Time for my face

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Halloween

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Your name and URL

Where you’re from

Your age

Pronounce the following words: Aunt, Roof, Route, Theater, Iron, Salmon, Caramel, Fire, Water, New Orleans,

Pecan, Both, Again, Probably, Alabama, Lawyer, Coupon, Mayonnaise, Pajamas, Caught, Naturally, Aluminium,

GIF, Tumblr, Crackerjack, Doorknob, Envelope, Abrasion, Charm, Cinnamon, Demeanor, Elixir, Epiphany,

Fermented, Labyrinth, Leisure, Mannequin, Mermaid, Pandemonium, Phoenix, Quidditch,

Quintessential, Spice, Talisman, Unicorn, Warfare, Whiskey, Winter, Zest

What is it called when you throw toilet paper on a house?

What is a bubbly carbonated drink called?

What do you call gym shoes?

What do you call your grandparents?

What do you call the wheeled contraption in which you carry groceries at the supermarket?

What is the thing you change the TV channel with?

Do you think you have an accent?

Be a wizard or a vampire?

Do you know anyone on Tumblr in real life?

Do you have a phobia? If so, do you know its scientific name?

What is one unusual fact that you know?

Read the following tongue twister: Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked. If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,

where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?

End this audio post by saying goodbye in a different language.

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alright anon.

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moonsiren

This statue of the goddess Selket was found inside the tomb of King Tutankhamun guarding a chamber containing the king’s internal organs. Selket was believed to be so powerful that her magic could cure the scorpion’s poisonous sting, which is why she is traditionally depicted wearing a headdress adorned with a representation of a scorpion.

From National Geographic, March 1977

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