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kawaii-foodie · 20 hours ago
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hazardpan
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life-spire · a day ago
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@ Nicola Barts
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notpikaman · an hour ago
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koredzas · a day ago
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Carlo Crivelli - Madonna and Child Enthroned with Donor. Detail. 1470
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sreegs · 5 months ago
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William Mason Brown (1828-1898) "Raspberries in a Wooded Landscape" Oil on canvas Located in the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas
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sayhoneysiren · 3 months ago
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dark feminine habits
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1. ᴍᴀꜱᴛᴇʀʙᴀᴛᴇ. give yourself permission to feel pleasure. it release stress from your body.
2. get naked. dance naked. sleep naked. look at you body in the mirror. soak in a bath. moisturize your skin. get a massage.
3. tell people no. if it’s not a hell yes, don’t waste your time. you have free will to do as you please. you are not a slave.
4. have pride in yourself and your achievements. set goals. accept compliments. own your confidence. shine.
5. flirt. it’s fun.
6. do shadow work. at the end of your day, take time to reflect on your mistakes and write down ways to make progress. this helps you understand your fears and guilts. journal. introspection.
7. don’t go along with anything that feels wrong to you. be assertive and don’t be afraid to cut someone off or cause a scene when your boundaries are crossed.
8. work your brain. do puzzles. reads books. learn about seduction. develop a skill. take time to daydream. visually manifest.
9. be daring. wear a sexy outfit or bold makeup look. show cleavage. follow your dreams. break routine. speak your mind. shock the people around you and ignore their judgements.
10. release timidity. stop overly apologizing, stuttering and overthinking. say exactly what you mean. feel exactly how you feel. banish all forms of guilt and shame.
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notpikaman · an hour ago
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honeyrolls · 8 months ago
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Heart Lemon 🍋 / Star Lemon 🍋
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dammit-theclown · 4 months ago
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Every day I think about this tweet.
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turtletoria · 2 months ago
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meow, and i cannot stress this enough, meow meow.
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yorksnapshots2 · 22 days ago
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Apple Orchard.
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notpikaman · an hour ago
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headspace-hotel · 2 months ago
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The day before yesterday I got to try a ripe pawpaw for the first time.
Someone else was supposed to come in at the center, but I was in the mood to be alone, so I fucked off into the woods at the earliest available opportunity, looking to collect more hickory nuts.
I hiked about two miles down the trail, seeking to find a little-used path as far from the center as I could reasonably make it. I was five or ten minutes down a fork in the path heading down a valley when I unexpectedly smelled something familiar: the scent of ripe pawpaws. I only knew that scent from having come upon a rotten one several days back on the trail.
I had seen pawpaw trees on the way up, but I looked around and saw nothing. I indulged a beast-like impulse: I sniffed. I turned until I was facing the direction of the scent and moved towards it. And I saw, about 50 feet away down the hillside below...a pawpaw grove
Some interesting facts about pawpaws:
The pawpaw is the largest fruit native to North America, known for its "tropical" flavor. Despite being reputed to be delicious, it is not found in grocery stores due to the fruits being far too delicate to ship without spoiling. A few people farm them, but otherwise the only way to get one is to come upon one growing wild, which is rare, because the opossums love them.
Pawpaw trees are hard to grow and take 10-15 years to produce fruit, but you can see wild ones in mature and well managed woods of Kentucky. They are small, barely trees, only about 15-20 feet tall, with trunks only a bit bigger around than a circle you can make with your index finger and thumb. They almost always grow in clonal colonies, groups of many trees that are all clones of each other due to being propagated from the roots of existing trees. They are also strictly understory trees, growing in the shade of much larger trees.
Now, an interesting fact about Eastern Kentucky: At the fringe of Appalachia, and even into parts of the Outer Bluegrass, the terrain frequently turns into very steep rolling hills.
It's hard to notice if you are in more cultivated areas that have been leveled out more, but in wilder parts you can seldom just casually walk in a straight line through the woods. Unless you are following the contour of the hills, you are either sliding and gripping saplings to slow your descent or you are climbing on all fours.
Such was the hill below me, descending at roughly a fifty-degree angle into the pawpaw grove.
I was going to get me some fucking pawpaws.
I climb down the hill by a combination of scooting, sliding, and scrabbling. After a few minutes of struggle I am standing in the pawpaw grove, alone, scanning the branches with my eyes.
The ground is littered everywhere with pawpaws, some very rotten. I see only two or three fruits remaining in the trees, and I walk around giving each tree a good shake, thinking to myself about how this is certainly an experience shared by millions of years' worth of primate ancestors before me.
After nearly ten minutes of (literally) fruitless tree-shaking, I start to eye the fallen pawpaws on the ground around me.
Some of them are perfectly fine-looking. The skin hasn't even been broken into. I pick one up.
It is very soft, but not squishy like something rotten. It is about as long as my index finger (my hands are small) and oblong. Its smooth skin is pale green and spotted with brown like a very ripe banana. I tear the skin back and give the creamy orange insides a test lick.
Friends.
It was transcendent.
Imagine the most perfect ripe mango, but with a flavor that is more banana-like, mellow and creamy and mild instead of tangy. The texture is perfectly smooth and soft unlike any other fruit. You can lick it and it will just melt in your mouth.
I am autistic and a very picky eater due to the difficult textures of many foods, and this fruit has the perfect texture. Mangos are already one of my favorite foods and this is somehow even better. I remember, deliriously, that farmers are seeking to improve pawpaws for possible commercial production, and it seems like the height of foolishness there in the pawpaw grove. There is no possible way wild pawpaws could be improved. All of creation is tainted by the Fall of Man, except for fucking pawpaws, because they are beyond the earthly tier of fruits.
I lick it like a dog going crazy on a Kong full of peanut butter until it falls apart in my hands and start scanning the ground for another.
They are all perfectly ripe and mostly untouched by bugs or creatures. I start just squishing them in my hands and licking the creamy insides. I am just planting my face in these fruits like some kind of animal. My face and hands are covered in pawpaw squish.
I go through like ten of them before returning to my senses. I've been thoughtlessly wiping my hands on my pants, and they are now more soiled than the clothes of the messiest toddler. I feel primal and connected to my ancestors. I have truly earned my Primate Card.
My mom said in the car that I smelled very strongly of something (pawpaws) so it's safe to say that literally every person I passed on the way back down the trail got a good whiff too, and likely connected it to the Pawpaw Squish that was basically all over me.
Regrets: None
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debelice · 8 months ago
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Almost Seedless Mango 🥭 (mahachanok from Thailand)
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tofupixel · 3 months ago
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my sketchbook (wip)
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relaxingifs · 6 months ago
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foodloversfarm on ig
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notpikaman · an hour ago
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sayhoneysiren · 3 months ago
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light feminine habits
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1. speak with kindness. don’t speak harshly to yourself. speak with compassion and tenderness. you’re not dumb or stupid, you’re learning. also, be mindful of your loved ones feelings when you speak.
2. slow down. drop the plans and go with the flow. meditate. plan a getaway. take a nap.
3. let yourself feel. when you feel like crying, cry. when you feel like laughing, laugh. when you feel like screaming, scream.
4. be playful. not everything needs to be taken so seriously. spend time around babies and animals. watch cartoons and fairytale movies.
5. learn. be open. ask questions. be curious without commitment.
6. build a connection to nature. take a walk in the park. smell the flowers. cloud gaze. listen to the birds. walk barefoot in the grass. sunbathe. have. a picnic.
7. decorate. surround yourself with things that makes you feel happy. look on pinterest for creative ideas. hang pictures up in your wall. buy cute trinkets. make your space aesthetically pleasing.
8. make yourself a nourishing meal. cook/bake. learn new recipes. eat tasty foods.
9. play soothing music. listen to calming sounds or music that can put your mind at ease.
10. let stuff go. seek for a harmonious environment. stop arguing. stop worrying and let universe handle it.
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honeyrolls · 9 months ago
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Strawberry Bat 🍓 / Peach Bat 🍑
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