Steve Cotter, internationally renowned kettlebell expert, teaching some advanced kettlebell training for all of you KB lovers out there like me! Will also be posting a Basics video he did a year before this also with Underground Wellness.
So I have a few minor problems with this video (such as telling some women to just get over feeling down and having cramps, because sometimes women can’t, but different time, I guess), but for the most part, I feel it’s informative and positive. And it was made in the forties…curious, given that it easily and readily explains menstruation better than my high school health class did. Oh, and it was made by Disney
There are lots of tutorials on bleach dyeing using stencils, but I found this to be by far the most thorough of them all. The author explains in great detail what worked for him and what didn’t. As usual, look at Instructables’ comment section for questions, answers and DIYs done by readers of this project.
This tutorial uses the freezer paper stencil method - where you iron freezer paper to your fabric (contact paper is another option).
Can I get a Hanamiya fluff? And good luck on the blog!❤
Sure thing hun! Here you go! Sorry if it’s very late! ( ≧Д≦)
Pairings:Hanamiya x reader Requested by :yuriwhore
Hanamiya was quietly reading in the library, he was minding his own business when he saw you sat on his different direction. He looked at you, and you looked like you was reading a book with intense emotion in your eyes. Then, he went back to reading. “That must have been a very interesting book.” He thought to himself. But the truth is, you weren’t reading an interesting book, you were actually reading a DIY book but you couldn’t understand some intructions. You saw a video and you were inspired to make so DIY stuff, so you went to the library. “This is so frustrating. I mean, how long is 1 meter anyway?” You mumbled in confusion. Hanamiya almost laughed. But - Well, he did laugh. You glared at him. “Is there a problem?” You asked him. He stopped laughing. “I’m sorry. Yes, there’s a problem. You’re sooooo stupid.” He said. You stood up, insulted and you threw the book at him, before the old librarian could tell you to keep quiet you already left. Hanamiya ran his fingers through his hair and smirked. “What an interesting girl.” He thought to himself. You stomped your feet while walking downtown. “The nerve of that guy, calling me stupid. I mean, not every one knows what 1 meter is, right?” She asked herself.
“You there!” You heard someone call. But you ignored him. “Hey, stupid girl!” It was Hanamiya. You suddenly picked up your pace and continued to ignore him. “Hey- wait!” He ran towards you. You stopped walking making him bump into you. “What do you want, eyebrows?” You asked him, bitterly. “Eyebrows? What’s wrong with my eyebrows?” He asked you. You raised a brow at him. “Seriously?” He smirked. “I wanted to say sorry.” He said. You sighed. “Fine, I forgive you. I’m ____, by the way. And you are?” “Makoto Hanamiya.” He introduced himself. “Makoto? Isn’t that a –?” “I know, it’s a girls name. So yeah? What about it?” He quickly said. You laughed. “No. I was going to ask if you’re from Kirisaki Daiichi.” You said. “Oh. Uh. Yeah.” He said. “I’ve never seen you from school.” He said. “Yeah, I rarely go to class since I’m always late. I always end up on back on my bed - asleep.” You said. “Man, you really are stupid.” He muttered. You threw your bag at him. “Hey! That’s the 5th time someone called me stupid this day!” Hanamiya raised his brow. “5th time?” You scratched your head. “Yeah. My sister called me stupid this morning, and the bus driver, oh, and the guard, and you.” You frowned. He laughed again. “Wow. At least you could count.” He said. You were about to throw you sandals at him but he stopped you. “Hey, there’s no shame in being stupid.” He said. “I like stupid girls.” You blushed hard. “I-I am not stupid!” He laughed at you. “How about coffee then, my treat?” He smirked. “If you’re not stupid, you’ll say yes.”
How to care for Pat: bring lots of flowers and cute clothes, and make sure to never upset him, for it is a crime to hurt such a precious cinnamon roll. Do not awake Rey at any cost. Intructions about how to take care of Rey would be : bring back Pat if possible ; else, bring him to Hot Topic, and DO NOT engage a fight. You will lose.
((Yes perfect ovo
You mustn’t upset the cinnamon roll! It can turn problematic very very quickly, in fact I think you have this more accurate than I would have described it :’D
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