what animal are you? : yay im a wolf XDSnakeMore Like This
[x] Physically, you are very flexible. (Somewhat.)
[x] You like to have power or take control in most situations.
[ ] You are a smooth talker.
[ ] You lie a lot.
[ ] You can stretch your mouth very wide.
[x] You intimidate most people. (meh only some)
[x] Most people don't like you.
[x] Your favorite color is green.
[x] You don't have very many friends.
[x] You have more enemies than friends. (i hate like everyone oh my god why is everyone a fuckass?)
[x] You are cunning.
[ ] You like to be alone.(<333 yesss)
[x] You like to feel as free as possible.
[ ] Most people really like you.
[x] You are talkative.
[ ] You feed the ducks when you go to the park.
[x] You have been on an airplane before.
[ ] You would like to fly someday, airplane or not.
[ ] Your favorite color is blue.
[ ] People say that you have a great sense of direction in life.
[ ] You have a lot of friends.
[x] You have picked up a bird's feather and kept it for a long time.
[ ] You like to be part o
The Fairy Tale, A Lifelong ResonanceA thousand years tradition of scaring children at bedtime continues for children of all ages. News of the discovery of 500 “new” fairy tales collected over 150 years ago [link] in Germany and locked away in a forgotten archive has me thinking about the enduring importance of these narrative treasures in the lives of human societies worldwide. My worry, have fairy tales been marginalized by modernism?More Like This
:icontechgnotic: May 30, 2012 by $techgnotic
A Thousand Years Tradition of Scaring Children at Bedtime
Continues for Children of All Ages
News of the discovery of 500 “new” fairy tales collected over 150 years ago in Germany and locked away in a forgotten archive has me thinking about the enduring importance of these narrative treasures in t