1 inch 2 inch

lol so tbt when i started stretching my ears junior year and then took them out last year. i just started stretching them again and it immediately stretched to a 4g and now the tunnels are damn near falling out of my ears bc i guess a 4 is too small BUT when i put the 4s in it kinda pinched like a normal stretch would soooooooooo what to do

HEREE take this lil bby callin for his mOM

And nooo that’s not his mom’s name (duuuh) it’s how you say mom in the language I made

Organizing Your Class Notes Efficiently

Organizing your notes and materials can be kind of a hassle (especially when you’re in college) so here are a few steps on how you can maximize your efficiency.

1. You’re going to want to start out with a binder. Depending on how many classes you’re taking and the course load of each one you may want to get anywhere from a 0.5 inch binder to a 1 inch binder.

2.  Divider tabs. Get as many of these that you need and label each one of them with the name of your course.

3. Document protectors. These really come in handy, especially when you have a lot of loose papers that aren’t hole punched. Personally, I place one behind each of my clear divider tabs and stick my class syllabus in it. If I have anything like a periodic table or formula sheet then I will stick them in another one especially for that.

Remember: As you go throughout the semester, or year, you may want to remove any material that isn’t necessary to take to class (e.x. any past labs that you have already been tested on).

Vegetable Crop Yields, Plants per Person, and Crop Spacing

Vegetable crop yields and the number of vegetable plants to grow for each person in your household will help you estimate the space needed for a home vegetable garden.

Crop yield estimates and consumption predictions are largely base on experience. Keeping a food log and garden record can help you hone your vegetable garden needs and make for smarter planning.

Vegetable crop yields will vary according to garden conditions and variety planted. Weather and growing conditions can change from year to year, and these changes can affect yield.

Here are crop yield estimates, plants-per-person suggestions, and crop spacing requirements to help you estimate your garden space requirements and growing requirements. Use these estimates with your own experience.

Vegetable Crop Yields, Plants per Person, and Crop Spacing:

Artichoke. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 12 buds per plant after the first year. Space plants 4 to 6 feet apart.

Arugula. Grow 5 plants per person. Space plants 6 inches apart.

Asparagus. Grow 30 to 50 roots for a household of 2 to 4 people. Yield 3 to 4 pounds of spears per 10-foot row. Space plants 12 inches apart.

Bean, Dried. Grow 4 to 8 plants per person. Yield in pounds varies per variety. Space plants 1 to 3 inches apart in rows 2 to 3 feet apart.

Bean, Fava. Grow 4 to 8 plants per person. Space plants 4 to 5 inches apart in rows 18 to 30 inches apart.

Bean, Garbanzo, Chickpea. Grow 4 to 8 plants per person. Yield 4 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 3 to 6 inches apart in rows 24 to 30 inches apart.

Bean, Lima. Grow 4 to 8 per person. Yield 4 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space bush lima beans 3 to 6 inches apart in rows 24 to 30 inches apart; increase distance for pole limas.

Beans, Snap. Grow 4 to 8 plants total of each variety or several varieties per person. Yield 3 to 5 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 1 to 3 inches apart in rows 2 to 3 feet apart.

Beans, Soy. Grow 4 to 8 plants per person. Yield 4 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 2 inches apart in rows 2 to 3 feet apart.

Beets. Grow 5 to 10 mature plants per person. Yield 8 to 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 3 inches apart for roots–1 inch apart for greens.

Broccoli. Grow 2 to 4 plants per person. Yield 4 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 18 to 24 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart.

Brussels sprouts. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 3 to 5 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 18 to 24 inches apart in rows 36 inches apart.

Cabbage. Grow 4 to 8 plants per person. Yield 10 to 25 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 24 to 30 inches apart.

Carrots. Grow 30 plants per person. Yield 7 to 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Thin plants to 1½ to 2 inches apart in rows 12 inches apart.

Cauliflower. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 8 to 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 18 to 24 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart.

Celery. Grow 5 plants per person. Yield 6 to 8 stalks per plant. Space plants 6 inches apart in rows 2 feet apart.

Chayote. Grow 1 vine for 1 to 4 people. Set vining plants 10 feet apart and train to a sturdy trellis or wire support.

Chicory. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Space plants 6 to 12 inches apart in rows 2 to 3 feet apart.

Chinese Cabbage. Grow 6 to 8 heads per person. Space plants 4 inches apart in rows 24 to 30 inches apart.

Collards. Grow 2 to 3 plants per person. Yield 4 to 8 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 15 to 18 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart.

Corn. Grow 12 to 20 plants per person. Yield 1 to 2 ears per plants, 10 to 12 ears per 10-foot row. Space plant 4 to 6 inches apart in rows2 to 3 feet apart.

Cucumber. Grow 6 plants per person. Grow 3 to 4 plants per quart for pickling. Yield 8 to 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 1 to 3 feet apart in rows 3 to 6 feet apart.

Eggplant. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 8 fruits per Italian oval varieties; yield 10 to 15 fruits per Asian varieties. Space plants 24 to 30 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart.

Endive and Escarole. Grow 2 to 3 plants per person. Yield 3 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 6 to 12 inches apart in rows 2 to 3 feet apart.

Garlic. Grow 12 to 16 plants per person. Yield 10 to 30 bulbs per 10-foot row. Space cloves 3 to 6 inches apart in rows 15 inches apart.

Horseradish. Grow 1 plant per person. Space plants 30 to 36 inches apart.

Jicama. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 1 to 6 pound tuber per plant. Space plants 8 to 12 inches apart.

Kale. Grow 4 to 5 plants per person. Yield 4 to 8 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 12 inches apart in rows 12 inches apart.

Kohlrabi. Grow 4 to 5 plants per person. Yield 4 to 8 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 4 to 6 inches apart in rows 30 inches apart.

Leeks. Grow 12 to 15 plants per person. Yield 4 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 2 to 4 inches apart in rows 6 to 10 inches apart.

Lettuce. Grow 6 to 10 plants per person; plant succession crops with each harvest. Yield 4 to 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Space looseleaf lettuce 4 inches apart and all other types 12 inches apart in rows 16 to 24 inches apart.

Melon. Grow 2 to plants per person. Yield 2 to 3 melons per vine. Space plants 3 to 4 feet apart in rows 3 feet wide.

Mustard. Grow 6 to 10 plants per person. Yield 3 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plant 6 to 12 inches apart in rows 15 to 30 inches apart.

Okra. Grow 6 plants per person. Yield 5 to 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 12 to 18 inches apart in rows 2½ to 4 feet apart.

Onion, Bulb. Yield 7 to 10 pounds of bulbs per 10-foot row. Space onion sets or transplants 4 to 5 inches apart in rows 18 inches apart.

Parsnip. Grow 10 plants per person. Yield 10 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 3 to 4 inches apart in rows 24 inches apart.

Peas. Grow 30 plants per person. Yield 2 to 6 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 2 to 4 inches apart in rows2 feet apart for bush peas, 5 feet apart for vining peas.

Pepper. Grow 2 to 3 plants per person. Yield 5 to 18 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 18 to 24 inches apart in rows 28 to 36 inches apart.

Potato. Grow 1 plant to yield 5 to 10 potatoes. Yield 10 to 20 pounds per 10-foot row. Space seed potatoes 10 to 14 inches apart in trenches 24 to 34 inches apart.

Pumpkin. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 10 to 20 pounds per 10-foot row. Space bush pumpkins 24 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart. Set 2 to 3 vining pumpkins on hills spaced 6 to 8 feet apart.

Radicchio. Grow 5 to 6 plants per person. Space plants 6 inches apart in rows 18 inches apart.

Radish. Grow 15 plants per person. Yield 2 to 5 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 1 inch apart in rows 12 to 18 inches apart.

Rhubarb. Grow 2 to 3 plants per person. Yield 1 to 5 pounds per plant. Set plants 3 to 6 feet apart.

Rutabaga. Grow 5 to 10 plants per person. Yield 8 to 30 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 4 to 6 inches apart in rows 15 to 36 inches apart.

Salsify. Grow 10 plants per person. Space plants 3 to 4 inches apart in rows 20 to 30 inches apart.

Scallions. Yield 1½ pounds per 10-foot row. Spaces onion sets or plants 2 inches apart for scallions or green onions.

Shallot. Yield 2 to 12 cloves per plant. Space plants 5 to 8 inches apart in rows 2 to 4 feet apart.

Sorrel. Grow 3 plants per person. Space plants 12 inches apart in rows 18 inches apart.

Spinach. Grow 15 plants per person. Yield 4 to 7 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 3 to 4 inches apart in rows 1 to 2 feet apart.

Squash, Summer. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 10 to 80 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 2 to 4 feet apart in rows 5 feet apart.

Squash, Winter. Grow 1 plant per person. Space plants feet apart.

Sunchokes. Grow 5 to 10 plants per person. Space plants 24 inches apart in rows 36 to 40 inches apart.

Sunflower. Grow 1 plant per person. Yield 1 to 2½ pounds of seed per flower. Space plants 8 to 12 inches apart in rows 30to 36 inches apart.

Sweet Potato. Grow 5 plants per person. Yield 8 to 12 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 12 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart.

Swiss Chard. Grow 2 to 3 plants per person. Yield 8 to 12 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 12 inches apart in rows 18 to 30 inches apart.

Tomatillo. Grow 1 to 2 plants per person. Yield 1 to 2 pounds per plant. Space plants 10 inches apart in rows 2 feet apart.

Tomato, Cherry. Grow 1 to 4 plants per person. Space plants 3 feet apart in rows 35 to 45 inches apart.

Tomato, Cooking. Grow 3 to 6 plants of each variety; this will yield 8 to 10 quarts. Space plants 42 inches apart in rows 40 to 50 inches apart.

Tomato, Slicing. Grow 1 to 4 plants per person. Space plants 42 inches apart in rows 40 to 50 inches apart.

Turnip. Grow 5 to 10 plants per person. Yield 8 to 12 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 5 to 8 inches apart in rows in rows 15 to 24 inches apart.

Watermelon. Grow 2 plants per person. Yield 8 to 40 pounds per 10-foot row. Space plants 4 feet apart in rows 4 feet wide and 8 feet apart.

Source: http://www.harvesttotable.com/

weigh in! 4/30/17

HW: 220 lbs
CW: 162.8 lbs
lost this week: 1.8 lbs
total lost: 57.2 lbs

starting BMI: 33.1
current BMI: 27.9

body fat % at HW: 56.9%
body fat percentage: 38.1%

waist (narrow): 32 inches { -3 in. from last month}
waist (widest): 39 inches { -2.5 in.}
hips: 43.5 inches { -2.5 in.}
thigh: 25 inches { -2.5 in.}
bicep: 13 inches { -1 in.}

this month i lost 11.8 pounds and an average of 2.3 inches around my body! april was a great month and i can’t wait to see more progress in may!! summer is finally coming up and im actually really excited for it this year. im loving the way i look in my clothes and shopping for new clothes has been fun so far (besides taking the risk that my new clothes won’t fit anymore by next month). what im most excited for this summer is my family vacation. every year we go i hate taking pictures but i already can’t wait to take a lot of pictures this year! and maybe this summer ill actually go to the beach with my friends since i never used to but i lowkey hate the beach lol

Ok but I had to share this picture I found because it is just soooooo photoshopped. First thing, look how little they made Sulli and Luna’s legs! And Luna is as light as Sulli which is just super inaccurate. Then they made Amber way too tall like ?? And Sulli shorter?? Amber is only like 1 or 2 inches taller than Krystal and is at least 2 inches shorter than Sulli. There is probably more I’m missing but I just had to share this because it was amusing to me lmao

anonymous asked:

Your dia bats are so cute!! I was wondering how big would these bats be in real life? Like the size of a real bat or maybe even more tiny :)

Thank you so much! I’m glad you like them!
The diabolik bats are approximately 2 ½ to 3 ¾ inches tall depending on the bat. So pretty tiny.

Here are their individual sizes:

Hirobat: 2.3 inches
Shuubat: 2.9 inches
Reijibat: 2.7 inches
Ayabat: 2.5 inches
Kanabat: 2.3 inches
Laitobat: 2.5 inches
Subabat: 2.9 inches
Rukibat: 3.1 inches
Yubat: 3.7 inches
Koubat: 2.6 inches
Azubat:  2.4 inches
Carlabat: 3.7 inches
Shinbat: 3.6 inches

Ever wondered how tall the characters are in Atom: The Beginning? Look no further! Here’s a height chart for each of the main characters in the anime.

Here’s my approximations for each of the main characters in this chart:

(going to leave out Moriya and the two older men on the right for now)

A106 = 160 cm / ~5 feet 3 inches
Umataro Tenma = ~184 cm / ~6 feet 0.4 inches
Hiroshi Ochanomizu = ~182 cm / ~5 feet 11.65 inches
Ran Ochanomizu = ~125 cm / ~4 feet 1.2 inches (the beret makes it look like she’s 130 cm, but the top of her head is closer to 125 cm)
Motoko Tsutsumi = ~168 cm / ~5 feet 6.1 inches
Shunsaku Ban = ~155 cm / ~5 feet 1 inch
Kensaku Ban = ~144 cm / ~4 feet 8.7 inches
Dr. Lolo = ~178 cm / ~5 feet 10.08 inches
Mars = ~218 cm / 7 feet 1.8 inches
Saruta = 150 cm / ~4 feet 11.055 inches
The Tsutsumi’s Grandmother = ~124 cm / ~4 feet 0.8 inches
F14/Tom = 25 cm / ~ 0 feet 9.84 inches (at least when he’s in that sitting up position)

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At RTX I will be bringing stickers to handout! I finally drew and printed the first set to see how they would look and here they are!
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I wanted to know how many people would be interested in getting one at RTX and which ones would be more wanted. So please send asks or reply to this, if you want one/some, with which ones you like/want most! If you have any further questions, feel free to send me a message!
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Thanks! See you at RTX Austin!
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(The larger one’s are about 3-3 ½ inches tall and about 2-2 ½ inches wide.
The smaller ones are about 1 ½ inches tall and about 1 inch wide. )

Cleanse & Purify Spell Bottle

Salt and rice are not only cleansing, they are also used in many protection spells. Add rosemary to the mix and you’ve got a highly powerful blend to use for cleansing and purifying.

Supplies

4 ½-inch-tall decorative glass bottle
1/3 cup rice
1/3 cup crushed eggshells
1/3 cup crushed rosemary
1/3 cup salt

Instructions

Step One: Pour about 1 inch of rice into your bottle.
Step Two: Gently apply thin layer of eggshell over the rice in your bottle.
Step Three: Add about ½ inch of rosemary into your bottle.
Step Four: Add about ½ inch of salt into your bottle. Again, cover it with a thin layer of eggshell.
Step Five: Add another ½ inch of rosemary into your bottle. Cover it once more with a thin layer of eggshell.
Step Six: Add the remaining rice to your bottle and seal.

from Witchy Crafts: 60 Enchanted Projects for the Creative Witch by Lexa Olick

anonymous asked:

You know how doctors determine your sex at birth? If your member (meaning your clitoris or penis) is under 1 inch then you're "female", if its 2-3 inches and has the urethra coming out it you're "male", and anything in between is considered abnormal and fixed with surgery. Being "female" just means your clitoris/penis was under 1 inch and didn't have the urethra running through it. That's it. They don't test baby "females" for a uterus, or even a vagina for that matter.

Here’s my /tagged/intersex/ so you can educate yourself anon

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“So you can’t tell us who would win in a match up between Mercy Graves and Lex Luthor, but who would win in a match between Jesse Eisenberg and Tao Okamoto?”

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Im working on the blueprints for my new snake enclosures and trying to decide what to do about them.

Harvey’s new habitat which will reside in my closet is going to be 7 ft x 2 ft x 5 ft. Weve got some of the materials ready i just have to go buy some plywood and we can begin.

The ball python enclosures are really frustrating me though. I only have 4 ft x 8 ft melamine sheets available but the back panel has to be 6 ft 2.25 inches by 5 ft 1.5 inches. Sooo then my only options would be… going a foot smaller or… splicing pieces together somehow that isnt ugly and is functional.

Finally, i have plans to make the xmas tree bin rack easier to care for. As of right now i have to pull the whole tub all the way out, take the lid off, and then have access to the inside. This is reeeeaalllyyy annoying. The problem im running into is the lids add an extra few inches to climbing height, so if i make the tub part flush with the rack and where the lid would sit ive effectively cut off a few inches of climbing. However if i can somehow make a drop down door type thing i might be able to give them another foot of climbing space but… idk its gonna require way more thought.