File: 1609169901619.jpeg (208.1 KB, 750x965, EqLaiYaXcAIVOCA.jpeg)
File: 1609175091457.jpg (1.2 MB, 1920x1080, JiXK6A2fGeJjHM2Xb46eCe.jpg)
TIL that shooter games are kinda fun!
File: 1609181413544.jpg (209.35 KB, 1100x1100, 8e5.jpg)
Today I learned that it's okay to have high standards for your friends and if that makes you snobby then so be it.
File: 1609191705055.jpeg (135.62 KB, 750x750, A2AADFD7-8E7D-4F06-A709-F57FE5…)
Today I learnt that long fake nails are long fake nails and that it might not have been a good idea to get them so long when I usually keep them extremely short.
This reminded me, There's a range of parasites that have popped up in gay communities because of rimming. I really wish I didn't know that.
They cause diarrhoea which can be bloody, watery and last for months even with treatment. It's hard to treat them as they become more resisitant. I can just imagine a future where it's not just gay swingers getting it and these things could become the new STDs we all have to think of
It means "you knock" in italian.>>745152
Finnish is amazing
File: 1614367976716.png (74.53 KB, 1120x460, 55555555422.PNG)
This was also commissioned by a guy so hated he lost his reelection to a dead man
File: 1614374730593.jpg (47.45 KB, 415x647, 70e2813163f182c5559e10414588dc…)
I learned that Joaquin Phoenix didn't get his scar from a fixed cleft palate but he was born with the scar, he had a mild cleft that fixed itself in the womb. >>749974
File: 1614375264728.jpg (74.2 KB, 891x565, Červená-řepa-zlepší-výkonnost-…)
Oh yeah, beetroot.
It's because of flavinoids - also high in onion, wine, berries and so on.
Flavonoids typically lead to reduced aldose reductase, regeneration of pancreatic beta cells, and increased insulin release.
jesus christ anon that's crazy, were you close to them at all? hope you're feeling ok
um also TIL the correct term isn't sherbert, it's fucking sherbet and i've spent my whole adult life ordering and spelling that shit incorrectly
File: 1614461958198.png (15.72 KB, 371x238, sherbert.PNG)
Samefag, no fucking way. I've always said sherbert or sorbet.
Lmao samefag but I was referring to sherbert lemons and after googling I have discovered that they too are sherbet
We all really liked that R, huh.
File: 1614858763297.jpeg (65.38 KB, 612x459, 343C1C41-C5B9-4F22-9438-6FB3E4…)
Sherbet anons, are we all talking about the same thing lol? My TIL circa 2014 was that it isn’t the same thing in the UK and USA. It’s a fizzy sugary candy here like pic related, didn’t know it meant something different over there until I ordered rainbow sherbet on an American cruise ship and was given a sorbet/ice cream-type thing. It was good though.
It's still called sherbet not sherbert in the UK. Sherbet lemons, sherbet dip dabs, sherbet fountains, sherbet dust.
It hurts us all but we have to accept it.
Don't worry anon this confused me too at first
Sherbet in the UK is flavoured sugar, sometimes tart and fizzy. Sherbet in Iran, Turkey and neighboring regions is a tasty, often fruity, drink served cold. American Sherbet is mostly the same as sorbet, the Italian desert made from a frozen blend of fruit and sugar, but with the distinctive difference of added cream or milk.
File: 1622120349127.png (28.58 KB, 845x785, druzhba.png)
romanian j is pronounced like russian zh
File: 1627363705981.jpeg (240.73 KB, 1920x1080, 24D847F6-9067-4692-A836-95494B…)
That criticism of science is actually a thing and it poses some big, earth moving questions if you ask me.
Here is a simple wiki article (lol): https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_science
I'm curious if you all have any thoughts, or know more and want to share.
Excerpts I found interesting:>Historian Jacques Barzun termed science "a faith as fanatical as any in history" and warned against the use of scientific thought to suppress considerations of meaning as integral to human existence.>Alan Watts criticized science for operating under a materialist model of the world that he posited is simply a modified version of the Abrahamic worldview, that "the universe is constructed and maintained by a Lawmaker" (commonly identified as God or the Logos). Watts asserts that during the rise of secularism through the 18th to 20th century when scientific philosophers got rid of the notion of a lawmaker they kept the notion of law, and that the idea that the world is a material machine run by law is a presumption just as unscientific as religious doctrines that affirm it is a material machine made and run by a lawmaker.
>Some scientists and philosophers suggest that scientific theories are more or less shaped by the dominant political, economic, or cultural models of the time, even though the scientific community may claim to be exempt from social influences and historical conditions. For example, Zoologist Peter Kropotkin thought that the Darwinian theory of evolution overstressed a painful "we must struggle to survive" way of life, which he said was influenced by capitalism and the struggling lifestyles people lived within it. Karl Marx also thought that science was largely driven by and used as capital.>Robert Anton Wilson, Stanley Aronowitz, and Paul Feyerabend all thought that the military-industrial complex, large corporations, and the grants that came from them had an immense influence over the research and even results of scientific experiments. Aronowitz even went as far as to say "It does not matter that the scientific community ritualistically denies its alliance with economic/industrial and military power. The evidence is overwhelming that such is the case. Thus, every major power has a national science policy; the United States Military appropriates billions each year for 'basic' as well as 'applied' research".
File: 1628224102346.jpg (181.46 KB, 600x620, Yeti_crab.jpg)
I learned that the yeti crab was very recently discovered in just the past decade, is actually quite small, and lives in deep water. I have no idea why, but the Yeti Crab Pokemon made me think they were like coconut crabs and just hung out of water.
File: 1628290119631.jpeg (55.63 KB, 600x612, 8BE2B9C6-38CB-476C-B837-6E3ECD…)
Today I figured out how to fix a fabric couch that has been snagged by cat claws. On a whim I tried poking it with a needle felting needle and it TOTALLY worked, tucked the snags and loose threads right back into the upholstery and you can’t tell there was ever an issue. Now my mom will never see how my foster cat has screwed up the couch and I can trim his hind legs before he does it again.
File: 1628524164815.jpeg (1020.16 KB, 1800x1800, 11LIVING-HELLSKITCHEN-slide-WD…)
TIL "Hell's Kitchen" is a neighborhood in New York City. I always knew it only as the name of the reality show. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell%27s_Kitchen,_Manhattan
File: 1630137613589.jpg (37.04 KB, 500x384, frog-marriage.jpg)
TIL frog marriages to bring rain are a thing in India
File: 1630223661753.jpg (Spoiler Image, 432.38 KB, 1100x737, Blobfish-Reddit.jpg)
TIL from anon from some other thread that blobfish are actually normal fish when underwater. What we see is their melted disfigured corpse because their soft tissues can't handle being pulled out of deep water.
Now I feel bad for people making fun of them.
i hate this so much, this is shit horrors movies are made about. We truly are the most horrifying monsters.
Those fucking fishers need to stop pullying blobfishes out!!! Anyway I hate fishing, consuming fish etc and could live without it whatsoever
Googled this and the horror doesn't end there:
>This isn’t the type of fish fishermen are looking for, so some throw them back in as an attempt to spare their lives. Whether that works and they can survive long enough to get back to the depths after losing so much water pressure is unknown. But it seems unlikely given their misshapen appearance when they reach the surface
So people destroy their appearances then throw them back into the ocean where they most likely rot away since their protective layer is destroyed and they are also far away from the deep waters they live in. Jesus Christ
File: 1630900707681.png (2.88 MB, 1538x2160, Ogseries.png)
TIL Wiggles are from Australia. I honestly thought they were British this whole time.
File: 1630956515208.png (52.06 KB, 300x250, 12961471845543327384.png)
Hellish layout is of that site
But look at these epik shirts I found amongst the ads
Damn. They should have kept it, that movie is guilty of glamourizing prostitution to al ot of young women.>>902529
Something that the blue-eyed man has decided to look away from.
File: 1631711845804.jpeg (23.61 KB, 256x275, 138E7A36-3249-4D8C-B328-931251…)
You can actually delete the weird CP threads on your own, you don’t have to be the person who created the thread, just don’t let it sit there and click delete!
File: 1631715784877.jpeg (18.36 KB, 235x210, D4D88173-E9C7-4827-BA7B-DD6A0C…)
That sucks, I thought I cracked the code.
File: 1649413044117.jpg (104.02 KB, 975x681, 617d8LakAEL._AC_SL1000_.jpg)
I still like to think that it's the plant kek
kek you're right even though I really enjoy ironic entries and I will support subwoolfer.
Nocturne is way too good for esc and I'm saying it as a longtime watcher. I wish quality entries were like this and not boring ballad music
File: 1650258253516.jpg (35.2 KB, 474x266, downloadfile.jpg)
I thought it was just a yaoi con thing
That's because the name of a popular sovietc chainsaw is Drujba - meaning yes, Frendship. This name, apparently, was given as a symbol of celebrating 300 years' anniversary of Russia and Ukraine reuniting
So it's like xerox or jacuzzi
There were a lot of these generic brand names used symonumosly for products when my country was communist. Much less now because there are much more brands on offer.
Related, Heroin is also one such generic brand name https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_generic_and_genericized_trademarks
File: 1650546719842.png (62.19 KB, 1627x175, autism never ends.png)
The longest recorded piece of literature in history now is fucking Loud House fan fiction. In script format. And it's still ongoing. Imagine being this autistic.
the first use of “redneck” was coined in Scotland in the 1640s for the reasons >>1142256
said, which was before it was used in america
File: 1650979185520.jpeg (44.22 KB, 676x454, clever Hans.jpeg)
Today I learned about a horse who accidentally pretended to be a math genius who understood human language.
>Clever Hans appeared to be able to successfully perform arithmetic calculations on request, and able to answer questions such as "what's 2+2?" or "how many people are in this room?" by tapping his hoof the appropriate number of times.
>After a scientific investigation, however, it was found that Hans' ability had little to do with his capacity for understanding human speech, and instead had everything to do with his ability to read human behavior.
>The explanation was that Hans would start his response to a questioner by tapping his hoof, and then notice that those around him got more tense as the number taps approached the correct value and then relaxing suddenly that number was reached, at which point Hans would stop.
Hope that means he’s your ex bf now.
I’m sorry anon, sending hugs
(Bill his ass for any time he’s ever given you mediocre sex in that case)
Get out of there and get tested for everything to put your mind at ease health wise at least.
My last ex cheated on me and I didn't test straight away but that worry lingered in my mind and only got bigger over time. For some reason I had to test and retest multiple times before I could stop obsessing over it. I was convinced I had hiv. It was a weirdly delayed reaction to the stress be put me through. I didn't have anything in the end but I still haven't let anyone touch me in the 4 years since. Dude has no idea the knock on effect that had on my life.
I'm sorry you're going through this. Run and don't look back.
File: 1651011139717.jpeg (87.16 KB, 480x720, images.jpeg)
TIL fungus and mushrooms are different, fungus exist usually underground or on surfaces until conditions are right and form mushrooms to distribute spores, so basically they act like the fruit of the fungus. I really want to read up more on mycology, its fascinating that fungus was considered part of the plant kingdom until like 60 years ago and now it's its own thing
File: 1654014068705.jpg (886.14 KB, 3577x3367, ET-FISH073849.jpg)
Small male cuttlefish squid will crossdress to mate with females since they can't fight with bigger males for the right to mate.
File: 1654018648951.png (665.89 KB, 800x600, cuttlefish.png)
The true face of an AGP. I was going to post an actual cuttlefish face but their eyes are very weird and make me uncomfortable
But this does make me wonder what these cuttlefish will do if a male tries to mate with it or if they just have to get out before anyone, other than the squid they're trying to get with, can realize that they are not really female.
Well first, I'm no scientist and I initially learned this on a podcast so what I'm about to say could be wrong. The eggs are not fertilized during to mating process, the mother cuttlefish will store the sperm and choose which one she wants to use (somehow she knows the difference between each males sperm). They apparently prefer the sperm from the crossdressing cuttlefish because they see it as a sign of ingenuity and intelligence. >>1208077
I've heard that before, I wonder what the benefit must be. Imagine a troon cosplaying as his dead wife.
File: 1654372380026.png (379.22 KB, 720x1219, Screenshot_20220602-235542.png)
Apparently Playboy has published literal cp more than a few times in the past
Thanks for the explanation. (Ignoring the human tranny parallels) I think that's adorable lol
I was just wondering how the females can tell that the "crossdressing" male is… well, male, and let them mate. Maybe I understood it wrong, and the male doesn't crossdress to approach the female, but to avoid the other male?>>1211373
Holy shit, no way. You mean to tell me that they dressed kids in adult women's clothes and put some makeup on them and coomer scrotes couldn't tell the difference or just didn't give a fuck?? And I thought I couldn't be more blackpilled
Today I learned that MP4 files can have subtitles.
I was watching some cartoon on VLC and wanted to read the closed captions, so I pressed the subtitle switch hotkey to turn them on, but I wasn't sure if it would work, because I thought only MKV files could have them embedded and I forgot what kind of file this video was.
Surprisingly, this file had them! Apparently this is nothing new or surprising.>>1211615
Oooh, thanks for the explanation, that makes a lot more sense.
Some bee myths I would like to dispell. Bees do not live in a monarch. Their society is closer to communism. Worker bees do not live for their queen, they live for the survival of the colony. Queen bees are not born, but created. An ordinary larvae can be turned into a queen bee with a special diet. Usually one male bee is created and discarded after reproduction, but aside from him, all bees are female. (Not to sperg, but isn't funny how the mainstream always pushes for male bees, male ants, male wasps, and the list goes on as the norm? It is like they cannot accept an all female society to exist without the males being in charge). Worker bees can choose to get rid of the queen bee whenever they choose to. Either she is too old, is defective, or isn't doing her job, worker bees have nearly all the power. Aside from humans and habitat loss, wasps are a huge threat to bees. Wasps steal honey, eat bee larvae, destroy property, and kill bees. The way bees deal with wasps is by huddling all over one until the heat burns the wasp to death. Wasps are another all female society, but are more aggressive than bees. They are basically pirates. The male, or the drone, has no stinger and can only reproduce with the queen. Unlike bees, wasps can remember faces. They can recognize other wasp members this way rather than using some other primal way of recognition. Whenever you kill a wasp, a chemical subtance is released that can notify other wasps in the area that she has been killed. Now remember next time you swat at a wasp. She knows your face bitch. You're next.
omg i love you nonnie
i was just reading about bees the other day. So fucking funny that they kick the males out during winter, and yes it bothered me so much that the worker bees in Bee Movie were all male, I won’t ever watch it again. Humans need to take more direction from bugs tbh.
File: 1654898368952.jpeg (254.29 KB, 930x1382, 1DDF886F-E014-4534-AF1C-C034AA…)
TIL hugh grant is not gay. i dont care about celebrities so i dont know anything about him but somehow not only did i think he was gay but also married. wtf ? who planted this idea in my head ? and apparently he had a cheating scandal too, on a woman, with a prostitute (female). i accidentally came across a video where said girlfriend was getting interviewed and i was fully expecting or rather waiting for them to say something about him being gay because i thought maybe that was how the public found out… i am shocked and i dont even know why, because i dont know who this man is i only know him as the guy from the movie "about a boy" i actually had to google his name as i was watching that video for a visual of who the guy is expecting another celebrity that i think was posted in the men age like milk thread, and you know what happens next. i honestly dont even know where i got this idea from, is there a gay celebrity that looks like him or something ?
File: 1654900330653.jpeg (41.35 KB, 1014x1024, BE741AD9-C385-43F2-A88B-551C72…)
>>1220462>I always thought stanley tucci was gay.
Today I learned Stanley Tucci is not gay.
TIL that Hugh Grant is cheating, prostitute-soliciting scum. I guess I should've seen that coming but I genuinely did enjoy the romcoms he appeared in so it's kinda sad.
Another male celebrity I thought was gay but isn't is Christopher Masterson. Like you with Hugh Grant, I have no idea why where I got that idea from.>>1218377>Tim GunnI think it's kind of cool that he voices a character in this one children's cartoon
File: 1654919846206.jpg (95.82 KB, 450x424, surprisegirlboss.jpg)
Wasps being better mothers than many humans by putting their children first? Prioritizing the next generation before the moid resource wasters? It's more likely than you think.
File: 1655541159016.png (18.6 KB, 562x242, british man.png)
Dante from Devil May Cry is a bong
Yep they are associated with death, demons, and bad omens in several cultures. >>1229809
They do. Also drunk, but I'm certain they do. I never use them.
File: 1655604532798.jpg (41.48 KB, 1000x667, dehydrated-garlic-vs-fresh.jpg)
The garlic you see in stores with the crunchy, flaky skin is not fresh, it's dried.
File: 1655606153414.jpeg (35.89 KB, 612x612, 52223119-1F5E-4D4E-9FD6-F33AE1…)
Kek, by that logic an onion is dried too.
File: 1655606866932.jpg (269.05 KB, 960x960, fresh-garlic_0.jpg)
Well, I think onions come out like that. I say the garlic is dried because picrel is fresh.
File: 1655922086523.jpg (152.04 KB, 1000x536, sunflower-arrangement-types-jo…)
TIL while researching mutated flowers (since the nonnies seemed so interested/freaked out by them in them in the other thread) that those giant sunflower heads are essentially like those mutant flowers: It's multiple incomplete flowers growing together connected. The outer petals are actually their own separate flowers as well. Crazy stuff
File: 1656181394780.jpeg (417.35 KB, 560x374, 193893A5-F7F8-4309-87CD-1F61D5…)
van Gogh apparently had a digitalis (foxglove) prescription from a doctor and people theorize that he was suffering from digitalis toxicity when he painted Starry Night due to the prevalence of yellow halos around things. some other paintings of his with yellow halos and yellowish skin are also thought to be manifestations of digitoxicity
Nona, it's not just the sunflowers, it's the whole family of Asteracea.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asteraceae
I have a Bachelor in Environmental Sciences with a Biology emphasis and it blew my mind to learn that. We had to learn how to determine different plant species. The outer petals are practically only decoration (for the bees, butterflies, beetles, etc).
You walk all those years thinking, oh what a nice flower, when in fact it's an assortment of little flower in one head.
Also, breeding is genetic engineering but with more steps and it stays on the same family, genus or species, depending on if you can reproduce viable offsprings.
File: 1656205696110.jpg (85.68 KB, 1000x975, 35xnxdu2c8_Cassowary_black_WWf…)
Exactly! I love this fact. Sometimes I'll look at a bird and go "hehe what a silly little dinosaur".>>1240554
Kek. Never gets old.
File: 1656282909837.jpg (51.58 KB, 1379x791, 7719452e2ab73ffd349c7a63a91449…)
I just learned that thing on the left is a tree not a giant castle kek Did you go to that Van Gogh experience exhibit too nona?
File: 1656524716101.jpg (41.35 KB, 396x567, raven-pastel.JPG)
Probably a programming mistake tbh. Microsoft is far from perfect. And in my worthless, programming n00b opinion, since their software is not free and open source, it makes it harder to spot these little inconsistencies or bugs and fix them. That's why Windows 7 had a thousand fucking updates that fixed bugs from previous patches that fixed other bugs. It's a damn mess.>>1245112
Yes! They're really intelligent, smart animals are fascinating.
Semi-related, but I've only seen a raven (part of the Corvus
genus) once, at the zoo. It was massive, I had no idea ravens were that big.
File: 1656530111791.jpg (141.1 KB, 1000x667, blue jay 2 eric begin.jpg)
Nice, I don't think I've ever seen a raven, I live someplace pretty hot and they prefer colder climates. Lots of crows though, I think I even see more crows in the urban areas than I do in the country. A lot of people don't know that blue jays are actually part of the corvid family as well!
>>1245368>A lot of people don't know that blue jays are actually part of the corvid family as well!
AYRT, I actually learned that today, too, while looking up info to make my post accurate lol. It's not only crows/ravens that are really intelligent, but other birds in the Corvidae
family (the genus Corvus
is a sub-group within it, for those who are confused) are also pretty smart.
There are also birds that aren't Corvids or parrots that can talk, such as starlings, vid related.
File: 1656844183108.png (497.22 KB, 567x430, ed5.png)
The "homophobic dog" from the memes is called Whitney Chewston and her owners are a gay couple. Was it an intentional choice to turn a gay couple's dog into an supposedly ironic homophobic meme or did someone just see the cute funny dog and thought the juxtaposition of the cute dog and supposedly ironic homophobia was funny?
wtf i never noticed?! i watched an episode the other day where bob talked to another character also voiced by bob's va and i thought it was weird, but jfc. now that you said that, i can totally hear bob when jimmy jr talks. what the fuck nonny
, you just blew my fucking mind?!
File: 1656863741706.png (770.08 KB, 720x600, 8e2.png)
it's because they don't use them ironically.
File: 1657050431007.jpg (24.49 KB, 333x500, rock cairn.jpg)
Today I learned that some people feel very, very passionately about rock cairns and despise them. I understand not disturbing trail markers or confusing people if it's that type of system, but I came across a whole thread of people seething at the very existence of them for "disturbing the environment and causing erosion" and possibly hurting animals? I never thought it was such a big deal to people. It's like how I thought grave rubbing was just a cute hobby and apparently it makes people seethe since it can damage the graves or something? I never would've even thought to give a fuck
File: 1657103022611.png (3.6 MB, 1821x2089, rocks.png)
Oh lmao I looked into it a tiny bit and while SOME arguments I can understand, I really hope no one is seething at cute, small rock cairns like the one you posted. I definitely not get how they can be culturally insensitive but it may be an american thing so IDK
I thought raucous was an adjective and ruckus was a (possibly bastardized verson of raucous) noun, an honorary real word like "aint">>1252765
ntayrt that does look obnoxious, people really can't bear to not write 'x was here' or pee on things in some fashion. 30 seconds ago I didnt know people did this now I'm pissed
File: 1657314312042.jpg (314.39 KB, 1024x683, 48042161687_608d8e7fca_b.jpg)
Actually got lost because someone tourists
had built a cairn. What was supposed to be a 2 hour hike became a 5 hour hike one, we were in the highlands and cairns were well spaced out meaning that if it was very foggy out we couldn't see the next cairn clearly which it was when we went out hiking but it wasn't a big deal as you can always see the direction it's going however we had the shittest luck that day and it was windy and raining to boot. See Tourist
cairn, go in that direction and get immediately lost as we try to search for the next cairn. We were just lucky that one of us had a GPS however we didn't realize that we were lost until too late.>>1255366
The cairns that we have in my country is like picrl and in various sizes although it's often half the size and have been there over 100 years not being knocked over in extreme winds over years
File: 1657727286281.jpeg (22.14 KB, 500x500, af6a0a45-f45a-4d47-b82d-c1c22b…)
TIL there was a ferret webkinz and I'm mad I didn't get one
File: 1657728352678.png (245.64 KB, 850x509, Screen-capture-of-Webkinzcom.p…)
I mean… it might cost a lot secondhand, but the game is still online. I've been playing on-and-off for the past 14 years and can confirm they continue to update it pretty frequently. Most of the playerbase is adults, so its much more chill nowadays
File: 1657910460161.jpg (64.74 KB, 500x304, lost-my-earrings359.jpg)
I don't get that argument; I've hiked in Asia and they do it there all the time too. It just seems like a fun pastime for hikers to stop and pile. I wish turbosperg put their energy towards things that matter for once.
Nooo you don't understand, never washing your fat scrote buttfloss means you get good luck!
File: 1658301081812.jpg (34.8 KB, 500x375, General Jinjur.jpg)
the series is honestly pretty based, every male character plays a minor role and all the important characters are women and none of them ever sexualized, its honestly surprising that a man in the 19th century could write such a book, but his mom was one of OG suffrages, so that likely a big role in his views
File: 1658306700139.png (21.1 KB, 444x333, FYGIYsGUcAA9v79.png)
the series was really fucking based, like in another one of his books(set in the same Oz universe) Queen Zixi of Ix you have this badass warrior with queen who lives fighting strong men and making them part of her army, and later scolds a girl for wanting to be a boy
I think that I might re-read some of them again, now that you're bringing all of this back. I didn't get to some of his other works surrounding the Oz universe, but have a green hardcover of them that I bought over 15 years ago now. Check out Ruth Plumly Thompson if you get a chance. She expanded heavily on the universe and gave it a very similar energy.
In an effort to stay on topic: TIL that retinoids can have an effect on common warts. https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamadermatology/fullarticle/478655
File: 1658339234223.jpg (Spoiler Image, 95.48 KB, 1280x768, wutwut.jpg)
Looked it up to check if that's the main voice I knew meowth by and it is. The croaky gay voice, suited meowth well.
File: 1658810826939.gif (1.55 MB, 245x167, anigif_sub-buzz-14452-15277770…)
I thought that heme iron was only found in animal products, but TIL it's in soybean
sage for obvious ot
in the uk they are a problem as people are pulling stones out of ancient ruins like hadrians wall to build them
these stone were untouched for nearly 2000 years and someone yanked them out to build a cairn
some are pulling them from neolithic dolmens which have been unmoved for as far back as 6,000 years
File: 1659049082889.png (86.06 KB, 673x166, earwax.PNG)
Cats love human earwax
Meh. These don't really bother me. I've eaten them without washing the fruit and I'm still (mostly) alive. The real fucking horror was learning about the cherry maggots
from other anons
I've always just given my berries a good rinse, but maybe I'll start soaking them. >>1281549
Oh yeah, if you ever eat a cherry that tastes off compared to the other ones then it's probably a cherry with a maggot in it.
The risk with tracking ovulation is that tracking it is never 100% accurate, so I get why people would rather preach you can get always pregnant.
Although knowing couples often taken months to conveive, makes me wonder why not more people put 1 and 1 together.
File: 1659107764036.jpg (22.26 KB, 500x222, anons favorite snack.jpg)
Yes anon, because not wanting to knowingly eat bugs is "prissy" and "sensitive". Of course if you eat stuff from nature it's impossible to 100% prevent bugs but wanting to get rid of them if you can isn't sensitive, it just means you don't want to eat bugs.
Bugs have many health benefits and eating them is good for the environment. In some cultures they are a delicacy (example: mopane worms). And those candies prove my point. They are common snacks for children.
Many are hesitant to try eating bugs. I make crackers using cricket flour and juice pulp. It was tough to convince others to try them, but once they did, they were amazed at the flavor.
(Sorry, I had to repost for anonymity.)
The bug discussion reminded me - EVERY food you eat contains parts of bugs. I work in food production, and am currently pursuing a degree in food chemistry. In bakery school I wrote a thing about pests and bugs in food production and storage, and had to read a book about it. Quite disgusting, but unavoidable.https://www.greenqueen.com.hk/your-chocolate-bar-probably-contains-cockroach-parts-yes-its-true/>Did you know that your average chocolate bar probably contains insect parts? According to the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), anything less than 60 insect pieces per 100 grams of chocolate – around two typical bars of store-bought chocolate – is deemed safe for public consumption. https://edition.cnn.com/2019/10/04/health/insect-rodent-filth-in-food-wellness/index.html>Shocking "filth" legally allowed in your food – Did you know there can be 450 insect parts and nine rodent hairs in every 16 oz. box of spaghetti?
There's no way to get rid of all the creatures that might hitch a ride along the food processing chain, but the US Food and Drug Administration has set some food defects standards to keep them to a minimum.
(Oh my god third repost I am sorry)
File: 1660025048472.jpg (275.94 KB, 1200x1799, f33e0f61c3af0a23049c083f80614c…)
If your air filter is 13 MERV it will decrease the efficiency of your ac due to thickness costing more and can lead to frozen ac until fixed. Learned the hard way wanting to buy my ac the best filter..
File: 1660361151002.jpeg (117.78 KB, 700x1052, 4J5OFGG3YJGZBDYWCDX2VHYXNA.jpe…)
TIL crossing guards are called lollipop man/lady in the UK. Britbongs are so cute.
File: 1660476025688.jpg (154.5 KB, 1424x1440, ac9cab5166c567c0eb97cc11fb9871…)
This guy shares a Japanese voice actor…
File: 1660534157271.jpg (70.27 KB, 923x1018, EyGYMZ7XEAoC0gi.jpg)
These are our chin muscles. When you frown really hard and get that wrinkly look on your chin, this is why.
Spoiler this next time don't make me post the pic of the hairy frogs
File: 1661044491004.jpg (Spoiler Image, 42.01 KB, 600x415, Trichobatrachus-robustus-NHM-L…)
I will sneak into your house tonight and break my own bones to stab you with don't test me
File: 1661616854614.png (62 KB, 649x900, germanmotherofwoes.PNG)
please gib link, not finding anything
File: 1662923844936.jpg (249.43 KB, 1186x1500, naval-academy.jpg)
TIL Jimmy Carter is still fucking alive
File: 1663205752264.jpeg (14.07 KB, 216x234, 474hgx1).jpeg)
ANONS if you own one of these you can screw off the two stick lids for the glass scent holder and just put room spray in that's similar. Room spray costs 3-6 and it's a whole bottle you can keep refilling in these. I dont know for oil and I do think you would want to match scents like clean linen with a refillable flower scent or cinnamon og container with refillable winter spray but my god it works. My place smells amazing right now.
NTA but not all of us have windows nonnie
, I have a studio and 4 cats, It's not always suitable.
>>1340439>can protect again getting HIV, penile cancer progression
These have been debunked as mere correlations.
If you remove the "hygiene" aspect, i.e. minimal expectations about basic personal hygiene (obviously too high for the average anime con attendee), then the only tangible difference to FGM is that you can make immense profits from baby foreskins.
File: 1663222364792.jpeg (69.78 KB, 720x834, A5B2F3DE-9E66-4214-9F5F-0DCF1B…)
Please just be retarded. FGM is done to young girls and young women as a form of punishment and to keep them “virgins for their husbands”. Circumcising is done for health purposes because moids are brain dead and can’t clean themselves so they need to have a piece of their dicks surgically removed. Or its done because of religious purposes, most of which are patriarchal so its their fault through and through.
File: 1663228292963.jpeg (180.35 KB, 1188x1164, 46F81A6F-46EA-4D6D-88AB-DEEC87…)
ayrt of course theres exceptions with different areas having different standards of cleanliness. I envy you anon, here in the US or more so the south, it could seen as weird or gay to clean yourself by any means. I’ve met women who even hold the same standards of not going near their genitalia because it isn’t very christian/catholic of them. I’ve had exes where most of their friend groups were filled with moids that scoffed at the idea of even wiping your ass with baby wipes because they were too scared to go near their asshole. American moids are dirty and thats why most of them are cut no matter what.
The arguments for FGM and MGM boil down to "it's been done to me so it must be done to my next-of-kind", masquerading as "tradition" or "religion".
If you break the cycle in one generation it will stop perpetuating onto the following generations, both for girls and boys.
If genial mutilation would be done for health or hygiene purposes we would also pull out our teeth because dentures are easier to clean and can be kept as white as the smile of an American politician.>>1340490
Just imagine what would be done if genital skins of little girls could be marketed as well, it could combine sex tourism, pedophilia and general exploitation of the third world into a single business!
no they havent, scrote>protective against penile cancer progression bc penile cancer is asymptomatic, there is no pain, and having a foreskin can actually prevent it from being noticed as soon as it would be on a circumcised individual>you literally cannot get paraphimosis or phimosis if you dont have a fucking foreskin>HIV protective effects have not been debunked https://aidsrestherapy.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12981-017-0167-6
im not jumping around with excitement about circumcision like id probably not want to have it done on my kid but you have provided proof to how riled up men get, its fun to stir the pot with you all
Oh shit girls quick, let's all cut off our boobs because then we won't get breast cancer and let's get all of our teeth removed so we won't have to clean them! Actually since there can be buildup in between the labias let's all get surgery to have them removed too.
We really live in a world where people would rather mutilate a baby than learn to put soap and water on their bodies. This is fucking insane.
File: 1663719400949.jpg (68.46 KB, 488x488, GUEST_b0467189-0fa4-41b9-92f7-…)
You're not supposed to microwave these
File: 1663786790867.jpeg (66.56 KB, 482x612, 02CFA899-0E45-4B85-9A65-23C79C…)
I thought New England was a state in the US but TIL it’s actually a region
File: 1663810543272.jpg (229 KB, 2012x607, photos.jpg)
These photos of Nicki and Rihanna are fake
File: 1666893655572.png (12.7 KB, 1030x686, IE-is-Dead-01-1030x686.png)
today i learned about the dead internet theory. Kinda late i know but i took my time to dig as much information as i could
File: 1667234221549.jpg (35.66 KB, 622x566, 9f371d88505c0f8e0a536dbfae369f…)
I learned that entering "before:2009" (or any other year) in front of a search term on youtube actually gives you videos before that year.
I've been watching vids of my old neighborhood before they changed absolutely everything and I'm both delighted and heartbroken.
File: 1667234580179.jpg (80.34 KB, 1280x720, hq720.jpg)
anon, i love you, i thought this only worked for gmail and google
File: 1669664356380.png (30.95 KB, 938x230, dolly.PNG)
Why Dolly the sheep was called Dolly
File: 1670937927232.jpg (921.68 KB, 3024x4032, 69ee65bbcfe019aa049508e18aca3f…)
Ikea tables look like this inside??
These things give !everything! cancer. If your house is stanky then find a different solution.>>1281567
I know this post is from 4 months ago but it's crazy how few women know this. Cycle tracking is part of how women managed to not constantly have babies for the generations predating condoms and pills! It's all a big scam to push hormones and garbage on us. Ever think about what happens to the estrogen and other crap that passes through your body from those pills? What other effects they have on your body by stopping it's natural processes?
I've been having sex without contraception when I'm not ovulating for over a year regularly and have not gotten pregnant. Women don't need pills, plastic rings up our privates, or fucking implants to not get pregnant. Literally just keep track of your body.
File: 1671032797559.png (29.52 KB, 965x227, snakes.PNG)
Based female snakes have clitorises.
>This study is the first complete description of the clitoris (hemiclitores) in female snakes. We describe morphological variation in size and shape (n = 9 species, 4 families) that is potentially comparable to the male intromittent organs in squamate reptiles (hemipenes).
>Histology of the hemiclitores in Australian death adders (Acanthophis antarcticus) showed erectile tissue and strands/bundles of nerves, but no spines (as is found in male hemipenes). These histological features suggest the snake hemiclitores have functional significance in mating and definitively show that the hemiclitores are not underdeveloped hemipenes or scent glands, which have been erroneously indicated in other studies.
The general population is unable to do this. Either they are too stupid to follow the simple rules or they're too stupid to count. That's why it only has a failure rate of 2% when used properly, but the failure rate is considered to be 24% when used by the general population.
But yeah, if you're smart enough and have enough self control, it's fantastic and I highly recommend it. I've used a combination of standard days rhythm method and pulling out for two boyfriend and ten years and have had zero pregnancies. Not putting artificial hormones in your body for male pleasure is the best.
A lot of young couples also don’t realize that you shouldn’t have multiple rounds of sex in the same 12 hour period. Sperm can live up to 48 hours after a man cums in his urinary tract. If you have two rounds with leftover sperm in the urinary tract you can get pregnant, that’s where most “precum” babies actually come from.
If your boyfriend touches himself in the morning. No sex that night.
NTA but I've had an abnormal period for the first 8 years of my sex life and even still I've been able track when I'll have my period. It may seem abnormal, but there's still a cycle. I used to have a 55 day cycle, but as of recently it's about 33 days. There's a couple period trackers out there that can help keep track of it all, including predicting the next one based on when you report the first and last day of your period.>>1445562
Are men also too retarded to not cum inside their partner?
Any time I tell someone I'm not on birth control, they're in shock, and go "You better be ready for that baby", I've heard this warning for years. I'm smart enough not to let that happen, kek.
Nope. I donated eggs and have a couple of children. Nice seethe though.>>1445601
Period trackers sell your information, so if you live in state/country where abortion is illegal, don't use them as they can be used against you in court. I use a paper calendar.>>1445617
I've never seen any reputable source that said 9% with proper use, but like I said, this method is not for stupid people.
I no longer believe in false humility, I'm pretty great and I love myself. I have taken this thread off course though, so even though I'm saging, I'll offer these fun facts in return:
Pig orgasms can last up to fifteen minutes and the males have a corkscrew penis.
Cyclopia is when there is a faulty division of the symmetry of the face and so children are born with one eye in the middle of their face. They also have a weird little trunk thing above their eye. By the way, it's usually caused by The Sonic Hedgehog gene regulator.
During a dog's heat, while there is usually blood discharge, this is not what we know as a period. The hormonal changes in the dog's body are so strong and sudden, that it causes the capillaries in the vagina to burst, leading to the blood we see.
The thing that gets me is>don't use hormonal bc because it could potentially be harmful and disturbs the natural cycle>goes and donates eggs, a procedure that involves a huge dose of external hormones, and can lead to serious complications
It's either a larp or she's very retarded
I totally forgot about that part, anon.
You're definitely right and I actually doubt she'd be able to donate an egg if she has that big of an issue with her periods.
Even if she could, why would she take such huge amount of hormones just to give eggs to random couples but refuse to use hormonal birth control to make sure she won't need an abortion? She probably is infertile and made that part up.
>>1449568>It's either a larp or she's very retarded
I think it's a larp, they use the exact same typing style and insults, same exact paranoia about how everything "sells their information", and then just calls women "too stupid" for everything kek. They seethed about SIDS in the baby thread when women were praising the owlet because it "sold their information", then a preemie mother said she liked it because it helps ease anxiety about SIDS and keeps track of heart rate + oxygen in case of emergencies and doesn't give a fuck about "selling information" then she proceeded to call women who have had babies with SIDS too stupid to follow safe sleeping and when someone else pointed out that SIDS have happened out of people's control she acted dumb as if she doesn't understand how monitoring heart rate and oxygen and knowing how to react during an emergency can help save a babies life.
They said a few other dumb shit but id suggest going to the thread since they frequent there
File: 1672438775505.jpg (18.7 KB, 640x480, A4UB_1304926482832724469j2qlFK…)
TIL wire cords are sometimes gendered and that possibly implies, despite it's obvious objectification, there are gay bottom cords and you won't even know it
File: 1672459034609.jpg (133.34 KB, 1600x1156, repair-damaged-telephone-wire-…)
do you realize that you're a cord? go back to your designated outlet you slutface
File: 1672596078462.jpg (2.35 MB, 5404x2560, raos.jpg)
It seems like everyone knew this but me, but I just realized the Rao's sauce is from this restaurant.
File: 1677104657399.jpg (453.87 KB, 600x762, fried-pickles-tablefortwoblog-…)
that fried pickles are a thing. what the heck??? i love pickles, and i love fried food! i'm going to need to make this, tomorrow!
just post this while im having period cravings. Ugh
File: 1677106833546.jpeg (557.94 KB, 3000x3000, 91afecaf-94fe-4426-bd74-4fdc3b…)
Bought a pack of these bitches two days ago, craving one right now
It's okay nonny
, this thread needed reviving anyway
File: 1680289895334.jpg (72.67 KB, 1024x640, po_box.jpg)
Today I learned that the po box won't accept mail and packages that doesn't have matching names or the person's/family's last name under it. Currently I've been dealing with a couple of Ebay packages that kept being returned back for a month now because I used an alias name. It's a pain in the ass to resolve this.
Where do you live?
I'm in America and I've never had a problem using my PO box for anything I want, including receiving packages for my business that don't have my name on it. The clerk told me that as long as the address is correct, they will deliver it and deal with any lost mail claims if it happens to end up in the wrong place.
File: 1680326165473.png (86.24 KB, 661x573, name.png)
The band name "Joy Division" comes from Nazi camps that had Jewish female sex slaves
Lol I already knew this. It kinda ruined my perception of the whole band. I thought joy division was just a fun innocent creative name that the band members made but nope scrotes have to perverse everything>>1538263
Reading this makes me sorta feel better.
File: 1682917814068.jpg (142.41 KB, 528x799, Tumblr_l_687670011187422.jpg)
I feel like someone's gonna be like, "nonnie, how did you not know", but I just found out that this pic of Marilyn Monroe and JFK is fake. I've been seeing it for soooo long. It's by Alison Jackson, who makes satirical celebrity edits.
File: 1682917944565.jpeg (46.18 KB, 1000x745, image-asset.jpeg)
Samefag, Princess Diana flipping the bird
File: 1684414251298.jpg (115.19 KB, 850x686, Bashkir-Curly-Horse.jpg)
Today I learned curly horses exist, and that they really freak me out.
File: 1684416260874.jpg (82.12 KB, 667x500, x4GrE.jpg)
lol i was surprised when i found out about them too. i'm not a horse girl but my sister is so in my mind all the weird horses get categorized into one bucket, like these ones dubbed "the most beautiful horses in the world". (Golden Akhal Teke?)
idk they just make me think of condensed milk in horse form.
File: 1684614867993.jpeg (180.8 KB, 1535x1936, 4B425A73-70AA-4B8D-B565-5111E3…)
File: 1685084328703.jpg (1.37 MB, 4032x3024, 20230526_024409.jpg)
Lick my sweet pussy
File: 1685085784685.jpg (56.56 KB, 678x444, impeccable.jpg)
today I learned that Bobby Farrell, the front man for the musical group 'Boney M', known for the timeless banger 'Rasputin', died on the same day, and in the same city as Rasputin himself. December 30th, St Petersburg Russia.
File: 1685086942708.jpg (1.42 MB, 4032x3024, 168508700667268898631216731388…)
File: 1685102528487.jpeg (1.22 MB, 1955x3406, IMG_9056.jpeg)
TIL that chordates can possess spiracles too. I was looking at a resting nurse shark at an aquarium and asked if this species used ram ventilation like other sharks, and was told that all sharks possess ram ventilation, however, they are able to rest due to them possessing spiracles along the body that can directly take in oxygen while they rest or feed. Very interesting. Pic related; the spiracles are just visible as tiny light spots along the shark's body.
File: 1685107710866.jpg (94 KB, 800x1200, 324860_2200-800x1200.jpg)
>Althaea is a genus of herbaceous perennial plants native to Europe, North Africa and western Asia. It includes Althaea officinalis, also known as the marshmallow plant, whence the fluffy confection got its name
File: 1685129887352.png (26.01 KB, 638x324, poll.png)
In a 1943 US poll 78% supported drafting single women for non-fighting jobs instead of married men
File: 1685301523057.jpg (440.29 KB, 1908x1146, 44B5704700000578-0-image-a-11_…)
There are octopus cities called Octopolis and Octolantis. Sorry for the incoming long post, I find this interesting.
>Octopolis and Octlantis are two separate non-human underwater settlements built by the gloomy octopuses in Jervis Bay, east Australia. The first settlement, named Octopolis by biologists, was found in 2009. The individual structures in Octopolis consist of burrows around a piece of scrap metal. In 2016, a second settlement was found, named Octlantis, observed over eight days to have ten to fifteen octopuses. Instead of burrows, Octlantis has dens and is built with seashells.
>Marine biologists once thought they inhabited the subtropical waters off eastern Australia and northern New Zealand in solitude, meeting only to mate, once a year. But now there’s proof these cephalopods sometimes hang out in small cities. 15 gloomy octopuses congregating, communicating, dwelling together, and even evicting each other from dens at a site the scientists named “Octlantis.
>The discovery was a surprise, Scheel told Quartz. “These behaviors are the product of natural selection, and may be remarkably similar to vertebrate complex social behavior. This suggests that when the right conditions occur, evolution may produce very similar outcomes in diverse groups of organisms.”
At least one other gloomy octopus site was found recently, though; it was discovered in 2009, not far away in Jervis Bay, and named Octopolis. At that time it was considered a total anomaly. Researchers believed that the cephalopods gathered there because an unidentifiable human object happened to have formed a central point that the cephalopods surrounded with dens. The unknown artifact was a single object about 30 cm long, heavily encrusted, possibly made of metal. The site has been observed for seven years now, and at any given time, there are somewhere between two and 16 octopuses there. In Octlantis, however, there is no similarly mystifying human object to explain the gloomy octopus congregation.
>The likely explanation, said Stephanie Chancellor, is that in both Octopolis and Octlantis there were several seafloor rock outcroppings dotting otherwise flat and featureless areas. “In addition to the rock outcroppings, octopuses who had been inhabiting the area had built up piles of shells left over from creatures they ate, most notably clams and scallops. These shell piles, or middens, were further sculpted to create dens, making these octopuses true environmental engineers,” she said.
>Like any urban environment, Otocopolis and Octlantis can be tough places to live. Citizens must be scrappy. The company and food are abundant but all the activity in the cities also attracts predators, including sharks. There's also a lot of aggression apparently, although the researchers can’t yet explain why. Gloomy octopus males seem to spend a great deal of time chasing each other out of dens. Scheel is hesitant to speculate about what exactly this behavior means. “We are still studying this,” he said.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octopolis_and_Octlantishttps://qz.com/1077632/octlantis-is-a-just-discovered-underwater-city-engineered-by-octopuses
File: 1685301754938.jpg (72.9 KB, 800x400, Untitled-design-2020-06-05T095…)
Samefag, this is a gloomy octopus. Apparently they're called that because their eyes look sad or something.
File: 1685308971697.jpg (58.14 KB, 762x720, lbwuonmxmc441.jpg)
maybe they're gloomy about ocean acidification
File: 1685420059492.jpg (44.42 KB, 570x456, il_570xN.4311806606_jdez.jpg)
I learned why James Gurney and Kaida Yuji are as obscure with their work as they are:
Michelangelo had it EASY with the Sissy chapel compared to the commitment you have to go through to copy their techniques.
File: 1685729336512.jpg (605.38 KB, 2000x2096, Marie_Callender's.jpg)
Marie Callenders is a fucking restaurant
File: 1687725139739.jpg (103.15 KB, 736x919, 89bf5fa7e53f163cb5c859d9a3eb42…)
The 'inu' in Shiba Inu means dog. They named the dogs dog.
Doesn’t everything at this point? You can pry my Topo Chicos from my cold dead hands.>>1617438
Part of why I wore vinyl gloves as a cashier. It was shocking that nobody else would wear gloves to protect themselves from receipt paper and all the other nasty shit we handled. always ask for receipt in the bag and just try not to handle them much as a consumer.
File: 1687762010646.jpeg (74.67 KB, 828x610, flatten.jpeg)
White castle has hamburger pizza rolls
File: 1688680255176.jpg (99.81 KB, 736x736, 03d7c6f7ce903e6ccd070dfc8fd97d…)
Grumpy cat is fucking dead
File: 1689199183137.png (53.11 KB, 858x201, serotonin.png)
Phytoestrogens (yes, the ones found in soy and other legumes) are actually quite good for you. They promote weight loss, reduce chances of breast/endometrial cancers. They bind to estrogen receptors and actually reduce
your estrogen levels (contrary to popular belief) by inhibiting aromatase (inhibiting the conversion of testosterone to estrogens).https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6390141/
File: 1689246172389.jpeg (222.49 KB, 1954x1466, CB121FBF-FB3E-4CD9-8F91-D629EC…)
File: 1689799304567.jpg (59.39 KB, 1280x1024, wakame paradise.jpg)
Wakame sake is when you drink sake from someone's crotch
I want to try these but >>1618078
is discouraging me
File: 1691609981017.jpg (54.65 KB, 767x575, medium_Composite-Vs-Silver-Ama…)
TIL the reason why it hurts when aluminum is on my teeth it's having a reaction with the metal fillings I have. It's making an electric current, like a battery.
File: 1691610590994.jpg (18.64 KB, 474x355, autism.jpg)
the first person diagnosed with autism died like a month ago on the 15th of June RIP
File: 1691680711260.jpg (80.88 KB, 564x816, c64763ce897ec8c520462d67123763…)
today i learned that i'm gay
File: 1691681683669.jpg (21.2 KB, 320x320, cc566abdeeb45868896c0db8acf468…)
I know nonny
, I know
eat pussy? Don't look outward, look inward.
File: 1692125092201.jpg (262.51 KB, 1200x1800, Extra Cheesy Korean Buldak Ram…)
TIL the reason why so much Korean food always has either mozzarella or American cheese is because Koreans dislike the pungent flavors of most cheese, so they prefer more mild flavors. The sweetness of American cheese also probably helps because their food is so spicy. I've actually heard that it's hard to find completely savory foods in Korean, even breads are usually sweet.
Original TIL elevator thing nonna here.
I mean maybe it's depending on where the elevator is built in Germany if before the fall of the wall or not, and on which side of the wall.
I'm in Eastern Germany, there used to be a buncha infrastructure shit here like the highway exits being at a 90 degrees angle (so much so that even with the infrastructure correction it still sucks to drive out of the highway here), so it would not surprise me if you stayed in an elevator from here, that the machinery behind the lift would be dangerous.
File: 1693757226778.jpg (146.34 KB, 1860x1200, grated-block-parmesan1.jpg)
That some cheeses (like Parmesan) are still made with rennin from baby cows and not one made with bacteria, so they are not suitable for vegetarians!!
File: 1693855014580.jpg (360.1 KB, 1600x1066, 81DXI 1WcLL.jpg)
Date seeds have a buttcrack.
File: 1693874260453.gif (Spoiler Image, 919.23 KB, 350x237, AMcoZDw.gif)
Barnacles have little things inside that poke out. Whenever I've seen a barnacle in motion, it was always stationary so I have never known this. Some gifs I saw while searching this up made my skin crawl, so I'm spoilering.
File: 1693874303570.gif (Spoiler Image, 9.62 MB, 480x270, aQuZW3.gif)
Another gif. Freaky.
File: 1694356730154.png (658.55 KB, 1400x1400, 000128298-5.png)
Coffee creamers don't have any dairy and a majority of the ingredients is water and oil. I'm not the healthiest person, but I'm just gonna start making my own.
File: 1694357485429.jpg (401.2 KB, 1600x898, l-intro-1684431101.jpg)
Yes, they're both flavored and sweetened. I like them for the flavor and cause I usually like a lot of milk in my coffee. We also have tiny pods of creamer. I guess I'm gonna switch over to regular coffee syrups and half and half though.