Hey Pandas, What Is The Most Amazing Fact You Know?platypi have bioluminescent fur, meaning they glow under the right light
Hey Pandas, What Is The Most Amazing Fact You Know?Dueling is a legitimate way to settle legal disputes in Paraguay, but only if both parties are registered blood donors.
In This Crazy Time, What Is Keeping All You Pandas Calm?My husky (see profile pic) she’s the weirdest thing, but her quirks are what makes her adorable!
Hey Pandas, What Is The Most Amazing Fact You Know?Flat worms have a sword fight to determine who will carry the young and the loser loses their pp and has to give birth. I know this from 9th grade zoology btw.
In This Crazy Time, What Is Keeping All You Pandas Calm?i try to be calm. i make up imaginary friends in my head so I can talk to someone but sometimes I talk to them out loud and my mom thinks its weird
In This Crazy Time, What Is Keeping All You Pandas Calm?I've gone on LOTS of walks, and I've read a LOT of books.
Mexico City: we know you’re a tourist when you start trying to respect road signs and stoplights. If there’s one thing I severely loathe about this city- it’s not the pollution, nor the crowded feeling you get once you get here, nor the un-ending yearn from locals to believe that any foreigner is automatically better qualified for the job- it’s the utter disrespect and indifference for your own life or those of others. Big 6-lane avenue? Let us ignore the bridge and cross underneath it while we zigzag between cars and their scared drivers. Stoplight just turned green? Better cross with my 3 kids behind me while cars honk at me. You want to cross the street now? Ignore the zebra crossing and run almost drunkenly through the street while cars are still circulating (this is almost a national tradition). Both-ways street? Let me park my big-ass truck here and not let anyone through. Bike-lane? I, as a cyclist, want to draw the symbol for infinity while getting in the way of other 8 lanes. Subway doors are opening? Better charge like a quarterback and maybe punch my way through before letting anyone from such wagon out. In the midst of this, you see confused tourists being pushed by the locals because we just can’t wait to cross even if the stoplight turned green 2 seconds after. You see people waiting at the zebra crossing wondering why people are crossing all over the avenue. If you see people trying to do things correctly in the vicinity of streets or public transport, they’re most likely tourists. Works the other way around. Once in Vienna I crossed a street following my mexican tradition of doing it wherever and whenever I please (and ignoring the zebra crossing), and a policeman gave me a warning! It was a tired, compassionate one, as in saying ‘you people just don’t know any better, so I’ll let it pass’. I was so embarrassed for me and for my country. I’m trying to be better now.