when you dont have enough money to pay for daycare AND dog sitting
This by far the most fucked up post on the internet.
The sad story of the Three Bears in Shrek
Papa bear on the rebound though
what happens if u put a werewolf on the moon is a great question probably the best question ever asked
i want to start an all-positive conspiracy theory movement. chemtrails promote healthy bones. the moon landing was faked to give people something to believe in. the reptilians only wear skin suits to avoid startling people.
a softer new world order
ASH KETCHUM YOU LUCKY BOY YOU GOT TO DO EVERYTHINGAWESOME IN THE POKEMON WORLD IT’S NOT FAIR ANYMORE
he never got to grow up, spend time with his family, or have a family of his own. he has a 5th grade education at best, hes essentially homeless, and the only friend hes retained through all of his travels is a mouse.
he is literally riding the god of the oceans like a fucking flying horse do you think he gives a rat’s ass about his education
being 20+ on tumblr
In case you still don’t understand how badly women have had it, when anaesthetic was first invented doctors weren’t allowed to give it to women who were giving birth because the church said that the pain of childbirth was God punishing women for not being men
oh my god this isn’t true.
William Thomas Green Morton, a Boston dentist, gave the first public successful demonstration of surgical anesthesia on October 16th, 1846. It was a big deal. News of his accomplishment rippled through the medical establishment, and within two weeks a description of the operation was published in the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal. By December 19th, Francis Boott and James Robinson, a dentist and a doctor respectively, designed a device to more directly administer ether, which they then used in another dental surgery. Mere days afterward anesthesia was used again in London by the surgeon Robert Liston in order to amputate a patient’s infected leg.
This lightning-fast spread of surgical ether culminated in January of the next year, 1847, when Scottish obstetrician James Young Simpson administered it to one of his patients, a young woman with a disfigured pelvis. It was the first known use of modern anesthesia for childbirth, and took place a mere four months after William Morton’s initial demonstration of the drug’s surgical applications. On the day of the delivery, Simpson also received a letter from Queen Victoria herself, appointing him her personal physician in Scotland, but he was so excited by his patient’s condition that he’s quoted as saying: “Flattery from the Queen is perhaps not common flattery, but I am far less interested in it than in having delivered a woman this week without any pain while inhaling sulfuric ether. I can think of naught else!”
Diminishing pain in childbirth was one of the first applications of modern anesthesia. The church could condemn all they liked (although, “the church”, this post doesn’t make it clear which church. was it all the church?), and I’m sure some factions did, but the medical community wasn’t especially deterred. Particularly not in the late nineteenth century, when the Church of England had really ceased to have much say in public medical policy.
on the one hand it’s a joke but on the other hand where is the lie
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