my favourite insults are the ones where you just take a noun and a swear and mash them together. what’s up pisscouch? how you doin’ fucktrain. hope you’re havin’ a swell day, asslamp
emma-of-hearts asked: Just a friendly reminder, since I see a picture of cats who are given baths: Try to avoid getting a cats face when bathing it, since cats can get pretty bad sinus infections if they get water in their ears or nose, and if the cat can stand it, put cotton balls in it's ears. If they have something on their face that needs cleaning, use a damp towel.
Since Zabraks have two hearts, when talking about their heart rate would you call it their “hearts rate” or “heart rates” “hearts’ rate(s)” or “hearts rates?”
Which one you use would depend on the context, but I know “heart rates” and “hearts’ rates” would be correct.Edit: It’s possible that “heart rate” might be correct as well, but I’d have to check on that.
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