It’s Autumn now, my favorite time of the year. And, in no small part, this is because Fall calls out to the Irish blood in me. Hence, between that, my life-long love of history and cultural anthropology, and my firmly held belief that, among White women, Celtic women have the most attractive phenotype as a group, it’s time for me to share some Neo-Celtic fantasies. 😉
As Tyler, The Portly Politico recently reminded me, Fall officially started Wednesday, Sep 22. So, that combined with the oddly seasonal sudden cooling we’ve experienced up here in NY, definitely means we’ve felt the 1st brush of Autumn in 2021.
Like Tyler and a plethora of other people, Autumn is my favorite season, though for different reasons than most will admit to. 😛
The 1st great joy of this, my favorite season, is the return of thigh-high socks. I don’t know why – there’s little to no point in arguing matters of taste or attraction, even with one’s self – but socks up over their knees, especially when combined with shorts, short skirts, or minidresses, is a wonderful and titillating part of Autumn for me.
And, of joyous course, the 1st brush of Autumn is also the 1st blush of sweater season. And, who doesn’t love – or, at least lust after – women in sweaters? For Americans, it is literally part of our culture and has been entrenched in it since before WW2.
Oh yes! I love the 1st blush of Autumn and all the beauty and joy it brings me.
Nekos, short for Nekomimi (Cat Ears) or the more proper Nekomusume (Cat Daughters) are by most metrics the queens of Beast Girls (Kemonomusume) in anime, manga, and weeb culture.
And really? Why not? They’re worthy of our homage. Nyan, Baby, Nyan! 😆
Back in 2014, Colorado completely legalized the use, sale, and growing of marijuana, the latter both by individuals and by commercial/agricultural concerns. This was hailed as a landmark in “progress,” both by the ever-drug-loving Leftists and many Libertarian sorts. And, indeed, there seems to have been little, if any, human damage or negative consequences caused by Colorado’s drug experiment.
But What About The Ecological Consequences?
With marijuana now growing all around The Centennial State, it follows that mice, rats, voles, rabbits, and various varieties of squirrels will be eating the seeds and some of the vegetation. This would both end up concentrating the cannabinoids in those prey species’ tissues, and make them both more unaware and sluggish. Hence, those rodents and similar prey animals would be easier for various predators to catch and consume.
So yeah! Stoner owls – owls both primarily subsisting upon small, terrestrial prey and being a major predator thereof – look likely to be an unforeseen, probably negative, ecological consequence of Colorado’s legalization of the use and growing of marijuana.
So… Stoned owls. That’ll be “fun.” 😛
😆 Now that’s a delightfully unique, hilarious, and utterly twisted riff on the fairy tale trope of the dragon and the captured or sacrificed princess. And, yes, to inform the more sheltered out there, vore – short for vorarephilia – is a kink, hopefully, one firmly restricted to fantasy.