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The Whitest Kids U’ Know x

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S invited her sister down for our joint birthday party in October. Sister is bringing a friend. S know that this means they will want her bed so we have decided that this means she gets first bids on the spare bed meaning we’re down to the double air bed, the sofa and floor for anyone else that decides to stay.

plantstho:

the lack of cuddling i am experiencing right now is upsetting 

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queenofheartsonthesleeve:

Did you know that beekeepers have famously attractive eyes ? Every single one of them . I don’t know the science behind it , but studies show beauty is in the eye of the bee holder . 

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Sometimes we get lonely

cerberusia said: I'm so glad things seem to be going well in your life right now :) Tell me about the kitty! And allow me to suggest that a person's feelings about cats say a lot about their suitability to share living space with either one of us.

It’s quite a large, fluffy, white kitty with one yellow and one blue eye. It was very amenable to being stroked when I met it the other day and brushed all round my ankles before following me a few houses along the street. It apparently followed S down most of the street when she gave it cuddles and decided that ours looked like a nice house!

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Apparently a cat from up the road that I made friends with earlier in the week followed S home last night and then tried to come into the house.

t is a lovely cat but unfortunately is not ours and O does not like cats.

queerfabulousmermaid:

omgitsbrilliant:

livindavidaloki:

redhjedi:

The Hulk ain’t never lied.

I can’t even express how much respect I have for Mark Ruffalo.  The dude’s on the US terrorism watchlist for fuck’s sake.

Omg, it’s true

"Actor reportedly put on US advisory list after organising screenings of documentary criticising natural gas drilling"
i can’t

(Source: pipeschapman, via librarianoftheclayr)

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S spent all last year claiming that all she could cook was carbonara that we taught her (by which I mean O as it’s O that insists it must contain onions and mushrooms) and toad in the hole.

But.

Tonight she make paprikash by mostly remembering what her mum does. We decided there was slightly too much paprika but otherwise it was delicious! (She said it wasn’t quite the same as at home but I told her that several of the things I do I can never get quite the same despite knowing exactly what my parents do.)

She is not allowed to be dismissive of her cooking abilities again because that was really tasty and i want to learn how to do it :-) (first time that’s happened with something one of the housemates has cooked)

Have now met with disability services and will be able to request deadline extensions if I need them and they are going to see if it is possible to increase the text size for my online exams but if not then I will get rest breaks. I was also offered a voice recorder to record lectures but said I already use my own dictaphone.

Why did my tutor not tell me to do this during first year? Why did it take until part way through my second year for me to know that there could be any sort of provision for long term health conditions like migraines?

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adventures-in-asexuality:

cerberusia:

adventures-in-asexuality:

…Much as I hate to admit it, cerberusia may have been right, and conditioning my hair more often may at least provide a temporary fix for it being very unhappy hair at the moment.

I am often right: ‘tis a curse, but I must bear it nobly. And you must condition your hair, else it will be very unhappy indeed. I know this because we have the same hair and I know that if I wish to spend anything under 10 minutes getting the tangles out (it has even, on particularly lucky occasions, taken less than 5!) when I wake up or leave the shower, I will have to use conditioner for dry, frizzy hair.

You want Aussie’s Miracle Moist conditioner, and you want to apply it to your hair from the ears down every time you get your hair wet, not just when you shampoo (which will probably only be required every other day). It will make your life wrt hair so much more pleasant.

…I was going to comment with confusion on the hair-brushing times, since it normally takes approximately two minutes for me to brush my hair, and then I remembered that the last time I attempted to brush my hair in your presence, you tsked at me and forcibly removed my hairbrush. >_>

Thank you for the recommendations - hair has been especially dry, fine & tangly of late, a situation of which I highly disapprove. (To the extent that I washed and conditioned it last night and it is already feeling dry again. @_@)

If it helps at all, I find that when mine is particularly dry it is often because I am slightly anaemic