Nerds v.s The Popular’s – Geek Stories #1

Nerds v.s The Popular’sAnna Kendra was a popular girl, brown golden hair,emerald green eyes and a petite stature.
Every girl in school wanted to be like her and every boy wanted to be with her.
But the only guy she really liked was Alex Rover, tall, dark mousy hair, bright blue eyes and dimples.
The problem was Anna was one of the “popular’s” and Alex was a straight out, nerd.
But one day that changed, Anna was sashaying down the hall over to homeroom when she bumped into a tall… something and dropped her books.
oh, I’m so sorry I wasn’t watching where I was going“ Anna rambled.
When she looked up she saw Alex smiling down at her holding her books.
Thanks “ Anna said blushing as she took her books, “ no problem“ Alex replied.
Then they both went separate ways to their classes.
Anna walked into class then walked over to where her group of friends were sitting “ why are smiling? “ said her closest friend Britney.
None of your bee’s wax Brit“ said Anna but she was thinking about bumping into Alex in the hall.
After a few classes it was finally lunch time and Anna’s stomach was rumbling super loud.
She rushed to the cafeteria in search of a good burger, fries and a milkshake.
Anna stood with her tray in the waiting line when she heard a familiar voice say to her “ hey baby, how’s a going“.
Anna spun around to face Liam the schools most popular bad boy.
oh hey…. Liam“ Anna muttered as she rolled her eyes.
That’s when Liam annoyingly flirted with her till her breaking point.
Meanwhile Alex was standing about 2 people behind the two noticing Anna’s agitation.
He decided to go stop Liam before it got out of hand.
Alex tapped Liam shoulder interrupting him, then Liam turned around slowly.
What do you want nerd boy?“ taunted Liam.
I want you to leave Anna alone now, or else“ said Alex confidently.
or else what nerd boy?“ taunted Liam again.
or else this“ said Alex then he grabbed a cherry pie off a random girls tray and slammed it in Liam’s face.
The whole cafeteria froze and stared as cherries, pie crust and whipped cream slid off Liams face.
Then someone broke the silence by shouting “ FOOD FIGHT!
People grabbed their food and threw it at each other and the popular girls scurried away so that their clothes wouldn’t get messed up.
The food fight lasted exactly 2 minutes before a teacher and the principal walked in and blew a whistle.
Alex, Liam and Anna were the main culprits of the incident so they walked to the principals office stinky and wet with cafeteria foods stuck in places you wouldn’t believe.
Alex and Anna got excused without any warnings but Liam had received his 100th detention.
So Alex and Anna walked out and Anna said “ hey thanks for defending me out there“.
no problem even though I started a food fight“ said Alex.
it’s fine since Liam’s cleaning it up“ laughed Anna.
so want to hang sometime?“ Alex then said.
sure this Friday?“ smiled Anna.
yes and I’ll make sure to buy you fries, milkshake and a burger” said Alex as he smiled back.
Anna giggled and held Alex’s hand as they walked down the hall.
Then from there their relationship grew and grew and they were the schools first couple of a nerd and a popular.
Just in time for Valentines day…. source.

Monalica, The Social Encyclopedia – Website Review

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I want to intoduce you a brand new startup called Monalica. Monalica is a online free social encyclopedia that everyone can create topics, make definitions about everything. Unlike Wikipedia, monalica creates seperate profiles for its authors. Also nicknames are included in every definition. Concept easy and fun. All you have to do is just creating a Monalica account. You can make definitions about existing topics or create a new one. Every topic name needs to be in the answer form to “what is it?” such as; ways of making extra money, crying under the rain, brad pitt, internet of things etc. You can create topics about people, movies, tv series, things, events, games, apps and nearly everything. Unlike Wikipedia, you can include your personal opinion in your definitions. But you have to be informative at the same time too. Without shared personel experiences, definitions become stronger and real. 

Monalica has it’s own voting system. Users can vote each others definitions. System brings top voted definitions to the front page. Also you can view, top voted definitions of the day, week and all time from the “charts” area.

Monalica’s content is user generated and users are free to create topic&definitions about everything in terms of obeying the topic writing rules and definitions rules. Otherwise, you’ll get banned from the site. Monalica’s aim is to create a free information source with real people that is accessible easily. This is why the rules are important.





Monalica’s unique idea, cute interface and functionality makes the site a good place. There is community behind the project, users can not reply to each other’s definitions via definitions. Every definition needs to be meaningful itself. But users can send direct messages to each other. Also there’s a “Board” part which is exclusive only for the users. Users can discuss everything on the board.

Monalica’s mascot is cute and handsome horse. I really like it. It has been used in many places of the interface.


If you’re board of internet’s too much noise, if you’re tired of unaccessible and useless data flow, Monalica would be a great escape for you.


What Immigrants Are Really Like – The New Europeans – National Geographic

1. Sharanjit Padda, age 26, London.

1. Sharanjit Padda, age 26, London.

“I was born here. I’m a true Londoner. I’ve always felt welcomed—if anything, I think my cultural heritage has earned me more respect,” says schoolteacher Sharanjit Padda. She wants immigrants to be accepted but also to accept British culture: “It’s a give-and-take.” Robin Hammond / National Geographic

Where did the project begin for you and in what way was this a personal endeavor?

RH: I’ve lived pretty much all my adult life away from my homeland, mostly in Europe. I’m acutely aware of the discussions we’re having about immigrants on the continent; when I hear politicians talking about immigration, they’re also talking about me. But my experience couldn’t be more different than that of Syrians coming here today. There is no single immigrant experience.

When I first moved to the United Kingdom 15 years ago, I was doing a lot of stories about immigration in the north of the country, and sometimes I would cover rallies of the British National Party (an anti-immigration party.) People at those rallies would complain to me about the immigrants in their communities, not understanding, of course, that I was an immigrant as well.

While I was very aware of being an immigrant, I think sometimes to the natives of European countries, I’m perceived differently to the immigrants we generally talk about in the media. I’m white and speak English — I look and sound more or less like the native population. I began to understand that there’s often a strong cultural and racial aspect to the anti-immigrant point of view.

What was one thing you took away from this body of work that was entirely unexpected?

RH: We did this work with five different immigrant populations, and I expected a large amount of diversity between those groups, like the Turks, Algerians, and the Syrians. What I didn’t quite expect was the massive diversity within those groups, and it just reaffirmed to me that we’re all just individuals and sometimes what brings us together or separates us is not necessarily about geography or culture. There are many things that influence who we are or our identity. Using the name of a country as their only defining feature is simplistic. There are things that provide a stronger identity for many people than the place they were born.

What do you hope people will take away from these images?

RH: That fundamentally we are all just people trying to get on. That people are people are people. I think that people are afraid most of what they don’t know, and I hope that by hearing these stories, people will realize that the things that are common between us are stronger than those that divide us. I think it’s human instinct to seek out how we are different, but I hope people will see that we are all fundamentally the same in our grand design, in our hopes and dreams.

2. Ilyas (left) and Massyle Mouzaoui, ages 8 and10, Paris.

2. Ilyas (left) and Massyle Mouzaoui, ages 8 and10, Paris.

“I feel I can be 100 percent French and 100 percent Algerian,” says Massyle Mouzaoui (right). His brother Ilyas agrees. They live in a comfortable Paris suburb with their French mother and their father, an Algerian naturalized in France, who says he’s now helping “to build this country.” Robin Hammond / National Geographic

3. Asad Abdiassiz Dahir, age 16, Sweden.

3. Asad Abdiassiz Dahir, age 16, Sweden.

“I see myself as a Somali and think I will always be a Somali. I came to Sweden to find peace. Sweden is a very good country,” says Asad Abdiassiz Dahir. In Mogadishu he was under pressure to join the militant Islamist group al Shabaab—so he fled. His family is still in Somalia. Robin Hammond / National Geographic

4. The Tecimen family, Germany.

4. The Tecimen family, Germany.

“We live here, we were born here, we have grown up here. But the place I feel in my heart is Turkey,” says Ali Tecimen, 34 (back row, blue jacket). His grandparents (front) came to Germany in the 1970s as guest workers, when his mother (right) was a child. The family, including Tecimen’s wife (left) and two children, lives in Berlin. Robin Hammond / National Geographic

5. Isra Ali Saalad, age 10, Sweden.

5. Isra Ali Saalad, age 10, Sweden.

In May 2015, 10-year-old Isra Ali Saalad came to Malmö from Mogadishu with her mother and two siblings. “The reason we came to this country is because it is safe,” says her sister, Samsam, 19. Samsam’s experience of Sweden has been all good, “only I’ve fallen short in learning the language.” Robin Hammond / National Geographic

6. Nichattar Pal, age 92, London.

6. Nichattar Pal, age 92, London.

“I came here because my Sardarji came from India, to get an education for our children,” says 92-year-old Nichattar Pal, speaking of her husband. Since she arrived in 1970, her London family has grown to include two generations. “I am happy here, very happy.” Robin Hammond / National Geographic

7. Ikram Chahmi Gheidene, age 23, Paris.

7. Ikram Chahmi Gheidene, age 23, Paris.

“I don’t wear my veil all the time. I put it on when I leave the university and go to the mosque,” says Ikram Chahmi Gheidene. Fleeing terrorism, her family came to Paris when she was eight. She feels at home and safe—but also wary, as suspicion of immigrants rises. Robin Hammond / National Geographic

8. Akram Koujer, age 53, Germany.

8. Akram Koujer, age 53, Germany.

“The people here live in real freedom, and I can see that, and I am happy for them,” says Akram Koujer about Germany. Koujer, an ethnic Kurd, left his home and his jeans factory in Syria because “my family and I were threatened. My son was a soldier, so he needed to kill or be killed.” Robin Hammond / National Geographic

9. Mohamed Ali Osman, age 32, Sweden.

9. Mohamed Ali Osman, age 32, Sweden.

“One reason why I like this country is the hospitality. They welcome the refugees with open arms,” says Mohamed Ali Osman, who joined his wife in Sweden in 2012. But, he adds, “in this country it is hard not having a job, and the main reason why this happens is language barriers.” Robin Hammond / National Geographic

10. Khader family, Germany.

10. Khader family, Germany.

“We are doing fine here, and we were well received,” says Abed Mohammed Al Khader, 88, patriarch of a family of 16 that fled Syria two years ago, but “we want to go back.” This past February they arrived in Berlin and were given shelter, with 1,500 other refugees, in a large gymnasium near the Olympic stadium. Robin Hammond / National Geographic

11. Ipek Ipekcioglu, Germany.

11. Ipek Ipekcioglu, Germany.

“I feel Turkish and German and a human being and a lesbian. I have many cultures in me,” says DJ Ipek Ipekcioglu, who grew up in Berlin and lives there today. Germany still has trouble accepting the children and grand­ children of Turkish guest workers, she says: “We’re working on it.” Robin Hammond / National Geographic

12. Patricia Fatima Houiche, age 66, France.

12. Patricia Fatima Houiche, age 66, France.

“The discrimination started at school; I was six or seven. It was during the Algerian war,” says writer Patricia Fatima Houiche. Her mother was French, her father (photograph) an Algerian independence leader. She has lived most of her life in France. Her children are there too. But she hopes to be buried in Algeria. Robin Hammond / National Geographic

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Mythical Creatures that you may not heard of [ LARGE COLLECTION]



Region: America Type: Humanoid A Baykok is a creature from Native American lore which states that a warrior whom dies a dishonourable or shameful death (such as after committing fratricide) is not allowed to rest. The people wronged by the warrior will purposefully scatter his bones instead of giving him a proper burial. This means his spirit can never pass on. They appear as emaciated skeletons with burning red eyes. They wear tattered remnants of the clothes they were wearing on death and their motivation is to kill people. The Baykok hunt humans by emitting a loud shrilling screech and turn themselves invisible. Once their targets are paralysed with fear from the sound, the Baykok attack with their invisible arrows. Finally, with the target down, they finish the job with a large club, opens up the victim’s chest and devour the liver within. Baykok also have the ability to fly. It is possible to reverse the curse of a Baykok by gathering up all of the previously scattered bones and giving them a proper burial.



Region: Slavic Cultures Type: Humanoid The Domovoi, or house Goblin is a peaceful creature that lives in people’s homes. They are described as little old man, no taller than a 5 year old, with a long beard, blonde hair and glowing eyes. Domovoi are mostly invisible, although it is believed they always teeter around the house inserting themselves into affairs. Although a good addition to the hearth and home, they are incredibly moody. When domestic disputes and strife hit, the Domovoi become annoying poltergeist that make sleeping impossible. When treated correctly, a Domovoi is a beneficial spirit to the house. They protect the family horses and make sure the daughters of the house find good suiters. However, mention their name after dark and you incite their sleep-taking wrath. Some families left small amounts of food out for their Domovoi, so as to keep them happy.



Region: France Type: Chimera A Tarasque is a mythical creature closely related to the Dragon family of beasts with the body of an Ox, shell of a Turtle, Scorpian-like tail and the head of a Lion. The face had the ears of a Horse and the expression of a bitter old man. It was said to live beneath the waters of the river Tarasque. In the main tale, the beast was captured and its fiery breath tamed by holy water. The residents then stoned the beast to death and in remorse renamed their town to Tarascon. The creature preyed on innocent villages and burned buildings with its deadly breath. It apparently also lived in the Rhone at one time, destroying passing ships.

Sirrush/ MušḫuššuSirrush/ Mušḫuššu

Sirrush/ Mušḫuššu

Region: Ancient Babylon Type: Chimera The Sirrush is a chimera depicted on the ancient gates of Babylon. They are dragon-like creatures with hind legs like an Eagle and forelegs like a Cat. The beast also sports a horned head and a Snake-like tongue. It is possible that this creature inspired the legendary Hydra. Sirrush are closely associated with the Babylonian God Marduk. In the Book of Daniel, Nebuchadnezzar plans on sacrificing Daniel to a Sirrush kept inside a Babylonian temple. Daniel defeats it by feeding it poisoned cake. There is actually a lot of debate as to whether the animal depicted by the Babylonians was actually a real world creature which really existed.



Region: Celtic Scotland Type: Shapeshifter Selkie are Seals said to live in the northern waters of Scotland which occasionally transform into people. Depending on what form they are in, they crave the opposite state. In Human form they long for the sea and in Seal form they long for the land. They would often form relationships with people on land whom would be entrusted to hide away their Seal skins for transforming back later. If a woman in a failing relationship cried seven tears into the Ocean, a male Selkie was thought to arrive and seduce her. This was often used as an excuse for extra-marital affairs. For men, female Selkie were beautiful young “wife-material” women. Sometimes sailors would marry Selkie and settle down. Every now and again a child would be born with webbed fingers and toes. This child would be accused of being a child of a Selkie.



Region: Ancient Scandinavia Type: Humanoid Hulder are mythical beautiful female woodland humanoids that attract men to their grasps. They appear actually quite normal except for having the tail of a Cow. Hulder would draw in men with their bright blonde hair, beautiful figures and enchanting singing voices. Although carefully hidden, spotting the tail would scare away most men. However, sometimes a Hulder would seduce an unmarried young man. Once seduced she would lead him into the mountains where he would be forced marry her or basically never been seen again. Some tales tell of Hulder turning into ugly old hags when rejected. In this situation, Hulder gain the strength of ten or more men and lose their tails.



Region: Aztec Mexico Type: Chimera These lake-dwelling creatures are a combination of an Ape-like simian and a large Canine. The most striking feature is the hand that the animal has on its tail. Ahuizotl were feared by fishermen as the beasts had a reputation for eating human flesh. They specifically had a penchant for eyeballs, teeth, nail and the ‘crunchy bits’. Ahuizotl would lure its human prey by pretending to cry like a human baby. The purpose of the Ahuizotl was, primarily, as a guardian of the waters. It was believed to protect the fish in the seas, making it a natural adversary for Aztec fishermen. Later stories tell of how the Ahuizotl didnt just target boats and fishermen on the waters, but also those that strolled nearby to the shore. It would use its long tail-appendage and strong tail-hand to clasp the legs of passers by and yank them to their doom.



Region: Alaska/ Greenland/ Canada Type: Humanoid Qalupalik are mythical creatures said to dwell in the deep icy waters of Alaska, Greenland and Canada. The tales of these beasts are regularly told amongst Inuit tribes. Qalupalik supposedly have long wet hair, green skin and really long fingernails. The creature’s m.o. is to abduct children that wander too far from home. They lurk in the waters nearby and hum to draw lost children towards them. Once the children are close enough, the Qalupalik forces the child into her amautik… which is kind of like a coat hood made for carrying babies. Sometimes the stories of Qalupalik say that the creatures are looking for children to raise as their own.



Region: England/ Ireland Type: Chimera An Enfield is composed of the head of a Fox (craftiness/ cleverness), the chest of a Greyhound (swiftness/ endurance), the body of a Lion (royalty/ bravery), the hind legs/tail of a Wolf (fraternity/ loyalty) and forelegs of an Eagle’s talons (strength/ nobility). The Enfield is a beast of Celtic origin primarily seen as guardians of chieftaina that were slain in battle. Because Celts believed heavily in respecting the body of the deceased, enemies would try hard to capture bodies and tear them apart. To prevent enemies demoralising tribes in this way, the Enfield exists to defend the corpses.

Kirin / QilinKirin / Qilin

Kirin / Qilin

Region: China & East Asia Type: Chimera Generally a hoofed animal (a Horse or Deer, sometimes an Ox) with reptilian scales to make it appear more dragon like. They are often described as being wreathed in flames. Chinese dragons are known to be antlered, so Kirin are generally presented with one or more antlers. For this reason they are sometimes referred to as East Asian Unicorns. A Kirin can be seen as a good omen of an important occasion or a symbol of serenity. They can represent the passing of a wise sage or that of a spirit which punishes the wicked. In Buddhist societies, Kirin are creatures that walk on clouds, rocks or water so that they don’t damage grass by walking on it. In this format they are peaceful natural beasts.



Region: Ancient Greece Type: Humanoids Blemmyes are headless men with eyes and faces on their torsos. They were first described to inhabit western Libya but over time their origin changed place. Soon they inhabited Egypt and then Asia in the middle ages. They were said to live amongst other weird and unbelievable creatures, such as gigantic snakes and “other beasts not fabulous”.



Region: Ancient Persia Type: Chimera Chamrosh are Persian birds with the body of a dog. The creature is said to live at the peak of Mount Alburz under the “tree of all seeds”. In Persia, all seeds were said to have come from this tree. The Chamrosh, when leaving its roost, gathers the seeds and distributes them to the sea. Once the seeds are in the sea, they are gathered up as rain and spread across the world.



Region: Ancient Japan Type: Shapeshifter Jorogumo are (generally orb-weaver) spiders that when reaching the age of 400 become the size of Bulls and gain the ability to transform into a beautiful woman. These creatures often occur in tales from Japan’s Edo period and are highly referenced in stories set around waterfalls. Jorogumo are alwaysmalevolent spirits apart from in the tale of Kashikobuchi. In this tale a Jorogumo is a protective spirit that saves people from drowning. Other names for Jorogumo are “binding brides” or “wh*re spiders”.



Region: Ireland Type: Humanoid Clurichauns are lesser-known relatives of Leprachauns. They are constantly drunk short creatures that sit in wine cellars and drink all the wine. Clurichauns are completely disassociated from their more famous cousins because of embaressment. Clurichauns are said to have caused absolute mayhem on farms, riding Sheep and other livestock bareback. A supposed way to keep a Clurichaun happy is to keep a well stocked spirit cabinet. There are also tales of a man that left food out for a Clurichaun every night and the creature was said to protect his wine cellars in return.



Region: Ancient Persia Type: Humanoid Bakhtak, or sleep demons, are Goblin-like creatures which approach you when you are sleeping. The creature sits on your chest whilst you lay there and fills you with horrible nightmares. The goal of the creature is to kill you in your sleep. If you wake up and see a Bakhtak it will disappear and make you unable to move. If the Bakhtak fails, it comes back every night until it succeeds. People believed in these so much as an explanation for constant nightmares, that there were methods devised to stop a Bakhtak. Solutions involved sleeping on one side to stop it sitting on you or sleeping with a knife under your pillow to ward it off.



Region: Germany/ Bavaria Type: Chimera A Wolpertinger is a strange combination. It has the body of a Hare, the antlers of a Roebuck, a cotton tail, the feet of a Duck and saber-like teeth. The creature has a number of abilities unlike any Hare. It can fly, it has enhanced hearing, enhanced speed, enhanced swimming capabilities and immortality. It also cannot be poisoned and has a venomous bite. The creature is said to be completely in love with Human women, despite being the same size of a regular Hare. Because of this, the way to catch one involves sending a beautiful young woman into the woods to draw the Wolpertinger out. When the animal appears, the woman exposes her breasts, causing the Wolpertinger to fall into a drunken daze and be easily bagged.



Region: Japan Type: Chimera Baku, or the Dream Eater, is formed from the body of a Bear, trunk of an Elephant, tail of an Ox and eyes of a Rhino. The story goes that when the gods were finished building all the animals, they placed all the leftover odd and ends together to form the Baku. Baku are presented as devourers of bad dreams. People actually prayed to them to come and relieve them of nightmares. The down side to this is that in occasional stories, the Baku eats ALL dreams. Dreams of hope and aspirations among them.



Region: Ancient Greek/ Roman Type: Humanoid These interesting creatures have a name that translates to “mountain-people”. They appear mostly like other humans, however their feet are on backwards. They are normally presented as naked as well. The creatures themselves are said to be savage in nature, valuing strength and agility. Abarimon do not ‘live’ anywhere specific. They share the same lands with the animals they hunt and consume in the mountains of the Himalayas. In fact, they are so ingrained into the landscape and mountains of the Himalayas that they never leave, fearing they will suffocate at lower altitudes.



Region: Ancient Slavic Cultures Type: Shapeshifter Leshy are the protectors of Slavic forests and the animals that live within them. Mostly a peaceful species, they are sometimes accompanied by Wolves or Bears. The natural form of a Leshy is a large humanoid, with a long beard and head of hair made from living vines. Leshy can transform themselves into any plant and animal that they choose, leaving behind two glowing green eyes as the only evidence. Leshy are known to be very mischievous (but not malevolent) at times, impersonating the voices of travellers to force them onto the wrong woodland paths. As a Leshy moves closer to the center of a forest they grow in size, appearing as giants. As they move away, they appear more human-like.

Death WormDeath Worm

Death Worm

Region: Mongolia Type: Beast Somewhere among the Gobi Desert, legend tells of a gigantic worm. The worm looks like a dark red, long digestive tract of a cow with spikes protruding from each end. It lives deep beneath the Gobi sands, ready to pounce at any time. The Death Worm has a couple of deadly abilities. Apparently, it can spit a deadly corrosive venom at its victims, dissolving them. If that doesn’t kill them, the worm can also electrocute them from a distance. Many real world explorers have sought out the legitimacy of this creature’s existence, with many books in the early 20th century written on the matter.



Region: Ancient Rome Type: Chimera/ Humanoid The Cynocephalus is a mythical race of dog-headed humans. Each Cynocephali has the ability to understand language but do not have the ability to speak. They are mostly represented as savage beasts intent on killing everything, however they are sometimes conveyed as civilised. A fierce warrior tribe from somewhere near India, they apparently rarely traded with humans that they trusted. Interestingly, the Christian, Saint Christopher, is perhaps the most famous example of this creature, described very clearly as a Cynocephali in the Irish passion about him. Surprisingly, reports of this beast are quite substantial, with even Christopher Columbus reporting to having met a tribe of them. It was also very widely accepted that Cynocephali were real up until a few hundred years ago. This leads historians to believe there may be a level of fact within the fiction.



Region: Ancient Persia Type: Beast The myth of the Roc, a gigantic bird, were first spread by Marco Polo as he travelled the world. In it, he speaks of an Eagle of unimaginable size, strong enough to be predatory on huge animals. He tells that Roc can lift an Elephant to the sky and drop it from a great height to destroy it. In terms of size, each feather was said to be “over twelve paces” long and incredibly thick. In the original tale, the bird never landed and supposedly lived atop a mystical mountain named Qaf. Many versions of the tale speak of an island off the Indian Ocean, suggesting Madagascar as the home of the flying titan.



Region: Ancient Japan Type: Humanoid Perhaps one of the worst demonic creatures ever to be devised, the Jikininki are human-eating ghosts. They are in many ways a similar beast to Wendigos. Jikininki are the souls of greedy spirits cursed in death to find and eat human corpses. They are of the 26th class of Preta in Japanese Buddhism Active strictly at night, they find the burials of the recently deceased and eat them. They also eat the offerings left to those people and loot their bodies of treasures. With the treasures they bribe officials into leaving them alone. Whist corrupt, they lament their unquenchable torment. Jikininki look like rotting human bodies with sharp claws and glowing eyes. Any mortal that looks on them is frozen in a state of perpetual fear. However, some tales give them the ability to appear as normal humans by day and live out ‘normal’ daily lives. It is possible to cure Jikininki of its torment by finding a righteous man that has not brought dishonour to his family. This man is then asked to prey for the tortured spirits.



Region: Ancient Greece Type: Beast The Aspidochelone is a gigantic creature which can appear as many different species but is usually depicted as huge Turtle. The defining characteristic of this beast is a colossal shell that is indistinguishable from a regular island. The creature can be both aquatic or land-based. and its sheer size means that it is unconcerned with basically anything as nothing can ever harm it. If anything does come to its attention, say a fire lit on its shell, it normally responds in annoyance rather than anger. Over time, an Aspidochelone starts to form a symbiotic relationship with the island on its back. With this the beast can empathise will all of the animals born and killed on the island. Even longer and it starts to exert a mental control over the shell island, a psychic control. With this is can then affect the soil, rocks, plant-life, waters and even the unique weather system over the top of it. This is why the island shell is said to be able to perfectly sustain life. The Aspidochelone purposefully makes things easier for the animals and plant life living on top of it.

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If you’ve made a search on Google about getting free instagram followers, you’ll see bunch of websites that will force you to download some useless apps & games. After the download, there is not a guarentee that you’ll start getting followers. Also, the products that they force you to download include spammy content. You’ll see that there will be trojans in your computer. I strongly recommend you to stay away this kind of instagram follower exchange communities.

How Does it Work?

ıt’s very easy to use Cheatinsta. All you have to do is just registering with your own instagram account. There will be a page including your photos. When you click on the add button, your photos will start to grap real likes from other real users like you.

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If you want to improve your instagram account and get free instagram like join to Cheatinsta now and start getting instagram likes now.

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