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Wow

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runningonspoons:

Ok I want to show you guys a really easy way to use an ace bandage to keep your shoulders back in place. I do this when I have pain at my sternum, or when I can tell one of my shoulders is sitting farther forward than the other. It might not look like much, but it does wonders for my pain after just a short period of time. Ok here is how it works

  1. tie an ace bandage in a loop. Mine is about 5’ unstretched
  2. Get inside the loop. I like to put it right below my bust
  3. Cross it over behind you. You are now in one loop of an infinity sign
  4. Carefully put your arms through the loop behind you. Be very careful if your shoulders sublux
  5. You should now look like you’re wearing a halter top with a band below it. I find it’s most comfortable if I position the knot at my neck halter top style

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My philosophy on life…

mclmmregularguy:

living-chronically:

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Exactly !

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Sleep doesn’t relieve my exhaustion anymore.

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continence:

linguisticsyall:

romancingthelanguages:

“Shit It’s raining”

I can’t think of a better thing to put on an umbrella.

i want this

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  • spanish and italian: So THESE words are feminine and THESE words are masculine, and you ALWAYS put an adjective AFTER the noun.
  • french: haha i dont fuckin know man just do whatever
  • german: LET'S ADD A NEUTRAL NOUN HAHA
  • english: *shooting up in the bathroom*
  • gaelic: the pronounciation changes depending on the gender and what letter the word starts and ends with and hahah i dont even know good fucking luck
  • polish: here have all of these consonants have fun
  • japanese: subject article noun article verb. too bad there's three fucking alphabets lmao hope your first language isn't western
  • welsh: sneeze, and chances are you've got it right. idfk
  • chinese: here's a picture. draw it. it means something. it can be pronounced four different ways. these twenty other pictures are pronounced the same but have very different meanings. godspeed.
  • arabic: so here's this one word. it actually translates to three words. also pronouns don't really exist. the gender is all in the verb. have fun!
  • latin: here memorize 500 charts and then you still dont know what the fuck is happening
  • sign language: If you move this sign by a tenth of an inch, you'll be signing "penis"
  • russian: idk man its pronounced like its spelt but good fucking luck spelling it
  • Greek: so basically we're going to add 15 syllables to every word you know and assign it one of 3 genders at random. Also good luck figuring out where to put the accents you piece of shit

Free Mythology Books for Kindle!

jumbledmystic:

Can’t speak for the quality of these books, but I figure that free books are free books and they are worth the read for anyone with an interest in mythology!

Note: All of these books are free as of this writing and most are public domain, but always double check the price before clicking to purchase.

  1. The Children of Odin The Book of Northern Myths
  2. Asgard Stories Tales from Norse Mythology
  3. Myths & Legends of the Celtic Race
  4. Viking Tales
  5. Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland
  6. Hero-Myths & Legends of the British Race
  7. Aw-Aw-Tam Indian Nights Being the myths and legends of the Pimas of Arizona
  8. Myths and Legends of the Sioux
  9. Myths and Legends of the Great Plains
  10. Myths and Legends of California and the Old Southwest
  11. American Hero-Myths: A Study in the Native Religions of the Western Continent
  12. Nights With Uncle Remus: Myths and Legends of the Old Plantation
  13. Myths of Babylonia and Assyria
  14. Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome
  15. Myths and Legends of China
  16. Curious Myths of the Middle Ages
  17. Bible Myths and their Parallels in other Religions: Being a Comparison of the Old and New Testament Myths and Miracles with those of the Heathen Nations … Considering also their Origin and Meaning
  18. Myths and Legends of All Nations: Famous Stories from the Greek, German, English, Spanish, Scandinavian, Danish, French, Russian, Bohemian, Italian and other sources
  19. A Book of Myths
  20. Myths That Every Child Should Know: A Selection Of The Classic Myths Of All Times For Young
  21. Famous Tales of Fact and Fancy: Myths and Legends of the Nations of the World Retold for Boys and Girls

EDIT: And for those of you that do not have a Kindle — THERE IS AN APP for that! You can get the Kindle app for ipod/iphone etc here, you can also get the program for PC here, and finally the one for Mac over here!

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georgetakei:

I’m imagining what it looks like at midnight though.

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talonsandwings:

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Obscure Color Words

  • albicant: whitish; becoming white
  • amaranthine: immortal; undying; deep purple-red colour
  • aubergine: eggplant; a dark purple colour
  • azure: light or sky blue; the heraldic colour blue
  • celadon: pale green; pale green glazed pottery
  • cerulean: sky-blue; dark blue; sea-green
  • chartreuse: yellow-green colour
  • cinnabar: red crystalline mercuric sulfide pigment; deep red or scarlet colour
  • citrine: dark greenish-yellow
  • eburnean: of or like ivory; ivory-coloured
  • erythraean: reddish colour
  • flavescent: yellowish or turning yellow
  • greige: of a grey-beige colour
  • haematic: blood coloured
  • heliotrope: purplish hue; purplish-flowered plant; ancient sundial; signalling mirror
  • hoary: pale silver-grey colour; grey with age
  • isabelline: greyish yellow
  • jacinthe: orange colour
  • kermes: brilliant red colour; a red dye derived from insects
  • lovat: grey-green; blue-green
  • madder: red dye made from brazil wood; a reddish or red-orange colour
  • mauve: light bluish purple
  • mazarine: rich blue or reddish-blue colour
  • russet: reddish brown
  • sable: black; dark; of a black colour in heraldry
  • saffron: orange-yellow
  • sarcoline: flesh-coloured
  • smaragdine: emerald green
  • tilleul: pale yellowish-green
  • titian: red-gold, reddish brown
  • vermilion: bright red
  • virid: green
  • viridian: chrome green
  • xanthic: yellow
  • zinnober: chrome green