The second spring hits, I’m standing in front of my closet going, I am so sick of all my clothes, if I see that shirt again I’ll throw up, but I don’t have any money for new stuff, I’M SO TIRED OF EVERYTHING I OWN. You know that feeling? Let’s kill it with instant-wardrobe-transformer (aka RIT dye). RIT is a brand of clothing dye that’s been around since the 1930s. It turns drab-colored clothes and accessories into bright works of art, and I am obsessed with it. To these! And it’s not even hard. Now, there are other kinds of clothing dye out there, but I chose RIT because it’s got simple instructions on the back of the package, it costs about $3 per box, and you can find it almost everywhere in the U.S. I’m gonna show you how to do a basic stovetop dye job. But! OK! You will need: So now that we have our materials, let’s dye this elegant-yet-boring purse I found at a garage sale for a dollar! Step One: Fill your pot ¾ full with water. Help Im bored.
I don't know what the back of my head looks like I don't know who wrote Poor Richard's Almanack/what time it is I need to buy a gift for someone I don't know which fork to use I don't want to clean up my mess I can't chew gum because I have braces I want to buy help®'s products I want my cat to be a cover model I don't know if I am depressed/colorblind I am worried about my penis size I don't know what to do for my birthday I want to learn another language I want to buy help® elsewhere I want to buy help® shirts I don't know what soda to drink Although I appreciate your sharing this webpage with your friends, family, and co-workers via social networks, I would appreciate it even more if you shared this webpage with my ex girlfriend who broke up with me because she thought I was a loser who was never really going to amount to anything.
We are talking about those little things in life which really do make life worth living. Here we are looking at The 36 Absolute Best Things in the World. Feel free to share your own greatest things in life with us. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Sticky Hands Toy. Carnal fury .com by rafa&l rozendaal, 2011, commisioned by kunstverein wiesbaden. What do you love? Koalas to the Max dot Com. Sketch of Voronoi.
The secret world of Disneyland. Disneyland may look like a straightforward theme park.
But there's a secret world hidden behind the balloons, castles and cotton candy - a place where wild cats roam the park at midnight, Mickey Mouse hides in the wallpaper, and movie stars sip martinis behind closed doors. Feline security It's not easy keeping the grounds of Disneyland utterly spotless, as well as free of unwanted pests. Every night after closing time, 200 feral cats are released into the park to help keep the rodent population under control.
Though Disney doesn't comment on the matter, rumour has it that the feline taskforce dates back to 1957, when renovations to Sleeping Beauty Castle revealed a colony of more than 100 stray cats. Hidden Mickeys At Disneyland, the round-eared Mickey Mouse emblem is everywhere. Cocktails behind closed doors Disneyland is dry - unless you can manage to get your name on the list at Club 33. Trick of the eye Things are not always as they appear at Disneyland. Always on stage A light stays on.