imagine if we talked like reality competition tv show contestants all the time
"hi what would you like to order?" i can handle anything. throw anything at me, and i’m gonna beat the shit out of it, because i’m a boss.
"sir the movie is over we need to clean up please go to the lobby" you can try to push me out but i’ll always come back. i never back down. i’m a fighter.
"happy birthday!" you don’t know me. you don’t know shit about me. i’m a wild card, bitch. i’ll surprise you before you even know what’s coming.
"sorry but we’re all sold out of caramel corn" i fought too damn hard to give up this easy. you think you can beat me? nothing is impossible. i’ve been through too much to give up now.
someone: looks like urine trouble
tumblr: YOU FUCKING DID NOT
tumblr: DID YOU FUCKING JUST
tumblr: IM FUCKING DONE WITH THIS WEBSITE
tumblr: I FUCKING LITERALLY CAN'T RIGHT NOW
tumblr: OMG THE COMMENT THOUGH
tumblr: *8 supernatural gifs*
tumblr: THIS IS WHY I LOVE TUMBLR
“…although it is customary to think of plants on one side of the oxygen and nitrogen cycles as being sessile, and of animals on the other side as being motile, this is not a biological imperative. There are animals that are sessile for all or most of their lives (such as corals), and there are plants (such as tumbleweeds, and venus fly traps) that exhibit more mobility than is customarily associated with plants. On a slowly rotating planet, for example, it might be adaptive for photosynthesis to be performed by “plants” that can move to remain in the light, like Earth’s sunflowers; whereas non-photosynthetic “animals”, much like Earth’s fungi, might have a lesser need to move from place to place on their own. This would be a mirror image of Earth’s ecology.”
— Cool speculative fiction on Wikipedia
this is so cool!
one of the stories i’m trying to get published rn is about aliens who are sentient plants that grow in the ground & build up stores of essential substances (minerals & shit) until they have enough for a lifetime and then break off and go look for fertile ground to have sex with
OMG where can I read this (publication date pending)
I would highly advise reading this story in The Cyborg Handbook called Digital Pistil by Lois H. Gresh. It is about the “low-level” sentience of a bred-for-commodity house plant told through its highly eroticized/grotesque hormonal desires.
ultimate game: is that a headcanon human wheatley, a cecil, a humanized gravity falls triangle man, or is it the batter. bonus round of is it a onceler au