Vanadinte on Barite // Coud’a, Mibladen, Khénifra, Meknès-Tafilalet, Morocco
I yelped when I saw this….
interesting, kinda pretty, aside from looking like a heart that’s been extracted from someone with congestive heart failure, red with large fatty deposits.
Bridal Costume Kameya
Japanese wedding kimono
i would probably be like this… i’ve already seriously entertained the thought of wearing a kilt, dressed to the 9’s in semi-scot style… or a red velvet dress, it’ll probably take someone ‘special’ to marry me.
Chrome, please stop this.
ITS ACTUALLY THE WORST PLEASE MAKE IT STOP
ok i was confused i thought it was just my shit or soemthing becus i seen nothing about this shit
oh so it’s not just me. ok
i’m using firefox and i’m getting that too.
it’s not just chrome.
Yeah, it’s not happened to me on Firefox myself, but only Chrome hence why I blamed Chrome. :’)
ACTUALLY it’s tumblr! it’s a new, stupid option. here’s how to turn it off
this post saved my life
this may actually be the dumbest thing tumblr has done yet
of course, it was fixed in short order, i thought opera had gone funny.
applebeveragesaur reblogged your post This incident has made me wonder about… and added:
Sugar free gum, chocolate, gummies… the list goes on. They all use things like sorbitol which is a sugar alcohol used in some laxatives. Diabetics like me are very familiar with this because they make it seem like we can have chocolate again.
We’re like, “YAY! THIS IS GREAT NEWS. CHOCOLATE GET IN MY BELLY!”
Later on the throne we find out we’ve been had.
and lately, some experiments have found a possible direct link between artificial sweeteners and diabetes. i figured it would just make a person more hungry cause it tricked the body and it dumped insulin into the blood as prelude to metabolising sugar, perhaps it’s more insidious.
Unknown model photographed by Louis Amédée Mante, around 1907.
(I’ve seen the autochrome flipped, but looking at other portraits, I’m fairly certain this is the right way.)