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ghost-anus:

If your boyfriend tells you to lose weight, you should absolutely do as he says. Drop 150 pounds instantly by dumping his stupid ass and then go eat a pizza like the beautiful bitch you are

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Negative Space

chubby-bunnies:

devonsmoleskine:

Who taught me to suck in my stomach,

or my cheeks?

Who told me to stand with my legs apart

and my hips thrust back

to create the illusion of a gap

between my thighs?

Who made me believe that the most beautiful part of me

is my negative space?

wow

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slightmayhem:

priceofliberty:

Man replaces lawn with vegetable garden, holds no regrets

During the summer, nothing is better than the smell of freshly cut grass. That is, unless, you have a giant vegetable garden growing in the place of your lawn. Instead of turf, this awesome homeowner, user locolukas on Reddit, opted for tomatoes. The results are absolutely epic.

Instead of mowing grass, one man decided to say “screw the lawn” and plant vegetables. He filled his yard’s grid with compost that the city gave away. Seeds began growing quickly and he had to keep up by planting support systems around them. He even developed an irrigation system, which is much more difficult than it looks. He lined his garden with cinder blocks, covered the ground with wood chips and filled the cinder blocks with compost as well. The man even began giving out the veggies he couldn’t possibly eat, helping to spread the wealth.

i love this idea, and it’s shameful that in some parts of america that this is literally against the law

I’m sorry that this is turning into Ranting Tuesday, so I’ll try to keep this one brief. Check this out:

That’s bullshit. For those who can’t see the image, it’s a graph of acres of irrigated land in the United states. Starting from the bottom:

  • Orchards, vineyards, and nut trees: 4.1 million
  • Soybeans: 5.3 million
  • Alfalfa and alfalfa mixtures: 6.2 million
  • Corn: 9.7 million
  • Lawn: 40.5 million

That’s 40.5 million acres of lawn just for lawn’s sake. That’s 63,281.2 square miles (163,897.68 square km). That’s larger than the U.S. state of Georgia (at 59,425 square miles).

I think that more people should be using their personal acreage to grow their own foods, when possible. Bans against converting one’s useless lawn into a garden should be fought against.

And don’t even get me started on golf courses.

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webabuser:

iraffiruse:

Machine Porn

THIS MAKEA ME MAD StOP

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cunt-waffle-3000:

This is the best thing I have ever seen.

cunt-waffle-3000:

This is the best thing I have ever seen.

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onlylolgifs:

 People blown over in streets as Storm Ivar hits Norway  on that good kush and alcohol 

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hermajestyhelps:

*always adding more

General Writing Tips, Guides and Advice

Plot and Conflict

Character Development

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

All About Names

Genre Based

Other

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blonde-swanson:

sherlocksmyth:

amandaonwriting:

Writing Tips
Deflate those Inflated Phrases

Deflate when writing prose; inflate when writing essays for school.

deflate when making sales and talking about specific figures, inflate when trying to appeal to emotion or the layman
deflate when writing non-fiction. always. never inflate when you’re writing non-fiction.
inflate when writing website content and professional blog posts. it makes your material more friendly and approachable to readers.
deflate when writing a journalistic piece. always.

blonde-swanson:

sherlocksmyth:

amandaonwriting:

Writing Tips

Deflate those Inflated Phrases

Deflate when writing prose; inflate when writing essays for school.

deflate when making sales and talking about specific figures, inflate when trying to appeal to emotion or the layman

deflate when writing non-fiction. always. never inflate when you’re writing non-fiction.

inflate when writing website content and professional blog posts. it makes your material more friendly and approachable to readers.

deflate when writing a journalistic piece. always.

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ruraljackdaw:

Hugging shorter people and resting your head on theirs

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Hugging taller people and having your head against their chest

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Hugging people your height and pressing your face against their shoulder

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Hugging people and getting picked up by them

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HUGGING

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