fuckyeahsexanddrugs:

aww





awwwwkward

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You wouldnt like me when Im angry.

sheiskafkaesque:

Story of my life, haha!Such a great movie :] 

sheiskafkaesque:

Story of my life, haha!
Such a great movie :] 

girlisariot:

Understanding male entitlement, Daria style.

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When I see that you have good books on your shelf.

When I see that you have good books on your shelf.

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tom-kitten:

Happy Father’s Day!

tom-kitten:

Happy Father’s Day!

The Reader

"Why? Why does what was beautiful suddenly shatter in hindsight because it concealed dark truths? Why does the memory of years of happy marriage turn to gall when our partner is revealed to have had a lover all those years? Because such a situation makes it impossible to be happy? But we were happy! Sometimes the memory of happiness cannot stay true because it ended unhappily. Because happiness is only real if it lasts forever? Because things always end painfully if they contained pain, conscious or unconscious, all along? But what is unconscious, unrecognized pain?

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darkmagiciangrrrl:

studiosucculents:

Propagating Succulent by Leaf Cuttings and Beheading

If you caught my previous post, you know of my unsightly succulent. Well, today was the day to give it a fresh start by creating little babies from it! This is my first time attempting to propagate by beheading the top of the plant so I followed Needs + Leaves guide (it’s an amazing post!).

Completely taking apart a succulent is so daunting, but I thought, what do I have to lose? Here’s what I did:

The Cutting:

  1. Took away all of the middle and bottom leaves by gently wiggling them side to side - they come off very easily!
  2. Sliced the remaining rosette off with a clean, sharp knife/shears
  3. Sliced a bit more of the stem because it’s so lengthy

The Initial Wait:

  • After removing all the leaves and the remaining rosette, I laid them on top of a bed of soil 
  • Waited a few days for the ends of the leaves and stem to callous over - usually if the leaves are removed cleanly, they don’t take longer to dry out, the stem may take a bit longer as the “wound” is larger

The Maintenance

  • Once everything is dry I leave my cuttings by the window with indirect sun
  • I mist lightly the cuttings twice a day (morning and night) though I know you can do it less if you water more thoroughly. My studio is very dry so I mist more but that’s just what I do

I’ll be posting progress photos at major milestones of this growth journey as they happen. Thank you to everyone who left tips previously!

I love this! It’s super helpful -
One of my baby succulents got knocked down yesterday and almost all of the leaves were broken off. I’m new at the plant parenting thing, and was actually super upset, as I thought it was horribly damaged. So I collected the leaves and followed some random succulent propagation directions I found online, which were a lot different from this (I mean they basically said to stick them in the dirt). I think I’ll go with this method instead. ^_^