-emily ust | 16 | vegetarian | jersey-
"speak the truth, even if your voice shakes.'

oneiromania:

booping snakes: endless fun

gingerpawfection:

[x]

ohmyed:

ed sheeran or did you mean an actual 5 year old

weirdoautisticseacat:

kiloueka:

autisticweirdo:

camwhoreconfessional:

lifehackable:

This is potentially life saving information everyone should know.

Wow, that’s awesome!

Accessibility request, anyone? I can’t read wordwalls when I can’t highlight the text to track it.

On day 12 of searching for my dog in a heavily wooded area, distraught and hopeless, I ran into a couple of hunters, They said they lost the occasional dog on a hunt but always got them back. What they told me has helped many dog and families be reunited.
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The dog owner(s) should take an article of clothing that has been worn at least all day, the longer the better, so the dog can pick up the scent. Bring the article of clothing to the location where the dog was last seen and leave it there. Also, if the dog has a crate and familiar toy, you can bring those too. (unless location undesirable for crate). You might also want to leave a note requesting item(s) not to be moved. 
Leave a bowl of water there too, as the dog probably hasn’t had access to any. Do not bring food as this could attract other animals that the dog might avoid. Come back the next day or check intermittently if possible. Hopefully the dog will be waiting there. I was skeptical and doubted my dog would be able to detect an article of clothing if he didn’t hear me calling his name as loud as possible for 12 days. But I returned the next day and sure enough found him sitting there! 
I hope this helps someone out there who’s missing a best friend. Good luck :)

Thank you for writing this. One of my followers wrote an image transcript already but this is still immensely helpful, so thank you.

weirdoautisticseacat:

kiloueka:

autisticweirdo:

camwhoreconfessional:

lifehackable:

This is potentially life saving information everyone should know.

Wow, that’s awesome!

Accessibility request, anyone? I can’t read wordwalls when I can’t highlight the text to track it.

On day 12 of searching for my dog in a heavily wooded area, distraught and hopeless, I ran into a couple of hunters, They said they lost the occasional dog on a hunt but always got them back. What they told me has helped many dog and families be reunited.

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The dog owner(s) should take an article of clothing that has been worn at least all day, the longer the better, so the dog can pick up the scent. Bring the article of clothing to the location where the dog was last seen and leave it there. Also, if the dog has a crate and familiar toy, you can bring those too. (unless location undesirable for crate). You might also want to leave a note requesting item(s) not to be moved. 

Leave a bowl of water there too, as the dog probably hasn’t had access to any. Do not bring food as this could attract other animals that the dog might avoid. Come back the next day or check intermittently if possible. Hopefully the dog will be waiting there. I was skeptical and doubted my dog would be able to detect an article of clothing if he didn’t hear me calling his name as loud as possible for 12 days. But I returned the next day and sure enough found him sitting there! 

I hope this helps someone out there who’s missing a best friend. Good luck :)

Thank you for writing this. One of my followers wrote an image transcript already but this is still immensely helpful, so thank you.

PUT A NAME IN MY ASK AND I’LL TALK ABOUT SOMEONE I KNOW/ONCE KNEW WITH THAT NAME

r0sekanaya:

filling out a job application

“are you available for a Skype interview?”

….

image

“no.”

Anonymous: What's your major in college?

morosity:

stress

rainsheeran-langdon:

If we accept the love we think we deserve than when does Ed Sheeran get here?

  • A. WHY MY LAST RELATIONSHIP ENDED.
  • B. FAVORITE BAND.
  • C. WHO I LIKE AND WHY I LIKE THEM.
  • D. HARDEST THING I’VE EVER BEEN THROUGH.
  • E. MY BEST FRIEND.
  • F. MY FAVOURITE MOVIE.
  • G. SEXUAL ORIENTATION.
  • H. DO I SMOKE/DRINK?
  • I. HAVE ANY TATTOOS OR PIERCINGS?
  • J. WHAT I WANT TO BE WHEN I GET OLDER.
  • K. RELATIONSHIP WITH MY PARENTS.
  • L. ONE OF MY INSECURITIES.
  • M. VIRGIN OR NOT?
  • N. FAVOURITE PLACE TO SHOP AT?
  • O. MY EYE COLOUR.
  • P. WHY I HATE SCHOOL.
  • Q. RELATIONSHIP STATUS AS OF RIGHT NOW.
  • R. FAVOURITE SONG AT THE MOMENT.
  • S. A RANDOM FACT ABOUT MYSELF.
  • T. AGE I GET MISTAKEN FOR.
  • U. WHERE I WANT TO BE RIGHT NOW.
  • V. LAST TIME I CRIED.
  • W. CONCERTS I’VE BEEN TO.
  • X. WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF (…)?
  • Y. DO YOU WANT TO GO TO COLLEGE.
  • Z. HOW ARE YOU?