me, two seconds later: okay but HOW is it that everything they do links back to the number 28, HOW is it that their schedules always align (see: louis taking one day off promo for harry’s birthday), HOW is it that they got the ship and compass tattoos at the same parlour 18 hours apart
You’re 6 years old
and your head
is almost on your mother’s chest,
you just survived a playground scuffle
and you don’t know why your bloodied knees
are not the biggest concern you have-
it was their fingers in your shirt,
in your hair, on your skin
that frightened you most.
They were too close.
And even now,
as you seek comfort,
you hold your heavy head up
unable to relax.
You’re 11 years old
when you hold your friend’s hand
walking home from the bus stop,
you’ve been inseparable
since she moved in next door
so you can’t explain the way
your heartbeat migrates to your fingertips
or why your palms suddenly become
sweat slick, like your body is trying
to force your hands to fall apart
to the rhythm of your shaking core.
and he’s got his hands
around your waist-
too tight, too much, too close.
You quake like a seismic wave
and hope that he too
feels as though the earth is barely
being held together,
that he knows all this skin on skin
is just asking for the world
to swallow you both whole,
but instead he opens wide,
wider than a boy should
and he brings you into himself.
and that’s old enough,
you’re an adult now
after everything he touched and took
so your hand travels down your body,
hovering over a path other’s forged
and you avoid the peaks and mounds
where there has always been too much,
erosion hasn’t taken the toll on your body
that you hoped it would,
you want to be worn down
to nearly nothing,
because hands can’t linger
on something that isn’t there.
and the boy you love
knows how to get what he wants,
what they all want,
what your mother warned you about.
He tells you to obey
or his fingers will wretch you apart
and you listen, you comply
but you break apart anyway.
and the world is so different.
You tell your mother that there isn’t
anyone out there for you
and her eyes fill with tears
because you are so, so wrong.
The weariness of a soul
too old for your body overtakes you
and you rest your head on her chest,
your fingers spasm so she
grips your hand just a little tighter
My first apartment renovation! This is a renovation of the 18 Culpepper House lot, located in the Spice Market. I absolutely love the way it turned out, and I think I’ll try renovating one of the larger apartments next. The apartments is saved to the gallery as a room. All you have to do is add walls to the bedroom and bathroom, then place the doors. Also, it would be better to bulldoze the lot first before placing the apartment.
uhhh louis literally has the word “home” tattooed permanently on his body on a compass that literally goes with the ship on harry’s arm….. and they both got these tattoos literally 18 hours apart from the same tattoo shop and this all keeps me awake at night
I’m the middle sister of three. We are one year apart.
When I was 18. My parents bought my sisters and I a car that we had to share. When we had a dispute on who got the car, my dad would be the one to decide. He would usually give it to the first one of us that flashed him our tits.
My older sister started dating at that time, and my parents didn’t like it very much because he was not a Mormon boy. I liked it because it was one less sister I had to fight to get the car.
After about a month that my sister was dating, my parents decided they should sit us down and give us the “sex” talk. We had never seen a cock before in real life, so my mom and dad thought it was a good idea to have my dad strip down and show us what it looked like, and how it worked. My dad started jerking off in front of us to show how the skin moved, and how it gets hard. Once he had a hard on, mom took over to show us how to make a man cum. She stroked it, spit on it, and sucked it. And just before he came she finished him off with her hand, so we could see what cum looked like coming out of a cock. I was so fucking turned on. And I knew what I had to do to always be the one to get the car. When I knew that I would have a dispute with my sisters over the car, instead of showing my tits. I would ask my dad if I could talk to him in private.
I would stroke and suck his cock dry just like my mom did, and I always got the car.
Hey! I enjoyed the last fic I requested but I wanted to know if it was okay to request a reader x Ty fic where the reader has GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder) It’s where a person worry too much about something or someone, it can be anything really. But basically it’s like a disorder? - @averysleepygal (why doesn’t tumblr wanna tag you??)
A/N: I’ve been diagnosed with Anxiety but idk if GAD is different? Or if it’s the same thing but my shrink referred to it simply as Anxiety. Regardless, I’m basing this off my own struggle with anxiety take that with a grain of salt I guess? Idk what i’m trying to say.
Title: Deep Breaths
Tyler x Reader
You had checked your phone a maybe 10 times in the past 2 minutes. Tyler said he’d be at your apartment in 15 minutes…18 minutes ago. He doesn’t want to be with you. You’re annoying him. He’s staying with you out of pity.
You ran your hand through your hair and glanced around the apartment. You could sense ever little mess; the papers on the coffee table, grocery bags on the counter, dishes in the sink. You could feel it all crawling towards you, suffocating you.
You checked your phone twice more. You’re never going to get this place cleaned up. It’s just going to worse and worse.
You didn’t even notice the door open, you were already curled up on your couch, your head tucked into your knees, your breathing fast and hard.
“Baby? Can you hear me?” Tyler asked, still holding the spare key you gave him. He sat down next to you and rubbed your back, “I’m here now. I got stuck in traffic, but I’m here now.”
You scooted and shifted until you were nestled into his side. What if he doesn’t like you anymore. He wrapped his arms around you and kissed the top of your head. “Tell me what’s going on in that mind of yours.”
“Everything feels like too much.” You mumbled against his chest. “And I was scared you weren’t going to come.” Even as you said it you knew it was irrational. But that’s the hard part of anxiety, it overrides the logic.
“I’ll always be here when you need me. Always.” He said, pulling closer and onto his lap. He kissed your cheek and then your lips. “It’s going to be okay.”
You smiled at him and it was the first time you smiled all day. “I know.”
(Bonus - Because I didn’t feel like this was enough as it was)
- Tyler helping you order at new restaurants - He holds your hand when you guys are out together so you feel safe - He totally understands if you want to leave when there’s too many people in a store - He’s v protective so if someone’s making you anxious he’ll get them to stop doing what they’re doing - And he’ll probably put himself between you and them - He’s really good at reassuring you - If you take meds or go to therapy he’s super supportive
Sooo 2nd time writing this - I’m sorry for being a piece of poo & procrastinating over for a week 😂 … anons pls forgive me & my sins!
OK so these photos were taken 16 days apart for the orange & black bodies and 18 days apart for ~ the dress ~ and there is 17.6lbs difference.
On 10th July I bought the dress on the left and challenged myself to look good in it and have the confidence to wear it out to a school reunion type thing on 28th.
With pathetic amounts of exercise and a bit of strength I was able to shift some lbs, but more importantly I WORE THE DRESS AND EVERYONE WAS SO COMPLIMENTARY
Admittedly when I weighed at 176.0lbs I had eaten lots the previous night & so a good 3-4 melted away (and were water), but still 14-17.6lbs is not bad going.
Lots of u have been demanding answers and tricks of the trade, so I have compiled a list to help you on your way.
Pleeeeease remember I’m 1) Not a nutritionist 2) No expert in weight loss 3) That I was looking for a quick fix without starving myself
• Drink 3-4L of water a day
Seems like a really obvious Fitblr thing to say, but water is the holy grail to weight loss. It reduces water retention, aids to ur organs, & helps u flush away FAT. Up ur water intake by 1L for a week and you will see a noticeable difference on the scales
• Cut waaaay down on ur carbs
Preparing for backlash for this one. Remember I wanted a “quick fix” and never intended on keeping it up for too long.
The carbs I had came only from vegetables, and any loose ones found in things such as gravy granules, mayo (🤤) or my “no carb” protein shakes. Naturally you’re going to see a decent drop when you drop ur carb intake. Your body runs on carbohydrates, so when you remove these from your diet (once they have been used up), your body turns to fat as a source of energy.
• Don’t be scared of protein
Your body NEEDS it to repair your muscles & tissues. Even if you’re a bit lazy with exercising (like meeee), your body needs protein to function!!!
• Don’t be scared of fat
Fish, oil, avocado, egg yolks, CHEESE… its all good people, get it down ya
Fats have the highest calorie to gram ratio out of the food groups, so when you’re cutting out carbs they’re crucial to meeting your intake. It’s also what your body will be running off of after the first 4-6 days, when it starts to produce Ketones, so making sure you consume enough is important
• Don’t stress urself out with exercising
I’ve said this from day 1. Carbs or no carbs.
If you try to do a 180 flip on your mindset on exercise & ur eating habits, there is a very very good chance you will fall off the wagon hard.
Take. It. Slowly.
Which seems ironic for somebody who was after a quick fix lol
What I mean is, don’t be lazy - walk to places that you normally would drive to, walk ur pooch instead of sitting down and throwing the ball, run around with ur little family, opt for the stairs instead of the escalator at the mall - but don’t stress yourself out and feel like a failure if you don’t move from the sofa for a day.
It’s all about changing your outlook on life, and you will 100000% find that if you are up and about and being productive that you won’t even think about snacking or carbs or eating shit.
OK I feel obliged to just POST THIS now. I also think it’s worth while to mention that I ended my carb-free 18 days about 12 days ago, and I have in fact dropped a further 0.4lbs, which doesn’t seem like much in comparison - but I wanted to prove that once you go back to carbs it isn’t all downhill. You need to be cautious and smart about it.
If you have any further Qs please just ask away!!! My inbox is always open. I know a few of you will have concerns with this post and will probably point out the incorrect science that I’ve explained. I’m a novice, but a novice that has lost 100lbs. So if I can, literally anybody can. It doesn’t take a nutritionist or a fitness fanatic to lose weight, and wanting a quick fix isn’t dumb.
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.
I’m just gonna hit the nail on the head here before it gets any further. An 18 year old dating a 17 year old, is not predatory. Whether they’re a few months a part or a good full year apart, it’s fine. I mean, me and my girlfriend are some few months apart and I turned 18 when she was 17 but we still graduated at the same time and everything. It’s really fine guys.
A coincidence I found quite far fetched, but mindblowing after some connecting. I found this:
Connection Between Chapter Numbers
The first chapter Ishida started off this year (2017) was re: Chapter 107, which is titled as “V.” The most recent chapter Ishida released was re: Chapter 125, which is titled as “X”. Simply, re: Chapter 125 (”X”) and Chapter 107 (”V”). Chapter 125 and 107 are 18 chapters apart from each other.
125 - 107 = 18, a number heavily associated with “X-rated” content.
The first chapter was 18 chapters away from an X-rated chapter. Coincidentally, “V” is also the first letter for “virginity”.
A possible meaning can be: Touka and Kaneki were 18 chapters away from “V” (losing their virginity), or 18 chapters close to “X” (having sex).
In re: Chapter 124, the Oggai said they “were under 18.” Subtract both Chapter 107 and 124.
124 - 107 = 17, a number under 18. This is possibly a subtle warning/hint that an x-rated chapter was very close.
Addition: Roman Numerals of re: Chapter 125 and 107
TG re: Chapter 107 title was “V” (Roman Numeral for 5).
TG re: Chapter 125 title was “X” (Roman Numeral for 10).
Pairing: Dean x Reader x Sam (Platonic, Sister-like)
Trigger Warnings: Bad Language, SPN canon violence, sex talk
(nothing explicit), drinking, I think that’s it
Word Count: 2876
Summary: When a shifter gets away you and the guys hit up a
bar. Dean leaves with a woman which you roll your eyes in annoyance at, not in
jealousy, but the fact he always ditches you. Dean thinks you’re jealous
because he thinks you’re still a virgin. What happens when you tell him and
Sammy you’re not? Humor and awkwardness that’s what. Read to see
A/N: This was written for @jalove-wecallhimdean superbusters challenge. The quotes
I picked was from the newest Ghostbusters movie and was “Come get your
virginity from the lost and found.” Tried to make it as funny as I could. I’m
really not a funny person and you’ll get that from this. This takes place
somewhere in S12 so like current day. Also, the reader is like a younger sister
to the guys since they brought her in. She is 21 which makes her and Dean
roughly 18 years apart and her and Sammy roughly 14 years apart. And I want to
apologize this was supposed to be done yesterday but since my summer class for
college, that I have now withdrawn from, was taking a lot of time and stressing
me out I got behind on my fics.
Most of these are taken from my Wattpad account! (Twtrash01)
Send me requests for the following Fandoms: Teenwolf, Vampire Diaries, Dolantwins, OUAT(Peter Pan, Robbie Kay, Supernatural, Suicide Squad, The 100. Basically I’ll write for any fandom. I’ll write non-smut as well. Be specific in what you want!
Request: Could you write an imagine where it’s Ethan’s 18th birthday, so he has his first time with the reader who is a couple of years older than him? 😍 If you can, maybe you could make way separate imagine with a similar plot for Grayson too? Just because they’re both perf & it would be cool to see the differences … 😂 Thank you in advance, angel 🙂💘