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anonymous asked:

What is this 10 day plan?

It’s a 10 day plan that I created after following advice from my nutritionist and my personal trainer. It helped me lose 10 lbs, 2 inches off my waist, 1.5 inches off my hips and 0.5 inches off each thigh 😄 It has a diet plan, an exercise plan, a grocery list, my favorite recipes and tips on how to continue eating after the 10 days are done! Following this plan multiple times, I have managed to lose 40 lbs in 3 months 💪 i still do this plan every now and then, whenever i have an event coming up, or if i am going to the beach or a party, it helps me get rid of bloating, excess water weight, flattens my stomach and boosts my confidence 😊 and i love how it makes my waist and thighs look smaller 😁 find more info and other girls’ progress pics here: http://35-24-35.tumblr.com/10dayplan :) ❤️

snake emoji reviews!

A solid snake. looking mighty and fresh. Kinda ugly shading though: 4/5.

very cute style and i would be glad to adopt this snake: 5/5.

Disgustening…… what is happening over here microsoft!!!! this looks like a maze: 0/5.

A very happy snake but also looks like a scary frog: 1/5.

This is like Apple’s but better: 5/5.

Too flat. Looks like a school mascot: 2/5.

this one is so tiny…..but cute! like a small dragon: 4/5.

Slimy guy…very handsome and swirly. the perfect snake: 5/5.

Its head is facing the wrong direction this is so awkward!!!!!: 0/5. i hate this

this one has teeth! but is a disgusting color and looks squishy: 2/5.

Cheer Up Buddy………   1/5.

What The Fuck….. 0/5!!!!!!!

My Reward System

Okay. So. Whether you’re a little without a CG or a CG who has no idea how to care for a little, odds are you’ve at some point had trouble figuring out a point system that works! This is the one I used when I was a little and may use again when I find a little!

There are a few categories. Each category allows you to earn a certain number of points.

Sleeping:
8+ hours = 10 points
7-6 hours = 8 points
5 hours = 5 points
4 hours = 2 points
-4 = 0 points

Eating: (Note: To be considered a meal there has to be some sort of veggie, grain, and protein!)
Ate 3 meals = 10 points
Ate 2 meals = 5 points
Ate 1 meal = 2 points

Drinking Water
8 glasses = 10 points
7-6 glasses = 8 points
5 glasses = 5 points
4 glasses = 2 points
-4 glasses = 1 point
0 glasses = 0 points

Other: (This category should be tailored to fit you individually! I’ll include mine as an example though.)
Did homework = 8 points
Room was clean at the end of the day = 5 points
Showered = 1 point
Washed face twice = 3 points
Brushed teeth twice = 3 points
Exercised or danced = 3 points
Read a chapter of a book = 1 point per chapter

You’re supposed to aim for a certain number of points a day. Like, 30 points is good, but 40 points is great! If you reach that, you can cash it in for small treats, or you can go the extra mile and get 250-300 points total for the week!

Rewards:
Extra desert = 40 points
Pack of stickers = 40 points
New stuffie = 100 points
New coloring book = 100 points
New onsie/diaper/binkie= 300 points

The points for the rewards are set really high so that rewards still feel special, and you don’t have to break the bank, haha.

I hope this helps someone out there! Best wishes!

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ROGER FEDERER, WINNER OF A RECORD 18 GRAND SLAM TITLES

2003 Wimbledon | def Mark Philippoussis 7–6(7–5), 6–2, 7–6(7–3)
2004 Australian Open | def Marat Safin 7–6(7–3), 6–4, 6–2
2004 Wimbledon | def Andy Roddick 4–6, 7–5, 7–6(7–3), 6–4
2004 US Open | def Lleyton Hewitt 6–0, 7–6(7–3), 6–0
2005 Wimbledon | def Andy Roddick 6–2, 7–6(7–2), 6–4
2005 US Open | def Andre Agassi 6–3, 2–6, 7–6(7–1), 6–1 
2006 Australian Open | def Marcos Baghdatis 5–7, 7–5, 6–0, 6–2
2006 Wimbledon | def Rafael Nadal 6–0, 7–6(7–5), 6–7(2–7), 6–3
2006 US Open | def Andy Roddick 6–2, 4–6, 7–5, 6–1
2007 Australian Open | def Fernando González 7–6(7–2), 6–4, 6–4
2007 Wimbledon | def Rafael Nadal 7–6(9–7), 4–6, 7–6(7–3), 2–6, 6–2
2007 US Open | def Novak Djokovic 7–6(7–4), 7–6(7–2), 6–4
2008 US Open | def Andy Murray 6–2, 7–5, 6–2
2009 French Open | def Robin Söderling 6–1, 7–6(7–1), 6–4
2009 Wimbledon | def Andy Roddick 5–7, 7–6(8–6), 7–6(7–5), 3–6, 16–14
2010 Australian Open | def Andy Murray 6–3, 6–4, 7–6(13–11)
2012 Wimbledon | def Andy Murray 4–6, 7–5, 6–3, 6–4
2017 Australian Open | def Rafael Nadal 6–4, 3–6, 6–1, 3–6, 6–3

9 times Harry kissed Draco and the 1 time Draco kissed Harry by LockWhoSuper

Rating: Teen

Summary: ’Harry grinned, Draco fell into his trap perfectly. Surging forwards, Harry wrapped his fingers around Draco’s tie and pulled him forwards until their lips met over their cauldron. The pressure lasted for three seconds, Harry’s eyes shut and Draco’s wide in surprise. When Harry let Draco go, he slid back into his seat slowly, eyes still wide, tie crooked and a blush painting his cheeks.’

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1.4 pounds down this week!

I feel like that doesn’t quite represent all of the effort I put in this week, but I’ll give the scale some time to catch up. I’m going to try my best to stay on track through the weekend because this week I felt like I spent the first two or three days making up for the damage I did on Saturday/Sunday. I’m so close to my next goal weight!

HW: 225 lbs.

CW: 195.5 lbs.

Total loss this week: 1.4 lbs.

Total lost overall: 29.5 lbs.

Goal weight 1: 195 lbs. (0.5 lbs. away)

Goal weight 2: 190 lbs. (5.5 lbs. away)

Goal weight 3: 185 lbs. (10.5 lbs. away)

Goal weight 4: 180 lbs. (15.5 lbs. away)

Goal weight 5: 175 lbs. (20.5 lbs. away)

Goal weight 6: 170 lbs (25.5 lbs. away)

Goal weight 7: 165 lbs. (30.5 lbs. away)

Goal weight 8: 160 lbs. (35.5 lbs. away)

Goal weight 9: 155 lbs. (40.5 lbs. away)

Goal weight 10: 150 lbs. (45.5 lbs. away)

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  • Kei Tsukishima: 188.3 cm (6'1.7")
  • Tetsurou Kuroo: 187.7 cm (6'1.5")
  • Bokuto Koutarou: 185.5 cm (6'0.8")
  • Sou Inuoka: 185.5 cm (6'0.8")
  • Akiteru Tsukishima: 185.2 cm (6'0.7")
  • Asahi Azumane: 184.7 cm (6'0.5")
  • Tooru Oikawa: 184.3 cm (6'0.4")
  • Keiji Akaashi: 182.3 cm (5'11.8")
  • Tobio Kageyama: 180.6 cm (5'11.1")
  • Tadashi Yamaguchi: 179.5 (5'10.6")
  • Hajime Iwaizumi: 179.3 cm (5'10.5")
  • Keishin Ukai: 178.2 cm (5'10.2")
  • Ryuunosuke Tanaka: 177.2 cm (5'9.7")
  • Daichi Sawamura: 176.8 cm (5'9.6")
  • Taketora Yamamoto: 176.7 (5'9.5")
  • Koushi Sugawara: 174.3 cm (5'8.6")
  • Kenma Kozume: 169.2 cm (5'6.6")
  • Ittetsu Takeda: 166.5 cm (5'5.5")
  • Kiyoko Shimizu: 166.2 cm (5'4.5")
  • Morisuke Yaku: 165.2 cm (5'4.2")
  • Shouyou Hinata: 162.8 cm (5'3.4")
  • Yuu Nishinoya: 159 cm (5'2.1")
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So, after watching Angry Joe’s review of Yakuza 0 I got mildly curious and watched a lets play.

ME: *this looks cool. The fighting scenes are brutal*

ME: Kiryu seems like a pretty good protagonist. I’m not all that good at fighting games tho, maybe I’ll stick to watching Let’s Play-

ME: ….

ME: Well shit.

Kết hôn không phải là 1 + 1 = 2, mà là 0,5 + 0,5 = 1, cần sự thoả hiệp, cũng cần nhường nhịn mới có thể trọn vẹn.
—  Phim Các chàng trai của tôi
thelostspecial - numbers

We all saw this in the page code. But what is MMTE? I tried some numbers.
MMTE
6683 (on the phone)
1313205 (english alphabet)

I’ve googled some streets and that’s what I’ve got:
- 6683 Marylebon Road

and
- 13205 Baker Street

But that’s just the BEGINNING. I’ve continued with Bible (that may mean nothing, but I tried all possible variants I could think of). We have John 6:6-8, John 13:13-20 and John 13:5. 

Those are pretty meaningfull if you think about them, linking thm with Sherlock. Let’s don’t forget that it’s JOHN.
After Bible I turned to rationalism and started to look for numbers. That’s what I figured out:
1313205/ 1+3+1+3+2+0+5=15; 13+20+5=38
13.9.16/ 13+9+16=38
6683/ 6+6+8+3=23
15(1313205)+23(6683)=38
83-66=17
1+3+2+0+5=11
There’s also a date 1904 and 1881. 

1904-1881=23
What a funny coincidence with numbers.
However, that’s not the end of my searches. I looked through The Valley of Fear and som of the chapters: Sherlock Holmes Discourses (2), A Dawning Light (6) and Danger (13), and I tried to search for some words, which are equal to numbers. Some of them I’ve got according to my own numbers.
Chapter 2
those  friend  be  overstatement  shocked  his
5          11      15      17                  23       38

Chapter 6
many   to  returned  to   village   which
5         11      15      17     23       38

Chapter 13
of   who   appointed   Deacon  day   that
5     11       15               17       23    38

AND we still got ‘terror’ - the ninth word.

I continued searching and now I have 38 Deacon Way, which is near the ELEPHANT & CASTLE STATION

And Elephant & Castle has postcode districts which are similar with the numbers I got earlier.

And now I’m reading about the Great London Fire (honestly I don’t remember how I even ended up there, BUT) the fire lasted for 4 days from 2nd September, Sunday till 5th September, Wednesday in 1666 (count: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday). There are 4 days and 1+6+6+6=19+4 days=23.

There are TOO MANY coincidences that make me nervous. TOO MANY NUMBERS that can’t be ignored, can’t be put off. 
I always got 38 or 23. They must mean something. They aren’t just numbers. If you go on and Google streets, you’ll find 23 Baker St, 3866 Baker Street and yes, let’s not forget about 23 NORBURY COURT ROAD AND LONDON ROAD, which cross, so do Marylebon Road and Baker Street.
BTW, 221b Baker Street - 22+1=23. There has never been 221b Baker Street. London only has 22 postcode areas. 23rd is the lost one? Also, there was a fire in London in 1632.

THERE ARE TWO NUMBERS 38 AND 23. Look for them. They are everywhere. They are connected.

The Lost Special IS REAL.