(Not sure if this would fit in here) Centaur women done quite on purpose!
Shhhhhh…. don’t give them any ideas!
Do you have an amazing small apartment?
Well, we want to know about it! We’re collecting reader submissions for our upcoming 2011 Home Design issue. Do you want your pad to be forever immortalized in Time Out New York? Of course you do, why are you even asking yourself that question. Check out last year’s issue for an idea of the awesomeness.
Our theme this go around is small spaces, so we’re interested in studios and one bedrooms that maximize space in creative ways. If you’ve got that kinda pad, introduce yourself and send a few snapshots to email@example.com. That being said, if you live in a castle in Staten Island or an incredible 4 BR in the West Village, we’d like to know about that, too. (We’re voyeurs.)
Reader Submission : Sweatshirt Hoodie Wall
Every now and again I get reader submissions. Sometimes they are the results of a request for advice and sometimes they are Storage Geek inspired and sometimes they are solutions that my readers love so much they need to share. That is the case with McNuggett’s. She and her boyfriend love their hoodies so much that they couldn’t contain them in a single closet. (Hoodies are bulky yo, you know with all those hoods and stuff.) Anyhoo, they decided against cramming them in wardrobes and decided to show them off.
Hi there! I’m mcnuggett.tumblr.com :] Me and my boyfriend are in a college apartment and have no room for anything! We have such a large sweatshirt collection and no where to put them because they’re so bulky. We came up with these alternatives, and went a bit hanging crazy. The wall hangs our collective sweatshirts and my scarfs, and the doors to the closet hangs my bras [also bulky and hard to put in drawers]. It was fairly simple we just used command hooks [we can’t damage our walls with holes or anything] but can easily be done with nails or less expensive adhesive hooks. Enjoy!
For those of you wondering what to do with your bras, you could always hang them on command hooks.
We collect things because we love them. I envy this cozy collection. I actually wore my parka out today because the wind is so nippy here in South Eastern Ontario. Your hoodie collection would be coveted by many. Thanks for the submission! Cheers,Melissa.
This blog is nearing 2500 readers which just has me flabbergasted! I love you Tumblr. I thought I might do a giveaway when I reach 2500 but I am having trouble thinking of something storage related that will ship relatively cheaply. Here in Canada, shipping costs can be pretty brutal! So I am asking you for suggestions! Hopefully, I do this right and answers are enabled?
“You wish me lots of "baby dust"?? What the HELL is "baby dust" supposed to be? Like somehow I'm going to be magically visited by Pinkerbell, the magical pixie who colors in the lines on home pregnancy tests, and she's going to bonk me on the head and I'm going to be knocked up? Shut up, fertile people. Your schmaltz makes me sick. ”—Anonymous Submission
Can I write a mini comic for the zine on how Sailor Moon affected my life?
Sure! Each issue will have three cartoon/comic segments, two of which are handled by long-term illustrators for the magazine (namely sailorfailures and ferretparty) with the third being open to reader submissions. Like any submission there is no guarantee it will be published, but it’s very likely! Just make it reasonably sized and submit away!
After some consideration, we’ve decided to onlyaccept illustrated/comic submissions if they fit the category of telling a story about how Sailor Moon has made an impact on you or someone you know, be it humorous, melancholic, etc. We already accept reader submissions of this type as prose, so it would make sense to accept illustrations as well. So, to answer your question, you can submit a mini comic if it’s specifically about how Sailor Moon affected your life. You can not submit generic mini comics about other topics.
Thank you for your patience!