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Birthday, Crush, and Drugs: Pick a number? THE BASICS REDDIT SEX & SEXUALITY 49. Are you a virgin 1 Age 25. How many lollowers do you have 26. Favorite subreddit 2 Gander 50, Has anyone seen you naknd 51. Have you any tattoos/piercings 27. Favorke redditor 3 Height 4 Weight 28. Amount of time you spond on reddit 52. Have you had a same sex experience Where are you from 5 29. How many people have you chatted with 53. Havo you ever sent a nude 6 Zodiac sign 30. Last person you DM’d/Chatted 54. Have you ever sexted 7 First name 31. How many subreddils do you follow 55. Have you ever kissed anyone 8 Birthday 32. Do you foliow any NSFW subreddits 56. Ami attractive LOOKS FAVORITE THINGS SEXUAL NSFW 9 Favorite color 33. Hair slylo 57 Bra/dick sizo 10. Favorite lood 34. Hair color 58. Pubic hair natural, trimmed, shaved or none 11 Favorite music genre 35. Eye color 59. Do you have any body hair 12. Favorite song 36. Body type/buld 60. Guys-only are you circumcised 61. How often do you masturbate 13. Favorite movie 37. Ethnicity 14. Favorite tv show 38. Favorite outfit 62. Last time you masturbated 15. Favorite animal 39. What are you wearing 63. Have you ever watched pom 64. Ideal sexual/physical attributes 16. Favorite thing to do 40. Type of underwear you wear 65. Favorite sexual fantasty LIFE/EXPERIENCE RELATIONSHIPS 66. Turns ons / Turn offs 41 Sexuality 17. Your hobbics/sports 67 Any kinks 18. Future job/ambitions 42. Relationship status 43 Who is your crush MISC. 19 Have you drank / smoked 20. Have you done drugs 44. Celebrity crush 68. Send a selfie 70. Send me a DM/Chat message 21. Do you have any pets 45. Have you ever cheated on someone 46. Ideal girttriend/boytriend 22. Best memory 71. Ask whatever you ike (can’t say no) 23. Most embarrassing moment 47. Idea of a perfect date 72. Ask me one 24. Dream vacation 48. Have you asked anyone out EXTENDED EDITION JULY 2019 THE REDDIT R/TEENAGERS PICK A NUMBER GAME 12:38pm rn

Kid has no internet access, goes to shopping mall to use tablet to do school homework. Praise the guys at the store that let him use it whenever he needs

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Birthday, Crush, and Drugs: Pick a number? THE BASICS REDDIT SEX & SEXUALITY 49. Are you a virgin 1 Age 25. How many followers do you have 2 Gender 26. Favorite subreddit 50. Has anyone seen you naked 3. Height 27 Favorite redditor 51. Have you any tattoos/ piercings 4 Welght 28. Amount of time you spend on reddit 52. Have you had a same sex experience 5. 53. Have you ever sent a nude Where are you from 29. How many poople have you chatted with 6. Zodiac sign 30. Last person you DM’d/Chatted 54. Have you ever sexted 31 How many subreddits do you follow 55. Have you ever kissed anyone 7 First name Am I attractive 8 Birthday 32, Do you follow any NSFW subreddits 56. FAVORITE THINGS LOOKS SEXUAL NSFW 33. Hair style 9. Favorite color 57. Bra dick size 10. Favorite food 34. Hair color 58. Pubic hair: natural, trimmed, shaved or none 11. Favorite music genre 35. Eye color 59. Do you have any body hair 60. Guys-only: are you circumcised 61. How often do you masturbate 12. Favorite song 36. Body type /build 13. Favorte movic 37 Ethnicity 14. Favorite tv show 38. Favorite outfit 62. Last time you masturbated 15. Favorite animal 63. Have you ever watched porn 39. What are you wearing 16. Favorite thing to do 64. Ideal sexual / physical attributes 40. Type of underwear you wear 65. Favorite sexual fantasty LIFE EXPERIENCE RELATIONSHIPS 66. Turns ons/ Turn offs 17. Your hobbies/sports 41 Sexualty 67 Any kinks 42. Relationship status 18. Future job / ambitions 19. Have you drank /smoked 43. Who is your crush MISC 68. Send a selfie 20. Have you done drugs 44. Celebrity crush 70. Send me a DM/Chat message 21. Do you have any pets 45. Have you ever cheated on someone 22. Best memory 46. Ideal girtfriend /boyftriend 71. Ask whatever you like (can’t say no) 23. Most embarrassing moment 72. Ask me one 47. Idea of a perfect date 48. Have you asked anyone out 24. Dream vacation THE REDDIT R/TEENAGERS PICK A NUMBER GAME EXTENDED EDITION JULY 2019 13m I’m convincing my debate teacher to let us watch the a51 raid on class on Friday.

Impeach this monster!

Being Alone, Cats, and Children: Riley The sweetest, wiggliest and happiest girl. Soft, Friendly and Playful. Easy to handle. Sits on command Earned all ID# 28801 coveted 1 s on her Safer. AVERAGE HOME 6 yrs old, 50 lbs Waiting on Love @ Booklyn ACC TO BE KILLED 8/24/19 Who’s the Sweetest Little Lovebug in All the Land? Riley is described as the `sweetest, wiggliest and happiest pup @ Brooklyn ACC.` Soft, Playful and Friendly and waiting for a loving home. – Come and meet her today! <3 A volunteer writes: Riley is a little angel with four paws. She is a bit agoraphobic at the moment, so walking her involves lots of crouching down, baby-talking and cuddle filled pep talks that put a little momentum in her step (until the next garbage truck comes by!). She does better in the safety of our yard where she catches brief bursts of the zoomies and prances around with toys. She has THE softest personality, and although the world might be a big scary place, she definitely harbors a LOT of love for the people in it. She has the sweetest wiggle, gives kisses, and is very gentle (and genuine!) in all of her displays of affection. She's impossible not to love, gives it back tenfold, and with her soul-person at her side (hint: that could be you!!) I hope she'll grow to see the world as the stage for adventures. Please come meet her at Brooklyn ACC! A staff member wrote in June 2018: After a month Riley is ready to move out this high energy 6 year old loves to play with toys and people. When she was brought in her jumped and started giving kisses! She needs a bit of patience meeting dogs, but has warmed up a bit over time. This 50 lb cutie has done well on walks and improved in play groups. VIDEOS: https://youtu.be/454f0uorzTc Riley with Zoomies https://youtu.be/cq0VzP64vKQ Her Trainers Video end of July 2018 - Riley really needs a home https://youtu.be/eXmlGjLo5Y8 RILEY, ID# 28801, 7 yrs and 2 mos old, xx lbs, Brooklyn Animal Care Center, Large Mixed Breed Cross, White / Tan Spayed Female, Adoption Return (was adopted 08/04/18) Owner Surrender Reason:owner surrender on 8/10/2019, with the surrender reason stated as animal behavior - aggressive towards people. Shelter Assessment Rating: NEW HOPE ONLY Riley was soft and social throughout the intake process. She readily approached all of the counselors with loose wiggly body and jumped up in a social manner seeking attention. Date of Intake: 8/10/2019 Spay/Neuter Status: Spayed Basic Information:: Riley is a white and tan female dog that was found and brought to ACC as a stray. Previously lived with:: 2 adults, recently 1 child How is this dog around strangers?: Around adults she is friendly and outgoing. She will bark, lunge and growl at children, whether strangers or known. How is this dog around children?: Riley will bark lunge and growl and children and attempt to bit. She has bitten several children but has not broken skin. How is this dog around other dogs?: She is reactive towards other dogs. She will sniff politely initially on leash and then will bark and lunge. How is this dog around cats?: When she sees cats on the street she will chase and attempt to bite. Resource guarding:: No resource guarding noted for toys or food. Bite history:: She has multiple (estimated to be 5) bite incidents all with children. She has never broken skin but has bitten and held onto a child's shirt. The clients stated that the initial incidents were on the street and Riley would lunge at the child and bite clothing. Most recently, 2 days prior to surrender, Riley lunged and bit onto the shirt of the resident child and held on. No other details were given about any of the bites. Housetrained:: Yes Energy level/descriptors:: High Other Notes:: When left alone she will urinate on the furniture. Has this dog ever had any medical issues?: No For a New Family to Know: Riley is high energy and pulls hard on leash and also likes ot run around and occasionally knocks people over. She does not like being left alone and has separation anxiety. She enjoys playing with toys. She knows cues sit, down, paw. She is great at the vet and is good for baths. 8/11/2019 Summary:: Loose; Allowed all handling ENERGY LEVEL:: Riley has been observed to exhibit a medium level of energy during her interactions in the care center. We cannot be certain of her behavior in a home environment, but we recommend that she be provided daily mental and physical stimulation as an outlet for her energy. IN SHELTER OBSERVATIONS:: When two handlers approach Riley in her kennel, she is seen to be loose and wiggly. She will jump up onto the bars. But when unlocking the kennel door, Riley will slightly move away from the rope initially, but when the handler removes the rope from her sight, Riley becomes wiggly again and comes forward. One handler was able to rope Riley once treats were introduced. The handler continued to use treats to get Riley out of the kennel and out of the room. Once in the hallway, Riley immediately dropped to the floor and refused to move. The second handler left to get a collar and harness and placed it on Riley and removed the rope. Riley then took a few steps forward and followed a trail of treats, but then would stop and refuse to move again. Both handlers tried using toys and treats to help Riley walk. Another dog left a room further down the hallway and Riley immediately became interested in the other dog. She started to bark, whine, and pull towards the other dog. Upon seeing her reaction, one handler went to get a helper dog. Upon seeing the helper walk past her, Riley began to follow the other dog outside to the play yard. Handlers then used a stuffed training dog to help Riley back inside the building. Riley pulled hard following the training dog back into the room and easily went back into her kennel without issue. BEHAVIOR DETERMINATION:: New Hope Only Behavior Asilomar: TM - Treatable-Manageable Recommendations:: No children (under 13),Single-pet home,Recommend no dog parks,Place with a New Hope partner Recommendations comments:: No children (under 13): Due to Riley's reported separation anxiety, reactivity and multiple-bite history with children, combined with her overall anxiety, we believe she would be best set up to succeed in an adult-only home at this time. Recommend no dog parks/Single pet home: Due to the behaviors that Riley has shown during playgroup (see DOG-DOG BEHAVIOR SUMMARY), we feel that Riley should not visit dog parks and be the only dog at this time, until she has had the opportunity to learn appropriate social skills when interacting with other dogs. The Behavior Department recommends that Riley receive dog socialization session under the supervision of a certified trainer or behaviorist. Place with a New Hope partner: Although she displays social behavior when interacting with staff members, Riley has been reported to have had multiple bite incidents with children in a previous home environment. Despite each incident resulting in no broken skin or punctures, as a result of these reports as well as her separation anxiety and observed reactivity, we feel she would be best set up to succeed if placed with an experienced rescue partner who can help manage these behaviors and decompress in a more stable environment, prior to seeking permanent placement. Force-free, reward based training only is advised when introducing or exposing Riley to new and unfamiliar situations, as well as utilizing guidance from a qualified, professional trainer/behaviorist. Potential challenges: : Multiple-bite history/risk of future aggression,Separation anxiety,On-leash reactivity/barrier frustration,Kennel presence Potential challenges comments:: Multiple-bite history: Riley is reported to have had multiple bite incidents with children, none of which resulted in broken skin. The most recent incident involved Riley biting and holding the resident child's shirt, but no contact made to skin. No other details provided. Please refer to the handout for Multiple-bite history/risk of future aggression. Separation anxiety: Previous owner reported Riley to exhibit separation anxiety when left alone in the home and has also been reported to urinate on the furniture. Should this behavior arise in a home environment, please refer to the handout for Separation anxiety. On-leash reactivity/barrier frustration: Previous owner reported Riley to display reactivity toward novel children and novel dogs when being walked on-leash. Although Riley displays social behavior toward staff members, this reactivity toward novel dogs was observed during her interactions in the care center as well (SEE DOG-DOG SUMMARY). Please refer to the handout for On-leash reactivity/barrier frustration. 8/11/2019 Summary:: Loose; Allowed all handling ENERGY LEVEL:: Riley has been observed to exhibit a medium level of energy during her interactions in the care center. We cannot be certain of her behavior in a home environment, but we recommend that she be provided daily mental and physical stimulation as an outlet for her energy. IN SHELTER OBSERVATIONS:: When two handlers approach Riley in her kennel, she is seen to be loose and wiggly. She will jump up onto the bars. But when unlocking the kennel door, Riley will slightly move away from the rope initially, but when the handler removes the rope from her sight, Riley becomes wiggly again and comes forward. One handler was able to rope Riley once treats were introduced. The handler continued to use treats to get Riley out of the kennel and out of the room. Once in the hallway, Riley immediately dropped to the floor and refused to move. The second handler left to get a collar and harness and placed it on Riley and removed the rope. Riley then took a few steps forward and followed a trail of treats, but then would stop and refuse to move again. Both handlers tried using toys and treats to help Riley walk. Another dog left a room further down the hallway and Riley immediately became interested in the other dog. She started to bark, whine, and pull towards the other dog. Upon seeing her reaction, one handler went to get a helper dog. Upon seeing the helper walk past her, Riley began to follow the other dog outside to the play yard. Handlers then used a stuffed training dog to help Riley back inside the building. Riley pulled hard following the training dog back into the room and easily went back into her kennel without issue. BEHAVIOR DETERMINATION:: New Hope Only Behavior Asilomar: TM - Treatable-Manageable Recommendations:: No children (under 13),Single-pet home,Recommend no dog parks,Place with a New Hope partner Recommendations comments:: No children (under 13): Due to Riley's reported separation anxiety, reactivity and multiple-bite history with children, combined with her overall anxiety, we believe she would be best set up to succeed in an adult-only home at this time. Recommend no dog parks/Single pet home: Due to the behaviors that Riley has shown during playgroup (see DOG-DOG BEHAVIOR SUMMARY), we feel that Riley should not visit dog parks and be the only dog at this time, until she has had the opportunity to learn appropriate social skills when interacting with other dogs. The Behavior Department recommends that Riley receive dog socialization session under the supervision of a certified trainer or behaviorist. Place with a New Hope partner: Although she displays social behavior when interacting with staff members, Riley has been reported to have had multiple bite incidents with children in a previous home environment. Despite each incident resulting in no broken skin or punctures, as a result of these reports as well as her separation anxiety and observed reactivity, we feel she would be best set up to succeed if placed with an experienced rescue partner who can help manage these behaviors and decompress in a more stable environment, prior to seeking permanent placement. Force-free, reward based training only is advised when introducing or exposing Riley to new and unfamiliar situations, as well as utilizing guidance from a qualified, professional trainer/behaviorist. Potential challenges: : Multiple-bite history/risk of future aggression,Separation anxiety,On-leash reactivity/barrier frustration,Kennel presence Potential challenges comments:: Multiple-bite history: Riley is reported to have had multiple bite incidents with children, none of which resulted in broken skin. The most recent incident involved Riley biting and holding the resident child's shirt, but no contact made to skin. No other details provided. Please refer to the handout for Multiple-bite history/risk of future aggression. Separation anxiety: Previous owner reported Riley to exhibit separation anxiety when left alone in the home and has also been reported to urinate on the furniture. Should this behavior arise in a home environment, please refer to the handout for Separation anxiety. On-leash reactivity/barrier frustration: Previous owner reported Riley to display reactivity toward novel children and novel dogs when being walked on-leash. Although Riley displays social behavior toward staff members, this reactivity toward novel dogs was observed during her interactions in the care center as well (SEE DOG-DOG SUMMARY). Please refer to the handout for On-leash reactivity/barrier frustration. 8/11/2019 medical notes DVM Intake Exam Estimated age: ~7yrs based on hx. Microchip noted on Intake? scanned positive. History : O surrender due to reported aggression toward a child. Owner reports P was barking and lunging at the child. Subjective / Observed Behavior - BAR,loose body and allows all handling. Evidence of Cruelty seen - none Evidence of Trauma seen - none Objective BCS 5/9 EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, no nasal or ocular discharge noted Oral Exam: dc 2/5; pd 2/5 PLN: No enlargements noted H/L: No murmur ausculted; CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated U/G: spayed female. MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, no masses noted, healthy hair coat CNS: Mentation appropriate - no signs of neurologic abnormalities Rectal: externally normal. Assessment dental disease Prognosis: excellent Plan: recommend routine daily dental care SURGERY: spayed

Baby stops breathing – fireman comes to the rescue

Chicken firework

Me and my girls

I brex your pardon…?

Do you folks like your partner shaved or not? (note if girl or boy)

Farmers in South Africa are getting serious about security

All the Winning

High voltage

This streamer was at 8 viewers three hours ago. Now he is at 2.9k! This is so wholesome.

Expecto Patronum.

No game no life 2 pls

Is there a Kickstarter for this? I'd donate.

Capitalism is the bestest thing ever

Time for this one

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