Believe it or not, some days ago I was at "a place" and the theme of this rounds photo contest came to my mind so I consequently started to ask myself all softs of questions, ..about the nature of colored toilet paper. Obviously it exists, but the colors seem to be always tender, never blood-red, or brown or black, have you noticed? I then found out that I have another colored roll in the back of my toilet paper stash, besides the normal non-bleached blunt white one. So I had three colors now, which left me no choice but to engage in some terrible toilet paper origami and take some pictures, to explore potential tenderness. My focus was more on the colors, since the texture of the paper didn't convey that much softness and I have to admit, mission accomplished. I didn't develop any photos yet, but played around a little bit (also to see how saturation, shadows, sharpness etc. effect the feel of softness) and yes, colored toilet paper can transmit a certain tenderness, if you ask me.Hmm, what to submit, what to submit...
You should watch one of those videos on YT, where they hunt rats with terriers in big cities. Or by this dude who trains minks and dogs to literally obliterate rats by the dozens on farms, as a means of 'natural' pest control.those are cute but my brain can't handle the fact they're rats.
Thanks for the image! (I spare you a description.)Oh yeah, one of my ex-girlfriends had pink TP and it was kind of disturbing to my manly bunghole!
You should watch one of those videos on YT, where they hunt rats with terriers in big cities. Or by this dude who trains minks and dogs to literally obliterate rats by the dozens on farms, as a means of 'natural' pest control.
As a kid, I spend hours trying to catch my sisters desert jumping mouse when it got free, only to get bit to the bone (and let it escape again of course) when I finally caught it. Traumatized for life, that's why I need drugs but no one believes me. And baboons are freakin scary (I inadvertently learned quite a bit about them, cause I read Robert Sapolsky); they will rip your face off and eat it too with no problem at all! (It's of course only half the story.) I will never confront a baboon or any monkey for that matter, human monkeys excluded.I actually think that rats are kinda cute (and smart). There are only a few critters that really give me the creeps; possums and baboons come to mind!
.. I've known a few rats ..
MsDiz. What a beautiful and inspirational picture. That is so peaceful. It could be a Hallmark card. I love this !!Will start with this I guess... gonna have to have a think about this one....
My son and I during a typical beach walk in the depths of winter.