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Has anyone living in TO checked out the Sarah & Tom stores yet? There’s one in koreatown and another near yonge/bloor. They have the cuuuutest stationary <3 Although a little overpriced. I keep going back to buy pencils and erasers. My favourite part about the store though is their staff is super friendly and they wrap eveything in bows and ribbons. Even this eraser, it’s all I bought, but shes like nah, no, let  me wrap it in a ribbon. <33!!! 

Has anyone living in TO checked out the Sarah & Tom stores yet? There’s one in koreatown and another near yonge/bloor. They have the cuuuutest stationary <3 Although a little overpriced. I keep going back to buy pencils and erasers. My favourite part about the store though is their staff is super friendly and they wrap eveything in bows and ribbons. Even this eraser, it’s all I bought, but shes like nah, no, let  me wrap it in a ribbon. <33!!! 

umbriss:

foobar-2000:

umbriss:

slugbox:

It’s a real tragedy how Dragonair evolves into a complete fucking dumpus. Like just make Feebas a female Magikarp, and have Dratini evolve into either Dragonair or Milotic. 

Dumpus can just stay a dumpus whatever. #149 Dumpus.

Dumpus is pretty awful ngl. Snake dragon forever.

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LOOK FUCK YOU BOTH OKAY

rofl <3

sweet jesus

Good! I hope it was delicious!

no adekii i am so fat #mystomachhurts

wapiti3:

Illustrations of the nests and eggs of birds of Ohio :By Jones, Howard, 1853- Jones, Virginia Smith, 1827-1906 Library of Congress, Shulze, Eliza J. Tucker, Marcia Brady, on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Publication info Circleville, Ohio, U.S.A. :[s.n.],1886 BHL Collections: Smithsonian Libraries

I always wonder about people who do the diagrams for these books, things like egg sizes, human bodies inside and out, animals, plant types. It&#8217;s like &#8220;hi I&#8217;m the ____ guy. I draw these things for a living.&#8221;

wapiti3:

Illustrations of the nests and eggs of birds of Ohio :By Jones, Howard, 1853- Jones, Virginia Smith, 1827-1906 Library of Congress, Shulze, Eliza J. Tucker, Marcia Brady, on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Publication info Circleville, Ohio, U.S.A. :[s.n.],1886
BHL Collections:
Smithsonian Libraries

I always wonder about people who do the diagrams for these books, things like egg sizes, human bodies inside and out, animals, plant types. It’s like “hi I’m the ____ guy. I draw these things for a living.”

*whispers* i ate it all 

beefmilk2:

when an animal dies in movies

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fedswatching:

pour one out to the neopets we left for dead

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burning-young:

girls on their periods

I will never not reblog this.