Well would you look at that. My uniform covers all but one of my hickies. 🙏

Well would you look at that. My uniform covers all but one of my hickies. 🙏

One more thing

Guys really need to stop sending pictures of themselves from like 10 years ago. This has happened to me twice now. -_- I get all super excited but when I come over they’ve aged 10 years. And my excitement is gone. I’m about to start asking dudes to send me their skype screen name before I come over.

Alright the makeup has faded it significantly!

Yo the hickies this dude left on my neck is insane. Doesn’t he know about proper hookup etiquette? I had to stop at a rite aid to buy some make up for this. I can’t go into work looking like this. The back if my neck is way worse. I honestly thought he didn’t leave that many. I thought two at the most but man. I’m so mad. No more hook ups for me!

faeryhearts:

Once upon a time, when the world was yet new, there were seven moons. Bathala — the creator of land, sea, and sky — had made them to light the sky at night. These moons were a sight to behold: gleaming like newly-polished silver amidst a velvet sky.In the sea lived a dragon named Bakunawa. This dragon had a mouth as big as a lake, a tongue red as blood, the whiskers and gills of a catfish, and two pairs of wings: a larger pair grey as ash and a smaller pair found farther down its body. The Bakunawa was so enchanted by the beauty of the moons that one night, he rose up out of the sea and swallowed one moon whole. Inordinately proud of his feat, he slunk back down to his watery domain. Unfortunately, he soon realized that the moon inside of him was melting away like candle wax.Wanting to take a moon that would last, the Bakunawa rose into the sky the next night and swallowed another moon. But this one too melted away. Night after night, he took another moon from the sky, and each time it melted away inside him.By now, only one moon was left in the sky, and Bathala was furious. Rather than kill the Bakunawa, he punished the beast and commanded him not to devour the last moon.They say Bakunawa obeys Bathala’s order… most of the time. Every now and then he tries — yes, he tries! — to eat the last moon, and that is why it turns red and causes an eclipse. But the people on earth raise a loud clamour of clanging and clashing metal, screaming and wailing, all to startle him into spitting the moon back out again. Others take the gentler approach, playing sweet music to lull him into a deep slumber so that the moon will roll out of his mouth and float back into the sky where it belongs. However, all wonder if the frightful time will ever come when Bakunawa will succeed in his desire to swallow the last moon.— Ang Alamat Ng Bakunawa - The Philippine Legend of The Eclipse-Dragon.

faeryhearts:

Once upon a time, when the world was yet new, there were seven moons. Bathala — the creator of land, sea, and sky — had made them to light the sky at night. These moons were a sight to behold: gleaming like newly-polished silver amidst a velvet sky.

In the sea lived a dragon named Bakunawa. This dragon had a mouth as big as a lake, a tongue red as blood, the whiskers and gills of a catfish, and two pairs of wings: a larger pair grey as ash and a smaller pair found farther down its body. The Bakunawa was so enchanted by the beauty of the moons that one night, he rose up out of the sea and swallowed one moon whole. Inordinately proud of his feat, he slunk back down to his watery domain. Unfortunately, he soon realized that the moon inside of him was melting away like candle wax.

Wanting to take a moon that would last, the Bakunawa rose into the sky the next night and swallowed another moon. But this one too melted away. Night after night, he took another moon from the sky, and each time it melted away inside him.

By now, only one moon was left in the sky, and Bathala was furious. Rather than kill the Bakunawa, he punished the beast and commanded him not to devour the last moon.

They say Bakunawa obeys Bathala’s order… most of the time. Every now and then he tries — yes, he tries! — to eat the last moon, and that is why it turns red and causes an eclipse. But the people on earth raise a loud clamour of clanging and clashing metal, screaming and wailing, all to startle him into spitting the moon back out again. Others take the gentler approach, playing sweet music to lull him into a deep slumber so that the moon will roll out of his mouth and float back into the sky where it belongs. However, all wonder if the frightful time will ever come when Bakunawa will succeed in his desire to swallow the last moon.
— Ang Alamat Ng Bakunawa - The Philippine Legend of The Eclipse-Dragon.

hapa-chic:

Dylana and Natalie Suarez
Both are Chinese + Spanish! =D

hapa-chic:

Dylana and Natalie Suarez

Both are Chinese + Spanish! =D

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Looks like my next day off isn’t until Tuesday. Yippee. I’m not looking forward to working today. Friday is always crazy