Young Neil has a blog where he reviews video games. He considered making it a YouTube channel, but knew he couldn’t compete with the Angry Video Game Nerd. His blog is not very popular, but he updates it regularly anyway.
neil headcanons are always so cute i’m so happy
be quiet now fruit donkey rainbow dash is talking
Tumblr in a nutshell.
when are anti sjs and truscum going to stop embarrassing themselves with these shitty strawman drawings
hey! My name is Rhiannon (i go by Prince) and im a trans boy who really needs help aaa
School is about to start back up for me and i really dont have any clothing that fits me or isnt feminine n i also dont have a binder
I cant afford to get new clothing or a binder (parents both dont have a job, havent had jobs for a while and i cant get a job since im too young) so it would be really cool if you could check out my wishlist and maybe get me something (!! if you are going to get me something ask for my address off anon please)
even if you cant get me anything i would really appreciate it if you reblogged this! tysm!
- If you do not have chemical goggles, swim goggles will suffice and are easier to keep from confiscation.
- Keep a plastic baggie with a bandana/rag soaking in lemon juice or cider vinegar to take out and breathe through if you encounter tear gas
- Do not wear contact lenses without eye protection in tear gassed areas. You can go blind.
- You can use water, saline, milk, and a mix of Maalox (or other liquid antacids) and water to relieve burning in your eyes and mouth.
- Know your allergies. Tear gasses are derived from different chili peppers.
- Tear gas can aggravate breathing conditions, so bring your inhaler (in a plastic bag so it doesn’t get exposed).
- If you are pregnant exposure to tear gas can result in miscarriages and birth defects. If you are nursing, the toxins can transfer through breast milk.
- Do not swallow, try to spit and cough.
- Wear protective clothing to avoid burns.
- Children, the elderly, the immune-deficient, and the chronically ill are more susceptible to complications due to exposure.
Do not wear contact lenses if you are in a situation where you may be tear-gassed. When I went through basic training, we were warned that there was a possibility the tear gas they were using could melt contact lenses.