Apparently Heru-Wer’s REALLY EXCITED ABOUT TACOS (which is what im making for dinner). R-…really? I haven’t heard anything from Netjer in months and tacos is what brings them back? [facepalms and laughs]
Well I mean I get pretty excited about tacos myself and I’m a Heru-wer kid so maybe He likes tacos. Or tacos are just exciting
I know it’s blurry, sorry, but here’s my drawing for Heru-wer! (With all the alcohol He’s getting I’m sure it’ll be just as blurry for Him)
IS IT OPERATION MAKE HERU-WER DRUNK
Insanity is Relative Answer:
THE GIANT FUCKING BOOZE CUP THAT I WILL BE GIVING TO ALL THE DEITIES TONIGHT IS JUST COINCIDENCE
I just bought some rum too. .. COINCIDENCE OR NOT, IM IN!
DRUNKEN HERU-WER ALL THE WAY
I AM 100% OKAY WITH THIS THOUGH I AM SURE MOTHER HETHERT IS NOT
“Killed 99 bears”
a fact that if actually accomplished, should be put on a tombstone.
My favorite part is “We hope he has gone to rest.” What, like… they weren’t sure? Maybe, if ever the bear uprising should start again, he would rise from the ground to finish what he started and slay that 100th bear?
Was this man so powerful they are concerned he might not have decided to rest at all and is simply biding his time?
The bears made that tombstone.
A warning, and a prayer.
That he really, truely stays down.
This is too badass not to reblog.
Reblog for last comment
That’s gotta fucking suck though, being so close to 100 and then just dying.
SAM WHAT DOES THIS SAY?
"I’m mouldy/rotten/dirty/filthy"…depends on the context. I’m not even joking.
I CAN CONFIRM THAT THIS MEANS “I AM STINKY/DIRTY/ETC” AND I AM GOING TO DIE I’M LAUGHING SO HARD
This pleases me greatly
Okay, I’m gonna compile a post with what information I have and what I can do. You can reblog this as a signal boost so I can get more information on this and see what can and cannot be done.
My mom has Huntington’s Disease and has been diagnosed with it for a while. It is a genetic brain disease that causes continuing loss of physical and mental skills and abilities. My mom has trouble understanding things sometimes, has trouble communicating, and has mood swings. She also has trouble walking and physically functioning, her reflexes and motor control beginning to reach the point where they are in dangerous decline. She is not mentally equipped to deal distress. I have lived with my mom most of my life and have seen what she can and cannot do. I know for a fact my mom cannot handle things well. She simply cannot and there’s nothing to do about it. When upset or put into a dangerous or upsetting situation, she becomes hysterical and cannot control her emotions. She does not have many outlets and usually she reacts with anger or runs away from the problem. This is a part of the disease and she has no control over herself. If you want more info on Huntington’s Disease, here is a list of facts from the Huntington’s Disease Society of America site, who has a whole site dedicated to information about Huntington’s. Here is also a pamphlet lots of information made specifically for family members of people diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease.
My mom is on disability, meaning her disease is officially recognized and has been evaluated by doctors. She cannot work.
Recently, a rather upsetting even has happened. My grandma, my mother’s mom, had taken her to a doctor appoint for her disease. What my mom has told me recently, her mother has always had a problems with a bad and toxic personality, and has commonly yelled at her when she came over to help my mom. I have no audio evidence or have verbally heard it, merely repeating from what I heard from my mom. I am mostly saying this because I am worried my grandma may have a history of abusive behavior. This is important to note because while at the doctor’s appointment, my grandma got in an argument with my mom. May I bring up how my mom cannot handle stressful situations well. Once again, I was not present here for the fight, but merely relaying what has been said to me. At some point in the argument, my grandma had gripped my mom’s arm and yanked it, hard enough to leave bruises.
Here is some photo evidence of her bruises:
I live in Ohio and I am asking for people to help me give legal help if there is ever a repeat of this, or if worst comes to worse and we have to bring my grandmother in for abusive behavior.
I am aware there might have to be more evidence and more instances but I care deeply, deeply about my mom. She didn’t deserve this and I want to make sure if anything can be done about it. I’d like to be prepared and know beforehand if I can report this.
I’m just a 15 year old teenager trying to do what’s best for their mother.
I live in KY so I sadly don’t know squat about Ohio law, but hopefully someone will!