My least favorite thing is straight men who come into lush and act like it’s a direct attack on their manhood coming up to me like “I’m in here for my girlfriend” ok thanks for confirming your heterosexuality everyone who likes soap is usually gay
Ha. I stroll in and I’m like GIVE ME ALL THE SAMPLES.
Praise be to Lemony Flutter.
Check out the Cynthia Sylvia Stout shampoo. It’s for “fluffy” hair. Smells like beer & makes you shiny.
Detroit will mark the first anniversary of its bankruptcy filing this Friday, and across the country, people are watching the city to see how it has survived the upheaval. Despite pending cuts for pensioners, as well as widespread poverty, soberi…
I’ve actually worked with the Thomas family @ Sweet Potato Sensations before (booked them to have a booth in the food court at an art fair I managed), they’re awesome & everything they make is TO DIE FOR.
I went to DashCon with my brother, and we decided to go to BDSM 101 for shits and giggles. It was disgusting, there were people getting off everywhere. They started off with some safety stuff you know? Then thEY DID A FUCKING DEMONSTRATION. We left when we saw someone who looked about 14 wanking next to us. It was horrific.
“Gaza was bombarded with 273 airstrikes yesterday (8th July). That’s an average of 11 an hour. Gaza is about 25 miles long and 4 miles wide, with a population of 1.7 million crammed into that tiny space. It is under Israeli occupation and Israeli siege. Hospitals estimate they will run out of resources to treat the wounded in about two days. Electricity is intermittent. Gaza has no army, air force or navy. Israel is the fourth largest military power in the world. Resistance to occupation is allowed under international law. Israel’s occupation, siege and collective punishment of Gaza is not.”—Palestine Solidarity Campaign UK (via zanabism)
“Art is a spiritual transaction. Artists are visionaries. We routinely practice a form of faith, seeing clearly and moving toward a creative goal that shimmers in the distance – often visible to us, but invisible to those around us. Difficult as it is to remember, it is our work that creates the market, not the market that creates our work. Art is an act of faith, and we practice practicing it.”—Julia Cameron
i know i give white people a lot of shit but u guys are really nice. like when the light turns green and there’s a white pedestrian that’s almost across the street u guys always do that jog thing. i know it’s kind of insignificant but i appreciate it white people. u and ur half jog thing.
i think about this post every time i do the half jog thing