I have a sugar glider (sort of like a flying squirrel, unique because it bonds to its owners) and when you're bonding it helps to have them sleep near you and to hear your voice so their more comfortable with you. i didn't know what to read so i read him the stories you post. im an awful person tbh
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kukitti:

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wait you sleep with your squirrel 

it’s not a squirrel, but kinda like one!
and no, he’s nocturnal, so he sleeps in a little pouch (like a kangaroo i guess lol) on my chest, or in a pocket if im wearing one!

that’s soooo cute, give me 20 

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Begotten (1990)
If you are looking for an experimental horror film to watch, go for this one if you can stomach it. It re-imagines the story of Genesis. The story opens with a robed, profusely bleeding “God” disemboweling himself, with the act ultimately ending in his death. It’s in black and white and has absolutely no dialogue. The words “experimental horror” are the best way to describe this film.
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okay, you’ve probably seen this around on tumblr, and read somewhere along the lines of “THIS IS SOMEONE DYING WHILE HAVING AN MRI SCAN”
well. that’s NOT true. this gif is from the Walking Dead, a t.v show. No one actually died while having an MRI scan.
BUT what is true, is that this could be a representation of what actually happens. 
Researchers planted electrodes in 6 mice, and then killed them afterwards by injecting them with poison. What they found is that immediately after their heart’s stopped beating, there was a surge of brain activity. For 30 entire seconds, there was continuous, heightened brain activity. Their brain suddenly seemed to go into overdrive, showing all the hallmarks not only of consciousness but a kind of hyperconsciousness.
Here’s a source: X
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If you are looking for a good book to read. I recommend this one. 
This entire book was written by a man whose stroke plunged him into a 21 day coma. He awakened to find himself fully paralyzed except for one eye and a part of his head. He survived an entire month, enough to publish an entire book. 
How did he do this?
He dictated his book one character at a time by blinking his left eyelid while an assistant recited letters. 
200,000 blinks tells his entire story. He died 3 days after the book was published due to pneumonia. 
Creepy Story: String Theory

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Of all the creepy stories I’ve read in my life, I’ve got to say this one made me re-evaluate my life and think about it for a long time. 

Read on if you want to get mind-fucked.

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Creepy Story: String Theory

spacestepsister:

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Of all the creepy stories I’ve read in my life, I’ve got to say this one made me re-evaluate my life and think about it for a long time. 

Read on if you want to get mind-fucked.

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this fucked me up

i always wondered why i walk in circles around my house  

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luna0330:

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A sundae with melted marshmallow from an old fashioned ice cream shop. I was treated to this cup of pure wonderful. 

Oh my god who loves you this much

My boyfriend after an argument lol

I need to have more arguments with my boyfriend

I need to get a boyfriend
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This girl and her chicken face swap 
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deadjosey:

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I don’t even know how I stumbled across this video
But yes I’m going share this WTF moment with everyone. 

literally looks likes something from the first parasite eve video game

According to the video it was a student animation made at Gnomon School of VFX in 2009. It went viral and the characters are based on creatures from the Silent Hill series.

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“NO HOMO” i scream at my dog Homo as he shits on the carpet 

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From Daywalt’s horror: Selfie
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What if a friend told you that they passionately felt as if they needed to cut off their own limbs?
That’s what body integrity identity disorder is. It’s people who feel a need to cut off their own limbs. The limb doesn’t hurt but for some reason they have a strong urge to remove it so they can feel “whole” again. 
This obsession usually starts in early childhood (often after one sees an amputee) and lasts for a lifetime. It’s also extremely specific. If someone with this disorder found a surgeon to cut off their legs, they will not be satisfied if it’s 3 inches from the knee as opposed to 4 inches like they wanted. If the cut is too low, they will be aware and uncomfortable about the small amount of “not-me” they still have attached to them. 
Some go to great lengths to get rid of their limbs. One person froze in leg dry ice until it was irreversibly damaged and a surgeon had to cut it off. Another shot his own leg, and others used chainsaws or homemade guillotines. 
Those who are successful are not disappointed, in fact they say that they are “whole” again and that are quite relived. It’s like silencing an annoying noise. 
This disorder does not respond to any drug intervention or psychiatric treatment. There hasn’t been much research done on it. 
SOURCE: This great book I’m reading called The Body Has A Mind Of Its Own by Sandra & Matthew Blakeslee