dontstepinmypuddle started following you
Doreen blinked, watching the… man walk up, “Why doesn’t he smell right?” and turned her head to look at a charcoal gray squirrel sitting next to her, “Why doesn’t he smell right?”
The squirrel chittered briefly.
Doreen turned her head back to look at the man as he got closer, “Why don’t you smell right?”
Only to get a sudden loud chittering in her ear.
"Because I rarely bathe. What’s yer excuse, missy." -The man frowns right back at the woman.-
how do you tell the difference between a chemist and a plumber
ask them to pronounce “unionized”
Holy fuck thats clever
It took me 5 minutes to get this
Oh fuck you.
Smart people jokes be like
From these files, I learned about their friends, their lovers and their children; their love of drink, their quick tempers, and their favourite songs. I have seen pictures of their dead faces, and read coroners’ reports about the weight of their lungs, livers and hearts. These women are infinitely more interesting to me than the identity of their killer. Finding out about their poverty, their work and their experiences of injustice and inequality is far more important than their killer’s DNA. They are the real story of the Whitechapel murders. It is time for popular history to think more about them, and less about Jack. — eldritchxion)
Reblogging again to add:
The most famous ripper victim, Mary Jane Kelly, was only 25 years old when she was murdered. She had come to England from Wales only a few years ago, and talked a lot about going back there or to her birthplace of Limerick, Ireland. She was, at the time, living alone in a flat that she could very barely afford rent on after her ex-boyfriend left her and moved out. He left her because Mary Jane Kelly had a lot of homeless friends who were also sex workers whom she let sleep in their house whenever they liked, and her boyfriend (Joseph Barnett) didn’t like that. She was well known for being very quiet and polite while sober; but, when drunk, stumbling all over Whitechapel and belting Irish drinking songs as loud as she could. That, in fact, was what she was doing at 2AM a few hours before she was murdered.
Mary Jane Kelly was a pretty awesome lady. And I honestly think her story and the story of the other victims is the most interesting part of the Ripper murders.
I’ve slept with 50 guys now. I think this means, statistically, I must’ve sucked off at least one vampire, right?
Depends on which kind of vampire setting you’re thinking of!
In the Classic World of Darkness, I am informed that vampire populations range from 1 per 50,000 people to 1 per 100,000 people, depending on location.