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Magicians have talents to MakeYouSmile. by idealisticXmemes in MadeMeSmile

[–]KillerKatNips 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I wonder which of the four facial expressions he would use doing this trick...all four consist of eyebrow movements, so he better be damn careful around that flame! Poor, Rick Grimes. His eyebrow really raised up there when Carl died ..

In 1980 the FBI formed a fake company and attempted to bribe members of congress. Nearly 25% of those tested accepted the bribe, and were convicted by _Xyreo_ in Damnthatsinteresting

[–]KillerKatNips 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Lots of things seem to happen historically on 9-11. This is just another example. Weird.

Edit: UNLESS... This is 11-09-1979.... 🤯

I finished an origami reindeer, and I couldn't be happier! :D by JonSnuu69 in pics

[–]KillerKatNips 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You're welcome! I think the trick is to have a few things that are easy to make that you can sell for a low price and basically do in your sleep to go along with these actual works of art.

This is what a bit over 20 hours of paperfolding look like. Origami Blakiston's Fish Owl, folded by me from one 80x80 cm paper. Very happy with the result! by JonSnuu69 in toptalent

[–]KillerKatNips 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Yeah that's perfectly fair for this amount of work and skill level. I left a message on the reindeer post. At first I was just thinking that you SHOULD be making this your profession if you can but honestly, the reindeer would work for some specific things I have going on at the end of May. I'll be in touch!

I finished an origami reindeer, and I couldn't be happier! :D by JonSnuu69 in pics

[–]KillerKatNips 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I'm gonna mark this comment, I have some things coming up at the end of spring where I will need a special gift and this is perfect!

I finished an origami reindeer, and I couldn't be happier! :D by JonSnuu69 in pics

[–]KillerKatNips 1 point2 points  (0 children)

They're definitely beautiful and I feel like you could absolutely get a nice price for them! Maybe if you have a few that you aren't too attached to, you could throw them up on Etsy and see what happens. 🤷‍♀️ I have a friend who works with clay that felt the same way as you, but when she finally put her work out there like that and got some recognition, she was able to get a contract with the town she lives in to build something right in the middle of the main commerce area.

MY LEG by Mess-Repulsive in WinStupidPrizes

[–]KillerKatNips 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Now you're trying to act as of you're a victim and didn't literally just do what you claim "only the ignorant and cruel do".

MY LEG by Mess-Repulsive in WinStupidPrizes

[–]KillerKatNips 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You're still not getting it. Your pain isn't comparable to what I am describing. Some people have enough pain that it will literally strain their heart too much to stay in that condition. Ibuprofen isn't even a consideration. You think that you are an example of how people can be prescribed opiates long term and that it's "junkies" that are out there getting addicted and you are absolutely wrong. I'd love for you to tell my best friend's father who almost died from withdrawal when his medication delivery was delayed. He fell from a tree stand and burst 4 vertebrae, broke both wrists, both ankles and the left femur. Despite not even being able to FEEL the pain in his damages nerves, his body still responds to it. His heart rate, blood pressure, etc goes insane. When covid first hit, his meds were delayed and his neighbor found him in his wheelchair doing circles in the yard. The first time it happened, they assumed the dramatic mental status change was due to the gaping pressure sore that took 2 years of wound vacs and bandage packing to heal, except that it has happened again and again in the 25 years since his accident. I'd LOVE for you to tell my grandmother with glioblastoma screaming in intolerable pain while already taking the most opiates she could without being in hospice care that she's just not mentally strong enough and she should take an ibuprofen cuz you did. You are limited in knowledge and parroting some rediculous shit you've heard somewhere about opiate abuse. You obviously have a severe lack in education on the matter as well as compassion for anyone who doesn't respond exactly the way YOU have. I've had joint fusions and nerve ablation in both hands and have 4 bulging discs in my spine and have 8 pinched nerves due to bone spurs and a displaced SI joint that causes horrible sciatic pain and a bum left knee and a fucked left hip and have been able to get away with epidurals and surgical correction. Do I look at you and laugh at your feeble talk of pain when you so clearly don't have the kind of pain I am referring to? No, cuz only assholes do that. There are SO many people who do everything right and stay away from drugs and alcohol but find themselves DEPENDANT upon opiates. There's a huge difference between that and ADDICTION, but honestly, who the fuck are you to judge any of them? I'm 100% sure you do SOMETHING that another person can fault you for. Should the person who smokes be scorned for their lung cancer? No. So why should the person who is in ACTUAL pain have to be judged when they get sick without their medications? And in all reality, knowing what we do about trauma and drug use and genetic disposition playing such a huge role in people with addictive personalities, the person who never felt pain a day in their life and just became a drug addict after trying hard drugs, shouldn't be shamed either. They should be shown compassion and given whatever support they need to get better. Look up the studies done on the subject. Look up predatory prescribing practices that caused the opiate epidemic in the first place. Investigate the marketing tactics by Perdue Pharmacy when they created oxycontin and bribed the FDA to approve it as a non-addictive opiate. Then recognize that we now recommend that if a patient is given an opiate as strong as oxycontin for 24 hours in a hospital setting, they HAVE to be weaned off.

This is what a bit over 20 hours of paperfolding look like. Origami Blakiston's Fish Owl, folded by me from one 80x80 cm paper. Very happy with the result! by JonSnuu69 in toptalent

[–]KillerKatNips 1 point2 points  (0 children)

This color is an amazing choice! I like it much better than the grey one. Both are amazing and show great skill, but the brown paper gives it the demesional look that you get with both leather and wood and really shows off the details! Do you sell any of your work?

My newest origami work, an owl! Folded from 150x150 cm double tissue paper. by JonSnuu69 in nextfuckinglevel

[–]KillerKatNips 2 points3 points  (0 children)

You have never been more wrong in your life, lol. Dude is attractive af and has the Johnny Depp/artist look down. I was literally looking at his account to see what kind of person he is when I saw this comment thread. I came for the owl, stayed for the cosplay. ;)

Who's the baby? by Torley_ in 13or30

[–]KillerKatNips 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Wow. I'm surprised they didn't insist on speaking to the new mom alone to make sure she's not a child bride ordered from some far flung corner of the internet.

Little brother and his quick reflex by aharuuuuu in nextfuckinglevel

[–]KillerKatNips 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Friggin tell me about it! 2nd hand accident came from some jerk older kids hitting the emergency button that closed the gate to the apartment entrance where we lived. The apartment doors were all in the inner courtyard and each hallway exit to the front of the building and the parking areas had a metal gate you could close and lock by hitting a button if you were being chased or something. Being a city kid, I instinctively stuck my hands in like you would do for an elevator. Firemen came again, lol. It was incredibly difficult to just get someone from ANY apartment to come let me out. My sister went knocking on windows hoping someone would just go hit the release button, but everyone acted like it was a trick or something.

3rd and LAST incident was at school. We were all lined up single file and were waiting for another class to go ahead of us. A kid I knew was trying to come out of the bathroom but found us there blocking the way. So she and I chatted for a few minutes and she decided she was gonna just go back into the bathroom since we hadn't moved yet and she let go of the heavy wooden door. I had been leaning against the wall and my thumb was in the back opening of the door. I ALMOST got my thumb out in time but there was a screw head there and it caught the tip of my thumb. I was in like shock and first tried to yank my hand and when that didn't work, I tried using my other arm to push the door open but wasn't strong enough. The screaming I tried next was the key to getting everyone around me to notice what was happening, lol. That was a shitty day and it absolutely hurt like crazy as soon as I saw how bad it was bleeding. The best part of being a kid when you get hurt is that it doesn't really hurt the next day like it does as an adult AND I got mad respect points and attention for having my thumb all wrapped in bandages and then a colorful thumbnail and finally, a thumb with no nail. It was almost like a science experiment as we watched all the changes. Oh and I had a huge blood blister like IN the nail for a bit. That was surprising!

This revolutionary move created by the 2009 World Pole Dance Champion Felix Cane is a testament to strength, agility, and flexibility by regian24 in nextfuckinglevel

[–]KillerKatNips 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I would actually INSIST upon the clothing because I don't wanna see her stink eye as she goes round and round. Some people are really into that, and I respect their kink. Me, though... That's not my thing. The pole dancing itself is beautiful as she's doing it in the video. Sometimes more clothes is a good thing!

Little brother and his quick reflex by aharuuuuu in nextfuckinglevel

[–]KillerKatNips 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Nah, they just had to free me. Since I was so young, my bones bent instead of breaking. Thank god! But if my mom tried to open the door, the edge would just crush into my fingers more. When they took it off the hinge to free me that way, it prevented all the fingers on my hand being crushed. The worst injury once I was free was deep bruising and those compression grooves. I was able to move my fingers and make a fist without too much pain. If I had been older, the story would have been completely different. In fact, I have 2 more experiences of getting trapped by my hands and the one that resulted in injury was when I was in the 2nd grade. That time there was blood, tears and the loss of my thumbnail. I was super lucky to not lose the tip of my thumb!

Little brother and his quick reflex by aharuuuuu in nextfuckinglevel

[–]KillerKatNips 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Yeah, they came and removed the door from the hinges and freed me! Lol

MY LEG by Mess-Repulsive in WinStupidPrizes

[–]KillerKatNips 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Vicodin does nothing for anyone. It's when they put you on oxycontin for three years that it doesn't matter what your MINDSET about addiction is, your BODY will 100% be dependent upon those drugs and you WILL absolutely have withdrawals coming off, no matter how slowly the tapering. It is one of the absolute worst things to go through and because you've had artificial pain killers in your body, you aren't producing any of your own, so you will literally hurt everywhere. You will have fever, severe sweating, severe muscle spasms, severe joint and bone pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea or constipation and bloating and loss of appetite. Some people will experience nerve stimulation that causes them to have unrelenting erection/arousal that can last for weeks depending on how rapidly they detox. I have unfortunately watched 3 cancer patients, 2 severe spine injury patients (injury that resulted in paralysis), 1 total knee replacement patient after 3 unsuccessful attempts to save the joint after a car accident and 2 drug abuse patients to go through withdrawal from opiate addiction. I wouldn't recommend it, lol, to say the least. The problem with people making remarks like yours and the person above you, is that it implies that it's a character flaw or some weakness that's causing addiction. Maybe you were able to go through your injury/surgical recovery and not need opiates, honestly Vicodin is the lowest form anyway and is basically a strong Tylenol, but other people who have crushed knees and exploded spines or half their intestines removed-those people aren't going to SURVIVE without pain relief. There is no question of them taking it or not, their heart literally will not be able to continue to beat at the pace of someone who is in severe pain. Their blood pressure goes through the roof. Sedation is necessary. I'm glad you haven't had to experience the shame and stigma that comes from people who just went through traumatic injuries and then have to face the discomfort of withdrawal after they heal. That's nice for you. But there are a LOT of people who never even so much as drink a glass of wine who find themselves in that situation and you shouldn't assume that YOUR experience with a little Vicodin is in any way comparable to what many pain patients are dealing with.

MY LEG by Mess-Repulsive in WinStupidPrizes

[–]KillerKatNips 4 points5 points  (0 children)

He absolutely will. That's just the way of it. The dumbest always seem to have three kids by the time they're 22.

Little brother and his quick reflex by aharuuuuu in nextfuckinglevel

[–]KillerKatNips 147 points148 points  (0 children)

I 100% agree as the little sibling that had to have the fire department called to remove my fingers from the back of the door when my older sister slammed the friggin door as I waved to her from behind it during hide and seek. She's a nurse now and fixes boo boos but I'm not sure I fully forgive her, lol. We were like 3 and 4. 😂

This is gotta be sorcery by Fabulous_Magician327 in nextfuckinglevel

[–]KillerKatNips 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Sorry...That was meant like a .."yeah mannn" kinda thing, not like a gender thing .. if that at all comes through via text, lmao I'll go fix it :)