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anonymous asked:

ok who would be extremely turned on by hearing your raspy fucked out voice after he fucked your face?


-Freddie Anderson

-Christian Djoos

-Tyson Barrie

-Nate Mackinnon

-Travis Konecny

-Jamie Benn

-Jordie Benn

-Ryan Nugent-Hopkins

5.20.19 • things I enjoy:

- beautifying my environment

- decoration and detail

- when the sun is shining super hard on dark bruise violet blue clouds highlighted by puffs of white clouds, as before a storm or after

- watching my plants grow


Do you regularly…
drink coffee?
drink tea?
curl your hair?
straighten your hair?
read the Bible?
play online games?
watch movies?
watch television?
read books?

Would you ever…
dye your hair a wild colour?
get a tattoo? - already have
get a piercing? - already have
bungee jump?

dance in public?
sing a solo?
travel to Africa?
ride an elephant?
travel to Europe?
travel to Asia?
travel solo?
travel to New York City?
ask out your crush?

Can you…
play an instrument?
touch your nose to your tongue?
lick the tip of your nose?

do the splits?
do a cartwheel?
write neatly?
write in cursive?
speak another language?
pop your fingers out of joint?
read minds?

Are you…
double jointed?

mentally ill?


Do you like…
writing in cursive?
creative writing?
to dance?
to sing?
to pray?


playing Truth or Dare?

Have you ever…
tried to redo your room to make it look like a room you saw on Pinterest?
tried to give yourself a hairstyle you found online?
set up a prayer corner in your room?
had an imaginary friend?
written on the side of a bathroom stall?
fallen asleep with your clothes on?
fallen in a pool fully clothed?
gotten sick from inhaling nail polish remover?
realised that life is amazing?
thought about ending your life?
cried in public?
sat on a rooftop with a friend?
written a letter to a celebrity?
wished on a shooting star?

Do you remember…
Pokemon cards?
the show Taina?
the show Caitlin’s Way?
when the Spice Girls performed on All That?
when the very first episode of Spongebob aired?
what you were doing on Sept. 11, 2001?
Aaron Carter?
choker necklaces?
“LiveStrong” wristbands?

Did you ever…
play with Barbies?
own an American Girl doll?
watch Nickelodeon?
obsess over a celebrity?
crush on a celebrity?
have imaginary friends?
play tag?
take swimming lessons?
take ballet?
take piano lessons?
have the flu?
have to go to the hospital?
dream of running away as a teenager?
get picked first in gym class?

Do you/have you listened to…
Avril Lavigne?
Carrie Underwood?
Taylor Swift?
Black Eyed Peas?
Aaron Carter?
The Backstreet Boys?
The Spice Girls?
S Club 7?
Casting Crowns?
The Jonas Brothers?

Have you ever played…
Truth or Dare?
Heads Up 7 Up?
Red Rover?
Tic Tac Toe?
Four Square?
Apples to Apples?
Chutes and Ladders?
Go Fish?
Never Have I Ever?
Two Truths and a Lie?

If You Really Knew Me?
Roller Coaster Tycoon?
American Girls Premiere?
Candy Crush Saga?
Mahjong Titans?
Mario Party?
Mario Kart?
The Sims?
Pac Man?
Skee ball?
Beer pong?

Do you like these names (for a girl)?…

Do you like these names (for a boy)?…

Would you ever dye your hair…
dark brown?
light brown?

red (the natural hair colour red)?
red (as in, bright red)?

Would you ever get a tattoo of…
a cross?
a peace sign?
a quote?
someone’s name?
a heart?
something insignificant?
a skull?
a flower?
a Japanese symbol?
a continent?
an elephant?
an awareness ribbon?
a fish?
stars? - already incorporated into one of my tattoos

What are you allergic to?
pet dander
tree nuts
another food
a medication

a type of glue or paint?

Have you ever been…

yelled at?

discriminated against?
close to being homeless?
isolated for a long and unhealthy period of time?

Do you consider yourself…



My Favourite Movies of The 80′s:

Originally posted by nintendocafe

Hey everybody! So following up from my list of my favourite films from the 50′s/60′s/70′s, today we’re going to be going over my favourite films from the 80′s. The 80′s had a lot of great films, but I was able to narrow it down to the 23 you see here. This list won’t be in any particular order like the last list. So without further ado, let’s get to the list!

1. Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

Originally posted by hudsonsbluff

2. The Shining (1980)

Originally posted by classichorrorblog

3. Airplane! (1980)

Originally posted by haidaspicciare

4. The Fox and The Hound (1981)

Originally posted by 1980s-90sgifs

5. The Thing (1982)

Originally posted by cary-elwes

6. The King of Comedy (1982)

Originally posted by wesandspikeandmarty

7. A Christmas Story (1983)

Originally posted by justalittletumblweed

8. Footloose (1984)

Originally posted by mastersofthe80s

9. Nausicaa of The Valley of The Wind (1984)

Originally posted by animetitle

10. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

Originally posted by 2othcentury

11. Aliens (1986)

Originally posted by rhade-zapan

12. Castle In The Sky (1986)

Originally posted by animetitle

13. Little Shop of Horrors (1986)

Originally posted by only80sgifs

14. Spaceballs (1987)

Originally posted by welcometoyouredoom

15. Moonstruck (1987)

Originally posted by blairwitchz

16. Grave of The Fireflies (1988)

Originally posted by alvsjo

17. A Fish Called Wanda (1988)

Originally posted by gifsontherun

18. Akira (1988)

Originally posted by ichise

19. The Land Before Time (1988)

Originally posted by dreamworksmoments

20. Say Anything (1989)

Originally posted by healthyhappysexywealthy

21. When Harry Met Sally (1989)

Originally posted by whichkinney

22. Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989)

Originally posted by kemurikusa

23. Steel Magnolias (1989)

Originally posted by leepace71

Thanks for reading and tune in for my favourite films of the 90′s! Have a great day!

Social Working 101 - Being Brave

I switched jobs! I now work in a girls’ living group. And - oh dear, it’s a different working I can tell you. It’s a home for girls at the age of 14 to 18 who are not able to live with their relatives, parents, foster parents, etc for what reason whatsoever anymore.

And a few days ago I had this moment, where an ex-boyfriend of one of the girls was waiting in front of the door. She was afraid. But she also had to go to work. So I offered to accompany her to the subway. And shit - of course, I have a bad feeling when a nineteen-year-old guy who is two heads taller than me is waiting at the door. The whole situation ended when he threw a cup of coffee at me and there was also an angry croaked croissant on my shoes involved. At least I had worn my windbreaker.

But, that was more or less okay for me, and let me tell you why.

1. Most important: better me than her. I can handle this kind of shit. If he wants to throw stuff at me - go on. I can decide later if I must call the cops or just wash my jacket. 

2. And of course, it’s scary. But I think fear and courage do not exclude each other. Yes, I think it’s quite uncomfortable that the bloke in front of me looks like he didn’t take a shit the last few days and obviously is not convinced that I’m not going to let him talk to his ex-girlfriend.

3. But at that moment I decided that being brave is more important. 

4. On the one hand, it was about being a good role model. To show that we are not so easily intimidated. That he cannot determine her daily routine.

5. On the other hand, it was also about proving to myself that I can handle the situation. And well, I was able to. And I hadn’t left the girl with a feeling of helplessness or injustice.

So, yes, when it would have been a different situation which was more dangerous or threatening then I would have searched for another way to handle it - but when it’s just a coffee stain and a little adrenalin in the morning .. well okay. Part of the job I would say.

And to be completely honest - I like tea much better than coffee anyway.

Originally posted by letthe3000rain


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sybil-ramkin  asked:

top 5 lists of 5 things (don't have to be lists you found somewhere, just Things that are good to List)

I’m glad for the clarification, or else I would’ve been lost

1. Songs - This is always fun, because it involves me going though a bunch of music I like and it varies so much depending on mood.

2. Places/sense memories - My favorite kind of writing to do is description, so explaining these sorts of things lets me do a lot of that

3. Games - I really like games (video and board) so it is fun to talk about them and think about how impactful they’ve been in my life.

4. These tips to relieving stress through shedding your skin and learning to revel in the hunt (number 3 will shock you)

5. To do lists - I just use a lot of these, they’re helpful for keeping track of things. I also do them for fun things too, like I’ve filled pages with my planned route in sunless sea before

Thank-you very much for asking! This one was tricky

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things (good and bad) (sometimes i just need to make lists) (feel free to scroll past)

Hard Shiz:
- Said goodbye to my cousin today. The service was beautiful, yet celebrated his wild free loving life as he would have wanted. 
- People have been telling me my face and body are “fuller” and “healthier” and I keep taking it as I look bad.
- I hate every single pic from this weekend in Maine of me cause what I see is a big blob 
- I had a great recovery run with my coach today and I was telling him everything about the weekend. We were so happy and I was reminiscing like an excited school girl (haha) but then he asked to see pics at the end of our run and I instantly said I didn’t have them on my phone anymore (Totally lied cause I hate every single shot of me and hate having my picture taken now)
- It sucks because something that is supposed to be progress and a positive thing instigates negative body image, insecurity through the roof, and I want to hide

On the positive side:
- A ton of puppy cuddles and coffee was had this morning with my Hal Pal
- Focusing on said recovery run and getting to do what I love with someone I love 
- I took an epsom salt bath to relax (or try to relax) and give my muscles some tender love and care 
- New man is coming over and he’s getting a Chef Nicole meal for dinner 
- We’re also going to watch Game of Thrones 
- Today has been really productive between catching up on laundry, prepping dinner for tonight, organizing the kitchen and separating my gigantically obnoxious mug collection from my parents’ mugs so I’m not completely taking over the cabinets 😂 and doing some errands 
- I get to go to my sports chiro tomorrow after work and a lifting session so I’ll basically be a new person and I can’t wait 

Slow sunday with the pup and the rain. So far: A long walk, Tossing the ball and learning to not react while the ball rolls, Phone call with my love, Phone call with my dad, Listening to Olivia Clementine, Sending flowers, Dishes. 

So many things for a ‘slow’ day. How can I get slower?

Musts: Rabbit care, Stretching. 

Possibilities: Anything that makes time slow down.

last days off before hawaii list!

  • buy last lil bits
    • hub swimsuit, both of us rashguards
    • body glide, underwater cell phone holders
  • charge kindle, polaroid
  • load in kindle library books
  • laundry
  • pedicure friday
  • pack suitcase & carry on