April212014

Gaaah my eczema is colonising my arm again.

And it’s reeeally itchy.

But I can’t scratch because that’ll make it worse :(

Gaaaah.

April202014

(Source: foodphotosets)

cake yummy 

April182014

Orvieto, Italy

Orvieto, Italy

(Source: flickr.com, via fairytale-europe)

April142014
tenaflyviper:

If you can’t find a place on your blog for Patrick Stewart in a bathtub dressed like a lobster, then your blog probably doesn’t deserve such majesty anyway.

tenaflyviper:

If you can’t find a place on your blog for Patrick Stewart in a bathtub dressed like a lobster, then your blog probably doesn’t deserve such majesty anyway.

(Source: digg, via rustedbrandy)

WTF Lol 

April132014

seraphphoenix:

STOP WHAT YOURE DOING. THERES A KITTY SWIMMING ON YOUR DASH

(Source: meanwhile-in-canada, via rustedbrandy)

April92014
thebritishbibliophile:

It’s officially Women’s History Month! My ebook is great if you need some inspiration for awesome women to study and talk about. Some of them are very well-known, such as Isabella of Castile, and some tend to be forgotten about, such as Josephine Butler.
I know you don’t want a long contents list (that’s available in Amazon’s preview), but some of the women in this book include;
Elizabeth Freeman, the first slave to become a free black woman under Massachusetts state constitution. Yolande of Aragon, who helped and funded Joan of Arc. Hatshepsut, Egypt’s female Pharaoh. Murasaki Shikibu who Japan’s famous novel “The Tales of Genji”. Aaaand a load others since it’s a total of 30 women XD
Available on Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk as well as Australia, Canada and France (as well as other European countries).

I know it’s no longer women’s history month but my book is still awesome and should be bought by everyone who is awesome :D

thebritishbibliophile:

It’s officially Women’s History Month! My ebook is great if you need some inspiration for awesome women to study and talk about. Some of them are very well-known, such as Isabella of Castile, and some tend to be forgotten about, such as Josephine Butler.

I know you don’t want a long contents list (that’s available in Amazon’s preview), but some of the women in this book include;

Elizabeth Freeman, the first slave to become a free black woman under Massachusetts state constitution. Yolande of Aragon, who helped and funded Joan of Arc. Hatshepsut, Egypt’s female Pharaoh. Murasaki Shikibu who Japan’s famous novel “The Tales of Genji”. Aaaand a load others since it’s a total of 30 women XD

Available on Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk as well as Australia, Canada and France (as well as other European countries).

I know it’s no longer women’s history month but my book is still awesome and should be bought by everyone who is awesome :D

(via thebritishbibliophile)

April72014
April52014

I’m still in a bad mood and therefore I will sing Metallica out loud and at volume before my housemates come home.

May need to apologise to my neighbours tomorrow.

QUENCH MY THIRST WITH GASOLIIIIIIINE!

5PM

:(

You know you’ve made it on Etsy when someone steals your product photos.

I feel far more devastated than I should. They’re just photos, and I know I’m in the right. But at the same time… :(

Reported the shop to Etsy legal so hopefully they’ll disable her listings and warn her, don’t really want to use my house deposit money to get a lawyer involved but I will if I have to.

This is not a good Saturday.

6AM
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