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deebrisbyfish · a day ago
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Once upon a time, I was the FIRST person to loudly complain about Christmas merchandise going up in stores early. It used to drive me NUTS to see lights and trees on the store shelves when it was still September or October. (And even a few times in AUGUST)  That said, I started to realize that Halloween stuff is now being marketed and pushed in the exact same fashion, coming out in stores in the middle of Summer, and that it's pretty much the same thing. The only REAL difference was that I was super HAPPY about seeing that stuff so early.  As such, I decided that it was maybe a WEE hypocritical for me to shit on those who get excited for trees and tinsel as WE do seeing skulls and pumpkins. I suspect most folks reading this, however, will be on Heidi's side in this strip. lol
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sexy-celestial · a day ago
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pusheen · 2 months ago
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one-time-i-dreamt · 2 months ago
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I went to the store to buy some eggs and a bottle of orange juice. It cost $32.03 in total.
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uroko · 7 months ago
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Blooming Room
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myjetpack · 7 months ago
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For the @guardian
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zumidraws · a month ago
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Wanted to try to blend anime and semirealism more^^
Goodies on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/zumi
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msterpicasso · 3 months ago
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@gr8fitschaz/@dumpsbychaz
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vintageeveryday · 3 months ago
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The Disappearing Face of New York: 27 wonderful photographs of old storefronts in New York.
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whetstonefires · a year ago
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store-brand baking soda packaging: NON-GMO
for sure i stared at the wall for a couple of minutes, trying to construct a scenario in which baking soda--a chemically processed form of the more ancient 'washing soda' aka soda ash, produced commercially in a couple of different ways but all of them based on mining--would ever be derived from a genetically modified organism.
like, i get it, it's free positivity, it's like seizing the opportunity to be like 'gluten free apples! :DDDD' like there's any other kind but. just.
the sci-fi industrial scenarios implied by the assurance that no genetic modification was involved in the production of this mineral from out of the ground. i'm
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retropopcult · a month ago
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1950s supermarket
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honeyykem · 7 months ago
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m34gs · 5 months ago
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Shoutout to my fellow plus-size people!
If you're feeling like you don't know where to shop, or what sort of places you can buy from, or if you just want to try some new places, I have some suggestions and shops that I have found work for me:
1. Pennington's - This is a chain store. It offers sizes 14-32 (x-5x); and it's pretty good for business casual. They offer everything you would find in a more "straight-sized" store, and have several different models with different body sizes and shapes to display their items online. The clothes are made to fit comfortably and the entire experience, I find, is nice because I know I will find clothes I enjoy that actually fit me. They also take into account the difference between "regular", "tall", and "petite"; which is wonderful because not all of us are the same. Check out the sizing chart and measurement guide here. Also, budget accordingly; this place can be a bit pricey, and I try to take advantage of the sales when I go.
2. store.mayakern.com (@mayakern on tumblr) - Maya Kern's store is an independent business and has given me a lot of joy and hope for online shopping. The skirts are all designed by Maya, with some exceptions being the ones that are collaborated on with other artists. All the designs are incredibly unique and very beautiful. I get so many compliments whenever I wear them!! They have wonderful large pockets that don't impede the design or silhouette at all, and they are so incredibly comfortable. I will praise these skirts all my days. Seriously, if you enjoy comfortable skirts with a unique design, give this shop a try! There is a specific sizing chart for the shop, since the skirts have a stretchy waist. The sizes available cover from a 25 inch (64cm) waist to a 66 inch (167cm) waist. Plus, there are lots of other cool items listed in-store, such as pins and journals! Be sure to pay attention to when pre-orders are if you want to order a skirt!
3. Fresh Hot Flavors - This is another store with some very cool items! Skirts, pants, shirts, shorts, and more, all with different and unique designs. They also have an entire line dedicated to Pride; their Pixel Pride Collection. Make sure to measure yourself and take a look at their sizing chart; the store covers size xxs to 6x. I ordered a couple of skirts from this store and they are very comfortable and beautiful!!
4. Witch Bitch Thrift - A thrift store that is run by and marketed to witches! Thrifting is a great way to save money and be eco-friendly. They offer images of their selection online and I've seen sizes ranging from 6x to small. It's been a long time since I found a thrift store with items I admired in my size. Definitely worth it to give this shop a look! They have online shopping and ship items worldwide, so don't worry about location! The store even offers a virtual styling session that customers can book. Clothes aren't the only thing this store offers; they also have a selection of witchy supplies!
Feel free to add other suggestions; please do not use this post as a ground for arguing about which stores you like or dislike.
Non-plus-sized people, please feel free to reblog this to signal boost it to any plus-size followers/friends you may have who might be interested!
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one-time-i-dreamt · 2 months ago
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My best friend and I lived in a small rural area in a small house and we ran some kind of agency together from it. One day, we got a knock on the door and someone left a baby on the doorstep with $5 million in cash and a note that said "please take care of them".
The rest of the dream was pretty much a sitcom of me and him taking care of this baby and buying baby necessities at Walmart while scrambling to take care of the child.
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radicallyretro · 2 months ago
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We put on our best gym wear to go the mall so we can quickly dodge the ladies working in the cosmetics department trying to spray us with perfume.
​ ​Scans by @servoisnaked from The Best of Store Designs, 1986
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Abandoned Places
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brightgoat · 10 months ago
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SHOPPING SPREE
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