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Russian literature and campy science fiction function as blood in my body.
Reblogged from galacticsamurai
American english is like real english but badly spelled…
fucking fuck they thought us mostly british english but i use more american words this is shit
Well I apparently use way too much british spelling for an American whoops
Reblogged from jan49
I don’t know who this guy is but good call; I’ve been saying this since I was 8 years old and the only reply I’ve ever had from the opposition, who are always in charge of the heating, has been “um….”. Seriously do we have to have some kind of uprising or something?
I hate having numb extremities and shooting chills up my back but I’d take those over dizziness, blurred vision, nausea, prickly heat, dehydration and resultant risk of hospitalisation anytime (dehydration can actually do that to me, thank you hormones). Not that it would take that, because I don’t believe most people’s toes would go numb at 20C and if they did they could put another pair of socks on.
Yeah, I’m very heat intolerant (possibly allergic?) and it’s hell.
I’m with you. I’m sure it shows externally, too, especially with things like the weird rashes and dizziness, but people don’t seem to take it seriously. I just started typing a load of unsubstantiated stuff about the physiology of hyperthermia and how it interacts with stress and immune responses but realised I didn’t actually know enough for sure. I’ve known a lot of people who say that stress wrecks their internal thermostat though and if getting too hot increases your stress levels, whether in itself or by making you feel like crap physically or both, it stands to reason there’s a danger of a downward spiral. I don’t know if you get that as well, but regardless, “hell” is a very good word.
Exactly. I get really painful pinpricks where I’m hot and that gives me panic attacks because I get worried I’ll have a stroke. I carry spray bottles full of water with me in the summer and sometimes I wear scarves soaked in water.
I like you but you also have shit opinions.
Speaking English is cultural appropriation because it has its roots in many other languages so please stop talking and use hand gestures and unholy growling.