this is a sad & joyful day. since early august, lothlorien (my luna moth pupa) has been under my protection. i have known him since he was the fattest most cutest caterpillar. over these winter months, i have kept him with tender care, ultimately awaiting his emergence from cocoon-state, so that i could set him free. however, he chose today to hatch, about 2 1/2 months too early. when the adult luna moth leaves its cocoon, it is not ready to fly. its wings are short and stumpy and the insect needs to rest.(pictured here) he must have hatched mid-morning. he is just chilling now, letting his wings fill up with blood. the sad truth is this: luna moths don’t eat; in fact, they don’t even have a mouth. he will only live for about a week, and his sole purpose is to find a mate. </3
tiredstarlings said: lol what an idiot. It’s not sexism it’s dog science!
i should also mention that i threw out there that i watch Caesar Milan so i know better than him, so my argument style could use some work too lol.
but yes, Dog Science is a thing. “I know Doge Science.” what a butt.
"The prince fought valiantly.
He slayed the dragon.
The princess cried for days.
She loved that dragon."