A PHOTO

Chris Martin in Sidney, Australia. - Juny 17, 2014.

Reblogged from LOOK UP TO THE SKY
A PHOTO

thewearysavantponders:

purple skeleton going the extra mile.

A VIDEO

the-name-is-marti:

sageypie16:

stopwhitepeopleforever:

animegeek1130:

stopwhitepeopleforever:

iloveitwhenyoucallmebigappa:

thedeviousplot:

leunq:

wtf

wtf

get the fuck out

I want Plankton to plow my ass into the 4th dimension, I want my ass to be the reason he doesn’t give up when he fails to steal the krabby patty formula, I want you to send me to bikini bottom with 40 tanks of oxygen cause I’m gonna be on that dick for 40 days and 40 nights and then some I don’t give a fuck I’ll die riding that dick

please calm down ma’m

I’m a guy

IT GOT BETTER

sometimes the comments are better than the actual post

A VIDEO

Chris Martin in London, England. - July 1, 2014.

Reblogged from LOOK UP TO THE SKY
A VIDEO
Reblogged from Always In My Bread
A VIDEO

SPN Women of Color | Linda Tran

Reblogged from neopian trash
A VIDEO

caseylalonde:

ponderpretties:

The Deer God is a breathtaking 3d pixel art game that will challenge your religion and your platforming skills.”

You play as a stag, it has pretty music and everything is so so pretty.
This game is beautiful and you should pledge on its kickstarter- it has only a month remaining!

Correction - 7 Days. 5k from goal.

A TEXT POST

mummytroll:

This is what happens when we get angry and have a chance to call the TPTB on their bullshit image

image

image

image

image

image

image

image
And mymost favorite of all

image

Reblogged from Celery Stories
A VIDEO

hqcreations:

How I Make Soap - Part 7 of Many - Curing and Drying Handmade Soap

So I unmolded the my cold process and my hot process soaps.

You can see immediately, cold process produces smooth and perfectly molded soap and hot process produces a crackled “rustic” soap quality.

With hot process, all you need to do is let the soap dry out and become hard. Once it’s hard enough, maybe like a week, you can immediately use the soap. However, cold process the soap must be CURE at least 4 to 6 weeks before it can be used. This period of curing allows the remaining lye and fats become properly saponified.

I like to use a rack that optimizes air flow around the soap for the drying process. Leave the soap in a cool dry place and keep the soap out of direct sunlight, which may oxide ingredients in the soap. NOTE: I can’t remember the percentage, but obviously as the soap loses moisture the size will shrink. In most cases, you shouldn’t care, BUT if you are making soap to sell, you want to put a wrapper around the soap after the shrinkage occurs.

Well…that’s about it! I’ll make some more posts about other techniques in the future, but hope this brief tutorial on my soap making process will be helpful to some :-)

———

Part 1 - What is Soap

Part 2 - Working with Lye

Part 3 - Working with Oils and Additives

Part 4 - The Hardware

Part 5 - Cold Process Soap

Part 6 - Hot Process Soap

Part 6.5 - Handmolded Soap

Part 7 - Curing the Soap

———

Disclaimer: I am not a professional soapmaker. In fact, I am a sloppy and somewhat lazy soapmaker. I do what is most economical for my personal use and have no intention of selling at this time. I wanted to learn soapmaking as a way to reduce my carbon footprint, treat my body to a better product (not necessarily a cheaper product), and stick it to The Corporate Assholes…is what I wish I could say. But really, I’ve always wanted to make soap because Fight Club made it look so badass.

P.S. No…I have not experimented with human fat.

Reblogged from HQCreations