I Am Having Feelings For A Game With No Discernible Fandom Whatsoever: a novel
the best possible outcome being I Have Finally Found This Game’s Fandom But It’s Russian And I Am Not Learning To Read Cyrillic For This Shit: the sequel
Sounds about right, yes.
see you later
do i have a crush on you or am i just lonely
do i like you or do i like that you like medo I like you or do I like the idea of you
do i want to be in a relationship or do i just want to prove that i’m worthy of one
are you flirting with me, or can i just not recognize when people are being nice to me
all of the above
do i want soup or salad
Ew- no to the soup. Get a salad. Salad is better than eating a bowl of nasty bath water with vegetable chunks in it.
Do not diss the soup them’s fighting words
I bought one of those packs of the little drink mix things where you pour them in water and get offbrand koolaid
it tastes like dimetapp it’s pretty terrible and it’s grape I have murdered a perfectly good bottle of water and I have to drink it or I will have wasted it as well
what have I done
A quick doodle done for Nargyle, who is a huge influence of mine and also introduced me to Kill la Kill through her art. So, have an Enna in Raisetsu!
Pretty new thing from Red!
I’ll make this public so that my followers can give you better advice. I’ve never personally dealt with pop-eye. I’m not sure how much help I can be. <3
fishy blog followers?!
i don’t think a drop can cause popeye? Popeye is an internal infection that causes fluid build up. Mostly caused by poor water quality and high ammonia.
I would think he actually has a damaged and inflamed eye? In that case you should put him in a sanitary hospital tank and use aquarium salt to dose. Keep him clean and away from sharp objects and let the eye heal.
Agreed. If your beta has popeye it’s because of the water that was changed, not the fall, unless he got some grody in his eye and then in his water.
Put him in a hospital tank for now definitely, and dose in with the aquarium salt. You may also look into strengthening his immune system a bit, just in case it is popeye caused by getting dirty. When I had a beta, I had a lot of luck with Stresscoat but you’ll want to do your own research because it’s been a while since I had betas, and there may be new, better meds now. Make sure your temperature is regulated super well while he’s sick, as temperature changes can influence how long he stays sick and whether he gets better.
If he doesn’t seem to be recovering after a while (mine was better within two weeks with steady treatment and 25% water changes every two days (his filter had broken), then you may want to look into antibiotics for him and buy him food that is geared toward helping sicky betas feel better. There are a few out there, but they will run eight to ten bucks in comparisons to the Walmart cheapsy stuff.
For the future, I’d recommend looking up the Beta First Aid kit. It lists a bunch of medicines to have on hand so that you can give your little guy the needed treatment immediately; any name on there you’ll want to research a bit, but in the end it’s worth it. It can mean a lot less stress for you and your fish both.
tattoo artist who can encode magic into tattoos but doesn’t want people to know she can so she just puts low-level luck spells on her clients’ bodies without telling them
jeweller who makes body jewellery and pendants which have amulet properties and draw love and luck and happiness to their wearers without them realising it
piercing artist who keeps the remnants from her piercings and puts them all in little jars in the back of her shop to work sympathetic luck spells on all her clients
and then all three of them slowly realise what the others are doing and end up in a poly relationship living in a little shop in the shitty end of town, which gets curiously less shitty the longer they stay, and people think it’s just the development of the area but the three artists know
and they’re never rich and they’re never famous but they’re always happy because they have everything they need
they have the shop and they have their customers and they have each other
and when their customers are happy and content, they pack up and move on, all together now, to find another space with skin to be coloured and jewellery to be made and magic to be done.
this is beautiful