HOLY CRAP THIS IS A GIF
second time reblogging today idgaf
omg it’s so beautiful.
watching me shit
oh my god. i wonder what it’s thinking
DIY Zara Inspired Safari Jacket with Leather Sleeves Tutorial from This Fashion is Mine here. Top Photo: $737 Veda Jasper Jacket with Leather Sleeves here and $62 (on sale) Zara Safari Jacket with Leather Sleeves here, Bottom Photo: DIY by This Fashion is Mine.
DIY New to Vintage Tee Shirt Tutorial from Men’s Health here. Top Photo: from Happenstance here, Bottom Photo: Men’s Health. First seen at The Glitter Guide here.
Two Tutorials for Restyling Shorts with Lace from Swellmayde. Top Photo: DIY Tiered Lace Shorts from Swellmayde here, Bottom Photo: DIY Sew or No Sew Lace Trimmed Shorts from Swellmayde here.
Some Important Information on How to Neutralize Bleach - but never use vinegar (and water alone will not do it).
I’ve posted this article before on neutralizing bleach here. You can use 3% hydrogen peroxide (look for it at your drug store) or a product called Bleach Stop. store. It says never to use vinegar:
Whatever you do, never use vinegar or any other acid in an attempt to neutralize your chlorine bleach. It will destroy the hypochlorite that is the active ingredient of chlorine bleach, but only by turning it into much more caustic and dangerous chemicals, including hypochlorous acid, which is very damaging to textiles, and, if the pH gets low enough, deadly chlorine gas.
This is information from the “I Tie Dye” Forum here (this forum also refers back to the above article):
The problem with vinegar is that acids react with hypochlorite to form even more caustic and deadly chlorine gas. One should never mix acid with hypochlorite, and vinegar is an acid.
However, thiosulfate is not the only chemical that will safely and completely neutralize hypochlorite bleach. Both sodium metabisulfite (ProChem’s Anti-Chlor) and hydrogen peroxide (3% solution) are just as effective and safe as thiosulfate.
DIY Easy Two Minute Twist Fitted Tee Shirt Dress Video Tutorial from Boat People here. The video is 1:45 and you only make two cuts and as the post says you can make it more revealing or less revealing.
A dog doesn’t care if you’re rich or poor, clever or dull, smart or dumb. Give him your heart and he’ll give you his.
Have you ever been in a position where you are ultimately afraid of hurting someone who you know would literally catch a grenade for you? I am. I have always been the type of girl who always dreamed of falling in love and staying in love… but there came a time in my life where I was betrayed and all that dumb shit. I literally had to force myself to fall out of love. And must I say, I did quite a good job. But now, I’m stuck in a scenario where truthfully my heart is not getting what it desires and where my mind is focused elsewhere. This summer, I am taking two summer classes 5 days a week until August and classes start tomorrow. I am working a job during the weekends at a family friends business and hopefully working at another food chain as a server on weekdays after class. My concern is that I may or may not have time to spend with a guy who has given me what I deserved in a relationship. That and I want all A’s this summer!
Honestly, I am just exhausted from being in a long distance relationship. I mean, who wouldn’t be, right? I’m torn because as much as I love this guy, I hate the circumstance I am in. I used to cry every now and then.. cried a lot when I found out he was transferring to a random ass state. Now I’m numb to everything… If I am not pleased with the communication or something with the relationship, I really get upset and just become a whole different person. It’s so sad… Why am I questioning my own happiness? Honestly. I’m in a relationship with someone who loves me for me and will do anything for me… but I’m not truly happy. That’s a problem.. I don’t know why I’m not truly happy.. and I’ve been trying to figure it out for months. I don’t want to address the situation just yet only because I’m hoping maybe I’ll figure it out. But maybe I won’t. I don’t know. But all I do know is that sooner or later, I’m going to have to find an answer.
Being in your twenties is all about discovering which things hurt you and what makes you feel good. You go in blindly, practically pricking yourself with a dull blade, and then you walk out with tougher skin. One day you’ll stop pricking yourself altogether. Maybe. I don’t know. How would I? I’m…