I apparently can’t up-flex (is that a thing? that’s a thing now) my left foot. It’s also kind of numb.
I’ve had numbness issues before which have just resolved themselves. I haven’t had restricted mobility before, though, so this is new.
Something, something, American health care, etc.
coot (n.)c.1300, cote, used for various water fowl (now limited to Fulica atra and, in North America, F. americana), of uncertain origin. Compare Dutch meercoet “lake coot.” Meaning “silly person, fool” is attested from 1766.
cooter (n.)name for some types of freshwater terrapin in southern U.S., 1835 (first attested 1827 in phrase drunk as a cooter, but this probably is a colloquial form of unrelated coot), from obsolete verb coot “to copulate” (1660s), of unknown origin. The turtle is said to copulate for two weeks at a stretch.
The turtle is said to do what now?
Leaf bug (Phyllium giganteum)
The constant wobbling as they move is a part of their disguise, making it seem as though the “leaf” is only moving because of a light breeze.
If you blow on one it will also shake around in the hopes of matching any actual surrounding leaves
(via memewhore)Source: florafaunagifs