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    [–] Man helps pigeon patiently waiting at water fountain LittlePetiteGirl 7 points ago in youseeingthisshit

    I've had luck just fine grabbing sick pigeons without any ill effects (I give the ones in the park basic vet care or call a vet for pickup in bad cases) but also I have a pretty solid immune system and wash the fuck out of my hands as soon as I'm done, or I keep hand sanatizer on me.

    [–] What do you think is the single greatest photograph in history? LittlePetiteGirl 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Don't feel too bad for my pigeon. He's socialized to people and I play with him for hours ever day. He'll probably live into his 20s so we're making up for lost time. :)

    [–] What do you think is the single greatest photograph in history? LittlePetiteGirl 9 points ago in AskReddit

    The Kauaioo always reminds me of my pet pigeon. His wing was broken whem he was little, and his previous owner kept him in a cage by himself for over a decade. Every day he coos for a mate for hours, and I took him to interact with a flock of pigeons. He didnt understand what to do, and just stood in a corner by himself for eight hours. ):

    [–] Give me some hope. Tell me facts and stories of late growth spurts. LittlePetiteGirl 2 points ago in short

    Id say look at your parent's heights more than anything. When I was little, I hit a growthspurt SUPER early and at the rate I was growing, I was in the 95th percentile for height and it looked like I'd reach 6 feet. My mom is 5'0 and my dad is 5'2 and I ended up only being 5'0.

    For the story you want, my boyfriend was 5'3 at 18, and is 5'5 at 21, so he did grow a little more.

    [–] Live Art, Digital illustration, 1440x1080 LittlePetiteGirl 136 points ago in Art

    Maybe they're trying to sound smart and say it's a "digital illustration" because it's a video on the internet, hence a digital format. That would be the biggest stretch for them to make ever, though.

    [–] TIL I’m a gremlin’s second bitch because of my height and weight LittlePetiteGirl 6 points ago in FML

    If you weighed 150 at 4'9 youd be so fat youd have to roll places though, lmao.

    [–] What's not as bad as everyone says? LittlePetiteGirl 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Picking up a hobby that exerts a lot of energy might be what you want. Furniture making has a lot of chiseling, sawing and lifting, for example.

    [–] “Transracial” girl from my college who “transitioned” from white to Korean & now does “traditional Korean makeup and skincare” LittlePetiteGirl 7 points ago in awfuleverything

    I think it's the combination of the scabs and her bizarre behavior, plus not knowing any of her mannerisms in real life. I definitely see kids on campus with acne or scabs like that, but know theyre obviously not methed out lol.

    [–] What movie have you watched a thousand times and could watch it a thousand more times? LittlePetiteGirl 1 points ago in AskReddit

    I go to college half an hour away from that beach. I still havent visited because I havent had the time, though.

    [–] What was that incident during Thanksgiving? LittlePetiteGirl 8 points ago in AskReddit

    Not the OP, but this is pretty normal in New England.

    [–] I wanna go boating... LittlePetiteGirl 28 points ago in KidsAreFuckingStupid

    I live in a state with nothing to do and my friends and I kill time by visiting walmart. It's our shitty little Wally World lmao

    [–] My beautiful Umbrella Cockatoo, Athena. She is 16, and I'm 14, so she's actually 2 years older than me. LittlePetiteGirl 22 points ago in parrots

    That's so cool! How long have you had her? Was she adopted by your parents before you were born, or is this recent? My boyfriend turned me into a crazy bird lady because his family has always kept cockatiels and parakeets. :)

    [–] Teachers of Reddit, whats your most NSFW story from your work place? LittlePetiteGirl 3 points ago in AskReddit

    Bees go from flower to flower, pollinating (like a man having sex with different women) while birds lay eggs and are obligated to stay on the nest (like a woman stuck with a child). That's what I've heard as the reasoning, anyway.

    [–] Can’t stand students like this😂 LittlePetiteGirl 4 points ago in college

    I feel like what's worse is also not seeing peers struggle with the same content. Living on campus and seeing my classmates freak out over the same assignments is really validating.

    [–] That could buy a lot of bread LittlePetiteGirl 19 points ago in delusionalartists

    This is WAY more than 100 hours of work. I had to make a similar popup book for a design class and that would take several hundred hours for sure.

    [–] Do you believe that someone should major in something their good at rather than something they want to be good at? LittlePetiteGirl 1 points ago in college

    That line of reasoning really worries me because if you don't make it as a doctor, your biology degree traps you in a low tier job unless you go all in and stay in school until you have a PhD. Do you plan on going back for a masters and maybe a PhD if you don't get into med school? Are there other avenues for that degree that still allow you to interact with people and solve problems regarding healthcare if you don't?

    [–] Do American university students also use the term "bird course" to refer to an easy course? LittlePetiteGirl 1 points ago in college

    That would get interpreted as the opposite at my school, since it's well known Disney practically works their artists to death, lol.

    [–] Do you believe that someone should major in something their good at rather than something they want to be good at? LittlePetiteGirl 1 points ago in college

    Oooooooh boy, I learned that lesson the hard way. I wanted to be a doctor, so I went to a no name trash school and did so poorly I ended up failing out (illness and other things factored in, of course, but that doesn't change the fact I flunked a ton of classes). I took a year off and decided to pursue art, and now I'm at one of the best art schools in the world doing amazingly well. I loved lab work, but I'm just not fit for it, and I had to accept that.