I just read through your entire tumblr and I am shocked at how much of a face-changer you are. Your face looks different in EVERY picture! You vary from holy-fucking-shit-he's-so-hot to I'd-talk-to-him-if-he-approached-me. Which are you in real life?
Neither. I think I’m generally pretty photogenic, so I’m better looking in pictures than in real life. Plus, I obviously pick good pictures of myself to post on MY OWN BLOG. None where you can see my missing left thumb, for instance.
So, sorry to burst your e-bubble, but if you can’t decide based on my cherry-picked photos, I’m probably not cute enough for you in real life.
“‘Turns out, I consume a ton of cupcakes,’ she says. Crunching the data to see when and where she bought the cupcakes, she discovered that 40 per cent of her purchases were made on Tuesdays at the same kiosk she passed in downtown San Francisco—on her way to see her personal trainer. She studied her mood data from the same time to see if there was an emotional factor but found no correlation and concluded the purchases were attributable to convenience. As a result she asked her trainer to meet her in a different neighborhood and successfully cut her cupcake consumption by 40 percent.”—
And it was surprisingly easy. I know that custom, homemade soaps are having a moment in the sun (but not really because they’d melt lol), so I thought I’d share my recipe here.
Take the bar of soap that you’ve been using for a few weeks and a new bar of soap. (I use Dove, but you can use whatever you want because it’s YOUR OWN CUSTOM SOAP. Heck get a little crazy and use TWO DIFFERENT KINDS.)
Get them wet and press the little one into the big one. Hard. No, harder than that. Jesus, relax, that’s hard enough.
Let them dry.
Congratulations! You’ve got your own custom, homemade soap!