So I thought I was an ENTJ but I reread the thingys and I was like hmmm so I took another test and it said I’m an ESTJ.

Hmmm.

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I love seeing pictures of happy couples on facebook while I’m just here with my rats like

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/sarcasm/

Sigh…

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The little ones opened their eyes today!! I didn’t believe they could get cuter, but they did.

The little ones opened their eyes today!! I didn’t believe they could get cuter, but they did.

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Dawww wookit dis wittow fing!!! Their eyes should open any day now. So excited! I love these cute little buggers.

Dawww wookit dis wittow fing!!! Their eyes should open any day now. So excited! I love these cute little buggers.

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scishow:

How Much of Me Is “Star Stuff?”

Carl Sagan famously observed that we are all made of “star stuff.” But what does that mean? And how much of you is really made of dead stars? SciShow Space explains!

Love it. 

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madlori:

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The Adventures of George Washington by LadyHistory [more]

actually crying rn

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renovatedheart replied to your photo:Growing babies! They have peach fuzz now and move…

I still don’t understand why do you have rats as pets!

What’s not to get? They’re a common pet. I went to the pet store and bought them. 

They’re the most intelligent of the small mammal pets, curious, and friendly. They’re technically the same species at the brown rat (which is “wild”), but they’re called “fancy rats” because they’be been bred to have different colors and patterns, and they’re more tame. 

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Growing babies! They have peach fuzz now and move around more. About another week and their eyes will open.

Growing babies! They have peach fuzz now and move around more. About another week and their eyes will open.

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Preach.

Preach.

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Beebees.
They’re starting to get pigment in their skin already! They’ll have dark heads and white bodies, like their mama.

Beebees.

They’re starting to get pigment in their skin already! They’ll have dark heads and white bodies, like their mama.

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They didn’t make it.

Three babies. 

The good news is that those three have bellies full of milk and are doing fine.

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Five babies. :(((((

As far as I can tell, only three of the babies have been successfully nursing. 

Pray that the other two make it through the night. If they do, I’ll run and get some formula and try feeding them myself. 

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I briefly thought that squeaky, wiggly and pink were their names. Then I got to pink hairless and blind.

Hahahahahaha! That’s great. 

I figured I’d give them names from the Roman Canon, like Agnes and Lucy. If we had enough babies, we could have John the Baptist, Stephen, Matthias, Barnabas, Ignatius, Alexander, Marcellinus, Peter, Felicity, Perpetua, Agatha, Lucy, Agnes, Cecilia, and Anastasia. 

But in all seriousness, I’ll be finding new homes for them all once they’re weaned, except maybe one of the girls, so I’m not going to name them. 

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Six babies.

One of them died overnight. :(

The others seem to be doing well, though. They are squeaky and wiggly. Pink, hairless, blind, helpless little buggers. They definitely fall into the category of “So ugly that they’re cute.” 

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do you have a rat as a pet?

Yep. I had two. And now I have nine.

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