Are humans the only species that get addicted to substances?
Definitely not! Read on!!
Sydney has quite a rat problem. They arrived with the First Fleet and have been endemic in the dock areas ever since. They are pretty damn big,
It has been discovered that not only does the rat poison "warfarin" not kill them anymore but they have actually become addicted to it and seek it out!
I wish I could find the article where I read this. I can't. However from my experience of living in Woolloomoolloo in Sydney I recon it's probably true. You wouldn't want to meet one of those things in a dark alley. :)
No, I haven't been in an abusive relationship as such but I am in a marital relationship with ups & downs.Being in an abusive relationship where one has to go through physical & verbal abuses on a daily basis is definitely not worthy to live.It's
I'm not a lover of Facebook, it's a platform I rarely use - however, that's my opinion - everyone is different. My
Yes (there is there something about the German language that lends itself to the construction of very long words). It is firstly grammatical: the tendency of German to focus on the noun.English is far more interested in verbs, in advice, in commands in what to do and how to do it. German is