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They/them or it/its, vaguely but acutely transmasculine. If you've encountered and enjoyed my forum activity, please consider reading my adventure webcomic, Burning Ship.

I've skipped town, but here's some Tumblrs if you still want to see what I'm up to these days.

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I will never forget my beloved brother, who never found this site but nonetheless became acquainted with the friends I have made here. Rest well, Spaceman, I will carry you in my heart always.

Most info below, save for that evergreen list of good animals, is outdated, but will be left in its state as a time capsule of the person I once was.

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Really cool animals that more people should know about:
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    Modern Placental Mammals 
  • The aforementioned capybara, the largest living rodent. Similar to a semi-aquatic guinea pig.
  • The chevrotain, the world's smallest ungulate species.
  • The degu, a caviomorph rodent that makes an affectionate pet and shows signs of having ape-like/corvid-like intelligence.
  • The dik-dik, cute lil' antelopes with a name that makes grade-schoolers chuckle.
  • The pangolin, an anteater-lookin' thing with a thick armor of plate-like scales made of keratin.
  • Members of the family tenrecidae, a diverse family whose members come in many interesting shapes, sizes and colors and tend to look and behave like critters that they're not related to.
  • The star-nosed mole, which looks like it has a face-full of tentacles.

    Modern Marsupials 
  • The marsupial mole, which looks like a Tribble with a big, pink nose.
  • The numbat, an adorable little thing which sports a long, anteater-like tongue thanks to the wonders of convergent evolution.
  • The quokka, once called the happiest animal in the world. It has no fear of humans and is cute as a button.
  • The tree-kangaroo, like normal kangaroos, but with trees! They also have really pretty patterns on their fur.

    Extinct Placental Mammals 
  • The Bulldog Rat, a dopey dodo of a mammal that lived on Christmas Island and was inadvertently killed off by human sailors who brought foreign diseases with them.
  • The Caspian tiger, an extinct tiger with a Badass Beard.
  • The glyptodon, an extinct armadillo relative the size of a Volkswagen Beetle. It might have looked like a cross between a turtle and a squirrel with a short trunk like that of a tapir.
  • Megatherium, the giant ground sloth. Was most likely an herbivore, but could possibly have been a predator or scavenger of the aforementioned glyptodonts.
  • Paraceratherium, which looked like giraffe-shaped hornless rhinos.

    Extinct Marsupials 

  • The thylacine, better known as the Tasmanian Tiger. God rest their stripy souls.

  • The Mexican mole lizard (or ajolote). It's tiny, it's shaped like a worm, it's bright pink, it's only got two legs and it has beady little black eyes. What's not to love?
  • Uromastyx, a genus of lizards more famously known as spiny tailed lizards. They live in the deserts of North Africa and use their spiked tails to fend off predators.



  • Amblypygids, relatives of spiders and scorpions who look hells menacing but are only capable of giving a painful pinch when threatened.
  • Camel-spiders, which aren't actually spiders and don't actually kill camels but are still pretty freaky.
  • Members of the order Isopoda, which includes your common cute little garden pillbugs as well as these oversized ocean floor creepy-crawlies.
  • Mantis shrimp, who have some of the best eyesight in the animal kingdom and are able to snap their claws shut with such quickness and force that they make incredibly powerful mini-explosions, used to kill or stun their prey.

    Other Invertebrates 
  • Tardigrades (or water bears), which look like cute, silly little microscopic caterpillars but are actually nigh-indestructible badasses.
  • Velvet worms, who despite their moniker are not related to annelids and are notable for their oddly-mammalian social structure and their ability to catch prey Spider-Man style.


    p i z z a 
Gimme pizza, P-I-Z-Z-a. Gimme pizza, P-I-Z-Z-A.

Now we're feeling kinda hungry.
We got the mega munchies.
Got to make our pizza as big as some countries.
How much pizza do you think we can chow?
More than our parents would ever allow.
We're gonna make a master-piece a pizza.
A work of art like the Mona Lisa.
It's gonna be high like the Tower of Pisa.
But to get there...You don't need a visa.

Pizza, P-I-Z-Z-A. Gimme pizza.
Uh, did I happen to say, I want pizza.
P-I-Z-Z-A. I want pizza.
Hey, are you ready to play?
Now set down the pizza and bring me some chicken.
Throw it on top and make it finger lickin'
Guacomole. Meatballs, whip cream pouring like waterfalls.
Here's a little salsa to make it hot.
Here's a lot of ice cream to hit the spot.
Toss the fish, let it fly, fly, fly, pizza pie.

Pizza, P-I-Z-Z-A. Gimme pizza.
Watch it rise like a soufflé.
Gimme pizza. P-I-Z-Z-A.
I want pizza. You think we should stop?
no way!
Get your motors ready cause here we go.
Chocolate sauce, spreading it slow.
Oreos, marshmallows, caramel, coconut cream, egg foo young, chicken tongue.
Hold the eyeballs. I'm gonna scream.
Now don't forget the rice or the mashed potatoes.
And what about these fried green tomatoes?
Batter's up, catcher's ready.

Pasta...Put it in the pizza.
Fist sticks...Put it in the pizza.
Ketchup...Put it in the pizza.
Meatloaf...awww Put it in the pizza.

Pizza, P-I-Z-Z-A. Gimme pizza.
Add some tacos, Ole!
I want pizza. P-I-Z-Z-A.
I want pizza. Call us the queens of gourmet.

I want pizza. P-I-Z-Z-A. Gimme pizza.
How much does it weigh? I want pizza.
P-I-Z-Z-A. I want pizza.
Is it finally done?

Here it is, ready to serve. This pizza is made...Yeah!

I should not be driving this car...

Oh no
I shouldn't be driving this car

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