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Aug 22

BatBones by ash-bunny

BatBones by ash-bunny

Triskelion Mandala - square by miriamjangles on Flickr.

Triskelion Mandala - square by miriamjangles on Flickr.

Modern Life by Andrew Hitchen © by scratch productions on Flickr.

Modern Life by Andrew Hitchen © by scratch productions on Flickr.

Aug 21

“You have to learn to say no without feeling guilty. Setting boundaries is healthy. You need to learn to respect and take care of yourself.” — (via shutdownthecity)

(Source: onlinecounsellingcollege, via fogblogger)

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thepunkrocker:

thescentofsouls:

I’ll respect your opinion as long as your opinion doesn’t disrespect my existence.

THIS PHRASE SHOULD BE WRITTEN EVERYWHERE AROUND THE WORLD 

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frankenbtch:

Infrared supermoon- 8/10

frankenbtch:

Infrared supermoon- 8/10

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betterthandarkchocolate:

My grandama has been in a coma for the last month.

She woke up today, she still has terminal stomach cancer but it means I get to see her at least one last time. 

She and my Papa (sadly passed away), practically raised me to get away from my abusive father. My only happy childhood memories have been with them.

I love you grand mama, you are like another parent to me. <3

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earthseas-ky:

morphology (by KyL 2014)

helmet urchin (Colobocentrotus atratus)An urchin with flattened spines adapted for areas with high wave action.

earthseas-ky:

morphology (by KyL 2014)

helmet urchin (Colobocentrotus atratus)
An urchin with flattened spines adapted for areas with high wave action.

(via koryos)

void-dance:

Long-ago Venuses.

void-dance:

Long-ago Venuses.

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saxifraga-x-urbium:

Since a whole slew of people who follow me are coming to the UK to study this autumn (EXCITING!), here is a visual guide to dealing with shrapnel/loose change. Coins are shown from left to right in order of value, showing relative size &amp; colour so that you can work out how much money you have at a glance.
1p coin. Functionally useless but if you have enough in your pocket they add up to actual values. (100th of a pound).
2p coin. Roughly the same. Feel free to get rid of these by putting them in charity boxes etc, throwing them in fountains, losing them on the pavement - everyone else does. (2/100ths of a pound).
5p coin. There are very, very few things you can actually buy for 5p but a handful occasionally represents a useful amount of money. (20th of a pound). The rule with picking up coins is never bend for copper unless you’re actually starving, this one is kind of borderline.
10p coin. I’ve seen weird snack foods in the back of shops and some newspapers for 10p so this is actual money. (10th of a pound)
20p coin. Actual money! Note shape. (5th of a pound)
50p coin. Genuine actual money, you can buy things like chewing gum or chocolate with this (although not in London all our chocolate bars are about a millionty quin). (1/2 a pound)
£1 coin. Hang onto these, you can buy Actual Stuff like bread or milk or whatever with them.
£2 coin. Some machines don’t take these. 

saxifraga-x-urbium:

Since a whole slew of people who follow me are coming to the UK to study this autumn (EXCITING!), here is a visual guide to dealing with shrapnel/loose change. Coins are shown from left to right in order of value, showing relative size & colour so that you can work out how much money you have at a glance.

  1. 1p coin. Functionally useless but if you have enough in your pocket they add up to actual values. (100th of a pound).
  2. 2p coin. Roughly the same. Feel free to get rid of these by putting them in charity boxes etc, throwing them in fountains, losing them on the pavement - everyone else does. (2/100ths of a pound).
  3. 5p coin. There are very, very few things you can actually buy for 5p but a handful occasionally represents a useful amount of money. (20th of a pound). The rule with picking up coins is never bend for copper unless you’re actually starving, this one is kind of borderline.
  4. 10p coin. I’ve seen weird snack foods in the back of shops and some newspapers for 10p so this is actual money. (10th of a pound)
  5. 20p coin. Actual money! Note shape. (5th of a pound)
  6. 50p coin. Genuine actual money, you can buy things like chewing gum or chocolate with this (although not in London all our chocolate bars are about a millionty quin). (1/2 a pound)
  7. £1 coin. Hang onto these, you can buy Actual Stuff like bread or milk or whatever with them.
  8. £2 coin. Some machines don’t take these. 

(Source: ukshock.wordpress.com)

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