yesterday he sprouted a tail, and while making out with my dad, he stung him in the you know where! but the odd thing is, while me and my best friend were hanging out, he came in and actually morphed into a full fledged scorpion! help!
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What are some things I can do after getting the fygg in the Desert? I’m level 28. By things, I mean other fyggs (side quests aren’t needed but accepted). And where the Hell is that damn key for the jail cell past the magic door beneath Queen Voluptua’s private bath? I’m a fiend for treasure……….homie.
Posted in Queen Rearing
Tagged care, Cell, desert, Dragon, dragon quest, fiend, fygg, Hell, homie, jail, jail cell, level, level 28, private bath, queen, Queen Voluptua, quest, side, voluptua
ok I’m not talking global warming, I know plenty about that, but this year has been very strange…snow in the desert, heat waves in new york, bees are dying, ants are already every where and the toads are here 3 months early! is it weird where you are too?
I know enough about global warming to know that this is not a long term cycle but short term, long term is global warming, so no I did not just decribe global warming for the first person who answered.
not media related at all this is just my own experience living in a desert talking
Posted in Colony Collapse Disorder
Tagged ants, bees, desert, desert heat, Global Warming, heat, heat waves, plenty, snow, toads, warming, weather, weird weather, Year, york
I have a 4 year old Pitbull named Duke. I rescued him in the middle of the desert in Arizona and have been training him ever since. A about a month ago I noticed a small bump on his head next to his right ear and thought maybe he just got stung by a bee or wasp and it would heal up…Well…it hasn’t and now I’m starting to worry. By myself I am unable to take him to the vet because I can’t afford the cost. I’ve been sick with an incurable disease for 5 years now that has limited me to working only 1 day a week. Duke is not just a Dog to me, he is my companion and I don’t want anything to happen to him. He has been here with me through my worst and is my best friend. I have included some pictures so you all can see what I am talking about. The bump has a hard center and soft sides. Its a little smaller than a dime. His mood and diet are normal although he does eat the leafs off one of our trees outback since we don’t have grass which tells me he is nauseated. If anyone knows of any programs to help owners pay for vet bills please list information. Thank you
Posted in Disease and Pests
Tagged best friend, bump on, companion, desert, diet, duke, grass, incurable disease, leafs, outback, pitbull, soft sides, Trees, vet bills, wasp