I'm too tired to talk about penguins. You know about penguins. Just pictures. Don't want to put anymore effort into this than..

Oh god him again. Fuck. Off.

I'm happy. I don't want to die. I'm happy.



Bubbles are indeed the happiest things on the earth! They're colourful and bright and really nice.

Bubbles made of soap blown into air of a temperature less than -15*C will freeze when they touch something.

Blowing bubbles was used for fun by Flemish people in the 1700s.
 God I need a drink. Can't have alcohol, it's a depressant. C2H5OH remember that guy in the ER? But it feels like just having a Spotted Cow would fix everything.
A company in Chicago started selling bubble solution in the 1940s and so modern bubble blowing began.

There are even bubbles in space, look!

 A bubble nebula that is it's

Spreading out into the darkness which clenches it's infinite and neverending grasp around the little lights because compared to him and how he moves even the stars are nothing that grasp that choking grasp and his hands that make their way into the little dark spaces everywhere into your closet or beneath the table or under the keys of the keyboard or behind your eyes in the little dark places in your head and he guides you to him whether you know him or not because he's there eyeless but watching and holding out his arms to hold you forever. He doesn't need to find you. He's already there. Watching me.

Fuck no I'm happy see, I'm writing and that's normal and I'm smiling so I'm happy, goddamnit I'm happy, see? You all see right? Raindrops and roses and whiskers on kittens and I whistle a happy tune so no one knows I'm scared cause if I pretend hard enough maybe I can fool him or myself or the outside or someone I'm happy happy joy joy


Cherry Blossoms

Cherry blossoms! Aren't they pretty?

Cherries are really interesting/important. They were first brought to Rome in 72 BC by Lucius Licinius Lucullus. They were later introduced to England by Henry the Eighth, who tasted them in Flanders. Turkey produces the most cherries in the world, with the United States not far behind. Pliny the Elder recognized that dried cherries have some health benefits.

Now as for cherry blossoms, well, they're really interesting and really important. Cherry trees have long, pretty limbs (unlike the trees around here, I mean, trees arent supposed to have handso r rottingfles hor or) really clean and shiny, though that might just be because people like cherry trees! Since they're so pretty, people tend to keep cherry trees in good condition.

Cherry trees are important in Japanese symbolism, because they mean ~love~. Seriously?

They also traditionally symbolize a beautiful life and a quick death, and are used in all sorts of Japanese media, including currency. This has led to thousands of poorly written Mary Sues having the name Sakura. Japan either needs apologies or needs to apologize! XD

In World War II, cherry blossoms were used to motivate the people and stir nationalism up, and cherry trees were planted like flags to claim territory for Japan.

Cherry blossoms!




Hedgehogs are the cutest things! The. Cutest. Things. Argue all you want, they just are. They try and run away rather than use their spines to attack other people. They're nocturnal and they can hibernate. If hedgehogs encounter a new scent, it will lick and bite the source, then form a scented froth in its mouth and paste it on its spines. Hedgehogs live 4-7 years in the wild, so they live pretty long for being so small. Hedgehog flavoured crisps have existed in England before.

Stephen Colbert made a video about threatening hedgehogs.

 Cute hedgehog spam!

As to yesterday.. Well, I can't talk about it, not until I get on some sort of substance. I can't be sad, you see, I mustn't be sad. I'm not sad. I'm happy.


Rabbits and Hares

I whip my hair back and forth, I whip my hair back and-

Okay, I'll stop now XD.

Hares are very fast! They sometimes 'box' each other where. Where the phrase.

Sorry. The phrase "mad as a March hare" may come from hares boxing each other. Hares and jackrabbits are basically the same thing, and... In African folk tales, the hare is a trickster, able to escape from bad guys and run away from monsters, which is probably why the stories about hares were retold by African slaves in the US. Okay, yeah, I'm a little out of it today, but that's okay, right?
There are legends about White Hairs which are all about tragic love and loss or witches who hunt for prey.... In Ireland people who harm hares are attacked by faeries. And yeah. Hares! Hares are fun!

Okay, rabbits!

Rabbits are prey animals but also symbolically rabbits are "Pray" animals! They're holy and giving and things... The rabbit also "sacrifices" his life for the predator, so in a sense it's like "service to others".

What else about rabbits? They're cute and domesticated and eat crunchy things. Bunnies! Cute little bunnies! Tiny little bunnies. Happy bunnies. Baby rabbits are called kittens or kits which is really cute! Wild ones live in burrows. In holes in the ground. Hiding from predators. But they're cute, see!

And don't think I can't see you, Mr "I don't have a face" just outside my window, because I can, and you can't touch me, you can't come in here, you can't get in my head because I'm happy I'm happy I'm happy.



I think that sometimes the happiest thing to think of is the person you love, even if sometimes.. sometimes it's also the thing that hurts the most. But this doesn't hurt because I can remember the one I love and I'm so in love, I'm so much in love, and it's alright, and it's a good thing, and it makes me happy. Just thinking about you makes me happy, not sad. Because I'm never sad. Because I'm happy. 


Turtles and Strawberries

Okay, so today I will be covering two subjects that make me very, very happy-- Turtles and strawberries!

Turtles are adorable, and strawberries are delicious, and whilst strawberries can be adorable I don't know about turtles being delicious as I have never eaten one and I don't really want to. Poor turtles. D: But yes! Turtles and strawberries!

Turtles may get their name from the middle English words tortuse or tortuce or tortuge. It might perhaps come from the late Latin tartaruchus "of the underworld" which is a little morbid but kind of funny. I mean I always liked Pluto/Hades, and he seemed like an okay bloke, so yeah!

Turtles don't lay eggs in water and smaller ones don't really go in the water very much at all though the bigger ones do. They can get really really big and really really old! The oldest sea turtle got to 509 years old! And the biggest sea turtles are the leatherback turtles, and the biggest one of those was 10 ft tall! 10 feet.  So turtles. They're adorable.

Strawberries are hybrid fruits, which is something I didn't know, and they were originally created in France, which is something else I didn't know. The USA produces the most strawberries! Millions of tonnes of strawberries! In 2008, there were over 4 million tonnes of strawberries produced in the world. Strawberries are an aphrodisiac, so it makes you think about over population problems. But we're not thinking about overpopulation, because this is a happy place, dammit!



Daww. It's a baby giraffe, isn't it cute?

I love giraffes! They're majestic alone but all weird and awkward the minute you compare them to someone else, like a romance novel or the average human being. The name of the giraffe was originally "camelopard", itself derived from "camel leopard" which is a bit of a rubbish name, really. They don't really look like camels or leopards, 'cause they're so weird looking, but adorable! They live in central to southern Africa, and they eat the twigs of trees, which is why they have such long necks. Giraffes cannot swim! I am not sure why it is necessary for that fact to be important, but apparently it's important enough for there to be a study about it.

A lady giraffe is pregnant for between 400 and 460 days, which as a doctor I can say I'm glad that humans do not have that gestation period.

Arab prophets and poets considered giraffes to be "the queen of beasts" which is kinda symbolically accurate I suppose. They're brought to zoos everywhere, so there must be some merit to them. Yeah! I mean they're weird, right? Entertaining! Funny! Fun! :3

Also, apparently they can fight.



Hello, and welcome to my blog! My name is- well, you can call me Charlie, and I like happy things! I like bunnies and sugar and fluff and rainbows and bubbles and euro-pop from the 90's only partially ironically! I enjoy Glee, even though I skip over the sad parts, and Adventure Time, and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and I like fish, and the happier Discworld novels, and some Doctor Who, and running. I like fluffy, happy, smiley, squishy things that promise better times and better endings. I like laughter and happy endings! I like sex and chocolate and love and hugs and things that rhyme with hugs and getting drunk and making people feel better, and making myself feel better.

I hope for this blog to be a happy place full of happy, nice, fun things that can lift my spirits and make me feel better about the world! I'm happy, and I hope you can be happy too!