Cipherer

rapturesbeak:

ATTENTION EVERYBODY:
I am about to make the move to a new URL!
For the next few days I’ll be making posts to remind you all if you’d like to continue following me. I won’t take offense if you don’t want to, however!

You can expect better organization there. Hoo hoo!
It’s still a bit messy, but HERE WE GO.

For the record I did post it here too.

Cipherer

ATTENTION EVERYBODY:
I am about to make the move to a new URL!
For the next few days I’ll be making posts to remind you all if you’d like to continue following me. I won’t take offense if you don’t want to, however!

You can expect better organization there. Hoo hoo!
It’s still a bit messy, but HERE WE GO.

Anonymous whispered:
those first stories weren't funny though. that was bullying and abuse. :(

I’m trying to see the positive side of it all.

awirwin:

5secsof-tryhard:

Just for when the time comes that we’ll need this~

it’s time to put this in use

Anonymous whispered:
Laughs i'm 17 and I"d probably falls for that kinda of shit with the flying though. Not even because my religion includes fae, but because I'm a dumb shit who tried that with a plastic bag at age 7. I'd probably do it again now with a fucking umbrella to see what would happen.

If I hadn’t learned from my experiences, I probably would be trying it too. Not thinking I could fly, but just to see how long it would take for me to land, and if I could do it and live to tell the tale.

WOW I RAMBLED.

SORRY ABOUT THAT.

Another snake experience I had, at one point I was going to a school which was quite submerged in the bush. There were often bush turkeys walking around the grounds and it was pretty funny. 

Anyway, my class was walking back from music and there’s a goddamn giant, black snake on the stairs.
We just.
Went the other way.

The gardener took care of it.

There was also another one where we had to get off a train and hike to some damn obscure location, but half the trek was up a craggy, cliff-like hill covered in mud and it was raining like hell.

One girl on the way got hit on the head by a falling branch, because this damn storm was fucking up all the trees. This other dude fell half-way up the slope pushing half the class back down, and ended up injuring his back and had to get airlifted out.

I also had a bunch of epileptic fits. Another chick got so panicked that she just threw up uncontrollably. I don’t know how my school didn’t get sued. 

Do you guys have compulsory camping trips for school?
Not a year of school has gone by since year five where I haven’t been drafted into a whole-year compulsory camping trip.

Two years ago, we went up to the Blue Mountians, right? And our teachers made us do risk assessments, learn some emergency medical techniques, some survival tips just in case, and told us we had to pack our bags as lightly as possible because we were hiking up and into the mountains.

So we went from Sydney to the bloody Blue Mountains in a train, and we got off and literally just walked into the woods. We looked at our teachers and they looked at us and they split us into groups and said “you lead”.

So they gave each team a leader, a compass and a map (there was one camping expert for each team because just in case we took the wrong path) and just sent us on our way.

We camped out for a week in the middle of the bloody Blue Mountains. We ran out of water and had to start purifying the water from a nearby river.