I have literally run out of steam. It’s gone. I have been revising since EASTER and doing a solid 5+ hours a day since the beginning of May and am now completely resigned to my fate.
AND I HAVE AT LEAST ANOTHER WEEK TO GO.
This is the first TV show I’ve watched which makes me want to just rub my eyes all over the screen.
here we are, a bunch of psychopaths helping each other out.
"I was worried you were dead"
Blue, I think.
What would be the point of the pink pill if touching them again makes them not love you again
Green without a doubt.
Green or grey….
Yellow, blue or orange please. Or red.
Is it bad I’m thinking which would make me the most money…?
Green needs to be more specific - do I retain my understanding of language etc. as an animal? If yes it might be perfect, but I’d probably get myself killed…
I think I’d choose orange because that ability is the best to generate income, which would allow me to fly first class and go most places I want to travel, (so covers blue - plus I’m scared of heights), own whatever animals I wanted etc.
I’m thinking too much about this.
symbolism in Hannibal: deer
Many Native Americans believed deer and other animals with forked horns and antlers represented forked or double nature. The white-tailed deer was thought to be an animal helper, but the dark-tailed deer meant danger.
For the Druids, a deer or hart was also capable of prophecy. Visions often occured in the presence of deer.
I have suffered from endometriosis for the past decade. My doctor had exhausted every treatment option but hysterectomy, but he wanted to send me to a doctor who was would be more aware of whether or not any new treatments had been developed.
The visit with the new doctor began with a drawing of the female reproductive organs. He then started by saying: “these are your ovaries, this is where eggs grow. This is your uterus, this is where the baby grows.” When I told him I knew that (everyone who took high school health knows this), he got angry and yelled at me to be quiet, HE was the doctor, after all.
He then explained endometriosis to me. While I understand that he is the expert and I’m not, I’ve suffered from this condition for ten years, so if your explanation does not contain any information that can’t be found on the wikipedia page for the condition, it’s safe to assume that I, or any long-term sufferer of said condition already knows the information you are presenting.
Then he offered a reinterpretation of his purpose: he was not, as my doctor had suggesting, confirming that everything had been done before something as drastic as hysterectomy, he was going to make sure that I was able to have children someday. I told him that I did not want to have children, that I never have, to which he replied, again practically yelling at me, “That’s what you say you want!”
But surely that’s the point? If that’s what she says she wants, then she wants it. WHY IS THIS SUCH A DIFFICULT CONCEPT FOR DOCTORS AND FAMILY MEMBERS TO GRASP!?
It seems to really only be our generation which can grasp it. My sister does it to my grandma when they’re drunk to wind her up :/
Also doctors just piss me off with their crappy diagnostics - I had this when I went to discuss anti-depressants and my doctor didn’t know how SSRIs worked :/
Also the brief experience I had with cysts was really horrible I absolutely feel for this poor girl to have the thing which could free her from pain denied :(