Mortem in Æternum₆

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phrrmp:

liquid, apterus

NONSEXUAL WAYS TO BE INTIMATE WITH SOMEONE

milkspores:

meth-smoothie:

fuckingconversations:

Link 1  <Personal & Body Care

Link 2 <Emotional & Psychological Closeness

Link 3 <Sleeping & Other Spacial Closeness

Link 4 <Life Arrangements

Link 5  <Urgent Situations

This is seriously the kind of relationship I need/all I ever want.

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doktorphil:

Cintia Dicker

mehgehd:

Last Exit by OmeN2501

Sophie Touchet for the Vogue Russia September 2014 issue, photographed by Jason Kibbler and styled by Olga Dunina

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solidsender:

The wolves will come again

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copperbadge:

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wolvensnothere:

thepurposeofplaying:

alljustletters:

narcomanic:

narcomanic:

i’m pretty sure this twitter account is how sexting works in night vale

i mean really

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what is going on here

this is officially my new favourite thing

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thank you for sharing it with us

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SEXTS FROM THE VOID

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Wait, what, why are you paging me

I don’t even like kinky sex with elder gods

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theshepdaddy:

Tiny House Project

In the process of planning a tiny house build this summer. I have a small hobby farm on the edge of the city just inside a national park. I am going to build a tiny off-grid cabin that I will rent on Airbnb where guests can enjoy 40 square kilometers of hiking and bike trails, rivers, and protected wildlife.

I am going to give this method a try for the exterior siding of my project. This is an old Japanese home building technique called Shou Sugi Ban.

Essentially it is the scorching of wood boards (cedar in my case) with a torch and sealing them with a natural oil like linseed. It gives the house a silver/black finish and protects the house from fire, insects, and the elements for 80 years.

I am going to power the cabin with solar, and heat it with a wood burning stove (biomass). I will harvest the rain gutter water and use a triple filter system to make the rainwater potable for the sinks and shower. Also planned is an incinerator toilet which will reduce human waste to ash and remove the need to handle sewage.

Progress is being made here http://www.greenmoxie.com/stage-1-planning-the-tiny-house/

http://www.greenmoxie.com/the-greenmoxie-tiny-house-project/

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