wallet design

Bachelorette, Lin-Manuel Miranda x Reader

Prompt: You’re starting to question your place in life when you find out your best friend is engaged.

Words: 1,550

Author’s Note: It’s been awhile, huh? Life’s been a bit crazy and a lot of my writing attention has gone to Cafes and Late Nights, but I was able to get this one together! Hope you enjoy!

Warnings: Drinking.

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“You’ve got an admirer, ten o’clock.” Pippa’s tipsy voice sounded from next to you. You ignored her insistent tugs at your shirt sleeve as you ordered another water. “Come on! We’re in a club, you’re single, he’s attractive.”

“Then you talk to him.” The bartender smiled as she offered your drink, a sympathetic look for the designated driver. Pippa wiggled her ring finger in front of your face.

Oh. Right. The whole reason you were out tonight, celebrating.

Pippa’s impending marriage was certainly something to go to a club for - Paul was a good guy and he supported her and you definitely weren’t pissed off that anti-hopeless romantic Phillipa Soo was tying the knot before you were. Sure, you were excited for her and couldn’t wait to squeeze yourself into whatever unflattering maid-of-honor dress she picked for you, but there was a cloud of uncertainty looming in the distance

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Guys I made an art!!!???? This is a collab with @cynicallyneutral who drew the crystals, honey, bees and spoon & the main guppy which is gonna be on the other side of this pleather card wallet!!!!! I designed the graphics & slapped the shit together and i’m really proud of it x___x we will be posting the product up once it’s made (there will be 13) but  i really wanted to share a peek!!!!

I can see rn that web CMYK has fucked things up already but i am too tired to care rn omg. 

please go tell @cynicallyneutral how awesome she is. 

The more time I spend in Japan the more I realize that Haikyuu is one of those series with really random merchandise like there’s the usual stuff like posters and buttons and files and all that but I’ve also seen an Oikawa mug, a Fukurodani bathrobe, and an officially-licensed Ushijima Wakatoshi shot glass

I work at a somewhat small grocery store where we have departments like floral, bakery, etc. and I was standing at my register when an elderly man walked up and asked if I could help him in floral, since the only person we have working there was off the clock. We weren’t busy so I went ahead and walked with him to floral and asked one of my managers to help me (a male) since I don’t know exactly all the things to do in that department.

We are all in floral and he wanted some flowers arranged a certain way and wanted some balloons inflated, so me and my manager get everything done and my manager rings him up over there while I put his items in his cart, as it’s one of our cashier requirements.

He reached into his back pocket for his wallet and struggles a little bit, and turns around and says “M'am, I’m not so good with my arms and I’m a little stuck back here getting my wallet, could you get it for me?”

He’s obviously able to reach around for his wallet if that’s his designated place for it, and he looked to be twice my age, so I was feeling a little uncomfortable with him asking my to reach into his back pocket.

So I walked behind the counter and asked my male manager if he could help the customer out with his wallet. As soon as I asked the customer, in a very grumpy tone, said “never mind I got it, don’t you touch me.” And walked out without saying anything else. Was he trying to be slick???

One fateful day in 2009, Andrew Hussie was waking down the streets of New York City, when a crying little girl came up to him and said “I want to make a webcomic like you!” And he told her to be true to herself and she could accomplish anything. But before he could finish speaking, the little girl had stolen his wallet, phone, and character designs right out of his purse and ran away. That girl, as u may have already guessed, grew up to be Michelle Czjakowski, the author and illustrator of Ava’s Demon