It’s official, I can drop out of school and go to Hogwarts. [x]
"What has it got in its nasty little pocketses??"
HOW DO PEOPLE READ WITH THE SLEEVE ON THE HARD COVER BOOK?! i JUST CAN’T
IDK I JUST FEEL WEIRD WHEN ITS NOT ON
I JUST FEEL SO MUCH MORE RELAXED WHEN THE BOOK’S NOT WEARING CLOTHES TO IMPRESS ME. JUST THE HARD BOOK IN MY HANDS
THIS JUST GOT SEXUAL REALLY QUICKLY
Sugar Aquarelle, here’s a very simple tutorial as I promised, hope it’s helpful. ^u^
HOLY SHIT OH MY GOD LOOK AT THAT HE’S FUCKING PUSHING HIS GLASSES UP BY THE LENS. NO ONE DOES THAT. BECAUSE IF THEY DID THEYD HAVE FUCKING FINGER PRINT VISION. KABUTOS GONNA HAVE TO FUCKING STOP THE NINJA BATTLE TO TAKE OUT HIS CLEANING CLOTH AND CLEAN HIS NASTY FINGER PRINTS OFF HIS GLASSES. LIKE OH IM SORRY NARUTO CAN WE PAUSE FOR A MOMENT I JUST NEED TO CLEAN MY GLASSES BECAUSE IM A NASTY FUCK WHO TOUCHED THE LENSES WITH MY DIRTY NINJA FINGERS. DO NONE OF THE CREATORS OF NARUTO WEAR GLASSES. THIS IS AN OUTRAGE.
* when you open a coffee shop, you’re definitely not getting there when there’s light, especially if you have baked goods that you’re making in the kitchen; I was head baker at one place and I’d regularly get in at 3 am to proof the croissants that had been started the day before; bakelovenotwar was a barista at another place and he used to get in around 4 am, I think
* successful coffee shops—especially successful coffee shops in busy metropolitan areas—open at 6 am at the LATEST; they’ve gotta be open, up, and running for the people who get coffee before work and sometimes that means before dawn
* grinding beans is fucking loud, okay; like, I’ve frequented shops that would grind new for anyone who asked for it or for people who wanted to buy it ground to make at home but it’s really, really loud; that’s just an ambiance tip
* if it’s a little independent shop, I guarantee you’re not going to have four or five people working at once when there’s not enough customers to keep them busy; employees cost money and a lot of independent coffee shops are running that thin line between red and black; basically, if they’re not busy, employees are going home, not hanging out at the counter chatting
* idk if ya’ll have actually used coffee shops as places where you work (not for money; but I tend to use them as my office when I have tons of homework, stuff like that), but you don’t generally get your OWN table if they’re busy; you share with, like, strangers; that’s the culture; people come up and say, “Hey, can I have this side?” And you say, “Sure.” And then you ignore each other for the next few hours
With the warmer, sunnier weather, Marco gets a fetching array of new freckles. Naturally, Jean does his best to spot all of them //rolls away into the sunset