This shark’s teeth resemble those of Goblin Sharks, Frilled Sharks and Viperfish, but it’s actually a squaloid. This is remarkable because no other dogfish sharks have teeth that are so large, slender, and widely-spaced; they would appear to be more suited for grasping rather than cutting prey. This species was first discovered off Japan in 1986, described as Trigonognathus kabeyai in 1990, and given the common name “Viper Dogfish” in 2000.
Wetherbee, B. & Katura, S. (2000) Occurrence of a Rare Squaloid Shark, Trigonognathus kabeyai, from the Hawaiian Islands. Pacific Science 54(4) 389–394.
Omnimon / Omegamon
Remember that time reblogging saved the world?
considering it was the dialup age, I think all those IMs made the enemy experience extreme lag
yes it did that was literally the exact plot they sent him so many emails he couldnt move
YOU’VE GOT MAIL!
So Redjay helped me redye my hair today.
And Blonde Bastard helped me shave it.
It’s going to be a mowhawk if I ever get round to putting it up.
The hair is everywhere. We haven’t hoovered yet.
It’s very fuzzy and pretty though.
What did you do with that tribble of hair in the end? It did contain most of the hair, albeit not the short fuzzy bits.
Omgoodness! That looks amazing!
Once you’ve tried the mohawk I want to see pic please!
Yay, thank you!
That could be a while. It is a lot of work to put a mowhawk up, as I have found. I’m currently getting the hang of backbrushing and hairspray to make a kind of pompadour punky thing. But given that I need hairspray and a hairdryer to put a mowhawk up, and that the last time I tried it set off the fire alarm in my room after one section…I’m going to have to dedicate a day to it basically and turn the alarm off to boot.
Have you ever enjoyed wielding a spear? And yes, I know the anon is about as useful as a chocolate hammer.
Didn’t actually see this until now. Woops!
And…for about five minutes, one shield wall practise. Till I hit someone in the eye with it and banned myself from ever using a spear again.
Lavender and Parvati aren’t actually die-hard Divination fans. Trelawney caught them passing flirty little notes one lesson when everyone else was asleep, and immediately offered to become their font of knowledge for everything non-hetrosexual. So they spend a lot of time leafing through books and talking with her
and crushing on her just a little bit because she’s the first queer woman they’ve ever met,and it’s a beautiful, quiet, high-up safe space.
(They’re surprised when Luna wanders in one day, waves at them all, then picks up a book and transfigures its spine to rainbow colours before settling down to read it).
wow no wonder chris and tom don’t stick together at premieres and events.
put them together for half a minute to take a goddamn picture and the only thing separating them from pressing up against each other are two inches of space.
tHIS POST WAS NEARLY TWO YEARS AGO AND NOW LOOK WHAT HAPPENED AGAIN
I CAN'T GET OVER QUEER ANNOUNCER LEE JORDAN I HAVE FALLEN IN LOVE WITH LEE JORDAN. LEE CONGRATULATING PEOPLE FOR FINALLY FINDING PRONOUNS THAT FIT THEM LEE BRINGING HIS MEGAPHONE TO THE GREAT HALL AND JUST BEING LIKE EYYY LAVENDER, PARVATI THINKS UR SUPER CUTE AND WANTS TO HANG OUT WITH YOU AT HOGSMEADE LEE MAKING LISTS OF EVERYONE'S PRONOUNS AND PUTTING THEM UP IN THE GREAT HALL WITH A PERMANENT STICKING CHARM AND CHARMING IT SO IT STAYS UP TO DATE LEE JORDAN BEING A HAPPY VOCAL QUEER KID YEAHH
Pour ne pas donner d’identité sexuelle à quelqu’un par un pronom masculin ou féminin, les anglophones disent “xe”, “zie” ou “they”. Ces pronoms n’ont pas leurs équivalents en français.
“She” égale “Elle”.
“He” égale “Il”.
Mais “Xe” n’égale rien du tout.
Je propose l’utilisation de “Xille”, que j’utilise déjà avec des amis. Bien sûr, je ne peux pas prétendre réformer la langue française… Mais il serait pratique de pouvoir utiliser au moins avec des amis un pronom “indéfini”.
Spread the word.
To not give a sexual identity to someone through a masculine or feminine pronoun, English speakers use “xe”, “zie” or “they”. These pronouns do not have French equivalents.
“She” is “Elle”
“He” is “Il”
But there is no French word for “Xe”.
I suggest using “xille”, which I already use with friends. Of course, I’m not changing the French language. But it would be practical to at least have an undefined pronoun to use with friends.
Spread the word.
Personally, I’m trilingual and I think this is very practical! I think “xille” is a good gender neutral pronoun for French.
I really like this! “Xille” sounds really nice as a French pronoun, and I’m sure that the ending can be modified to also be “xil,” depending on preference. (Since “lle” is a traditionally feminine suffix.)
I’m filing xille away now as a really nice, useful pronoun! Especially if I ever need a gender-neutral option while speaking French.