good pictures of ancient Egyptian bracelets. The Egyptians LOVED their jewelry - they often contain symbols for good health and warding off evil, but they also loved it for its own sake, and loaded themselves up with it all the time. Bracelets, rings, anklets, necklaces, earrings - you name it, they wore it, pretty much. (Above link also
So there you go. I hope you’ve learned something.
Digimon (c) Toei
Bunny to Llama in 0.8