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This is what I’m packing out to the Philippines and South Korea this winter. I will be in a rural area of the Philippines without access to running water so I made sure to pack lots of water purification methods. Not pictured are the Osprey Porter 46 and Osprey Daylite Daypack that I am bringing as luggage. This seems like a lot of stuff, but once it’s packed down into my Maxpedition, it’s nice and clean. I love the Maxpedition Organizer because it makes it easy to transfer everything from your backpack luggage to your daypack, and also to ditch and hide all your essentials quickly. Since you can’t bring knives abroad, I always travel with a tactical pen and pen flashlight to use as a kubaton. I always keep the flashlight in my pocket or hand whenever I am walking in public. Even in the safest of countries, a lady has got to keep her wits about her! Sometimes I will buy a knife in country, but it’s best to stay away from weapons as a tourist. Even if you are just carrying a knife for work or utility a grumpy cop will use it as a reason to put you in jail. Follow my adventures on Instagram @pacificnorthlost

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Type: Valentine’s Day Special Miniseries; Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4
Genre: Fluff
Member: Mystery~
Word count: 2,438
A/N: Sorry if it’s not the best. I’m not good with fluffy, lovey-dovey things.
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You couldn’t help but roll your eyes the moment you walked into school.

Valentine’s Day. Ugh

A day where everyone around you act like a bunch of love sicken puppies. Toddlers, middle schoolers, underclassmen, upperclassmen, adults- hell, even the old folks were getting some!

Everyone floated around with glimmering eyes and spewed out the cheesiest things. Chocolate and all sorts of sweets thrown around from left to right. You were surprised there weren’t any pest problems during this time of the year. Girls’ lockers filled with stuffed animals and again, with sweets. Boys making bets with one another to see who received the most candy or confessions. While girls made up their faces and did their hair, guys sprayed of extra cologne.

This holiday made you sick to the stomach and you cursed the human who created this sick holiday. Well, maybe you were just being a bit bitter from past experiences that didn’t go too well.

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Lisa: The Painful RPG is one of those games that is difficult to recommend without a laundry list of caveats, yet I can’t help but love it unreservedly. The game is crass, violent, and touches on a lot of triggering subjects including child abuse, drug addiction, suicide and loss. It’s ALSO completely absurd, comical and surreal in a way that could be completely disrespectful to the heaviness of the aforementioned topics. Personally, the game managed to hit a remarkable balance of contrasts between these two extremes to be compelling.

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