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This is the face of a cat who is 100% done with my shit
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This is the face of a cat who is 100% done with my shit

Can someone please tell me the proper posture to assume when I guy plays guitar and sings for you on his couch

because I’m pretty sure I awkwardly cycled through like

seven

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that jacket I was talking about
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that jacket I was talking about

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We’re giant dweebs

(alex I forgot your url) 
(otherwise I’d tag you)
(whoops)
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We’re giant dweebs

(alex I forgot your url) 

(otherwise I’d tag you)

(whoops)

I like these shoes a lot :)
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I like these shoes a lot :)

You know what’s a shitty feeling?

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My 2:48 a.m. essay buddy
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My 2:48 a.m. essay buddy

I was ringing a customer up earlier, and just before she could swipe her card I accidentally said “Go For It” and “Swipe Away” at the same time, and I ended up saying “Go Away” in the most cheerful retail voice ever. 

I didn’t even bother to explain myself.

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I’m not sure how many of my followers like to oil paint, but if they’re anything like me they have insane cats and little area to work with. I can’t leave my painting on an easel to dry, or even on a counter, so I bought some command strips that I place on the back of a fresh canvas, and then on my wall.

If you use a standard size of canvas, you can reuse the strips on your wall over and over to keep your drying paintings away from any animals (and save some counter space).  It’s really cool because if you need to paint another layer, you just pull it off the wall, paint, and then put it back. 

This is probably really obvious or dumb advice, but it works really well for me.

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