*aggressively doesn’t know*
I have an essay due tomorrow that I haven’t even started but I also wanna draw
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- Dying from a fire
When you’re burned alive, your eyeballs literally melt. So it’s safe to say fire melts eyeballs.
OUCH!Burns destroy skin, which controls the amount of heat our bodies retain or release, holds in fluids, and protects us from infection.
Body parts more affected: lungs, skin, veins, brain. The heart and liver are rarely affected when people set themselves on fire.
- Effects from exposure to smoke from flames
- Reference on Fabrics and Fire
- Writing About Fire
- The Writer’s Guide to Fire and Arson
- How to Write About Fire Accurately
- Heat Stress
- Emotional Impacts of Fires
- The Consequences of fire
- Intense Firefighter Footage Puts You Inside A Burning Building
A response we had once to a similar question:
To the fire anon: There is nothing like seeing a fire-damaged building. A home in my neighborhood recently burned partially to the ground, and when I next passed it after the incident, I stood in front of it for at least ten minutes, just staring. If you have a chance to do study a burned building, definitely do so. Also, remember that after a building is burned to a certain extent, it will get leveled to the foundation before it gets rebuilt, which I think could have some huge impact in writing - LIKETHEMORNINGPAPER
*raises hand to answer a question in class but teacher calls on someone else*
[cr1tikal voice] alright i guess ill just sit here and fist myself
Imagine your OTP being reincarnated, with person A remembering who they were and searching their whole (new) life for person B, only to find out that person B doesn’t remember them at all, is deeply in love with someone else, and turns down person A, breaking their heart. Person A begs them to remember.