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10 Threats You Should Never Try to Outrun

Despite their pack behavior, wolves prefer to be left alone by humans and can be easily frightened off if you do it correctly. yairleibo/iStock/Thinkstock

from the Guardian

Anthony Martial should be left alone to provide relentless stream of menace

Manchester United’s Wembley hero does not have to be the centre-forward craved by the fans – from the left of a shifting attack he can cause untold damage, as Everton will testify

Hamun Kost (nicknamed Ham n Toast by the party) is a Red Wizard of Thay who just wants to be left alone to study. Forced by Dimon, priest of Bane and Tharchion of Thay, to steal the amulet used weaken Kal'Undor. Not having any desire to do so, Hamun hired a wizard named Bob Vairys. When Bob failed (the amulet was destroyed), Hamun fled the Tharchion's wrath, taking a boat from Waterdeep west across the ocean. (Neutral NPC, status uknown)


Santa Marta la Dominadora or Saint Martha the Dominator as she is known in English is an unpredictable Loa that is known as a Saint, a Sorceress, a witch, a healer and even a Demon. She is like the serpent that embodies her essence, when left alone she can be a docile and beautiful creature, but tampered or disrespected she can be dangerous and deadly.

from the Guardian

Life on the Ebola frontline: 'Survivors are left alone to carry their pain'

Isaac Bayoh: how life in rural Sierra Leone is unfolding for me on the Ebola frontline

from Buzzle

Here's a Rich Treasure Trove of Philippines Legends and Myths

Duwende - These are small creatures, much like goblins or dwarfs, living underground. They may be kind or mischievous, depending on how the person has treated them, and like to be left alone. Filipinos believe that uttering "tabi-tabi po" before entering suspected Duwende territories, will not disturb them. #Philippines #legend

from YourTango

17 Seriously Sad Quotes From Disney Movies (*Sniffle*)

“You said you’d always be there for me, but you’re not” — Simba, The Lion King