Hi. I'm Gil. I like things and things sometimes like back.
Butt is a loving term reserved for the butt in your life, and mine is Izzy.
Meet the blogger!
Rules: Just insert your answers to the questions below. Tag at least 10 followers.
I was tagged by some bitch ass (@underrwaterdreams)
Birthday: november 26
Gender: non binary gender fluid male
Sexuality: monosexual with a concentration in women
Height: 6 ft
Time Zone: Central Time
Current time and date: Sept. 2nd 7:39 am
Average hours of sleep: 4 hrs
The last thing I Googled was: the leaked selfies. It Wasn’t For me, it was for a friend!
My most used phrase(s): bitch
First word that comes to mind: genetics and Evolution
Last thing said to a family member: grunt. To all.
One place that makes me happy and why:the toilet. I like to sit and think thete.
Favorite beverage(s): tea. Hot, cold, sweet, not sweet.
The last movie I watched in the cinema: Guardians of the Galaxy!
Three things I can’t live without: Things? My car. My watches. Money.
Something I plan on learning: How to shoot a gun and getting away with murder.
A piece of advice for all my followers: uh. Don’t procrastinate.
You have to listen to this song: alive with the glory of love, say anything.
I’m tagging no one. This dies with meeeeee
Leaf bug (Phyllium giganteum)
The constant wobbling as they move is a part of their disguise, making it seem as though the “leaf” is only moving because of a light breeze.
If you blow on one it will also shake around in the hopes of matching any actual surrounding leaves
this is a pokemon
Evolution is amazing. It is not what the animal (or plant, in instances) wants, it’s about what it needs, and it is needed because it is ideal for survival in it’s habitat. From it’s exterior likeness of a leaf, to the swaying motions that mimic a leaf in the breeze.. it seems almost too perfect a disguise not to be a conscious decision. But it isn’t. It’s the product of the right hereditary genes being passed down due to the survival of their predecessors, where the ones that were not so keenly disguised by tiny mutations were not fit to survive the predators and conditions of their environment, and the ones that did survive mutated a little more every generation so subtly as to become what they are at present, and to continue to change accordingly in future generations. Life is incredible.