I guess it's time to update this. Hi, I'm Kinam or Ki for short. I draw, write and roleplay. I love Homestuck, Inazuma Eleven, Pokemon, Animal Crossing, Zelda, all sorts of things.

You can find me roleplaying on dreamwidth as Rose Lalonde (user name tentacletrainer) and Tsumiki Mikan (user name puppetnurse).

My 3DS friend code is 3582 8665 9217
I play Pokemon up to the latest released generation as well as AC: New Leaf. If you want to add me, drop me an ask with your code!

Feel free to ask me questions too. I don't bite!

 

sixpenceee:

Many people have no opinion or assume octopuses are stupid, spineless creatures.
But their brains are the largest of all the invertebrates. Their neurons are massed into lobes like ours. Their brains runs on a  a decentralized nervous system, two-thirds of which is distributed in the eight arms and legs.
Recent evidence shows that octopuses possess intelligence. For example, they can:
Open jars (video)

Mimic other sea creatures (video)

Did you know that when threatened, an octopus may turn white and puff up to scare the predator. It’ll then shoot ink to distract the predator and zig-zag through water to quickly camouflage itself among the coral. (Video)

In a test done by Oxford biologist N.S. Sutherland, Octopuses were given a treat if they picked one shape over the other. They soon learned that a rectangle was a rectangle no matter how it was oriented. 
Octopuses proved to have excellent memory. Scientific journals have publish research papers on octopus learning, octopus personality, octopus memory. Now the octopus has even made it into the pages of the journal Consciousness and Cognition.
It’s important to note that intelligence here, is defined in a different way. It’s suited towards their conditions and environment. 
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sixpenceee:

Many people have no opinion or assume octopuses are stupid, spineless creatures.

But their brains are the largest of all the invertebrates. Their neurons are massed into lobes like ours. Their brains runs on a  a decentralized nervous system, two-thirds of which is distributed in the eight arms and legs.

Recent evidence shows that octopuses possess intelligence. For example, they can:

Open jars (video)

Mimic other sea creatures (video)

Did you know that when threatened, an octopus may turn white and puff up to scare the predator. It’ll then shoot ink to distract the predator and zig-zag through water to quickly camouflage itself among the coral. (Video)

In a test done by Oxford biologist N.S. Sutherland, Octopuses were given a treat if they picked one shape over the other. They soon learned that a rectangle was a rectangle no matter how it was oriented. 

Octopuses proved to have excellent memory. Scientific journals have publish research papers on octopus learning, octopus personality, octopus memory. Now the octopus has even made it into the pages of the journal Consciousness and Cognition.

It’s important to note that intelligence here, is defined in a different way. It’s suited towards their conditions and environment. 

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victoriousvocabulary:

LESEN
[verb]
1. to read.
2. to gather up.
Etymology: German, from Middle High German lesen, from Old High German lesan, from Proto-Germanic Proto-Germanic *lesaną, “to gather”, from Proto-Indo-European *les-, *leg-, “to gather”.
[Anna-Maria Jung - Silence in the Library]

victoriousvocabulary:

LESEN

[verb]

1. to read.

2. to gather up.

Etymology: German, from Middle High German lesen, from Old High German lesan, from Proto-Germanic Proto-Germanic *lesaną, “to gather”, from Proto-Indo-European *les-, *leg-, “to gather”.

[Anna-Maria Jung - Silence in the Library]

Hey

legendaryhumanssillystuff:

To the people excited about MSPA being down

To the people complaining about the people excited about MSPA being down

To the people asking everyone to chill out

To all of you.

It’s nice seeing you all again.

carlospalmer:

instead of calling someone a “grammar nazi”, why not try:

  • word nerd
  • syntax whiplash
  • fuckin geek
  • speech preacher
  • punctuate infatuate-er
  • ~Lord English~
  • grAMMAR SLAMMER

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