So glad

So glad

My pepper spray came in yAAAAY

kwills88:

I have like the weirdest boner right now.

This is so much better than that “kissing strangers for the first time” video

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fashionsfromhistory:

Wedding Collar

Early 20th Century 

China

Whitaker Auction

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hophigh:

YOU GUYS TURN ON THE SUBTITLES

AHH I NEED A MINUTE

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These past few weeks, all of Seattle has been complaining about the summer heat.
:U so far this week, it’s been in the 60s.
Indigo, did your stepmother come to visit already or?

thewashingtontoast:

thanks kojima 

thewashingtontoast:

thanks kojima 

(Source: megazork)

SO. This is how it works, as it turns out:
The shift for bookkeeping only lasts until my lunch break, which is 10am each morning, and I get a whole hour, woo!
After that point, I go back to the check stand. Which isn’t as awesome as doing fiscal work in the office, but it still means that the longest I have to check is maybe 3 hours, tops. And that is still an improvement over doing it for 8 hours.

vixiefoxpaw:

steakplissken:

draklorleah:

I am trying to train myself to be up before 5am now, to get to work on time and all, but
I’m not sure why my body reacted to this by waking me at 3am

I woke up an hour or so before my alarm after I started working at Panera. I think maybe your brain remembers you gotta get up by x-time, so it wakes you up at what it thinks x-time is?

((I wake up 2 minutes before my alarm goes off because I hate my alarm))

The latter I’ve heard of more often;
There’s actually a wake up technique where, before going to bed, you tell your pillow to wake you up at [x time]. And it works because the command somehow registers as something that your mind anticipates, and it wakes you at that time, alarmingly accurately. It’s a similar thing to be anticipating your alarm, I think.
But the hour and a half early is kinda much >:|