Ashley Tisdale | He Said She Said
That harpsichord in the beginning always slays me, never fails to blow my mind, she was so ahead of her time.
This was so scandalous when oiy came out
i still know all the words to this. a fuckin BOP if i ever heard one
1. we were really young but you were so smooth. you took me to the park and taught me to skateboard. you asked if you could kiss me while skating on the basketball court. you were my longest relationship and my only boyfriend (so far)
2. you impulsively jumped into the passenger seat to kiss me. after months of talking (even when you had a girlfriend) this was our first. unfortunately I felt no spark. this was our last kiss
3. you picked me up at 2am on a summer night. we sat under the stars in your pickup for hours until you made a move. you were my first real kiss. we had a lot of fun together. I wanted something more than you were able to give me. I still love you
4. after a lonely homecoming you were very sweet to me. we made out at the after party while watching avengers (I think) and my friends won’t let me live it down. you used a lot of tongue
As stated by Huffington Post
Basically, plants in the study were able to “hear” themselves being eaten, creating a type of defense mode against their prey, the caterpillar.
Using a laser microphone, the scientist were able to record the vibrations and sounds of caterpillars chewing on plant leaves. The scientists played them to the plants before caterpillars had a chance to nibble. As it turns out, when plants were exposed to these chewing vibrations for a few hours, they reacted by producing increased amounts of mustard oils — which caterpillars hate!
So technically they can hear (hear as in sense) themselves being eaten alive!
Many articles are springing up with “bad news for vegan community” based on this finding, but researchers only said that this finding will help find new ways to defend plants against pesky insects.
From here, researchers plan to find out how exactly these vibrations are able to be sensed by the plants as they’re being munched on.
This is both terrifying and yet, immensely intriguing.