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huecuvu:

bluerobotto:

Since my last giveaway was a success I decided to do another one :D  this one ends in just one week :V

PRIZE:

You can win one messenger bag from the ones available in BlueRobotto’s shop (Check out the shop for more pics and the description of each bag)

2 persons will be selected to win a messenger bag of their choice (1 each winner).            

How to participate:

  • You don’t have to follow BlueRobotto.
  • Reblog this post to participate, only 1 reblog to prevent spam.
  • Likes count too.
  • If you win I should be able to contact you through your tumblr (very important).

Things to consider:

  • Shipping to anywhere in the world, BlueRobotto will cover the shipping expenses.
  • Any question feel free to send a messege :)

The givaway will end on Saturday October 25th, at 10:00 PM Central America time.

Good luck to everyone who participates :D

You can also contact BlueRobotto on twitter @bluerobotto if you want to ask anything.


 

(via crispypata)

Earlier this week I was on my way to a job interview when I saw what I thought was an albino rat corpse baking in the sun on the road. When I got closer I realised it was a kitten and poked it with my shoe. I was 99% sure it was dead but the poor little thing opened and closed her mouth trying to meow. 

I picked her up, got in a taxi and went away from my interview to get her to the vets. She started purring when I picked her up and purred all the way to the clinic. I had no appointment but no less than 7 people dropped what they were doing to come help her. She ate and they tried to get her hydrated and keep her warm. Somehow she lasted a whole night but died the next day. 

The vet bills were worth it. She died warm and fed with people minding her instead of baking on the road. I am glad I could bring her to people who made her happy. I am glad I made her purr. I am glad I have photos to share to remind people that there is no such thing as an unimportant act of kindness even though sometimes it feels like you failed. 

Bye bye kitten. I am glad I met you. 

stiffnips4wintersoldier:

lifelikeslemons:

rairii:

cupcakemichi:

moonykins:

Things nobody ever tells you about female bodily functions, so you have to google it to find out it’s perfectly normal:

Vaginal chemistry being acidic enough to bleach your black underwear.

wait… so *that’s* what happens?!?

I THOUGHT IT WAS STAINS NO WONDER THEY WEREN’T WASHING OFF

holy shit i was so embarrassed about this

OH MY GOD

ACID VAGINA SUPER VILLAIN POWERS!! No underwear are safe. 

(via crispypata)

First experience of hospitals in Hanoi. Luckily I was not in a rush to see anyone and am in no pain. I just wanted a consultation to speak to an Audiologist or an ENT specialist to get my hearing aid repaired. The battery case (which also functions as an on/off button) is loose because of a tiny cracked latch so it will not stay turned on. I teach English, it is useful to be able to hear my students when I ask them to speak. 
The first hospital I went to was Hong Ngoc. It was a nice looking, modern enough and clean hospital from what I saw although the wheelchair ramp was at an alarming angle and there were motorbikes parked in front of the only ambulance in sight. It took 4 nurses a receptionist and a man in scrubs to tell me that no one in the hospital could help me. I made the mistake of holding my hearing aid up by way of explanation when I asked “Can I speak to someone in the ENT department” It was much handled and passed around. Eventually I got it back and was sent away with a bit of paper to give to the taxi to get to a hospital that might help me. Upon inspection of my hearing aid in the taxi the cracked bit of plastic on the latch was now gone. They broke my hearing aid even more and then sent me away. I was rather upset. 
The second hospital in Bach Mai (which I found after a 10 minute walk because the taxi dropped me off at the wrong place and I needed to get directions) was shockingly run down. The ward I arrived in had mould on every wall and people on stretchers in the hallway. Somewhere there was a man screaming. There was no one at reception, a guard pointed at his watch and held up two fingers. Come back at two. I hoped the screaming man would be seen before then. I went for a walk while I waited and found A&E which was more modern and much cleaner. I thought I could ask for directions here and hopefully not be sent back to the screaming man ward. I asked 1 guard and 2 nurses where the ENT department was (or if there was one), I wrote ENT on paper and pointed at my ears as I have no Vietnamese and I don’t expect other people to have English. All three listened and walked away. I was ignored. Ok it is A&E, they have better things to do so I waited a while. I saw a nurse who didn’t look busy and asked for the ENT department again. She had enough English to send me back to the screaming man ward. The screaming man was still there somewhere and still screaming. I walked the halls and think I found ENT. There were rooms with signs that had things like “Olfactory” and I guessed I was in ENT or possibly cosmetics. Either way I found a faded handprint on a wall in blood or possibly faeces. An old woman was pushing around a dry mop. I went home. 
Can anyone in Hanoi tell me what the heck happened here? Where can I see an ENT specialist or an Audiologist? This is shockingly poor standards which I have never come across in Hanoi before. The photo above is the only photo I could take before my phone’s battery started to die. This was one of the cleaner hallways in the screaming man ward. The smell of urine was disturbing. A man waved a bloodied, bandaged hand at me as I was leaving. He was smiling. 
What just happened!?

First experience of hospitals in Hanoi. Luckily I was not in a rush to see anyone and am in no pain. I just wanted a consultation to speak to an Audiologist or an ENT specialist to get my hearing aid repaired. The battery case (which also functions as an on/off button) is loose because of a tiny cracked latch so it will not stay turned on. I teach English, it is useful to be able to hear my students when I ask them to speak. 

The first hospital I went to was Hong Ngoc. It was a nice looking, modern enough and clean hospital from what I saw although the wheelchair ramp was at an alarming angle and there were motorbikes parked in front of the only ambulance in sight. It took 4 nurses a receptionist and a man in scrubs to tell me that no one in the hospital could help me. I made the mistake of holding my hearing aid up by way of explanation when I asked “Can I speak to someone in the ENT department” It was much handled and passed around. Eventually I got it back and was sent away with a bit of paper to give to the taxi to get to a hospital that might help me. Upon inspection of my hearing aid in the taxi the cracked bit of plastic on the latch was now gone. They broke my hearing aid even more and then sent me away. I was rather upset. 

The second hospital in Bach Mai (which I found after a 10 minute walk because the taxi dropped me off at the wrong place and I needed to get directions) was shockingly run down. The ward I arrived in had mould on every wall and people on stretchers in the hallway. Somewhere there was a man screaming. There was no one at reception, a guard pointed at his watch and held up two fingers. Come back at two. I hoped the screaming man would be seen before then. I went for a walk while I waited and found A&E which was more modern and much cleaner. I thought I could ask for directions here and hopefully not be sent back to the screaming man ward. I asked 1 guard and 2 nurses where the ENT department was (or if there was one), I wrote ENT on paper and pointed at my ears as I have no Vietnamese and I don’t expect other people to have English. All three listened and walked away. I was ignored. Ok it is A&E, they have better things to do so I waited a while. I saw a nurse who didn’t look busy and asked for the ENT department again. She had enough English to send me back to the screaming man ward. The screaming man was still there somewhere and still screaming. I walked the halls and think I found ENT. There were rooms with signs that had things like “Olfactory” and I guessed I was in ENT or possibly cosmetics. Either way I found a faded handprint on a wall in blood or possibly faeces. An old woman was pushing around a dry mop. I went home. 

Can anyone in Hanoi tell me what the heck happened here? Where can I see an ENT specialist or an Audiologist? This is shockingly poor standards which I have never come across in Hanoi before. The photo above is the only photo I could take before my phone’s battery started to die. This was one of the cleaner hallways in the screaming man ward. The smell of urine was disturbing. A man waved a bloodied, bandaged hand at me as I was leaving. He was smiling. 

What just happened!?

4chansey:

4CHANSEY'S ART SUPPLIES GIVEAWAY

I recently saved up and bought myself a new tablet so I’ve decided to give one of my old ones away along with some of the PROMARKER markers I’ve accumulated! 
The winner will receive everything in the photos and I will ship internationally. 

I’m looking forward to seeing who the winner of this giveaway is so I can witness them using these supplies and do them justice!

RULES:
✿ Mbf me 

✿ No giveaway blogs! 

✿ Must be comfortable giving me your address!
✿ Reblog as many times as you want! Likes do not count but are allowed! 

✿ The giveaway will end on the 1/Nov/14 & the winner will be picked with a random generator!

GOOD LUCK

(via thepokemom)

akashisochinchin:

lillinox:

lightspeedsound:

Ok but what if mermaids didn’t just live in liquid bodies of water.

What if there were mermaids who lived in thunder clouds and lured air plane pilots to their doom

What if Amelia Earhart was just seduced by a tropical storm mermaid and they’re living happily together in some seasonal monsoon system somewhere above the Bermuda Triangle

I ship it.

I fly it

(via crispypata)

thevirginityslayer:

edwardspoonhands:

moeranda:

itseliberg33:

can she just get an award or something

I reblog this whenever it pops up on my dash.

So many directions she could have gone with this joke…out of infinite possibilities…she picked the best possible direction.

Best video in the world

I am in love with a watermelon wearing, dancing goddess. 

(Source: aryanstark, via crispypata)

infinitystops:

HOLY FUCK

Bic win the complaints department awesomeness award. 

infinitystops:

HOLY FUCK

Bic win the complaints department awesomeness award. 

(Source: safewordstealy, via crispypata)

Having students discuss what places they would like to visit and why:

Student 1 “Why do you want to go to Hawaii?”

Student 2 “Coconut breast.”

huecuvu:

bluerobotto:

Since my last giveaway was a success I decided to do another one :D  this one ends in just one week :V

PRIZE:

You can win one messenger bag from the ones available in BlueRobotto’s shop (Check out the shop for more pics and the description of each bag)

2 persons will be selected to win a messenger bag of their choice (1 each winner).            

How to participate:

  • You don’t have to follow BlueRobotto.
  • Reblog this post to participate, only 1 reblog to prevent spam.
  • Likes count too.
  • If you win I should be able to contact you through your tumblr (very important).

Things to consider:

  • Shipping to anywhere in the world, BlueRobotto will cover the shipping expenses.
  • Any question feel free to send a messege :)

The givaway will end on Saturday October 25th, at 10:00 PM Central America time.

Good luck to everyone who participates :D

You can also contact BlueRobotto on twitter @bluerobotto if you want to ask anything.


 

(via crispypata)

Earlier this week I was on my way to a job interview when I saw what I thought was an albino rat corpse baking in the sun on the road. When I got closer I realised it was a kitten and poked it with my shoe. I was 99% sure it was dead but the poor little thing opened and closed her mouth trying to meow. 

I picked her up, got in a taxi and went away from my interview to get her to the vets. She started purring when I picked her up and purred all the way to the clinic. I had no appointment but no less than 7 people dropped what they were doing to come help her. She ate and they tried to get her hydrated and keep her warm. Somehow she lasted a whole night but died the next day. 

The vet bills were worth it. She died warm and fed with people minding her instead of baking on the road. I am glad I could bring her to people who made her happy. I am glad I made her purr. I am glad I have photos to share to remind people that there is no such thing as an unimportant act of kindness even though sometimes it feels like you failed. 

Bye bye kitten. I am glad I met you. 

stiffnips4wintersoldier:

lifelikeslemons:

rairii:

cupcakemichi:

moonykins:

Things nobody ever tells you about female bodily functions, so you have to google it to find out it’s perfectly normal:

Vaginal chemistry being acidic enough to bleach your black underwear.

wait… so *that’s* what happens?!?

I THOUGHT IT WAS STAINS NO WONDER THEY WEREN’T WASHING OFF

holy shit i was so embarrassed about this

OH MY GOD

ACID VAGINA SUPER VILLAIN POWERS!! No underwear are safe. 

(via crispypata)

First experience of hospitals in Hanoi. Luckily I was not in a rush to see anyone and am in no pain. I just wanted a consultation to speak to an Audiologist or an ENT specialist to get my hearing aid repaired. The battery case (which also functions as an on/off button) is loose because of a tiny cracked latch so it will not stay turned on. I teach English, it is useful to be able to hear my students when I ask them to speak. 
The first hospital I went to was Hong Ngoc. It was a nice looking, modern enough and clean hospital from what I saw although the wheelchair ramp was at an alarming angle and there were motorbikes parked in front of the only ambulance in sight. It took 4 nurses a receptionist and a man in scrubs to tell me that no one in the hospital could help me. I made the mistake of holding my hearing aid up by way of explanation when I asked “Can I speak to someone in the ENT department” It was much handled and passed around. Eventually I got it back and was sent away with a bit of paper to give to the taxi to get to a hospital that might help me. Upon inspection of my hearing aid in the taxi the cracked bit of plastic on the latch was now gone. They broke my hearing aid even more and then sent me away. I was rather upset. 
The second hospital in Bach Mai (which I found after a 10 minute walk because the taxi dropped me off at the wrong place and I needed to get directions) was shockingly run down. The ward I arrived in had mould on every wall and people on stretchers in the hallway. Somewhere there was a man screaming. There was no one at reception, a guard pointed at his watch and held up two fingers. Come back at two. I hoped the screaming man would be seen before then. I went for a walk while I waited and found A&E which was more modern and much cleaner. I thought I could ask for directions here and hopefully not be sent back to the screaming man ward. I asked 1 guard and 2 nurses where the ENT department was (or if there was one), I wrote ENT on paper and pointed at my ears as I have no Vietnamese and I don’t expect other people to have English. All three listened and walked away. I was ignored. Ok it is A&E, they have better things to do so I waited a while. I saw a nurse who didn’t look busy and asked for the ENT department again. She had enough English to send me back to the screaming man ward. The screaming man was still there somewhere and still screaming. I walked the halls and think I found ENT. There were rooms with signs that had things like “Olfactory” and I guessed I was in ENT or possibly cosmetics. Either way I found a faded handprint on a wall in blood or possibly faeces. An old woman was pushing around a dry mop. I went home. 
Can anyone in Hanoi tell me what the heck happened here? Where can I see an ENT specialist or an Audiologist? This is shockingly poor standards which I have never come across in Hanoi before. The photo above is the only photo I could take before my phone’s battery started to die. This was one of the cleaner hallways in the screaming man ward. The smell of urine was disturbing. A man waved a bloodied, bandaged hand at me as I was leaving. He was smiling. 
What just happened!?

First experience of hospitals in Hanoi. Luckily I was not in a rush to see anyone and am in no pain. I just wanted a consultation to speak to an Audiologist or an ENT specialist to get my hearing aid repaired. The battery case (which also functions as an on/off button) is loose because of a tiny cracked latch so it will not stay turned on. I teach English, it is useful to be able to hear my students when I ask them to speak. 

The first hospital I went to was Hong Ngoc. It was a nice looking, modern enough and clean hospital from what I saw although the wheelchair ramp was at an alarming angle and there were motorbikes parked in front of the only ambulance in sight. It took 4 nurses a receptionist and a man in scrubs to tell me that no one in the hospital could help me. I made the mistake of holding my hearing aid up by way of explanation when I asked “Can I speak to someone in the ENT department” It was much handled and passed around. Eventually I got it back and was sent away with a bit of paper to give to the taxi to get to a hospital that might help me. Upon inspection of my hearing aid in the taxi the cracked bit of plastic on the latch was now gone. They broke my hearing aid even more and then sent me away. I was rather upset. 

The second hospital in Bach Mai (which I found after a 10 minute walk because the taxi dropped me off at the wrong place and I needed to get directions) was shockingly run down. The ward I arrived in had mould on every wall and people on stretchers in the hallway. Somewhere there was a man screaming. There was no one at reception, a guard pointed at his watch and held up two fingers. Come back at two. I hoped the screaming man would be seen before then. I went for a walk while I waited and found A&E which was more modern and much cleaner. I thought I could ask for directions here and hopefully not be sent back to the screaming man ward. I asked 1 guard and 2 nurses where the ENT department was (or if there was one), I wrote ENT on paper and pointed at my ears as I have no Vietnamese and I don’t expect other people to have English. All three listened and walked away. I was ignored. Ok it is A&E, they have better things to do so I waited a while. I saw a nurse who didn’t look busy and asked for the ENT department again. She had enough English to send me back to the screaming man ward. The screaming man was still there somewhere and still screaming. I walked the halls and think I found ENT. There were rooms with signs that had things like “Olfactory” and I guessed I was in ENT or possibly cosmetics. Either way I found a faded handprint on a wall in blood or possibly faeces. An old woman was pushing around a dry mop. I went home. 

Can anyone in Hanoi tell me what the heck happened here? Where can I see an ENT specialist or an Audiologist? This is shockingly poor standards which I have never come across in Hanoi before. The photo above is the only photo I could take before my phone’s battery started to die. This was one of the cleaner hallways in the screaming man ward. The smell of urine was disturbing. A man waved a bloodied, bandaged hand at me as I was leaving. He was smiling. 

What just happened!?

4chansey:

4CHANSEY'S ART SUPPLIES GIVEAWAY

I recently saved up and bought myself a new tablet so I’ve decided to give one of my old ones away along with some of the PROMARKER markers I’ve accumulated! 
The winner will receive everything in the photos and I will ship internationally. 

I’m looking forward to seeing who the winner of this giveaway is so I can witness them using these supplies and do them justice!

RULES:
✿ Mbf me 

✿ No giveaway blogs! 

✿ Must be comfortable giving me your address!
✿ Reblog as many times as you want! Likes do not count but are allowed! 

✿ The giveaway will end on the 1/Nov/14 & the winner will be picked with a random generator!

GOOD LUCK

(via thepokemom)

akashisochinchin:

lillinox:

lightspeedsound:

Ok but what if mermaids didn’t just live in liquid bodies of water.

What if there were mermaids who lived in thunder clouds and lured air plane pilots to their doom

What if Amelia Earhart was just seduced by a tropical storm mermaid and they’re living happily together in some seasonal monsoon system somewhere above the Bermuda Triangle

I ship it.

I fly it

(via crispypata)

thevirginityslayer:

edwardspoonhands:

moeranda:

itseliberg33:

can she just get an award or something

I reblog this whenever it pops up on my dash.

So many directions she could have gone with this joke…out of infinite possibilities…she picked the best possible direction.

Best video in the world

I am in love with a watermelon wearing, dancing goddess. 

(Source: aryanstark, via crispypata)

infinitystops:

HOLY FUCK

Bic win the complaints department awesomeness award. 

infinitystops:

HOLY FUCK

Bic win the complaints department awesomeness award. 

(Source: safewordstealy, via crispypata)

Having students discuss what places they would like to visit and why:

Student 1 “Why do you want to go to Hawaii?”

Student 2 “Coconut breast.”

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