Nail buffer. ^_^
Oh goddess. You can’t make avocado egg rolls. Avocado has to be like just the cold side of room temperature at serve. Who the fuck.
Fucking meh. We have this family recipe. I have no idea where it came from (but this is fairly similar so it likely came from the same place this got cribbed from).
I’ve made it for G before. G wants me to make it for her again. And she’s already giving me shit about the nutmeg. WHYYYYY.
It’s frustrating to see actors you love in commercials. Why won’t they pay Maya Rudolph enough to be in movies without needing to do commercials too? Fucking hell.
Bleh. There is not enough wine in this house.
The sad thing about me constantly misspelling shit from Mass Effect is that I went out of my way to have the captions on for the game and I still get it wrong repeatedly.
- Tali: Is it just me or do you die a lot?
- Liara: I have no idea what you're talking about. You die frequently and I haven't died once.
- Tali: Whaaaat? I've never died.
pffffft hahaha woops
I also like that when I use Unity on them, they seem to be pointedly oblivious to the fact that they’ve been resurrected. “Phew! That was a close one. I’m alright now.” I’m pretty sure that’s an on purpose though.
I don’t know if this is a bug or not but every time I die in ME1, it gives me EXP. That I strongly suspect does not roll over when the restore of my previous save file takes place. I would assume it happens when my squadies outlast me (and take some vengeance) but I think they mostly die first.
everyone who likes/ reblogs this by midnight (pacific standard time) tonight (dec. 5) will get a surprise in their submit box. GO FORTH.
The thing will possibly have to do with your URL. Or your posts… Or your theme… Or your icon… Or your SOUL
There’s a scene in ME2 where sexual encounters with aliens are warned about bc they could cause anaphylactic shock and such so that’s why the blowjobs comment xD otherwise yeah i think the food just says stomach cramping!
LOL Apparently, I have a lot to look forward to. XD
Speaking of … are they going to explain why we never seem to see women turians?
I should mention—having read the ME1 thing on Turians quite recently—I’m pretty sure it doesn’t say human food is poisonous to Turians. It just says they don’t get anything out of it and—in some cases—it could basically give them a tummy ache.
Basically, it says they are lactose intolerant, not lactose allergic. Haven’t gotten to ME2/3 yet so no telling if they go down in scientific quality but given that it is science fantasy, their science game is pretty sweet. Planet descriptions and situations? Hell yes. Or maybe that’s just because they seem to have tried and no one else does? lol
A POST ABOUT TURIAN/QUARIAN FOOD AND FLUIDS
Since I have many friends who are huge Mass Effect fans and also filthy, filthy perverts, I had an easy time learning about amino acids in my science classes. Humans (and most organisms) are levo. Garrus and Tali are dextro.*
The game and fandom seem to assume that ingesting the wrong amino acid would be toxic in some way. I also read an essay that said that the other amino acids would taste like sugar.
After years of studying, I have now gotten to the point where I know definitively what would really happen. Humans can and do ingest the other form. You’ve done it. I’ve done it. Absolutely nothing happens.
When we synthesize medicine and other chemicals in the lab, we can’t control which particular molecules in the test tube will go levo and which will go dextro. It’s possible to separate levo from dextro after synthesis, but it’s expensive and pointless. When you take a tylenol, about half of the acetaminophen is dextro, which your body can’t use and you excrete.
As for what Garrus would taste like? Well. Turians evolved from birds. Presumably he would taste like bird jizz.
I have no idea what bird jizz would taste like. You’ll have to find another scientist to answer that for you.
*boring science explanation:
Levo and dextro molecules are mirror images of each other. Like this:
Some bacteria even have some dextro in them, which makes it handy when we want to kill them. We make a dextro drug, so it only hurts a dextro organism, and leaves the human cells alone.