You either win.

Oct 20

digi-egg:

なかよし by 青条子

digi-egg:

なかよし by 青条子

Oct 19

joshpeck:

*overdoses on bread*

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ゆきみ

ゆきみ

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“Nice Woman is Rejected Multiple Times. Does Not Gain Homicidal Urges.” — potential Onion headline (via pansexualpagan)

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Oct 18

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kickingcones:

Food [and drink] Pun Series! - Remake #2 - Coffee Bean Fate
Katrina Constantine [tumblr | facebook]

kickingcones:

Food [and drink] Pun Series! - Remake #2 - Coffee Bean Fate

Katrina Constantine [tumblr | facebook]

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Oct 17

500daysofsassy:

mythology is literally the most interesting shit ever if you dont agree get outta my face

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Oct 16

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Oct 15

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diyhoard:

Frame Weekly Organizer 
For this creative idea, you will need
A picture frame set like the one pictured above, with plenty of small frames. You can find these many places. Make sure it has at least 7 frames
Decorative cardstock paper (or: wallpaper, wrapping paper, patterns, pictures, colored paper)
Letter stickers (optional)
Dry Erase markers
Cut your card stock paper into 5x7” rectangles, or however big your frames are. The size should be on the frame. Most frames have a cardboard back that is removable and you can use to trace the shape. Write or place your letter stickers on the card stock to spell out days of the week. Be conscious of how you are going to place them in the frame; will it be vertical or horizontal? Place the cutouts into the frame. If your frame is metal, glue a magnet to the side of the dry erase marker and attach it to the frame. Otherwise you may just want to find a way to get it to stay on the frame.
Write some notes on top of the glass, that way you can erase with ease!

diyhoard:

Frame Weekly Organizer

For this creative idea, you will need

Cut your card stock paper into 5x7” rectangles, or however big your frames are. The size should be on the frame. Most frames have a cardboard back that is removable and you can use to trace the shape. Write or place your letter stickers on the card stock to spell out days of the week. Be conscious of how you are going to place them in the frame; will it be vertical or horizontal? Place the cutouts into the frame. If your frame is metal, glue a magnet to the side of the dry erase marker and attach it to the frame. Otherwise you may just want to find a way to get it to stay on the frame.

Write some notes on top of the glass, that way you can erase with ease!

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