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COMPILED LIST OF RELIEF DRIVES IN UP DILIMAN

1.) Church of the Risen Lord

Relief drive for UP Communities start at 7am tmrw at Church of the Risen Lord. Relief drive in Ateneo College Covered Court until 12midnight tonight and will resume tmrw 7am. We need volunteers. Pls share food,bottled…

idoalready:

He Said: Since I took a sex quiz last week, we figured it was SheSaid’s turn. What to choose…? There was one from Women’s Health that dared: “See if you can tell the difference between sex toys and household objects!” This made me wonder if SheSaid had a lot dick-shaped cooking…

Dongho begs for garbage. Dongho is funny.

imonacouchkurt:

Writing Canniblaine while reading Canniblaine fic. Like a boss.

Under a cut if you’re not into this-I’m not, but Jesus, the idea won’t go away.

It had been one of those rainy days where Kurt and Blaine just wanted to snuggle on the couch all day and watch classic…

mijatovic:

We recently rounded up our five must-have tools for any kitchen, but if you’re short on space and want a minimalist take, weblog Unclutterer offers up their own key kitchen utensils.

mijatovic:

We recently rounded up our five must-have tools for any kitchen, but if you’re short on space and want a minimalist take, weblog Unclutterer offers up their own key kitchen utensils.

Поющие чаши:  таинственные музыкальные инструменты или кухонная посуда? In his fiction book “Under the sky color of peacock feathers,” an Irish anthropologist Monica Connell talks about how she had spent 2 years in a lost mountain village in Nepal, where she studied and described the traditional ceremonies, customs and everyday life of villagers.

unconsumption:

Kitchen Utensil sculptures by Sayaka Kajita Ganz.
We always get a thrill from seeing artwork made from everyday objects, and even more so when those objects would probably be headed for the trash were they not creatively reused. These wonderful sculptures by Sayaka Kajita Ganz made from ordinary kitchen utensils and other discarded objects inspire us to think twice about a number of items we’d normally toss in the bin.
more photos at re-nest

unconsumption:

Kitchen Utensil sculptures by Sayaka Kajita Ganz.

We always get a thrill from seeing artwork made from everyday objects, and even more so when those objects would probably be headed for the trash were they not creatively reused. These wonderful sculptures by Sayaka Kajita Ganz made from ordinary kitchen utensils and other discarded objects inspire us to think twice about a number of items we’d normally toss in the bin.

more photos at re-nest

emphasisadded:

You know those random kitchen utensils that pile up in your drawers and are never actually put to good use?
This post is not about those.
Here are a few tools that deserve a shout out for bringing the awesome to my kitchen on a near daily basis

Microplane// For grating lime zest onto fresh fruit every morning (add a sprig of mint and your breakfast just got fancy)
Mango Slicer // For making the annoying job of pitting a mango a whole lot less messy
Tomato Knife // For slicing through the skin of a tomato without squashing out all the seeds

What about you?
What utensils earn their keep in your kitchen?

emphasisadded:

You know those random kitchen utensils that pile up in your drawers and are never actually put to good use?

This post is not about those.

Here are a few tools that deserve a shout out for bringing the awesome to my kitchen on a near daily basis

Microplane// For grating lime zest onto fresh fruit every morning (add a sprig of mint and your breakfast just got fancy)

Mango Slicer // For making the annoying job of pitting a mango a whole lot less messy

Tomato Knife // For slicing through the skin of a tomato without squashing out all the seeds

What about you?

What utensils earn their keep in your kitchen?

essayist:

DFW on the Adult Entertainment Industry’s Annual Award Ceremony

THE AMERICAN ACADEMY of Emergency Medicine confirms it: Each year, between one and two dozen adult US males are admitted to ERs after having castrated themselves. With kitchen tools, usually, sometimes wire cutters. In answer to the obvious question, surviving patients most often report that their sexual urges had become a source of intolerable conflict and anxiety. The desire for perfect release and the real-world impossibility of perfect, whenever-you-want-it release had together produced a tension they could no longer stand.

It is to the 30+ testosteronically afflicted males whose cases have been documented in the past two years that your correspondents wish to dedicate this article. And to those tormented souls considering autocastration in 1998, we wish to say: “Stop! Stay your hand! Hold off with those kitchen utensils and/or wire cutters!” Because we believe we may have found an alternative.