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TurbidCyno

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Going to attempt to get into writing again. Maybe this winter I'll finally finish a short story.
 

SpikeFox87

Spike the Fox
heyooo
 

Frank Gulotta

Send us your floppy
Zardoz IS a fascinating movie, I find it weird that it seems better known because it showcases Sean Connery in a jockstrap, pretty disrespectful
 
Today is International Raccoon Appreciation Day <3

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Judge Spear

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I will never get over how terrible and ugly a "game" Major/Minor was.
Someone in my server has been chronicling his playthrough of it and its just been painful for him. Lmao
 

Chad Firepaws

I simp for Corporate
Yo just made a twitter for my art and I have no idea where to post my stuff (mostly tf centric, but other furry & animal art as well as comix)

Any good tag suggestions for art?
 

SerlisTialo

sea cucumber

Fallowfox

Are we moomin, or are we dancer?
I tried making 'Labrador tea' from Tuckamore leaves when I was in Canada.

You have to throw the first infusion away to get rid of the poison, but the remainder didn't much taste of anything!
 

Yakamaru

Å nei, cringe
I tried making 'Labrador tea' from Tuckamore leaves when I was in Canada.

You have to throw the first infusion away to get rid of the poison, but the remainder didn't much taste of anything!
Did the tea wag at you?
 
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TurbidCyno

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I tried making 'Labrador tea' from Tuckamore leaves when I was in Canada.

You have to throw the first infusion away to get rid of the poison, but the remainder didn't much taste of anything!

Doesn't seem like something I'd want to give a go.

I haven't tried it, but it sounds nice.

I had to order some online. There are White Pines in the parks near me, but I wouldn't be surprised if they've been sprayed with something.
You also want to research a bit to identify the right type of pine if foraging since there are a few toxic evergreen species. Eastern White Pine is supposed to be the most common go-to for tea I've read.
 
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