The difference between an American figure and a Japanese figure is fucking night and day
Trusting people is becoming hard
Keeping my grades up is becoming hard
Feeling pretty is becoming hard
Thinking happy thoughts is becoming hard
Doing work is becoming hard
Maintaining a friendship is becoming hard
Doing everything is becoming hard and I don’t like it
YOU’RE IN AUSTRALIA
OF COURSE SPIDERS SHOULD BE FEARED
I got bitten by a white-tailed spider when i was seven. There is basically ‘no cure’ for the bite which often gets infected because of bacteria on the spiders fangs. It pretty much eats away at the flesh and its horrible. Thankfully my grandma is a seasoned aussie and put some potion she made on it and it got better. I still to this day have scar about the size of a 5 cent coin on my thigh and when you touch it there’s basically a hole in my leg from where it ate away at my flesh.
moral of the story STAY AWAY FROM AUSTRALIA. IT IS DANGEROUS AND YOU WONT SURVIVE.
Northern slavery during the American Revolution
Thousands (thousands) of runaway slaves during the war fled to British-occupied New York, exactly where the main storyline of this show takes place. It was the British, not the Americans, who promised emancipation to slaves who participated in the war effort.
Even after the Americans won the war — and included an article requiring the return of American “property” in the peace treaty — British commanders basically refused to do it. Guy Carleton, the Commander-in-Chief of British forces in North America, said that breaking the promises made to runaways who had served the army as soldiers and as laborers would be a “dishonourable violation of the public faith” and helped as many as nine thousand refugees get out of a country that was not, for them, the land of freedom.
In a reversal of the conventional story, from the perspective of enslaved men and women the British were the ones fighting for liberty.