It counts double when it's a manager suddenly acting distant.
Dear Rat Ass,
We only had to say see you later
I already killed 6 scavs, 1 Boss and 3 Players
The fights had severely taken their toll
My blacked out leg ruined my stroll
But there you sat ready to extract camp
General Sam convinced you to be a tramp
Chad it up and take the pill
Otherwise you'll never build any skills
But with no pain meds left in sight
I truly did not want to fight
And as I limped into your view
We locked eyes, I just knew
This would be a fight to the death
There can be only one left
"Wiggle or die" would not save me
But I'll be damned if I don't see victory
I was just trying to leave the raid
You turned to me and said "Make my day."
I was limping hard and fast away
You gave it your all and let loose a spray
Thankfully, no bullets hit
It turns out your aim was shit
Normally you'd be no match for me
But today's your chance thanks to heavy bleed
With dollar signs in your eyes
You thought my loot would be your prize
You threw a nade and it missed me barely
How I don't know, we Bears are big and hairy
I had to hide behind the truck
You flanked me well but ran out of luck
I'm guessing that you didn't know
Under the truck I could see your toes
I blasted your legs, we call that META
Maybe one day you'll be betta
Take this loss and learn from me
I killed you like I killed Killa b
You should have left with your gear intact
You were already sitting at extract
Despite my injuries I have no fear
Just like you now have no gear
With all your scuffs no damage was dealt
I made it out with only seven health
You tried your best but lost your life
So in honor to you and out of spite
I sold your shit on the flea, at half price
Rest in peace Rat Ass
edit : TY for the awards my friends
I might get alot of hate for this but working 8 hrs a day 40hrs a week isn't really my thing . I'd rather be a hobo ,travel around and work temp jobs
Big old trigger warning for animal death and sickness on this one, folks. Also, I'm not posting any screenshots, partly because things got deleted, partly because some groups forbid screenshots posted to other places, and partly because I'm too lazy to censor, crop, and post a hundred pictures.
Note: I am not trying to shame anyone here who's just looking for a reason for their pets' death, and/or trying to warn others.
Also, I've never done one of these write-ups before. Feedback is welcome.
Rats! If you're unfamiliar with the little critters, here's a quick rundown:
One year is sad but not uncommon, two years is pretty good, three years is old, and anything above that is liable to spark a Facebook fight over whether you're a liar, misinformed, or prolonging the suffering of a rat who should have been put down a long time ago. Some rats genuinely do make it to four or five (or more) with good quality of life, but it's very rare.
I have seen these fights devolve from immediate accusations of lying on innocent posts that happen to mention a rat's age, to "It's not my fault you take such bad care of your rats that they all die young."
Rats are incredibly prone to health problems. Their respiratory systems are super sensitive. Abscesses and tumors can pop up seemingly overnight, and it can be hard for laypeople to tell the difference. Their teeth can grow through the roof of their mouth. Sometimes their eyes just pop out of their goddamn head. I'm a relatively new Rat Person... meaning I've "only" had one rat develop severe system-wide symptoms overnight and drop dead a couple days later despite medical intervention.
Recently, a highly contagious rat disease called SDAV has been sweeping through North America. Rat owners have been encouraged to avoid bringing home new rats, and many breeders temporarily closed up shop.
There is a ton of misinformation out there, much of it being peddled by pet shops. Five minutes on any rat group will net you a dozen posts by new rat owners asking for advice, with a comment section full of experienced owners explaining, with various levels of polite exhaustion, everything the new owner is already doing wrong. The three most common ones I see are single rats being housed