Yes of course!
Come follow me there nd let’s have a little party yay
I’ve always loved wolves so basically from when I could read I taught myself about them, but only since almost a year I’ve really like seriously started studying them in the little spare time I have next to my current study :)
Noooo! XD I had this username before the whole Moon Moon-meme happened, haha
I like Moon Moon though
Well now we’re talking about wolf hybrids, while the other message was about pure wolves.
Pure wolves can only be ‘tamed’ to some extend. And even íf it was possible to completely tame them; you shouldn’t. It’s a wild animal and it should stay that way. You can’t compare it in no way to domestic dogs. Also, the wolf being ‘tamed; doesn’t equal the wolf being happy - make no mistake there.
On wolf hybrids; the benchmark of it “being fine” also isn’t whether they can be tamed or not; even if you’d have a wolf hybrid that is fully tamed (here as well: to the extent of that being possible), that doesn’t guarantee in any way that they are doing fine.
I also often hear people justifying having a hybrid by saying it’s helping the wolf population. In fact, it’s on the contrary. If you want to learn why; read these articles.
Just in general I’d advice everyone reading this: [X]
I know about it but haven’t played it yet
Everybody keeps asking me about this so I guess I’ll just have to try once, hah
It took me allllll fucking day to make my top 10 best songs ever for the Top 2000, but I guess this is it. Not going to send it in yet - just to be sure, lol. I had to leave so many of my babies out, this hurts gah
1. The Cure - A Forest
2. The Cure - Close to me
3. The Cure - Fascination street
4 Johnny Cash & Bob Dylan – Girl from the North country
5. Kate Bush - Running up that hill
6. The Cure – Catch
7. David Bowie – Ashes to ashes
8. The Dead Weather - 60 feet tall
9. Joy Division - Transmission
10. Radiohead – Fake plastic trees
To cry wolf
Fig. to cry or complain about something when nothing is really wrong.
From the story “The Boy Who Cried Wolf,” wherein a boy who watches some sheep called for help when there was no wolf attacking them, only to be ignored when there actually was a wolf.
"Pay no attention. She’s just crying wolf again.", "Don’t cry wolf too often. No one will come.”