a lil pixel spoopy dragon guy for my swampy aesthetic blog

a lil pixel spoopy dragon guy for my swampy aesthetic blog

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nevertoomanyspiders:

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ohnoproblems:

beepunk:

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I don’t care if it’s already on my blog, stuff like this is always relevant

little bee tongue and antennae and fuzzy legs and cutie eyes!

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jamrockdrops:

thefrozenrose:

aspergersissues:

ultrafacts:

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This is sickening.

I went to a school like this when I was in grade six. My inhalers were locked up in the office, and I was having an attack. My memories are a bit foggy (I couldn’t breathe after all) but I recall my twin sister and somebody else wheeling me all the way to the office in a computer chair. Thankfully I was lucky and got my meds in time; I ended up off school for a week and a half recovering.
This shit is scary. Rescue inhalers should be on the person of the child who NEEDS them, and if they are too young then they should be with the caregiver. There is absolutely no excuse to keep RESCUE MEDICATIONS locked up away from the people who need them FAST.

YOU KNOW WHAT IF SOMEONE HAS ASTHMA THEY SHOULD HAVE THEIR INHALER ON THEM
CUZ US ASTHMATIC’S CAN DIE AT ANY MOMENT IF WE DON’T HAVE OUR INHALERS! I WAS 6 WHEN I NEARLY DIED BECAUSE OF MY ASTHMA, NOBODY EVEN KNEW I HAD ASTHMA SO I DIDN’T HAVE MY INHALER. I WAS OFF FOR 2 WEEKS RECOVERING FROM THAT.
WHERE WHAT WHO AND HOW DOES ANYONE THINK NOT LETTING SOMEONE HAVE THEIR MEDICAL EQUITMNT ON THEM IS A GOOD IDEA?
ASTHMATICS CAN BE SET OFF FROM THE SMALLEST THINGS!
DUST
PET HAIR
HELL I’M SET OFF BY THE FREAKING RAIN.
AN ASTHMATIC NEEDS THEIR INHALER ON THEM.
Let me tell you about something that happened to me a little over a year ago. My inhaler ran out, I hadn’t realised I was down to my last capsules (I’m on an Acuhaler, in inhaler but in discus form.) and I was in PE Where we were doing the beep test.
I was running and running, everyone was taunting me, calling me fat, lazy, slow, so I pushed myself to show them thinking that if I push my self to far I had my inhaler. Eventually I did push myself to far and I fell crashing to my knee’s as I felt my chest constrict and I couldn’t take a deep breath.
my friends split up, 2 to my bag were my inhaler was and the other to me. getting me into the sitting position trying to relieve as much weight off my chest as she can.
The teachers are leaving me to my friends because it happens so often they are used to it. However this time when I check my inhaler there is 0 capsules left. I have no reliever and I’m getting dizzy because I STILL CAN’T FUCKING BREATHE.
one of my friends and a teacher run all the way to the other school building where first aid is and my inhaler the school keeps on site. Someone is calling my mums department telling her to get down here. by now the entire class has me surround, “Amy are you okay?”  ”Amy, Just tae deep breaths.” I’m to busy bout  pass out to yell back at them to piss off.
my friend saved my life. She helped e through the panic attack. (Which often comes with Asthma attacks by the way. its pretty normal SEEMING YOUR AIRWAYS HAVE CLOSED.) and once I had dealt with the panic I managed to relax enough to make it until I got my inhaler.
But I was off for days because of  amount of physical damaged it had caused me.
3 tip of you.
1) If you have asthma never leave the house without it. It will save your life. if you are traveling with the asthmatic it take 2 seconds to go. “Hey, got our inhaler?” And make them get it if they don’t, then you’ll be saving their life.
2) if they are having an attack do not leave them, if they trust you they are more likely to relax and the more relaxed they are, the better and quicker they will breathe again.
3) Make sure your inhaler is 1 in date, 2 full and 3 if it isn’t in date or full, you have another which is. And when you are with the asthmatic make them check this.
so for the love of god. CARRY YOUR INHALER

jamrockdrops:

thefrozenrose:

aspergersissues:

ultrafacts:

Source For more facts follow Ultrafacts

This is sickening.

I went to a school like this when I was in grade six. My inhalers were locked up in the office, and I was having an attack. My memories are a bit foggy (I couldn’t breathe after all) but I recall my twin sister and somebody else wheeling me all the way to the office in a computer chair. Thankfully I was lucky and got my meds in time; I ended up off school for a week and a half recovering.

This shit is scary. Rescue inhalers should be on the person of the child who NEEDS them, and if they are too young then they should be with the caregiver. There is absolutely no excuse to keep RESCUE MEDICATIONS locked up away from the people who need them FAST.

YOU KNOW WHAT IF SOMEONE HAS ASTHMA THEY SHOULD HAVE THEIR INHALER ON THEM

CUZ US ASTHMATIC’S CAN DIE AT ANY MOMENT IF WE DON’T HAVE OUR INHALERS! I WAS 6 WHEN I NEARLY DIED BECAUSE OF MY ASTHMA, NOBODY EVEN KNEW I HAD ASTHMA SO I DIDN’T HAVE MY INHALER. I WAS OFF FOR 2 WEEKS RECOVERING FROM THAT.

WHERE WHAT WHO AND HOW DOES ANYONE THINK NOT LETTING SOMEONE HAVE THEIR MEDICAL EQUITMNT ON THEM IS A GOOD IDEA?

ASTHMATICS CAN BE SET OFF FROM THE SMALLEST THINGS!

DUST

PET HAIR

HELL I’M SET OFF BY THE FREAKING RAIN.

AN ASTHMATIC NEEDS THEIR INHALER ON THEM.

Let me tell you about something that happened to me a little over a year ago. My inhaler ran out, I hadn’t realised I was down to my last capsules (I’m on an Acuhaler, in inhaler but in discus form.) and I was in PE Where we were doing the beep test.

I was running and running, everyone was taunting me, calling me fat, lazy, slow, so I pushed myself to show them thinking that if I push my self to far I had my inhaler. Eventually I did push myself to far and I fell crashing to my knee’s as I felt my chest constrict and I couldn’t take a deep breath.

my friends split up, 2 to my bag were my inhaler was and the other to me. getting me into the sitting position trying to relieve as much weight off my chest as she can.

The teachers are leaving me to my friends because it happens so often they are used to it. However this time when I check my inhaler there is 0 capsules left. I have no reliever and I’m getting dizzy because I STILL CAN’T FUCKING BREATHE.

one of my friends and a teacher run all the way to the other school building where first aid is and my inhaler the school keeps on site. Someone is calling my mums department telling her to get down here. by now the entire class has me surround, “Amy are you okay?”  ”Amy, Just tae deep breaths.” I’m to busy bout  pass out to yell back at them to piss off.

my friend saved my life. She helped e through the panic attack. (Which often comes with Asthma attacks by the way. its pretty normal SEEMING YOUR AIRWAYS HAVE CLOSED.) and once I had dealt with the panic I managed to relax enough to make it until I got my inhaler.

But I was off for days because of  amount of physical damaged it had caused me.

3 tip of you.

1) If you have asthma never leave the house without it. It will save your life. if you are traveling with the asthmatic it take 2 seconds to go. “Hey, got our inhaler?” And make them get it if they don’t, then you’ll be saving their life.

2) if they are having an attack do not leave them, if they trust you they are more likely to relax and the more relaxed they are, the better and quicker they will breathe again.

3) Make sure your inhaler is 1 in date, 2 full and 3 if it isn’t in date or full, you have another which is. And when you are with the asthmatic make them check this.

so for the love of god. CARRY YOUR INHALER

mamamidnight:

bludgers-rondelles:

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I aM SnORtinh UNConrTOLABly wiTH LAUghTrt

God damn it.