My older cat got sick of my kitten trying to play with him so he pinned him down and licked him until he fell asleep
I think the quote is ‘on VA voir’ not ‘on RA voir’ ??
Ok I kinda derped. In the gif the ask is referring to it says ‘ra’ not ‘va’ which was on my mind when I read the ask. And of course makes no sense. I totally derped in reading the ask and misread ‘va’ as ‘ra’. So my mistake there.
And that makes more sense, ‘on va voir’ actually translates.
Ok so I am an actual fucking derp. And this is why I shouldn’t do shit late at night when I need sleep. The gif does say ‘va’. For some reason i thought it sid ‘ra’(probably because I was thinking it was a misspelling/phonetic spelling of ‘au revoir’ so my brain autocorrected it to ‘ra’ when it shouldn’t have).
Tolkien died in 1973. Reverse it and you get 3791.Three rings for the elven kings under the sky, seven for the dwarf-lords in their halls of stone, nine for mortal men doomed to die, and one for the dark lord on his dark throne.
Wolves fighting for dominance as a “thing” came from observation of captive packs. Observation of genuinely wild packs has revealed that it is not, in fact, a “thing.”
Y’hear that, ya shitty modern werewolf writers?
hear that, self-styled “alpha males”?
They weren’t even captive packs, they were a bunch of unrelated wolves shoved together in too-small a space.
So if you’re an ‘alpha wolf’ then you are, in point of fact, not the noble, fierce and imposing leader of a group who respects you, but a scared wild creature with no social support frantically lashing out at strangers to try and gain some semblance of control over a fundamentally uncontrollable environment?
That would explain a few things.
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Uhh, are you sure? Cause when I translate ‘We’ll see’/We will see, I get ‘nous verrons’ or ‘On verra'(voir being the verb 'to see'). In fact, the word 'ra' doesn't seem to translate AT ALL. Like literally, no translator I find will translate ra, and when I input 'on ra voir' into any of them I get some version of 'we ra see' or 'we see ra'.