‘Jadeite Cabbage' (Qing dynasty, 18th-19th century)
Fancy cabbage you got there!
anyway hi + peace be upon u
Basically, any way you read the cards they say that you’re all going to die. The only real mystery is how entertaining that death will be for onlookers. Unfortunately, the detailed versions were taken offline by the original artist, but you can still appreciate the set in its entirety below.the detailed versions
"LOST featured an excellent set of archetypal characters. Realizing this, I created this set of Tarot cards, assigning each character a role and creating an illustration that represented them. The cards were designed to mimic the Dharma Initiative’s characteristically generic design. The black smoke…well, let’s not even get into that."
i got up hella early and had no naps but it still feels really early even tho it’s gonna be dark out soon
this has been a strange waffle of a day
today my islam prof was talkin about commercialization of pilgrimage sites
and he told us about this virgin mary water bottle and literally said “she has this crown thing, it’s cute, and you’d squeeze the crown and water would shoot out”
three people in the classroom laughed longer than that merited at face value and three people in the classroom are roasting in hell come judgment day
Oriental flying gurnard (Dactyloptena orientalis)
Dactyloptena orientalis is a species of marine fish in the family Dactylopteridae. Their name is derived from the French word ‘gurnard’ meaning to grunt, for the grunting sound this fish makes. The oriental flying gurnard can grow to 40 cm (16 in) in length but its common size is about 20 cm (8 in). The Oriental flying gurnard is widespread throughout the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific region including the Red Sea. The pectoral fins are normally held against the body, but when threatened the fins are expanded to startle potential predators which may include sea breams and mackerel. The flying gurnard uses its pelvic fins to walk along the bottom of the ocean.The oriental flying gurnard feeds on small bony fish, bivalves, and crustaceans.