i think it would be neat if netflix doubled as a dating site like “here are 9 other singles in your area that watched supernatural for 12 straight hours”
please, gabriel, we all know what you were really doing.
most of the lights are out in my kitchen so there’s a spotlight on my fridge
Anonymous asked: September 18th
September 18th is International Dryad Day.
In preparation for the coming autumn, dryads the world over gather in small groups and exchange gossip, share resources, play games, and braid twigs in each other’s hair. Gifts are exchanged, vows are renewed, grievences are forgiven.
Many drayads will have already begun to sport the coming season’s hues of reds and golds, and it is not unknown for fashion contests to be held. Interestingly, some oak trees are evergreen (though not of the evergreen family of trees). Dryads from these green oaks tend to be more reserved and less playful, not especially seeing the need for such frivolity.
Forests rife with oak trees are significantly quieter during these times, as the natural world lays in quiet hush, anticipating the event. Celebrations begin at sunrise and last until sunset. In the (incredibly rare) event you are able to attend, you simply must try the acorn wine.
Curious creature, dryads. Incredibly powerful, magic-rich beings with an intense shyness to humans. Until they see an ax or torch, mind you.
The end of the celebration is marked with a dance to bring luck and prosperity for the coming year.
That’s a strange definition of “world” you’ve got there, if it’s autumn everywhere. Is it the same “world” as used in “World Series”, perhaps? Which actualy just means “America”.
Northern hemisphere privilege. You’re soaking in it.
We disagree with your condemnation and respectfully point out the regions of the world where oak trees grow (overwhelmingly in the Northern Hemisphere).