Clear watching Mink while he sleeps when they’re living together
Clear being worried when Mink starts waking up randomly and has trouble getting back to sleep
Clear asking, but not pressing, until Mink reveals he’s having nightmares of his people being slaughtered and is resigned to it
Clear being distressed about this and softly starting to sing at night to help Mink rest well
Clear listening to Mink’s humming sometimes and incorporating the melodies he hears into his lullabies
Clear being happy that Mink is sleeping better but not bringing it up
Clear being flustered when he sees Mink watching him one night, catching him, only for Mink to tell him he’s known for a while and is touched
Clear doing this every night thereafter, except resting beside Mink
Clear wrapping Mink in song and letting his melodies carry him softly into a good night’s sleep
Clear using his music to help Mink feel safe as he slumbers
So I’m sure you recognize this as one of the epic moments from “The Prince of Egypt” where we see the super majestic whale as they cross through the Red Sea. However I noticed just one little issue: whale tales don’t move from side to side, they move up and down. And then it hit me, that’s not a whale. That’s not a whale. It’s a SHARK. A BIG ASS MEGALODONIAN SHARK. WAITING IN THE WATER TO EAT THE PHARAOH’S SOLDIERS. Damn, Dreamworks.
Funny, though, because megalodons went extinct 1.5 million years ago. So unless Egyptians were actually living in dynasties about 1.4 million years ago, this can’t possibly be a megalodon.
Aveed is the U.S. equivalent to the long-acting testosterone formulation known in other parts of the world as Nebido, and it was recently approved by the FDA. Aveed is being touted as having “major advantages” over T. cypionate and T.enanthate, including fewer injections (about every 2 to 3 months), less fluctuation in testosterone levels, and possibly less risk of erythrocytosis.