you can take one man’s trash to another man’s treasure but you can’t make it drink
Fun fact: the blending of idioms or cliches is called a malaphor.
My personal favorite is “We’ll burn that bridge when we get to it.”
I looked it up b/c that was a very familiar idiom and how could it be wrong but then
yeah wow that’s spot on perfect
there are just people out there that are the embodiment of the sun like the things they say and do light up the world and make you feel warm they are human sunshine
the great bear rainforest in british columbia is one of the largest coastal temperate rain forests in the world, with twenty five thousand square miles of mist shrouded fjords and densely forested islands that are home to black bears with white fur.
neither albino nor polar bear, these rare black bears (there are fewer than five hundred) are known as kermode bears, or what the gitga’at first nation call mooksgm’ol, the spirit bear — a word no first nations person spoke of to european fur traders lest they be discovered and hunted. to this day, it remains taboo to hunt a spirit bear, or to mention them to outsiders.
the white fur in these bears is triggered by a recessive mutation of the same gene associated with red hair and fair skin in humans. though it remains unclear as to how the trait arose (or disappeared), it is especially pronounced on certain islands, and is known to confer a day time fishing advantage over the black furred bears (consider the first photo).
Stop and read this
Natalie Fletcher (b.1985)
Texas born Oregeon based artist Natalie Fletcher creates amazing landscape body art. After graduated from a painting school in Ashland, Natalie came across an ad for a body painter that she applied. After that job, she realized how much she loved the intereactions and the excitement of painting a human. Natalie’s risk lead her to finding a passion, and this is just the beginning.