Jessica. 16.
I post bad jokes on the internet and one day i'm gonna rule the world.
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REALLY just wanna take this chance to remind the people who follow me to not kill/trap opossums if they’re in your yard, and do not call animal control! Seriously.

  1. Opossums are literally 100% BIOLOGICALLY INCAPABLE of carrying rabies. Their body temperature is too cool to incubate it properly.
  2. Opossums are actually quite gentle and NOCTURNAL, so if they’re roaming, they’ve probably gotten lost, been injured, and are looking for a place to hide.
  3. Young opossums tend to try to climb into garbage cans when they’re starving. This is because THEY ARE LITERALLY STARVING. Don’t fucking shoot them or hit them with things because you wanna be some fucking macho top-of-the-food-chain cocksucker.
  4. Mama possums are amazing mothers and if you encounter an “aggressive” opossum, it’s probably because she’s got babies hanging off her nipple and she’s freaking out. They’re clumsy. Sometimes they don’t hear you coming and  you catch each other off guard.
  5. Wanna lure an opossum off of your property? You can set up a box with some greens and cat kibble in it, hide it well, and lure them out that way. They’re actually quite harmless and keep other predators away. they eat lotsa gross stuff.
  6. Opossum mamas who get hit by cars often still have their helpless babies attached to them. Possums get a bad rep and people say they are “the dumbest animal”, but they are incredible creatures who have been around since the days of fucking dinosaurs so treat them well, okay?


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Facts That Sound Like Lies But Are Actually True




Just a caution before proceeding to read, this article WILL blow your mind. 100% guaranteed. 

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Facts That Sound Like Lies But Are Actually True

strawberries are not berries… bananas are berries.. wHAT THE FUCK are yOU SAYINg TO ME! now my head hurts fuck

The first one omg

Lol. Betty White!!

Sooo I’m going to Saturn for a storm.

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BITS- this is a picture of my horse, Moose. Moose is green, very green, and arguably not even broke yet. Where he is boarded, my lesson instructor has permission to use him in lessons. This was the bit they were using. It’s called a corkscrew, and the ridges are very, very sharp.

There is also a picture of my horses mouth, three days after this bit was used. You can clearly see the cut, and how big it previously was.

This bit is a snaffle. Lesson is, not all snaffles are gentle. Know what is happening with your horse.

Dont really see why these bits have any place in a horses mouth… Ever

why the fuck is someone letting their horse being used in lessons when he isn’t broke with a bit like that

why is someone using a barely broke horse in lessons

why does someone think it’s appropriate to put a bit like that in the hands of someone taking lessons

or any fucking horse for that matter

what the actual fuck is wrong with horse people

That’s what I was wondering. Why is a green, hardly broke horse being used to teach people that don’t know how to ride in the first place?

I should have clarified that it’s on advanced riding lessons, where people have tons of experience. Not all lessons are for beginners, and people have to learn how to ride green horses somewhere, and IMO it’s better to do so in an environment supervised by a professional with experience than on their own.

advanced lessons don’t excuse the bit choice… esp for a green horse. why would you ever jump to this bit on a green horse? Why would you jump to a bit like this at all…

I think the real lesson is “know what your trainer is putting in your horses mouth.” 

the entire post troubles me. 

To add to this

I have a little project mare that I had a friend ride for me twice a week when school picked up and I just didn’t have the time to ride my main horse as well as her. I thought she was using the plain snaffle but she switched to a weird hackamore + very thin twisted snaffle:

 without telling me because she “though it would help”. I didn’t find out until i went out to ride to find her very head shy and bleeding on her nose. Needles to say, clarify what tack you want others to ride your horse in and don’t just assume they know! My poor mare had to help me learn that lesson the hard way. :(

Once a long time ago someone asked if they could take Jovie out for a trail ride while I wasn’t at the barn. 

I said yes. 

A few hours later I got a phone call, Jovie had reared up and nearly sat down on the rider. My first question: “What bit did you use”

Turns out, it was particularly harsh big shank western atrocity, not the bridle with the eggbutt snaffle very clearly labled “Jovie”. 

First I asked if rider was hurt. They weren’t. Then I chewed them out for switching out her bit and told them to never ask to use my horses again 

because who are you to change someone else’s horses bit?

Most people take the bit they choose for their horse very seriously. Beyond seriously. It’s picked for a reason and that reason SHOULD be the horses best interest…. to up and change it to something harsher? That’s a good way to get punched. 

That should be the real lesson. Don’t change someone’s bit unless they’ve told you to. 

Why? Just why? Who gave your trainer permission to use this bit? First off, why would anyone think this is a good bit to be used?  

My trainers solution to a lot of strong horses is just swapping to a harsher bit. I hate it, I refuse to ride my horse in anything but a PLAIN D RING SNAFFLE. A greenie at my barn goes in a DOUBLE TWISTED WIRE FULLCHEEK GAG. yeah. The horse is 6. And yeah. He’s used in lessons. Not even advanced lessons.

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Life Hacks: Money Saving Edition



Tight budget? Well, lucky you. This will help you save some money!

Read on & start saving money now!

DUDE. Those info about target & airfare online tickets increasing in price because of internet history is fucking important!!!!

Since I’m about to move out sometime this year, this is really good stuff to know!

Reblogging this incase i need it later

Now where can I get a brick?!