I'm assuming their kids are of the turkey baster variety?
It matters not if they where conceived with a roasting applicator or by undercover copper. Their children will one day die too. No one can out run the Grim Reaper, not even a cute little baby.I'm assuming their kids are of the turkey baster variety?
I'm no expert but it feels like some sort of post-partum psychosis.Meet the mothers who are experiencing profound fears about the future of the planet.www.bbc.co.uk
Eco-anxiety is a recently popularised term to describe the overwhelming powerlessness some people say they experience when they think about climate change. For parents, such fears can be particularly acute. BBC News speaks to some of those affected.
'I couldn't sleep and my appetite went'
Sure do. However, you can't just buy one, you need to buy at least 3 or 4. Times that by two or three kids and it adds up.The likes of ASDA Sainsbury etc sell a full school oufit for less than £30.. I know my ma paid a lot more than that back in the 70s for mine!
I've always seen it the other way around.Fascinating creatures but every time I've seen them I've been glad of a sturdy barrier between me and them. They're a bit too human in their behaviour.
If it's giving you trouble try this:
Because it will undoubtedly be driven by a mid-30s blerk called Rob, his bleached blonde wife named Chloe plus 2 sullen kids (boy and girl), one of whom will end up as a crack whore.Why that particular vehicle?
I like Transits: fastest vehicle on the planet.Maybe a white ford transit
Many thanks for your concern: my memory is fine-I've just dipped into my mind palace and there's nary a thing in there about logging into my hands.
Have a read of 'The Naked Ape' by Desmond Morris. Like it or not, you're at least 4 million years worth of chimp with a veneer of human a mere hundred thousand years thick.
[pedantry]Our most recent common ancestor with the chimpanzees was roughly 4 million years ago. The chimpanzees we see today are just as evolved compared to that ancestor as we are. 4 million years of hominid evolution with a few thousand years of culture on top is probably closer[/pedantry]Have a read of 'The Naked Ape' by Desmond Morris. Like it or not, you're at least 4 million years worth of chimp with a veneer of human a mere hundred thousand years thick.
While the genetic difference between individual humans today is minuscule – about 0.1%, on average – study of the same aspects of the chimpanzee genome indicates a difference of about 1.2%. The bonobo (Pan paniscus), which is the close cousin of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), differs from humans to the same degree. The DNA difference with gorillas, another of the African apes, is about 1.6%. Most importantly, chimpanzees, bonobos, andhumans all show this same amount of difference from gorillas. A difference of 3.1% distinguishes us and the African apes from the Asian great ape, the orangutan. How do the monkeys stack up? All of the great apes and humans differ from rhesus monkeys, for example, by about 7% in their DNA.
Dawkins' 'Ancestor's Tale' explains it in far finer detail than my clumsy simplification. Despite the split 4mya we retain many of the ancestor's characteristics. Bones have changed slightly to allow upright walking (spine still needs some work), finer hair, language, higher brain function etc, but dig down through the layers of the brain and we quickly get to Pan Troglodytes' cousin. Some are closer than others but I still enjoy a good grooming and Banana Daiquiris.
Real people don't post pictures of their beverages.Honestly I'm giving up the will to live...
"Traditional cups of tea are falling out of vogue with young people in the UK, according to PG Tips and Lipton owner Unilever. The consumer goods giant has said that Generation Z and millennial consumers much prefer herbal teas and coffees instead".
"People are more likely to post a photo of their iced latte or Unicorn Frappuccino - a viral drink made popular by Starbucks in the US - and share it with their friends, than a standard cup of tea."
"The builder's brew is quite old school, it's not necessarily a brand that anyone associates with being modern anymore," she says.
This explains why gorillas will be able to manufacture firearms and ride horses in the future.While the genetic difference between individual humans today is minuscule – about 0.1%, on average – study of the same aspects of the chimpanzee genome indicates a difference of about 1.2%. The bonobo (Pan paniscus), which is the close cousin of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), differs from humans to the same degree. The DNA difference with gorillas, another of the African apes, is about 1.6%.