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2020.10.18 11:11 jester070993 Can someone help me understand what these two trimmer are for? (Angled/slanted)

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Are they for fading/lining up a beard? I've been wanting to give my beard some style, when it grow about an inch or more, it starts to just get really shaggy and all grows out the same, so it's pretty unstylish and begins to look pretty sloppy since the hair on my cheeks sticks out the same length as the hair on my chin. I would like to grow it out longer and give it more of a fade look, or at least some sort of style similar to that which would be easy for me to trim. Would these trimmer be used to do this?
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2020.10.17 10:16 CrofterNo2 "The Beast With the Breath of Hell": Giant Ground Sloths in the Amazon

Six families of prehistoric ground sloths are now recognised: Megatheriidae, Mylodontidae, Nothrotheriidae, Megalonychidae, Scelidotheriidae, and the Carribean Megalocnidae. First discovered at the end of the 18th Century, much is known of the appearance and lifestyle of many species. Generally they were very robust, vaguely bear-like animals with wide tails, strong claws, and the ability to walk quadrupedally and bipedally. But they were highly adaptable: by the end of the Pleistocene, several dozen species existed in South America, including the largest ever, and their Pleistocene range stretched from Tierra del Fuego to Alaska. Throughout the ages, some browsed, some grazed, some swam in coastal seas or freshwater, some burrowed, and some lived in trees or on steep cliffs. Some families spread to North America before the Great American Interchange, and when animals from the north invaded, they were unaffected—until one last animal moved south some ~12,000 years ago.
Given their adaptability, is it possible that at least one species may have survived into modern times? Since their discovery, many people have believed so. But where's the best place to look for them? For most of the 20th Century, the answer to that was Patagonia, thanks to sightings reported mainly by the Argentine palaeontologist Florentino Ameghino. But in On the Track of Unknown Animals (1955), Bernard Heuvelmans suggested that the tropical forests of the Amazon and the Andes, not Patagonia, were the place. Noting that the ground sloths were likely wiped out (?) by overhunting, he asked...
[...] what has happened to them in their impenetrable retreat in the vast Amazonian selva and the boscosa of the Andes, through which they passed in the course of ages? It is hard to see what, in the peace of these forests rarely inhabited by man, could have led to their extinction. Only human traps were able to put an end to these armoured brutes against which beasts of prey were powerless. Might they not still live in this 'green hell' and find it a heaven of peace?
But Heuvelmans attributed most stories of hairy humanoids in the Amazon to primates, and it would be 38 years before his question was seriously considered in print.
Mapinguari, stinking beast of the Amazon
American ornithologist David Oren arrived in the Brazilian Amazon in 1977, and immediately began to hear stories of various forest myths. One of the most common of these was the mapinguari, which had been covered by Heuvelmans and by Ivan T. Sanderson, and which they had believed to be a giant primate. To Oren the mapinguari initially appeared to be just another part of the folklore of the rainforest: for every person who claimed to have seen it, four mocked the idea that it could be real, as did the alleged eyewitnesses prior to their own experiences.
The mapinguari was a creature of the seringueiros, or rubber-tappers, but even during the silver age of the rubber plantation it was not taken seriously by others. The modern folkloric-pop cultural version is a huge cyclops with a mouth in its stomach, and is not too different to the very earliest descriptions (the earliest use of the term I can find dates to 1896, where it's called an evil Tupi spirit). But a 1913 newspaper article on the subject also mentions the macaco de borracha, or rubber monkey of Acre, an animal covered in long and tangled hair which repels bullets. The macaco de borracha was the size of a Newfoundland dog when on all fours, but was taller than a man when standing upright on its hind feet. And in 1960, a cabloco took issue with a newspaper repeating the traditional description of a giant man, claiming that the mapinguari was really a sort of huge and horrifying horse-like animal. He said that such an animal had recently been seen by men working on "the road which will link Acre to Brasilia". Nevertheless, when cattle were found dead with their tongues missing, the mapinguari was often blamed; this and a 1930 sighting of a monkey-like mapinguari on the Urubu River, reported in On the Track of Unknown Animals, cemented the mapinguari as the Brazilian Bigfoot.
By the time of David Oren's arrival, rubber had given way to gold, and many of the first mapinguari reports he heard came from gold prospectors and mine employees. The fact that there were reliable modern accounts of such an animal was first brought to his notice by historian David Gueiros Vieira, who had collected several sightings from gold miners while he was in charge of Serra Pelada in Pará. During his discussions with Vieira in 1988, Oren heard a first-hand mapinguari sighting from northern Tocantins which, he has often said in interviews, made a light go off in his head: "this creature could only be a ground sloth!" He has subsequently collected around 100 first-hand sightings which he believes describe the same animal (even the published sightings are too numerous to detail here), from the states of Amazonas, Acre, Mato Grosso, Pará, Amapá, Rondônia, and Tocantins, and as of 2001, he had also interviewed seven hunters who claimed to have killed specimens.
Based on the hunters' descriptions, the mapinguari is a very heavy, powerfully-built animal, up to two metres (6'6'') tall when standing bipedally, and weighing enough to break the roots of trees with its steps. It is covered in long and coarse fur which ranges in colour from reddish to brownish to blackish, sometimes said to be longer, mane-like, on the neck and back; and has a muzzle similar to that of a horse or a burro, though shorter, which is armed with four peg-shaped canine teeth. Its formidable claws are shaped like those of the giant anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla), but are the size of those of the giant armadillo (Priodontes maximus), that is, between 7'' and 8''. It is said to be nocturnal and crepuscular (i.e. active at night and twilight), and feeds on vegetation including bacaba palms (Oenocarpus bacaba), which it twists to the ground and tears apart in order to feed on the palm heart and berry-like fruits.
Two distinct types of vocalisations were described to Oren. The first is a low call reminiscent of thunder, while the other is a very loud and impressive, higher-pitched cry "just like a human shouting," but with a growl at the end. When shot, it produces an "extraordinarily loud, human-like scream." A very strong and unpleasant smell is frequently described, compared to a mixture of faeces and rotting flesh; garlic vine (Mansoa alliacea) and a foetid peccary; or simply described as "just the worst odor they ever smelled." The smell leaves people light-headed and nauseous, or even renders them unconscious. A foul odour is a common feature of mythical South American monsters, but in this case it is clearly a genuine characteristic of the animal.
Another folkloric trait which also occurs in sightings is the mapinguari's nigh-invulnerability to bullets and arrows, unless hit in the navel, the eye(s), the mouth, or sometimes elsewhere on the head. Hunters who claim to have shot specimens say they used special solid lead shotgun slugs fired at the head; a special shot used for hunting tapirs fired at the navel from a .16 calibre shotgun; and all the bullets of a .38 caliber revolver, emptied into the chest.
According to Oren, two kinds of tracks are attributed to the mapinguari. The first, and most common, are as "round as a pestle" (like those attributed to the folkloric pé de garrafa) and are found in the ground around vegetation and faeces even during the dry season, when the earth is baked hard. The second tracks are "like people's, but backwards," with only four toes. The mapinguari's faeces were always described to Oren as "just like horses," and are said to contain poorly-broken down, recognisable plant matter such as leaves and stems. Of all the Amazonian mammals, only the South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris) produces similarly horse-like faeces, but this animal usually defecates in water, whereas supposed mapinguari dung is found on land.
One important sighting was made by a gold prospector who told Oren that a reddish "giant monkey" had charged at him in the forest, and that he only had time to shoot the animal in the face before fainting. When Oren investigated the area, he found a pool of blood and "round paw-prints with marks of clawed toes pointing inwards". This was no monkey, giant or otherwise, but the fact that this clawed animal, whatever it is, has been called a monkey should be kept in mind.
Given the amount of sightings, and killings, on record, why has no proof of the mapinguari's existence come to hand? Besides its rarity, its jungle habitat, and the terror in which it is held, the problems of preserving bits of a mapinguari are best illustrated by the following incident: a seringueiro hunting in the woods, startled by a human-like shouting behind him, swung 'round to see an angry-looking, hulking animal standing on its hind legs. Though he shot and killed it, the smell permeating the area was so stupefying that the hunter wandered aimlessly for some hours before coming to. Then he cut off the animal's front paw to show his brother, but this also smelled so badly that he threw it away into the forest. A more conservation-friendly spin on this occurred in the '80s, when some Kanamarí Indians living in the Rio Juruá valley allegedly raised two baby mapinguaris whose mother had been scared off or killed by hunters. The Kanamarí fed them on bananas and milk before they progressed to foliage, but after a couple of years the smell became too much to bear, and the Kanamarí released them. The story is not unique—three hunters claimed to have captured living mapinguaris, but all three animals escaped because their captors were unable to bear the stench.
Oren himself led several expeditions in search of the mapinguari, but all the evidence he collected was inconclusive, or identified as something else. Four times on two separate occasions, in the afternoon and early night, Oren heard (and recorded, according to some sources) a mapinguari-like call, described by himself as being extremely strong and of steady pitch, lasting for up to forty-five seconds, and resembling "jets flying over low." He also made a cast, about an 1'' deep, which shows a knuckle-walking track with three digits; and photographed "claw marks on a tree, eight of them about a foot long and an inch deep," which may have been made by a mapinguari. However, results of testing of alleged mapinguari dung were inconclusive, and in one case some fecal matter collected by Oren was identified as giant anteater or tapir dung. Conversely, and dubiously, geneticist John Lewis claimed to have extracted ground sloth DNA from alleged mapinguari faeces which he stepped in during a 2001 expedition to Brazil.
Although Oren writes that the well-known single eye and stomach-mouth appear predominately in legend and popular culture, not usually in first-hand sightings, unfortunately the latest recorded sighting, a dubious one from 2014, does indeed describe a cyclopean monster. The latest known incident of any kind came in 2016, when residents of Gleba Vila Amazônia claimed to have discovered large mapinguari footprints near the road from Vila Amazônia to Cabeceira do Inferno, on the banks of Lake Zé Açú. Other residents believed the tracks were made by a giant monkey.
Another beast which Oren synonymises with the mapinguari is the juma, a 10' tall hairy humanoid seen near Valéria (where a mapinguari was reported in 1981) in the '90s. According to Oren, almost every Amazonian Indian language has a name for what we call the mapinguari, but only a few of these names have filtered through. These regional mapinguaris of Rondônia, the Andes, and the northern Amazon will be discussed in the following sections.
The Rondônian mapinguari
More gold prospectors were said to have killed a mapinguari in Rondônia, about two days by foot from Porto Velho. This must have been very close to the Karitiana reservation, which is centred on the village of Kyõwã. The Karitiana version of the mapinguari is called the kida harara or kida so'emo, but is often synonymised with the mapinguari, including by most of the Karitiana. They believe that it lives southwest of Kyõwã, in the Floresta Nacional do Bom Futuro, where it inhabits the "Cave of the Mapinguari," which is also home to enormous vampire bats. Interestingly, one of their alternate names for the animal is o'i ty, meaning "giant sloth". But is this term their own invention, or was it introduced by visiting cryptozoologists? After all, the kida harara has been investigated by cryptozoologists for some time. The first appears to have been Hilton Pereira da Silva, whose research was televised in a '90s episode of Into the Unknown. While he found nothing in the Cave of the Mapinguari, he was told that a hunter named Valdemiro had seen the animal by the cave. Valdemiro had been startled by a "terrifying cry" when the animal emerged, balancing on the sides of its feet and holding its claws inwards.
The kida harara's description may have been 'polluted' by descriptions from people who don't claim to have seen it, but, generally, it is said to be a large creature, with a big head just like a sloth's, but with long teeth; huge arms armed with hook-shaped claws; big ugly feet; and red or black hair all over except (sometimes) for the chest and face, which are covered in smooth skin. All accounts describe it as noxious-smelling and extremely noisy and destructive, screaming and groaning, smashing trees and leaving tractor-like trails, and its bulletproof hide is attested by several first-hand experiences. Interestingly, its invulnerability is attributed to lots of little pebbles beneath its skin, a very appropriate description of a mylodontid's osteoderms. Nocturnal, it is said to sleep standing upright, and shuffles its feet as it walks through the woods, making the earth shake. It tears apart babassu palms, which it likes to eat, and also fells other trees... but it isn't a harmless herbivore, since it's reputed to "bear-hug" people to death like an anteater, or even to tear off their arms and legs.
As with the mapinguari itself, there are too many sightings to detail, although as of 2006 the kida harara was frequently heard in the forest, during the night. Sometimes it was briefly mistaken for a giant anteater, sometimes it was seen in streams, and on one occasion it caused the evacuation of Kyõwã when it wandered into the village. Several other sightings are recounted in Destination Truth ("Sloth Monster") and Beast Man ("Nightmare of the Amazon"). Both of these investigations also recorded ambiguous evidence — Josh Gates recorded a very quiet, but apparently unidentifiable call, and heard a palm being torn down nearby; while Pat Spain believed he heard a response to his blasted mapinguari call, which may or may not have been picked up by the microphones.
But the most famous sighting of the kida harara was the one reported by Geovaldo, a Karitiana hunter who claimed to have been approached and knocked out while stalking peccaries, sometime around 2004. His story was confirmed by his father Lucas, who said that when his son took him back to the site of the encounter, he saw a pathway where the creature had departed through the bush, "as if a boulder had rolled through and knocked down all the trees and vines". However, perhaps due to either translation issues or gradual exaggeration, different versions of this story have been given. Interviewed for Destination Truth, Geovaldo said that he shot at the animal, and ran off when it charged at him. On Beast Man, he claimed to have fired at it multiple times before loading his gun with a lead slug, and firing at the animals face, making it stop and scream in pain, and allowing Geovaldo to escape.
Beast Man's Pat Spain interviews Geovaldo using an "animal identity parade" of photographs, and included among native and non-native animals is a photograph of Rusty the Megalonyx. Geovaldo unhesitatingly nods and identifies it as very like what he had seen, stating that "it was kind of like that. I think that was the animal. I really think that looks like it. Its arms were just like that." One difference he notes is that the claws on what he saw were similar, but even larger—other than that, it has the same body, the same arms, and the same face. It's a powerful scene, and the moment that sparked my personal interest in the mapinguari. But of course, Geovaldo's reaction doesn't mean the kida harara really was a Megalonyx, or even a ground sloth at all, only that it looked like that particular concept of Megalonyx. The really useful thing is knowing what Geovaldo definitely didn't see—it wasn't an anteater, elephant, rhinoceros, spectacled bear (no reaction from Geovaldo), or gorilla ("some sort of monkey?"). Regardless of whether or not you believe his story, spectacled bears and apes are alien to this Karitiana hunter.
Sloths in the Andes
In Acre, near the Peruvian border, Oren was told that the mapinguari is migratory, descending from the Andean foothills around February. It's sometimes thought that it moves into the Andes to avoid the flooding of the rainy season. Whatever the case, some of the best and earliest-published reports of ground sloths come from the forested eastern slopes of the Andes.
While doing field work in Macas, Ecuador, in the 1990s, cryptozoologist Angel Morant Forés was told by local Shuar people of a bear-like animal, the ujea, which reminded him of a ground sloth, but he couldn't find anyone who claimed to have seen a ujea for themselves. This creature inhabits an obscure border region between cryptozoology and folklore—sometimes considered a demon, sometimes a long-vanished monster, it has been described as a huge and man-eating ape-like beast. But the most interesting description was given by a Shuar to this traveller, who also received a drawing of the ujea.
The ujea is a weird mix between a bear and a human. Apparently the Shuar used to hunt these. As you can see in the picture the stench was enough to knock a grown man unconscious. These aren't dangerous to humans as they eat the nectar of flowers.
The foul smell, an obvious point of similarity with the mapinguari, is not unique to the ujea among Shuar monsters. But the drawing does depict it as rather sloth-like, with shaggy red hair on its head and back, a long tongue, and strongly hooked claws. However, note that it's said that "the Shuar used to hunt these"—used to. Why stop, unless the animal has vanished?
On the other hand, was the ujea the same animal that a huaquero from Quito claimed to have seen in the subtropical cloud forests of the Ecuadorean Andes in the 1980s? According to the account he gave to cryptozoologist J. Richard Greenwell, he saw a large and unfamiliar quadruped, about 10' long, covered in shaggy hair, and sporting a large horse's snout, emerge from a forest cave. As it was coming towards him, the terrified huaquero prayed to the Virgin for help, but the animal simply reared up onto its hind legs and began to browse on the surrounding vegetation. Greenwell believed the man's story, judging him capable of properly evaluating an animal's size and appearance from some distance. In fact, his life habitually depended on this skill—his other job was that of a bullfighter!
A lot of people will be familiar with the idea of mapinguaris in Peru because of Forrest Galante's claims about a "Mapinguari Valley," but the only known aboriginal Peruvian name for the animal is the Machiguenga segamai of the Vilcabamba Mountains. This is described as a cow-sized animal which can walk both quarupedally and bipedally, with dark matted fur (specifically said to resemble the fibers surrounding the leaf stems of an Oenocarpus bataua palm) and a snout similar to a giant anteater's. It's said to live in caves in the remote cloud and foothill forests, where it feeds on Cyclanthaceae plants and palm piths. The Machiguenga are terrified of it due to its reputedly aggressive behaviour, and it has a number of characteristics in common with the mapinguari: it is said to be impervious to bullets, has a terrible roar, and supposedly generates an odour or field which stupefies or knocks out anyone who comes close to it. Interviewed on Beast Man, anthropologist Glenn Shepard Jr. added that that the Machiguenga reported seeing large claw marks, which they believed had been made by the segamai, on trees.
A sighting made from a distance was reported to have occurred in around 1976, and as of 2001, the Machiguenga insisted that the segamai still lived in certain areas of the forest, where they saw it as just another wild animal. Shepard suggested to them that it might be a bear: the Machiguenga, who knew spectacled bears well, "expressed great surprise and affirmed that the two animals are completely different". One of the tribe matter-of-factly told him that he had seen a segamai at Lima's Natural History Museum when he was a student, and when Shepard checked, he discovered that the museum had a diorama featuring a model of a giant ground sloth. But there's a disconcerting sequel to this story: the student had never seen the segamai himself, and had previously assumed it to be mythical. So despite the belief that the segamai still lived in the forest, the younger generations of 2001 did not believe in it, showing that it had become very rare... or worse.
Also from Peru, we have a very dramatic story collected by Hermes Mendoza Del Aguila, which tells of a very mapinguari-like "giant sloth" termed "engendro verde" being killed by soldiers. The story is presumably only a folk tale, but it demonstrates that the mapinguari archetype is familiar in the Peruvian Amazon.
Luis Jorge Salinas has collected a 1985 sighting from Bolivia, near Iñapari on the Bolivia-Brazil-Peru border, and Bolivia is in fact home to its own supposed version of the mapinguari: the bipedal jucucu, a name immediately reminiscent of jukumari, ucumari, and ukuku, terms applied to the spectacled bear in Bolivia and Peru. But is this because the jucucu is a bear, or just because a bear is the closest thing the locals know of? Casey Anderson investigates the jucucu on Monster Encounters, and while I haven't been able to watch the episode, or find anyone who has, some details are provided in the episode's dramatic trailer. Anderson's probably right about undiscovered 'monsters' prowling the Amazon, but taking the illustration, the livestock-killing, and the brief glimpse of a bear at face value does reinforce a bear identity for the jucucu itself, despite the massive size and the foul smell (a possible conflation with the mapinguari on the part of the Travel Channel?). And what are we to make of this reference from Simon Chapman's The Monster of the Madidi (2001), describing an animal which was not a spectacled bear, but was far too large for a monkey?
With the Mono Rey, I'm not so sure. But, I was told there are two sorts. One is black and a bit smaller than me. The other has brown hair and is two and a half metres tall. Now that is not the Ucumari I saw. All that selva — the Beu, the Chepite, the Madidi. No one has been to most of it. Anything could be there.
Sloths north of the Amazon
While the best evidence comes from regions south of the Amazon River, the mapinguari has also been reported from the tropical rainforest in the north. In fact, some of Oren's accounts, all of them old sightings from elderly woodsmen, come from Amapá in northeastern Brazil, bordering French Guiana. Although many published sightings from immediately north of the river are undetailed or more reminiscent of primates, one atypical sighting was that of Luis Jorge Salinas, who went on to become a prominent investigator of the mapinguari and similar cryptids.
According to his book Amazonas: ¿Pleistoceno Park? Un Testimonio Real (2010), Salinas first encountered a mapinguari while working on a roadside farm 38 kilometers from Manaus when he was 24 years old, between May 1985 and May 1986. At that time, he and the farm's other inhabitants were troubled by a frequent nighttime howling, "impressive, mournful, and frightening," which some locals believed were made by a lobisomem or "paçalobo," superwolf. Salinas shot a young one of these animals in the face when it approached the farm one night, driving it into the forest and perhaps killing it. Later on during the same night, Salinas claims to have observed a much larger individual of the same species standing where the shooting had occurred, roaring. Some time later, Salinas observed a group of individuals composed of a male, several females, and a young calf, moving down the road, apparently keeping in order by toad-like vocalisations and head bobbing. They entered a mango plantation to feed on the trees, the females feeding the calf by cutting up small pieces of food in her mouth. The herd disappeared into the trees after being disturbed by a group of passing people from another local farm, but Salinas claimed to have seen them again on two other occasions not long afterwards. Salinas has rejected the idea that these animals were bears, and according to him, they most closely resembled this reconstruction of Megalonyx wheatleyi. He described a few unique features, such as humped backs, "tortoise-like" necks, and bare chests and abdomens; and he compared their unsteady gaits to Charlie Chaplin's famous waddle.
Richard Terry of Man v. Monster collected accounts from near the Venezuelan border, the region from which Jaroslav Mareš heard of the more monkey-like version, which travels in pairs. And explorer-cryptozoologist Arnošt Vašíček reports that "nomadic Indians" of the Orinoco Basin claim to have seen a sloth alleged to be a whopping 16' long, which uses its great claws to pull down branches and dig up roots.
Furthermore, the animal seems to be known to Venezuela's most famous people, the Yanomami. While visiting a Yanomami village in southern Venezuela, Gustavo Sánchez Romero produced a set of animal flashcards, which some of village's boys and women began to identify. Alongside normal animals, Sánchez Romero had included a card showing a ground sloth, and, although most failed to recognise it, four people exclaimed at once: "owhuama!" The owhuama, they explained with minimal prompting, is a sturdily-built, hairy animal with strong-clawed arms powerful enough to tear down trees and toss jaguars into the air. A ground-dwelling herbivore, it walks both quadrupedally and bipedally, and generally leaves backwards-facing tracks. It lives in deep, cool caves, and communicates by howling and lowing. Though rare, it can be dangerous when it attacks in self-defense, so the Yanomami have a great respect for it.
This amazing cryptozoological dissertation ends with a finger pointed south; that is, to Brazil. The owhuama preferentially lives over there, just on the opposite side of the elaborate, circular Yanomami hut. The impenetrable jungle and the endless forested backwaters hide the identity of a creature from another time.
What is it?
Kenneth Campbell and Brad Rancy theorised that the mapinguari could be explained by spectacled bears seasonally coming down from the cold mountains during the winter, into Brazil's warmer climate, and these bears are quite monstrous-looking when they stand upright. However, as we have seen, every time this identity has been put to someone familiar with the mapinguari, it has been flatly rejected, and probably with good reason. As far as I can tell, spectacled bears have never been explicitly reported (either officially or unofficially) from further northeast than Peru's Madre de Dios region. Why has nobody in Brazil ever recognised these supposed migratory bears as bears? Furthermore, the spectacled bear's behaviour is not a good match. They are generally shy, attacking only when they or their young are threatened, and they're famously arboreal. The mapinguari is usually aggressive, surely too bulky to climb, and browses by tearing down trees, which would be a waste of time if it were arboreal. To explain Brazilian mapinguari sightings with spectacled bears requires us to accept that unusually large specimens of these bears seasonally migrate into, or already exist in, the Amazon, yet never behave anything like normal members of their species, and have never been identified as what they are by the 100 or so people who've seen them. Going down the bear route, some unknown species, or perhaps even a surviving Arctotherium, seems more likely than a spectacled bear. And this might be explaining one unknown with another, but cryptid bears have been reported from the Amazon and the Andes: the gigantic milne of the Ucayali, the red-furred bear of the Muscarena Mountains, and the pygmy brown bear of Yanachaga-Chemillén.
The early cryptozoologists saw the mapinguari as a giant primate, possibly a howler monkey, as suggested by Dale A. Drinnon. There is no precedence for a giant Amazonian monkey in the fossil record (with all the Pleistocene giant monkeys coming from the Atlantic Forest), but, as will be seen below, this means little. But although some mapinguari sightings might refer to monkeys, the size, bulk, claws, and terrestrial lifestyle of Oren's mapinguari all speak against a uniform monkey identity. Also, as we've seen, a clawed animal which can not be a monkey has still been described as one. A giant peccary is another feasible possibility, although peccaries cannot stand on their hind legs, and Marc Van Roosmalen's research suggests it's possible that the larger they get, the better they smell.
It was of course David Oren who first proposed that the mapinguari could be an extant ground sloth. At first he argued this based on small points such as tracks, faeces, diet, and behaviour, but after interviewing the seven hunters, the physical description also became very sloth-like. I probably don't need to point out the many similarities (and the discrepancies) in all the physical descriptions, and how they generally conform to a cow-sized ground sloth; but alongside the more obvious features, Oren suggested that, because of the inward curvature of a ground sloth's tracks, anyone seeing a series of them might interpret them the wrong way around, leading to a belief that the animal has backwards feet; and the round, "bottle" track said to be left by the mapinguari may be the imprint of a ground sloth's powerful tail. But assuming it is a ground sloth, its familial placement has been the subject of controversy, since some have claimed that the mapinguari combines the traits of different sloth families. This really comes down to the fact that it has both canine teeth and, supposedly, osteoderms (little pieces of bone armour beneath its skin, which Oren suggests would explain its invulnerability). Osteoderms are a feature of mylodontids and scelidotheriids, whereas canines are a feature of megalonychids (or so we're often told).
But does the mapinguari need osteoderms to be bulletproof? Even tree sloths have remarkable vitality, and the combination of matted hair, a powerful ribcage, and perhaps tough soft tissue could be enough to stop a bullet, without even mentioning the possibility that "bulletproof" mapinguaris could simply wander off to die slowly. True, the kida harara has both long fangs and "pebbles" under its skin, but the Karitiana might have incorporated memories of an extinct mylodontid into an extant megalonychid, since they could hardly know for sure that it has osteoderms without killing and dissecting one. On the other hand, there was in fact a mylodontid, Glossotherium robustum, which had both osteoderms and sexually-dimorphic caniniforms, and it did live in the Amazonian savannahs, but it's thought to have been a mixed feeder with a preference for grazing in open habitats. But trying to make such a specific identification is probably a mistake, and in any case, the mapinguari might not even be known from the fossil record—despite Heuvelmans' theory, the mapinguari could a rainforest specialist which lived in what remained of the rainforest during the ice age, and as far as I know, no unambiguous Late Pleistocene rainforest assemblages are known from the Amazonian region. There's also the remote possibility that more than one type of ground sloth has survived in the Amazon. One problem with a ground sloth identity, which Oren admits, is the mapinguari's tail, described as short, short and broad, or, on one occasion, large and thick. Ground sloths had relatively long, broad tails.
While the segamai, ujea, and owhuama could feasibly be folk memories of ground sloths, the mapinguari surely could not: 100 people did not see, and 7 hunters did not shoot, a memory. And reading descriptions of the kida harara, I was struck by the fact that the descriptions gathered from random, non-eyewitness Karitiana by anthropologist Felipe Velden are often quite contradictary, and not very sloth-like. This begs the question: if the kida harara is merely a cultural memory of a ground sloth, part of a shared Karitiana folklore, then why are the people who claim to have seen it for themselves the only ones to accurately describe a ground sloth?
The future
Writing in 1993, Oren feared that the mapinguari had recently become extinct: first-hand reports from Amapá in northeast Amazonas all came from elderly woodsmen, and Oren had no records of any sightings from the Tapajós Basin dating to within the previous twenty years. However, while he believed that it had very recently been extirpated from the eastern Amazon, he thought that small numbers could still exist in the far west of the Brazilian Amazon, in Amazonas and Acre, and sightings from the west have been reported into the 21st Century. While many zoologists and palaeontologists consider its existence unlikely, within cryptozoology it is often brought up as one of the cryptids most likely to be real. Karl Shuker, for instance, considers it possibly "one of the most likely creatures in the cryptozoological annals to be officially unveiled one day by science," while Richard Freeman lists it as one of the ten cryptids most likely to be discovered in the 21st Century.
To conclude, Bernard Heuvelmans suggested in 1955 that ground sloths might be found in the Amazon, and decades later he was justified by David Oren, who came to believe that descriptions of the mapinguari referred to a ground sloth. When he made this proposal, the data he had was suggestive of a ground sloth in the little details, such as tracks and faeces, rather than in the full description, which was not entirely sloth-like. But he was later backed up by the hunters' descriptions, which painted a picture of a very ground sloth-like animal. Now Shuker and Freeman suggest that the mapinguari's existence may be proven in the 21st Century. Will they too be justified?
Sightings map
I've pinned some mapinguari sightings (and others from Canada, the U.S., Central America, and Patagonia) onto a map using Google Maps. (?) denotes that the location of the sighting is known only vaguely; O that the sighting is placed relatively securely; (O) that it is placed with some certainty; and 🌊 that the sighting occurred at any possible point along the marked body of water. Of course the reason why most of these sightings occur along rivers and near towns or plantations is because that's where people are most likely to come into contact with a rare forest animal.
Selected sources
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2020.10.15 21:25 DJGames5000 The Adventures of the group of 2 dwarfs, 2 humans and a halfling.

This is one of the many things that have happened while I was DMing for a group of close friends in 2018. It was most of our first times playing and I am going to say this up front Please prepare for your sessions.
We were playing 5e I was the DM and we had no idea what this first game would turn into.
So our story begins with the modal the Lost Mine of Phandelver for 5e. Starting off pretty simple with 2 human fighters (Goku and Vegeta), a human wizard (Your a Wizard Harry [yes that was his name]), a dwarf cleric (Bifflekrinkle the Tall), and a halfling rouge (names Rouge).
So they are riding in a cart heading towards Phandalin when they get jumped by 4 goblins at level 1. They managed to annihilate the goblins with shovels and only one PC(It was the Wizard) went down. They salted the courses of the goblins then headed off to try to find there hide out. They find a trap and it has a rope that is really sharp. Hi-jinks proceed to happen and they tie a few goblins to the cart.
When the party reach the hide out they confuse the goblins into letting them in to the cave and they find a room filled with wolves ( 2 wolves chained up). Then they try to tame the wolves Biffle succeeded but Harry the Wizard did not succeed. [Data Exsponged] And the Wizard was no more but then the worst idea I ever had as a DM was to just have well the wolf was now basically just a furry.
After that they tried several times and finally mad it to the end of the hideout with out much effort and the newly christened Harry Wizard (We didn't know this yet but he was broken and I gave him to my players as a pc not an NPC it was a Bad IDEA) were Harry wizard one-shot the boss and they all got loaded out with 5000 PP each [worse idea] and a bunch of drugs. They made it out of there with only one death and they picked up some new friends.
The party headed for the town of Phandalin at high speed (I mean really high speed like 60+mph speed) because Harry Wizard turned into a horse and pulled the cart then he tried to stop launching almost the hole party flying into a wall at high speed. Amazingly they all survived, they did put a hole in the wall though, but they were now in Phandalin. they use there surprising wealth to commission several things made from Mithril and pay for it all with there hundreds of thousands of gold. When that is done the party have a bit of down time were Harry Wizard proceeds to do the stupidest thing. (Keep in mind we didn't know the rules for prestidigitation yet it was still only a few sessions in) Harry wizard made his hand the size of a mountain and made a mountain of salt. Then he climbed it and jumped off landing on his sword and created a shock wave sending the part of the salt mountain into orbit were it collected into a moon made of salt. They were level 2 at this point.
Rouge at this point too was becoming a bit much and his character wanted to die real hard but he could not. He drank Crude Oil got a NAT 20 of CON save didn't die. He found the strongest alcohol and nearly died but instead he just got a huge trip to the land of pain were he was told by death he could not die. The party met God (Shaggy in this case) and got super buffed. Goku commissioned a massive 50 foot tall monolithic statue of himself. Many other things happen that I will be back if I remember them.
The Party eventually headed to the Red-brand's hideout and whooped the Red-brands arses so hard they all pretty much died. By the time the party got to the trapped hallway there were no Red-brands left at the hideout and at the Trapped Hallway the the rouge fell in to the pit and started bouncing floor to ceiling really fast. After this they manage to rescue the some of the people turning the enemies into Blood Rubies [Harry Wizard was broken AF]. After that they found a ravine they had to cross with two bridges both trapped. The party try to jump after finding the bridges trapped and Harry Wizard and Biffle make it across to help the others. And they had there new Party member Gannon Dwarf (No relation) who was also a cleric. They cleared out the dungeon with out much issue until they found a mimic named Chester. They managed to befriend the mimic and not die then they slaughtered the evil spell caster in his office. They managed to clear out a dungeon rather easily. And then came escaping the dungeon, on there way out rouge fell into the crevasse and there was a monster down there but then Chester came down and made it paste along with the rouge's foot. Harry Wizard tried to turn the rouges skeleton into mithril but only succeeded in turning it into mithril flavored cast iron. then after that happened the rouge really wanted to die so Harry Wizard just turned him into a Blood Ruby. Then after that the Party left the dungeon with Harry Wizard and his new sword.
When they got out there was a crowd of Goblins standing outside and Gannon tried to find the smartest goblins and he found them with a NAT 20 Investigation check. then 2 more Nat 20's later the goblins were building a tower to the moons. Then in a matter of minutes they had a tower that stretched to the moons and they were mining mithril. Thus starting the GMMC (Goblin Mithril Mining Company). Then the party went up the elevator to there new control deck and started using Fusions of mithril and adamantine to make there super weapons dubbed the Glassers. They were large Telephone pole like darts about 40 ft long and a foot in diameter then they started the orbital bombardment of the planet of Toril killing all who did not bow to them at level 3.
That was the end of the Normal Arc and the beginning of the GMMC arc and the kick off for the rest of the stories in the Remembered Realms. If you want more from the Games I have been in then Ask in the comments Below. But until then Goodbye for now.
TL;DR: the Party got strong killed the planet at level 3 because the DM was bored and not very good.
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2020.10.15 18:36 DJGames5000 The Adventures of the group of 2 dwarfs, 2 humans and a halfling.

This is one of the many things that have happened while I was DMing for a group of close friends in 2018. It was most of our first times playing and I am going to say this up front Please prepare for your sessions.
We were playing 5e I was the DM and we had no idea what this first game would turn into.
So our story begins with the modal the Lost Mine of Phandelver for 5e. Starting off pretty simple with 2 human fighters (Goku and Vegeta), a human wizard (Your a Wizard Harry [yes that was his name]), a dwarf cleric (Bifflekrinkle the Tall), and a halfling rouge (names Rouge).
So they are riding in a cart heading towards Phandalin when they get jumped by 4 goblins at level 1. They managed to annihilate the goblins with shovels and only one PC(It was the Wizard) went down. They salted the courses of the goblins then headed off to try to find there hide out. They find a trap and it has a rope that is really sharp. Hi-jinks proceed to happen and they tie a few goblins to the cart.
When the party reach the hide out they confuse the goblins into letting them in to the cave and they find a room filled with wolves ( 2 wolves chained up). Then they try to tame the wolves Biffle succeeded but Harry the Wizard did not succeed. [Data Exsponged] And the Wizard was no more but then the worst idea I ever had as a DM was to just have well the wolf was now basically just a furry.
After that they tried several times and finally mad it to the end of the hideout with out much effort and the newly christened Harry Wizard (We didn't know this yet but he was broken and I gave him to my players as a pc not an NPC it was a Bad IDEA) were Harry wizard one-shot the boss and they all got loaded out with 5000 PP each [worse idea] and a bunch of drugs. They made it out of there with only one death and they picked up some new friends.
The party headed for the town of Phandalin at high speed (I mean really high speed like 60+mph speed) because Harry Wizard turned into a horse and pulled the cart then he tried to stop launching almost the hole party flying into a wall at high speed. Amazingly they all survived, they did put a hole in the wall though, but they were now in Phandalin. they use there surprising wealth to commission several things made from Mithril and pay for it all with there hundreds of thousands of gold. When that is done the party have a bit of down time were Harry Wizard proceeds to do the stupidest thing. (Keep in mind we didn't know the rules for prestidigitation yet it was still only a few sessions in) Harry wizard made his hand the size of a mountain and made a mountain of salt. Then he climbed it and jumped off landing on his sword and created a shock wave sending the part of the salt mountain into orbit were it collected into a moon made of salt. They were level 2 at this point.
Rouge at this point too was becoming a bit much and his character wanted to die real hard but he could not. He drank Crude Oil got a NAT 20 of CON save didn't die. He found the strongest alcohol and nearly died but instead he just got a huge trip to the land of pain were he was told by death he could not die. The party met God (Shaggy in this case) and got super buffed. Goku commissioned a massive 50 foot tall monolithic statue of himself. Many other things happen that I will be back if I remember them.
The Party eventually headed to the Red-brand's hideout and whooped the Red-brands arses so hard they all pretty much died. By the time the party got to the trapped hallway there were no Red-brands left at the hideout and at the Trapped Hallway the the rouge fell in to the pit and started bouncing floor to ceiling really fast. After this they manage to rescue the some of the people turning the enemies into Blood Rubies [Harry Wizard was broken AF]. After that they found a ravine they had to cross with two bridges both trapped. The party try to jump after finding the bridges trapped and Harry Wizard and Biffle make it across to help the others. And they had there new Party member Gannon Dwarf (No relation) who was also a cleric. They cleared out the dungeon with out much issue until they found a mimic named Chester. They managed to befriend the mimic and not die then they slaughtered the evil spell caster in his office. They managed to clear out a dungeon rather easily. And then came escaping the dungeon, on there way out rouge fell into the crevasse and there was a monster down there but then Chester came down and made it paste along with the rouge's foot. Harry Wizard tried to turn the rouges skeleton into mithril but only succeeded in turning it into mithril flavored cast iron. then after that happened the rouge really wanted to die so Harry Wizard just turned him into a Blood Ruby. Then after that the Party left the dungeon with Harry Wizard and his new sword.
When they got out there was a crowd of Goblins standing outside and Gannon tried to find the smartest goblins and he found them with a NAT 20 Investigation check. then 2 more Nat 20's later the goblins were building a tower to the moons. Then in a matter of minutes they had a tower that stretched to the moons and they were mining mithril. Thus starting the GMMC (Goblin Mithril Mining Company). Then the party went up the elevator to there new control deck and started using Fusions of mithril and adamantine to make there super weapons dubbed the Glassers. They were large Telephone pole like darts about 40 ft long and a foot in diameter then they started the orbital bombardment of the planet of Toril killing all who did not bow to them at level 3.
That was the end of the Normal Arc and the beginning of the GMMC arc and the kick off for the rest of the stories in the Remembered Realms. If you want more from the Games I have been in then Ask in the comments Below. But until then Goodbye for now.
TL;DR: the Party got strong killed the planet at level 3 because the DM was bored and not very good.
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2020.10.13 22:48 hammerag Can someone please tell me the name of the song that plays from 0:03-0:07?

I have been trying to find the name of the song that plays in the intro of this guy's video, from 0:03-0:07. Can someone please help me so I don't have to watch anymore of these videos.
It's Banana (DJ FLe - Minisiren Remix) - Conkarah ft. Shaggy, at about 1:00 minute in.
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2020.10.12 15:49 tubonjics1 Shaggy - Angel ft. Rayvon (Official Music Video)

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2020.09.28 02:23 themakeupgab Looking for Brown Shaggy Rug!

[LF]: Brown Shaggy Rug [FT]: NMT or Bells
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2020.09.23 22:29 Dovahkitty99 Shaggy - Angel ft. Waluigi

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2020.09.14 16:48 nblaimaeans [LF] Blue persian and shaggy [FT] NMT, bells, gold, rusted parts, your wishlist etc

Persian and shaggy rugs*** lol
Please comment below if you have either!
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2020.09.02 01:32 assassincruz29 [LF] Green shaggy rug [FT] nmt with a mix of bells

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2020.08.27 09:42 Starfire-Galaxy Shaggy ft. Rayvon - Angel

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2020.08.25 19:45 night_wanderer_ 32 [M4F] #Brighton Just moved into a new spot next to BC, looking to chill with a cool girl

Just moved in and seeing who's around. Be cool to meet someone nearby to hang with. Either as friends or maybe more if we click. Live about a block down from BC. Normal guy. Good job, live alone. Shaggy hair. Blue eyes. Around 6 ft (actually lol) some tattoos. 420 friendly but don't have to do if you don't feel like it. Just looking to hangout, drink some wine and just get to know someone laid back and chill.
DM me if you're interested. The anonymity on here can be a little sketchy so probably need to Facetime or go on another app before hanging out, but whatever works for you.
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2020.08.15 21:49 DesiAlexa RDT YouTube Playlist - August 15, 2020

No. Requested_by VIDEO OP's Remark
1 kawaiiiiiiijay Make the World Go Away None
2 kawaiiiiiiijay John Denver - Annie's Song (Official Audio) None
3 burnh12 MADNO None
4 The-Soldier-in-White Gladiator • Now We Are Free • Hans Zimmer & Lisa Gerrard Tagging u_GumnaamFlautist None
5 burnh12 Yeh Honsla None
6 burnh12 Ek Jindari Lyrical Video - Hindi Medium - Irrfan Khan, Saba Qamar - Sachin -Jigar None
7 co_coa Kho Gaye Hum Kahan -Full Video -Baar Baar Dekho - Sidharth Malhotra, Katrina K- Jasleen R, Prateek K None
8 burnh12 Mukeshwa Ke Debe Ta Sar Jae None
9 co_coa Few minutes before dhoni hit the last ball six of worldcup 2011 None
10 co_coa Raat Raazi None
11 burnh12 Om Mangalam (Uncut Video Song) - Kambakkht Ishq - Akshay Kumar & Kareena Kapoor None
12 bubblebudgie Skeeter Davis ~ The End of The World (1962) None
13 burnh12 Nazar Nazar - Video Song - Fida - Shahid Kapoor & Kareena Kapoor - Udit N & Sapna - Anu Malik None
14 The-Soldier-in-White Beyoncé - Haunted (Michael Diamond Remix) None
15 BUNTOLEY Hanita Bhambri - Nothing For Our Own None
16 wannaboolwithme Joji ft. Clams Casino - CAN'T GET OVER YOU None
17 poopy__bunghole Maroon 5 - She Will Be Loved (Official Music Video) None
18 Meraxes373 Cat's In The Cradle None
19 wannaboolwithme Island Song (Come Along with Me) (feat. Ashley Eriksson) None
20 co_coa Post Malone - rockstar ft. 21 Savage None
21 poopy__bunghole Oh I'm A Good Old Rebel None
22 Cucumber_Which Snow Patrol - Open Your Eyes (Official Video) None
23 Ursamajorazure Aao Chalein None
24 HoeYouknowme Rajnigandha Phool Tumhare - Rajnigandha Song - Amol Palekar - Vidya Sinha - Lata Mangeshkar None
25 Meraxes373 George Jones - He Stopped Loving Her Today None
26 Cucumber_Which Magic - Colbie Caillat (lyrics) None
27 Cucumber_Which Christina Perri - A Thousand Years [Official Music Video] None
28 Meraxes373 Willie Nelson - Buddy None
29 6abhi6jeet6 Jamiroquai - Love Foolosophy [Official Video] None
30 IIlIlllIIIll Vengaboys - To Brazil! None
31 hocuspocusmucous Jennifer Lopez - Ain't Your Mama None
32 Mokshadeva PESQUISEI "BRAZIL" no GOOGLE (o que os gringos buscam sobre Brasil) None
33 hocuspocusmucous Scene Contra - Premam None
34 Oxeam3 Linkin Park - Roads Untraveled None
35 akhileshthorat In The End (Official Video) - Linkin Park None
36 wannaboolwithme The Weeknd - Blinding Lights None
37 parlejibiscoot Backstreet Boys - I Want It That Way (Official Music Video) None
38 antonvandyck Afroman - Colt 45 lyrics (High Quality) None
39 poopy__bunghole Eye-To-Eye - A Goofy Movie Lyrics HD fuck u alexa, I meant this one
40 hocuspocusmucous Aao Raja - Gabbar Is Back - Chitrangada Singh - Yo Yo Honey Singh - Neha Kakkar -DanceParty None
41 xartaddct Shweta Shetty - Johnny Joker Video None
42 co_coa Harry Styles - Sign of the Times (Official Video) None
43 antonvandyck Pitbull ft. Chris Brown - International Love (Official Video) None
44 antonvandyck Pitbull - Timber ft. Ke$ha (Official Video) None
45 bubblebudgie Angel Eyes - Raghav Tere Baaton Mein None
46 xartaddct 50 Cent ft. Justin Timberlake - Ayo Technology (Official Video) None
47 Oxeam3 Ava Max - Who's Laughing Now [Official Music Video] None
48 bitchiamsexy Lazy Weekends - Make You Remember (Lyrics) ft. Your Friends None
49 6abhi6jeet6 Alisha Chinai - Made In India Official Video - Milind Soman - Biddu - Ken Ghosh None
50 xartaddct Justin Timberlake - LoveStoned/I Think She Knows Interlude None
51 co_coa Foster The People - Pumped up Kicks (Official Music Video) None
52 poopy__bunghole Justin Timberlake - SexyBack (Director's Cut) ft. Timbaland None
53 cask_pussyslayer Sunny Leone - Saree Wali Girl - Girik Aman None
54 xartaddct The Weeknd - In The Night / Can’t Feel My Face (Victoria Secret Paris Fashion Show) 4K HDR VIDEO 32D None
55 parlejibiscoot Vengaboys - Shalala lala None
56 co_coa Kanye West - Heartless None
57 hocuspocusmucous O Meri Jaan Full Video - Tum Mile-Emraan Hashmi,Soha Ali Khan-Pritam-KK-Sayeed Quadri None
58 Ursamajorazure Kahan hoon main -- Rasm-E- Duniya Not this one
59 6abhi6jeet6 The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face (Official Video) None
60 antonvandyck Smile - Butterfly (Official Music Video) None
61 hocuspocusmucous Maaloom (Full Video Song) - Lekar Hum Deewana Dil - Armaan Jain & Deeksha Seth None
62 xartaddct Timbaland-Bounce (Original) None
63 antonvandyck Usher - DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love (Official Music Video) ft. Pitbull None
64 hocuspocusmucous Dil Dance Maare - Full Song - Tashan - Akshay Kumar - Saif Ali Khan - Kareena Kapoor None
65 co_coa purani jeans aur guitar..(missing lovly years 1998) :( None
66 antonvandyck Bad Boys (Theme from COPS) None
67 hocuspocusmucous Chhaliya - Full Song - Tashan - Kareena Kapoor - Sunidhi Chauhan - Piyush Mishra None
68 terimeowki Fkj & Masego - Tadow None
69 bubblebudgie Shaggy - Hey Sexy Lady ft. Brian & Tony Gold (Official Music Video) None
70 poopy__bunghole Crazy Frog - Axel F (Official Video) None
71 antonvandyck R. Kelly - Ignition (Remix) (Official Music Video) None
72 Superbhatam Blue - One Love (Official Music Video) None
73 burnh12 Sean Paul - Temperature (Official Video) None
74 bubblebudgie Vengaboys - Kiss (When The Sun Don't Shine) None
75 antonvandyck Los Del Rio - Macarena (Bayside Boys Remix) None
76 xartaddct Lou Bega - Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of...) (Official Video) None
77 Meraxes373 Sam Stone None
78 Cucumber_Which Las Ketchup - The Ketchup Song (Asereje) (Spanglish Version) (Official Video) None
79 trspnpnpn Tomb Raider - Reborn Trailer Music (Fired Earth and Liquid Cinema Mix) None
80 darkdaemon000 TONES AND I - DANCE MONKEY (OFFICIAL VIDEO) None
81 Cucumber_Which Vengaboys - Shalala lala None
82 terimeowki George Michael - Careless Whisper (Official Video) None
83 jadoo George Ezra - Budapest (Official Music Video) None
84 bubblebudgie JENNIFER PAIGE "CRUSH" original version (Official Video) HQ None
85 Cucumber_Which The Corrs - Erin Shore ALBUM VERSION None
86 trspnpnpn Sixteen Hundred Men None
87 Meraxes373 George Jones - He Stopped Loving Her Today None
88 trspnpnpn Game of Thrones - The Rains Of Castamere - by The National None
89 Meraxes373 Heaven's Light/Hellfire None
90 Cucumber_Which Sona Kitna Sona Hai - Govinda & Karisma Kapoor - Udit N & Poornima - Hero No.1 - 90's Blockbuster None
91 Meraxes373 Coco - Proud Corazón (Official Audio) None
92 i_Killed_Reddit Frenzo Harami - Tujhe Maaf Kiya [Music Video] So edgy
93 InfamousDosa Kisi Ki Muskurahaton Pe Ho Nisar - Raj Kapoor - Anari - Mukesh - Evergreen Hindi Songs HD None
94 i_Killed_Reddit Kyun Kisi Ko (Video Song) - Tere Naam - Salman Khan - Bhumika Chawla None
95 InfamousDosa Bade Achche Lagte Hain - Balika Badhu - Sachin Pilgaonkar, Rajni Sharma - Old Hindi Song None
96 i_Killed_Reddit Poha Recipe-How to make Kanda Poha-Easy Indian Breakfast Recipe-Savory Flattened Rice PohaRevolution
97 xartaddct Kitna Haseen Chehra - Dilwale Songs - Ajay Devgan - Raveena Tandon - Kumar Sanu - Kumar Sanu None
98 Superbhatam Kygo - Sunrise ft. Jason Walker (Official Audio) None
99 ppccbba Justin Bieber - Baby (Official Music Video) ft. Ludacris None
100 Devi-Prasad-Mishra Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna Lyric Video - Title Song-Shahrukh,Rani,Preity,Abhishek-Alka Yagnik None
101 burnh12 Chak De India - Full Title Song - Shah Rukh Khan - Sukhvinder Singh - Salim - Marianne D'Cruz None
102 Fascist_littlestbaby Faad dunga -- Round2Hell Latest video -- R2H None
103 GumnaamFlautist Woh Shaam Kuch Ajeeb Thi - Kishore Kumar - Khamoshi 1969 Songs - Waheeda Rehman, Rajesh Khanna None
104 Superbhatam Sunsetz - Cigarettes After Sex None
105 MainChompuTuBhompu A.R. Rahman - Maa Tujhe Salaam - Vande Mataram None
106 burnh12 Guru - Shauk hai (full song) None
107 bawli_poonch A.R. Rahman - Ay Hairathe Best Audio Song-Guru-Aishwarya Rai-Abhishek Bachchan-Alka None
108 aaluinsonaout Rang Barse - Holi Song - रंग बरसे - Silsila - Amitabh Bachchan, Rekha - Sanjeev Kumar, Jaya - होली None
109 ppccbba Pokemon: Pikachu Loves Ketchup Good bot
110 Crashttappen She Couldn't (Official Audio) - Linkin Park None
111 jinnemeradilluteya Bhai Bhai (Bhala Mori Rama) Song - Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ramleela None
112 kawaiiiiiiijay Abba - Mamma Mia (Official Video) None
113 Superbhatam Lose Yourself None
114 iaintwotuthink Simple Plan - Welcome To My Life (Official Video) None
115 xartaddct Sadda Haq Full Video Song Rockstar - Ranbir Kapoor None
116 i_Killed_Reddit Paisa Paisa (HD) Full Video Song - De Dana Dan - Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif - Best Bollywood Songs None
117 parlejibiscoot Khuda Se Mannat He Meri Full Video Song - HD - Mohanlal - Keerthichakra Movie Song None
118 terimeowki BENEE - Supalonely ft. Gus Dapperton good bot
119 Cucumber_Which Friends Theme song with lyrics None
120 Supernovaphoton Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga - Title Song - Anil - Sonam - Rajkummar - Juhi - Darshan - Rochak None
121 Ursamajorazure Baby Doll Full Video Song Ragini MMS 2 - Sunny Leone - Meet Bros Anjjan Feat. Kanika Kapoor Not This one pagli
122 Ursamajorazure Funniest Animals Scaring People Reactions of 2016 Weekly Compilation - Kyoot Animals None
123 Cucumber_Which How to Grow Cucumbers - Complete Growing Guide good bot
124 HoeYouknowme Give Ireland Back To The Irish None
125 BadSalad420 The Cranberries - Zombie (Official Music Video) None
126 HoeYouknowme The Cranberries - This Is The Day None
127 bitchiamsexy Ae Mere Watan Ke Logon with lyrics- Lata Mangeshkar - Live in Concert None
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2020.08.15 12:11 christnmusicreleases Steven Malcolm ft. Shaggy - Fuego (Remix) [Urban]

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2020.08.11 01:51 pikatokes [LF] Green shaggy rug, Ivory small round mat, Pastel puzzle wall [FT] Bells, wishlists

I’m so close to completing my wallpaperug list! Only need these 3 items. I can offer bells or if you have a wishlist please send to me, I have lots of furniture variations available for trade! :)
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2020.08.06 05:30 DesiAlexa RDT YouTube Playlist - August 06, 2020

No. Requested_by VIDEO OP's Remark
1 burnh12 Tu Pyar Hai Kisi Aur Ka (Full Song) Film - Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin None
2 Sexy_Papeeta Aap Ki Nazro Ne Samjha - Bollywood Classic Romantic Song None
3 burnh12 "Kyun Main Jaagoon" Full Song Patiala House - Akshay Kumar None
4 burnh12 Akon - Lonely (Official Video) None
5 PresidentofRDT Flo Rida - Right Round (feat. Ke$ha) [US Version] (Official Video) None
6 bubblebudgie Shaggy It Wasn't Me (Official Music Video) (uncensored) None
7 Meraxes373 Aa Hi Jaiye (Video Song) - Lajja - Urmila Matondkar None
8 Almost_Deflowered tu pyaar ka sagar hai.. manna dey,film seema None
9 burnh12 Abhi Ja Abhi Ja - Lucky Ali (Sur 2002) [Remastered] None
10 altof_someone Lyrical:Tum Jo Aaye -Once Upon A Time In Mumbai - Ajay Devgn - Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Tulsi Kumar None
11 MainChompuTuBhompu A.R. Rahman - Luka Chuppi Best Audio Song-Rang De Basanti-Aamir Khan-Lata Mangeshkar-Soha None
12 PresidentofRDT Lil Pump - "ESSKEETIT" (Official Music Video) None
13 aaluinsonaout Subha Ka Hai Waqt None
14 Sexy_Papeeta Pyar Hame Kis Mod - Amitabh Bachchan - Satte Pe Satta Songs - Kishore Kumar Evergreen Song None
15 co_coa Yeh Raaten Yeh Mausam - Sanam ft. Simran Sehgal > Yeh Raaten Yeh Mausam
16 Toosie_slide_2020 Chaiyya Chaiyya Full Video Song - Dil Se - Shahrukh Khan, Malaika Arora Khan - Sukhwinder Singh None
17 HoeYouknowme Yeh Sama, Sama Hai Ye Pyar Ka - Jab Jab Phool Khile Songs - Shashi Kapoor - Nanda - Lata Mangeshkar None
18 Almost_Deflowered Likhe Jo Khat Tujhe - Sanam None
19 dowtorr_woah DJ Khaled "All I Do Is Win" feat. Ludacris, Rick Ross, T-Pain & Snoop Dogg / Victory In Stores Now None
20 Almost_Deflowered Yeh Raaten Yeh Mausam - Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle @ Dilli Ka Thug - Kishore Kumar, Nutan None
21 Sexy_Papeeta Likhe Jo Khat Tujhe Woh Teri Yaad Mein [HD] 1080P None
22 MainChompuTuBhompu Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Candace Against The Universe - Official Trailer - Disney+ None
23 kawaiiiiiiijay Looking Glass - Brandy (You're a Fine Girl) (Audio) None
24 kawaiiiiiiijay Make the World Go Away None
25 kawaiiiiiiijay Childish Gambino - Redbone (Official Audio) None
26 kawaiiiiiiijay Fade To Black None
27 PresidentofRDT Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama None
28 xartaddct Archer - Just The Tip! None
29 kawaiiiiiiijay Abba - Waterloo None
30 unyk99 Coldplay - Yellow (Official Video) None
31 kawaiiiiiiijay The Belt of Faith None
32 KyaReNaina FOR THE DAMAGED CODA MEMES COMPILATION None
33 KyaReNaina The Cinematic Orchestra Arrival of the Birds & Transformation None
34 KyaReNaina Blonde Redhead - For the Damaged Coda None
35 Supernovaphoton Tera Ghata - Gajendra Verma Ft. Karishma Sharma - Vikram Singh - Official Video None
36 burnh12 Jaanam None
37 Cucumber_Which Bend over - RDX good bot
38 burnh12 Welcome - Title Track - Lyrical Video - Nana Patekar - Anil Kapoor - Akshay Kumar - Katrina Kaif None
39 par_me_sh_war Lyrical: Uska Hi Banana - 1920 Evil Returns - Arijit Singh - Aftab Shivdasani, Tia Bajpai None
40 Ursamajorazure Channa Mereya - Lyric Video - Ae Dil Hai Mushkil - Karan Johar - Ranbir - Anushka - Pritam - Arijit None
41 bubblebudgie Raffi - Bananaphone None
42 Baldie02 banana ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) None
43 samacknojia Roo Panes - Little Giant None
44 6abhi6jeet6 Opeth - Hope Leaves (Audio) None
45 atmanirbhar Dawn of the Dead (2/11) Movie CLIP - Zombies Ate My Neighbors (2004) HD None
46 xartaddct Miike Snow - Genghis Khan (Official Video) None
47 ppccbba Hatt Ja Tau Video - Veerey Ki Wedding - Sunidhi Chauhan - Sapna Chaudhary Good bot
48 ppccbba Yeh Parda Hata Do - Ek Phool Do Mali - Hit Romantic Song - Sadhana, Sanjay Khan None
49 Almost_Deflowered Eric Clapton - Cocaine ( HD ) Good bot
50 bubblebudgie Gordon Ramsay on Cocaine - First Look - ITV Wtf
51 burnh12 Hum Aapke Hain Koun Full Movie - (Part 1/17) - Salman Khan, Madhuri - Full Length Hindi Movie None
52 ppccbba लॉलीपॉप लागेलू - Pawan Singh - Lollypop Lagelu - Bhojpuri Hit Songs HD None
53 Baldie02 Lil Wayne - Lollipop ft. Static (Official Music Video) Aree bhojpuri wala chalana tha lawdi.
54 burnh12 Ladki Kyon - Full Song - Hum Tum - Saif Ali Khan - Rani Mukerji - Alka Yagnik - Shaan None
55 burnh12 Chhodo Kal Ki Baatein: By Mukesh - Hum Hindustani (1961) - Hindi [Republic Day Special] With Lyrics None
56 i_Killed_Reddit Zinda Hoon Main (Full Song) - Zinda - Lara Dutta - John Abraham None
57 burnh12 Yahan koi nahi None
58 kawaiiiiiiijay My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme from "Titanic") None
59 sharmaji Same Beef - Bohemia -Ft.- Sidhu Moose Wala - Byg Byrd - New Punjabi Song - Most Popular Punjabi Song None
60 jinnemeradilluteya Gur Nalo Ishq Mitha - Bally Sagoo None
61 FatMunkay Dil Gira Dafatan Full Video - Delhi 6 - Abhishek Bachchan & Sonam Kapoor - A.R. Rahman None
62 FatMunkay Full Video: Dilli-6 - Delhi 6 - Abhishek Bachchan, Sonam Kapoor - A.R. Rahman None
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2020.08.05 06:09 kacy128 [LF] Simple Medium Blue Mat, Blue Shaggy Rug [FT] NMTs, Wishlist

I’m redesigning my room and I think these would look great in it! If you have one of these and would like to trade please let me know and drop the link of your wishlist too and I can see what I have. + Celeste is here :)
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2020.08.01 03:50 komondorok [FT] SHEP, the adorable shaggy dog, is up for grabs!

He is in boxes now. NMTs or a potential trade (depending on who you have). He has received gifts.
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2020.07.31 19:12 VerbalPuking Today I am saying goodbye to my home of black and blue.

It’s 10:57AM on Friday, July 31st 2020. The clouds are all encompassing, and the light drizzle brings with it a cool breeze that has been sorely missed these last few days. I’m surrounded by a sea of brown boxes and endless memories.
After 2 years, I am saying goodbye to my first “grown up” apartment. To the inky black of my room to the deep royal blue of my living room, even the fridge that only closes with a paint bucket pressed against it – I’m saying “see ya”. I had nonexistent credit, less than 40x the rent and yet a craigslist ad was all it took for me to get 1000sq ft for $1500 in NYC. I cleaned out the previous tenants’ items, I painted, and rolled my eyes at my parents who bemoaned their fate as my movers and threatened to go on vacation the next time.
I killed at least 4 plants, stomped on 3 cockroaches, caught 1 mouse, switched jobs and fell in love - all within the confines of black and blue. The last one has brought me the sweetest joy even at the cost of deep pain.
How to describe a home so rich in pigment, made even more vivid by the depth of my laughter and tears? When I first found that I held light in my belly, I laid on the shaggy white and black carpet and watched where blue walls met white ceiling, studied the moldings and shoved my face into the red couch so that I could pretend tears weren’t coming down my face. When I returned the little light, I let the black of my bedroom swallow me whole and it obliged by shielding me from the sunrises until I was ready to look at life in color again.
I could say that I fell deeply, madly, passionately in love and the words would still not be doing the experience justice. I was twirled around in my living room, the lights were off, nothing but his heartbeat and mine for music and “The Tree of Life” painting our captive audience. If I close my eyes and ignore the moving boxes, I can still see us dancing. My two left feet, his exasperated sighs and laughter that I thought would never end.
The hallway supported my back when I cried in fear of not landing the job I wanted so badly and the bathtub almost brained me when I hopped out to answer the call that told me I had gotten it. When I kicked him out, that same hallway held me up and the bathtub let me sink to its floor. The rug enveloped us in January when I tried to fuck reassurance into both of us that we could do this, that we could overcome this storm. The rug let me tear fluffs out as I thought of the final words to write in goodbye when the storm took me under. I just couldn’t bring myself to keep swimming in secret shadows anymore. It was too cold, too cramped. My love couldn’t flourish there anymore, it wanted the warm open waters of Baru.
During quarantine, these blue and black walls saw me learn to salsa, they watched me cry out the hurt and loneliness and most importantly they kept me company through endless 70’s show reruns. I’m heading to a place much softer now, the walls are lavender. It even has a pink ceiling! And as much as these bold colors call to me; I suppose you can’t stay black and blue forever. Eventually you feel compelled to turn towards the light and that's what I’m determined to do.
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2020.07.29 00:09 Dovahkitty99 Shaggy - Angel ft. Waluigi

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2020.07.24 16:32 seekknowledge SPOREGEEKS!! Offering P. cubensis microscopy spore syringes and gourmet/medicinal liquid cultures. New strains McKennaii, Costa Rica, Golden Cluster F., Jedi Mind F., Golden Mammoth and Taman Negara. Also now offering a limited collection of spore prints!

SporeGeeks!!

Please read as some of our products have changed!
We offer high quality mushroom spores suspended in a sterile solution, and high quality live mushroom mycelium liquid cultures. Produced in a sterile lab, our products are guaranteed to be contaminate free. We use only the highest quality syringes and needles. Syringes are capped to prevent contamination. A Sterile 18ga needle is included. I have been a member of Reddit for almost 8 years, and have been selling spores and cultures here for over 5 years.

Prices for all syringes! Prices include 1st class USPS shipping cost. All syringes are 12ml. Pick from any P. cubensis strain or gourmet/medicinal liquid culture
1 syringe for $10
3 syringes for $25
5 for $40
10 for $70
$8.50 each additional syringe

Psilocybe cubensis microscopy spore syringes.
  1. AA+ - Albino A+ is a unique leucistic mutation of the A-Strain.
  2. Acaidian Coast - Original genetics from Florida.
  3. AJAX(Back in stock) - I received the original print from a friend in Jacksonville Florida. He found the light colored cube near Jacksonville and gave out of few prints. I personally liked this strain very much and found it easy to work with.
  4. Alacabenzi - Cross between Alabama and Mexican Cabenzi strains. Easy to work with.
  5. Amazon - From the Amazon rain forest. A great strain for any collection.
  6. B+ - The B stands for Big! A great beginner strain. Origins of this strain are unknown
  7. Blue Meanie - This name is most commonly known as a Panaeolus cyanescens, this is a Psilocybe cubensis strain given the same name which often creates confusion.
  8. Burma - Original genetics from Yangoon, Myanmar (Burma)
  9. Cambodian - Original genetics found by John Allen in Cambodia
  10. Creeper (sold out) - Unknown Origins
  11. Cuba - Original genetics from Cuba
  12. Dakak Beach - Original genetics from the Philippines
  13. Ecuador - Good beginner strain found at 10,000 ft altitude in the mountains of Ecuador
  14. Fiji - Original genetics from the south Pacific island of Fiji
  15. Golden Teacher - Great beginner strain, #1 top seller. Unknown Origins
  16. Golden Halo - Unique strain with red to golden spores
  17. Golden Mammoth(New!) -
  18. KSSS - Koh Samui Super Strain, mutated genetics from the original Koh Samui strain found in Thailand by John Allen
  19. Rusty White - Unique strain genetics, rust colored spores and leucistic
  20. McKennaii(New!) -
  21. Martinique - Original genetics from the Caribbean island of Martinique
  22. Matías Romero - Original genetics from Mexico
  23. Mazatapec - Original genetics from Mazatapec, Mexico
  24. Mexi-Cube - Original genetics from Mexico
  25. Jedi Mind Fuck(New!)
  26. PESA - Controversial origins. Originally sold as a hybrid strain. The strain does have extraordinary genetics but is highly unlikely to be a true hybrid
  27. PF Classic - A unique strain from the creator of the PF Tek, Psilocybe Fanaticus
  28. Purple Mystic(Coming soon!) - Original genetics from Florida
  29. Redboy - Unique strain with red spores, Unknown origins
  30. Shooting Stars(sold out) - A unique mushroom originally sold as a hybrid. While it does have very unique genetics it has yet to be proven to be a true hybrid.
  31. Stopharia - PF's Stropharia strain.
  32. Golden Cluster Fuck(New!) -
  33. Syzygy - Terence Mckenna strain from the 80s
  34. Texas Orange Cap - I did a trade with a friend from Germany in 2012, The prints were labeled Texas Orange Cap. At the time I could not find any information on the strain but I really liked this strain and found it very easy to work with
  35. Thai Pink Buffalo(coming soon) - From Koh Samui, this strain was found in a field that was occupied by a sacred Pink Buffalo
  36. Costa Rica(New!) -
  37. Taman Negara(New!) -
  38. Tulum - Is a strain that was worked on in Mexico, although this strain is not a hybrid, it is an attempt at a hybrid between Psilocybe baeocystis, Psilocybe cyanescens, Psilocybe masateca, and Psilocybe cubensis strain Thai Pink Buffalo
  39. Wollongong - Originally from the Illawarra escarpment near the city of Wollongong, Australia
  40. Columbian Rust Spore -
  41. Z-strain-

We also offer a Beginner Microscopy kit for $30. Each Kit includes 2 Golden Teacher spore syringes and 2 B+ spore syringes
We also offer a grab bag of 4 mystery P. cubensis syringes for $30. Each 12ml syringe will be labeled with the strain name

New!! Now offering Spore Prints!

We have teamed up with one of our print suppliers to offer high quality spore prints on heavy duty foil.
Each Spore Print is $10
Currently offering
Golden Cluster Fuck (5 prints in stock)
Ajax (10+ prints in stock)
Ecuador (10+ prints in stock)
Wollongong (10+ Prints in stock)
Blue Meanie (10+ Prints in stock)
Costa Rica (10+ Prints in stock)
Z-Strain (5 Prints in stock)
Very important please read carefully!! Psilocybe cubensis syringes are for Microscopy use only! Please do not contact me about growing or germinating spores or I will not RESPOND or ship you spores. While spores are legal to own in most states, P. cubensis cultivation is illegal in the United States and many other countries. No Shipping to California, Georgia, Or Idaho. No refunds for payments wanting shipped to California, Georgia, or Idaho.
Please do not contact me with any statements or questions concerning germination of spores after you have ordered! I will not respond to these types of questions and will block your user name. I do not grow or have information about growing spores. Spores are for microscopy use only.
I am looking for clean spore prints on foil. I am looking to buy or trade. I am interested in any P. cubensis strains.
If you are interested in growing mushrooms, We also carry a quality selection of Gourmet and Medicinal mushroom liquid cultures! Liquid culture can be used to expand the mycelium for fruiting. Liquid culture can be used to inoculate an wide variety of applications and is easy to work with. Liquid cultures come in 10ml syringes.
Gourmet and Medicinal mushroom liquid cultures
  1. Agaricus campestris
  2. Clitocybe nuda(sold out)
  3. Coprinus comatus - Shaggy Mane
  4. Cordyceps militaris
  5. Cordyceps sorbolifera
  6. Flammulina verlutipes -golden enoki
  7. Ganoderma lucidium Red -Reishi
  8. Ganoderma resinaceum
  9. Ganoderma sessile
  10. Grifola frondosa - Hen of the Woods
  11. Hericium erinaceum - Lions Mane,
  12. Hypholoma sublateritium - Brick Cap
  13. Kuehneromyces mutabilis - Sheathed Woodtuft
  14. Laetiporus cincinnatus - White Pored Chicken of the Woods
  15. Lentinula edodes - Generic Shiitake
  16. Lentinula edodes - Straw Shiitake
  17. Lentinula edodes - Shiitake 75
  18. Lentinula edodes - Shiitake 3782
  19. Lentinula edodes - Chocolate Cap Shiitake
  20. Panellus stipticus - Bioluminescence
  21. Pestalotiopsis microspora - Endophytic fungus with potential for breaking down Polyurethane
  22. Pleurotus citrinopileatus - Golden Oyster
  23. Pleurotus cystidiosus
  24. Pleurotus djamor - Pink Oyster
  25. Pleurotus eryngii - King Oyster
  26. Pleurotus ostreatus - Pearl Oyster
  27. Pleurotus ostreatus var. bratislavia - Blue Oyster
  28. Pleurotus ostreatus var. colombinus - Blue Oyster
  29. Pleurotus pulmonarius - Phoenix Oyster
  30. Trametes versicolor - Turkey Tail
  31. Hericuim americanum -
Mushroom liquid cultures can be shipped anywhere in the USA.
We also sell packaged sterile 12ml syringes for $3 each. We can no longer offer additional needles
Free USPS 1st Class shipping for all orders inside of USA! Tracking number provided! Add $8 for priority 2-3 day shipping. Add $27 for express 1-2 day shipping. Due to Covid-19 please expect 1- 3 day shipping delays. Express shipping is not effected and remains 1-2 days. Discrete and well packaged!
We ship Spore Prints World Wide, We cannot ship Spore syringes or Gourmet Cultures outside of USA or USA provinces.
Please private message or invite me to chat to order! Include your strain selection and preferred payment method for fast service. I will get back to you shortly!
Paypal, Venmo, Cashapp, Bitcoin, and cash by mail accepted for payment.
Located in Central USA which means faster shipping anywhere in USA. Orders are processed and shipped within 48 hours of payment.
Contact me if you have any questions or would like order!
If you are unsure, please check my reviews and I promise you will not be disappointed! My reviews are genuine and honest.
Have a great day and thank you for taking the time to visit
Seek
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