for the love of god stop messaging me telling me things aren’t vegan.
“bacon isn’t vegan.”
“chicken isn’t vegan.”
“cheese isn’t vegan.”
“fish isn’t vegan.”
is it really that hard to understand that what i’m posting are the VEGAN versions of these foods?! i answer this question constantly, and i’m just giving up from here on out. i’m done. someone even went so far as to call me stupid because “vegans don’t eat cheese.” correct. vegans do not eat cheese, but we do eat VEGAN cheese, asshole.
Raps about how drugs will kill you
Raps about how it’s okay to not have expensive clothes and shop at thrift shops
Raps about how it’s awful what homosexuals have to go thru,and how we should legalize gay marriage
Raps about how everything is expensive and how kids shouldn’t be so obsessed about what they wear.
- me: i don't want kids
- them: one da-
- me: no
Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.
Coining, also known as ‘cao gio’ is a popular form of alternative medicine in many Southeast Asian countries. A dermabrasive therapy, coining is used to help relieve symptoms of nausea, vomiting, chills, fever aches and pain. When illness is experience, the skin is first lubricated with a balm or oil and a coin is used to rub firmly and repeat in a linear pattern until blood appears under the skin
Moro Battle Kris Sword
- Dated: 19th century
- Culture: Southern Philippines
- Measurements: 28 1/2” Overall with a 23” blade
This is a moro Fighting kris sword with an unusual 23 wave blade. The simple handle has been wrapped multiple times with different layers of varying materials to keep this sword in use for a very long time. The stirrups are silver, and the blade is very well forged showing a hardened edge. It is rare for a Moro kris to have so many waves and this one would have been made for a special person.
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