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lolzandtrollz: See? Now You Know How To Whistle With Your Fingers: a Fig 1: Form an "A" shape with your index and middle fingers using both hands. Extend your middle and index fingers on both hands, keeping them close together, while your thumbs hold down your ring and pinky fingers. Place your two middle fingers together, forming an "A" shape. Ifeel like I get a louder and more forceful whistle using this finger combo. Fig 2: Draw back your lips to cover your teeth. Lip placement is key, Give your lips a quick lick to wet your whistle. Tuck your lips back over your teeth. It's what you do when you pretend youre an old man without any teeth. Your lips need to cover your teeth in order to whistle successfully Feel free to adjust howmuch or lite you tuck your lips back. It's going to vary from person to person. Your fingers will help keep your bottom lip tudked over your teeth. Fig 3: Push tongue back into mouth. Place the tip of your fingers underneath your tongue right at the tip. Push the tip of your tongue back with your fingers. You're basically folding the first 1/4 of your tongue back on itself. Push your tongue back into your mouth until your first knuckle reaches your bottom lips. Fig 4: Blow through the hole between your two index fingers. Give a soft blow out your mouth. You should feel the air only go out over your bottom lip. If you feel air coming out the sides of your mouth, dlose your mouth tighter around your fingers. Remember, perfect seal Make sure you don't see your tongue make an appearance in the hole between your fingers! I's blocking the air from coming out. You probably won't get a sound right off the bat. That's okay. Adjust your finger placement under your tongue and experiment with different finger angles and varying degrees of lip tuckage until you find the sweet spot. Experimentation is key-keep making little adjustments. You'll know when you're getting close to your whistle sweet spot because you'll start producing a noise that sounds sort of like you're blowing over a beer bottle. Start blowing more forcefully, until you get that high-pitched and loud whistle. you should probably ge to TheMetaPicture.com LLLTSA lolzandtrollz: See? Now You Know How To Whistle With Your Fingers

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So I found this super long reblog about a pretty dangerous wasp:: weavemama WHIO-TV Do you know what to do if you're bitten by a tarantula hawk wasp? on.whio.com/2tjwp8X 7/3/17, 3:13 PM BY A WHAT artistil THATS ALL THE BIG SCARIES IN ONE BUG TFFF JU 1petulantkitten Give it a dime, apparently 1petulantkitten Had to go research this thing, and the answer to what to do if it stings you is scream. from Wikipedia- "One researcher described the pain a immediate, excruciating, unrelenting pain that simply shuts down one's ability to do anything, except scream. Mental discipline simply does not work in these situations. In terms of scale, the wasp's sting is rated near the top of the Schmidt sting pain index, second only to that of the bullet ant, and is described by Schmidt as "blinding, fierce [and] shockingly electric"." momma-crow Soooooo..dissociate to escape or? thesallowbeldam It's laying eggs in you. prokopetz Let's back up a second and fully appreciate that description The Schmidt sting pain index, a widely used classification system for the bites and stings of ants, bees and wasps, is literally the personal ranking system of a guy named Justin Schmidt, who goes around letting bugs sting him for science. Like, that's this Thing as a scientist In one entry, he describes the sting of the common bee as "almost pleasant, [likel a lover just bit your earlobe a little too hard. In another, the sting of the yellowjacket is described as "hot and smoky, almost irreverent. Imagine W. C. Fields extinguishing a cigar on your tongue." So when the Schmidt sting pain index characterises the sting of the tarantula hawk as "blinding, fierce [and] shockingly electric" well, now you know what your standard for comparison is! moonsofavalon this is fascinating but when do we kinkshame Justin Schmidt surprisebitch Justin Schmidt is the epitome of masochism Source: weavemama 216,685 notes So I found this super long reblog about a pretty dangerous wasp:
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