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THIS WAS SO MUCH FLIPPEN FUN!!!! I ENJOYED MYSELF!! As you can see, I am what you would call a 90′s slxt!! I love the 90s wayyy more than I should! I am obsessed with it, as well as overalls, buns, fashion, Lemony Snicket, old 90s shows and cartoons, anything British, pink, yellow, and don’t forget bananas!!! 🍌 🍌 🍌 🍌
Throwback Thursday to this vintage Vans Off The Wall ad back when Old Skools were called “Style 36” and Eras were simply “Style 95” How rad are these old colorways? “The World’s Number One Skateboard Shoes.” nothing has changed.
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Yay no class on Fridays! Continuing my doing stuff in London/ finally getting some sleep weekend took me to more of the north and east part of my loop of the city. I started with the British Museum, which was amazing. And the first thing I saw walking in was brick from something we talked about like the first day of historic structures, which was really cool (because that was some really old stuff). Then I saw some Assyrian stuff, Egyptian, Greek, Roman etc. etc., including the actual Rosetta Stone. Super cool stuff. I then went to the rooftop from Doctor Who that has a crazy good view of St. Paul’s, and then to the Museum of London, which was super helpful for my paper and really cool. I then wandered around some of the remnants of the old Roman wall (~200 AD) that enclosed the city and sat for a while in the grass next to it to read Harry Potter for a little while. I then went over the millennium bridge again to Tate Modern, not for the art but for the 10th floor overlook, but some of the art wasn’t that bad. I then went over London Bridge, did some souvenir shopping, saw the monument for the Great Fire in 1666, and finally made my way to St. Dunstan’s in the East, which lived up to the hype. It was an old church restored in 950 and 1697 before being all but destroyed in the blitz, reopening in 1967 as a public garden around the walls that still remained. Who even knows what else I did. I’m only going based on the pictures I have.
What i did:Added old ruin wall textures right and left, old brick wall texture on the front wall. Added old looking texture on the floor, i changed the windows and added broken glass windows, changed the background and added a scenery from an apocalypse and of course i added a cute zombie:P