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I really need help choosing a crochet pattern :(

I did it! I finally did it! 

Here goes my Tori Amos top 50 songs Unrepentant edition! I chose the pictures just because I absolutely love the photography for Scarlet’s Walk, it’s absolutely beautiful. 

Would love to hear if people agree/disagree!

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I did it! I finally did it! 

Here goes my Tori Amos top 50 songs Unrepentant edition! I chose the pictures just because I absolutely love the photography for Scarlet’s Walk, it’s absolutely beautiful. 

Would love to hear if people agree/disagree!

I’m just finishing putting together my Tori top 50 list so of course I’m listening to some live performances on youtube. I hadn’t watched this on in a couple of months before just now and I’d forgotten just how much it means to me. From 2:49 to 3:01 you can actually see Tori staring directly into my eyes (I was front row piano side) and smiling back at my when I smiled at her through my tears. It was literally one of the most intense things ever, I’m so happy that it’s on video!

(I know I’m sickening, but I also don’t care…)

(Little Earthquakes is at number 10 on my list)

bookshelfporn:

Framed Bookshelf by Mark Taylor Design

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bookshelfporn:

Framed Bookshelf by Mark Taylor Design

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allthingseurope:

Lake District, England (by Tom ♠)

(via black-eyedsusans)

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allthingseurope:

Lake District, England (by Tom ♠)

(via black-eyedsusans)

forthetruthinrelationships:

Love is love

Gorgeous Photography Series Portrays Gay Couples All Over The Globe. Braden Summers traveled to six different countries to prove that no matter where you are, love is equal. Summers hopes that one day he will have his photography in a touring exhibition, so he can continue to spread a little bit of romance all over the globe.

(via confusedcoffey)

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forthetruthinrelationships:

Love is love

Gorgeous Photography Series Portrays Gay Couples All Over The Globe. Braden Summers traveled to six different countries to prove that no matter where you are, love is equal. Summers hopes that one day he will have his photography in a touring exhibition, so he can continue to spread a little bit of romance all over the globe.

(via confusedcoffey)

A customer just told that I have an excellent knowledge of fiction for 5-8 year olds. I’m cool with this.

things-in-jars:

orangecloudsraining:

mydrunkkitchen:

dailymusician:

My two friends and I decided while talking a bathroom break at barnes and noble, we would promote our favorite cutie, mydrunkkitchen and John Green by scattering the books to all corners of the store.

Love you and keep on going with your fucking gut.

you fucking NAILED IT

I’m sorry to be a massive killjoy, but as someone who works in a bookshop there is literally nothing you can do that is more annoying than scattering all the copies of a certain book all over the shop and into random places. Like, I understand the whole idea behind putting the book into prominent places to try and advertise it because you like the author, but by putting it in places where it shouldn’t be it just means that when someone does come in and wants to buy it then we won’t be able to find it for them and then potentially we (and the author) lose out on the sale. Quite often if a book is just put on a display then we simply don’t notice that it’s in the wrong place because we don’t have time to be checking all the displays all the time in case customers have put completely random books on them.

The best approach if you want to promote a book in your local bookstore on behalf of an author you like is to go up to the staff and talk to them about it. Suggest to them that they maybe put a recommendation card by it on the shelf, or create a more prominent display of them and they probably will take your idea on board. Doing it yourself however is just *incredibly* annoying.

/rant

THIS. I love Hannah, I want to see Hanna succeed in all the things. But if a customer is looking for her book and it’s not on the display it says it should be on, I can’t sell it to the customer. Again, I don’t have all day to hunt around the store and find it, and most customers get fed up with me looking for something after about 2 minutes. This also causes loss prevention issues, as in, the computer says I have 10 copies, I can only find a couple, now I have missing merchandise.

Exactly! And it gives a really bad impression to the customer too if we tell them that we are showing 10 copies in stock and yet can’t find them anywhere, as it makes us seem really unprofessional if we can’t locate this huge stack of books. Also sometimes customers can get annoyed if there are irrelevant books on a display, so for example with the TFOIS display by putting Hannah’s book on top all it does is make the display look messy, which isn’t going to go down well with customers. Sorry about the rant but this just genuinely annoys me so much because it inconveniences all parties, from the author to the bookshop to the customer.

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things-in-jars:

orangecloudsraining:

mydrunkkitchen:

dailymusician:

My two friends and I decided while talking a bathroom break at barnes and noble, we would promote our favorite cutie, mydrunkkitchen and John Green by scattering the books to all corners of the store.

Love you and keep on going with your fucking gut.

you fucking NAILED IT

I’m sorry to be a massive killjoy, but as someone who works in a bookshop there is literally nothing you can do that is more annoying than scattering all the copies of a certain book all over the shop and into random places. Like, I understand the whole idea behind putting the book into prominent places to try and advertise it because you like the author, but by putting it in places where it shouldn’t be it just means that when someone does come in and wants to buy it then we won’t be able to find it for them and then potentially we (and the author) lose out on the sale. Quite often if a book is just put on a display then we simply don’t notice that it’s in the wrong place because we don’t have time to be checking all the displays all the time in case customers have put completely random books on them.

The best approach if you want to promote a book in your local bookstore on behalf of an author you like is to go up to the staff and talk to them about it. Suggest to them that they maybe put a recommendation card by it on the shelf, or create a more prominent display of them and they probably will take your idea on board. Doing it yourself however is just *incredibly* annoying.

/rant

THIS. I love Hannah, I want to see Hanna succeed in all the things. But if a customer is looking for her book and it’s not on the display it says it should be on, I can’t sell it to the customer. Again, I don’t have all day to hunt around the store and find it, and most customers get fed up with me looking for something after about 2 minutes. This also causes loss prevention issues, as in, the computer says I have 10 copies, I can only find a couple, now I have missing merchandise.

Exactly! And it gives a really bad impression to the customer too if we tell them that we are showing 10 copies in stock and yet can’t find them anywhere, as it makes us seem really unprofessional if we can’t locate this huge stack of books. Also sometimes customers can get annoyed if there are irrelevant books on a display, so for example with the TFOIS display by putting Hannah’s book on top all it does is make the display look messy, which isn’t going to go down well with customers. Sorry about the rant but this just genuinely annoys me so much because it inconveniences all parties, from the author to the bookshop to the customer.

mydrunkkitchen:

dailymusician:

My two friends and I decided while talking a bathroom break at barnes and noble, we would promote our favorite cutie, mydrunkkitchen and John Green by scattering the books to all corners of the store.

Love you and keep on going with your fucking gut.

you fucking NAILED IT

I’m sorry to be a massive killjoy, but as someone who works in a bookshop there is literally nothing you can do that is more annoying than scattering all the copies of a certain book all over the shop and into random places. Like, I understand the whole idea behind putting the book into prominent places to try and advertise it because you like the author, but by putting it in places where it shouldn’t be it just means that when someone does come in and wants to buy it then we won’t be able to find it for them and then potentially we (and the author) lose out on the sale. Quite often if a book is just put on a display then we simply don’t notice that it’s in the wrong place because we don’t have time to be checking all the displays all the time in case customers have put completely random books on them.

The best approach if you want to promote a book in your local bookstore on behalf of an author you like is to go up to the staff and talk to them about it. Suggest to them that they maybe put a recommendation card by it on the shelf, or create a more prominent display of them and they probably will take your idea on board. Doing it yourself however is just *incredibly* annoying.

/rant

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mydrunkkitchen:

dailymusician:

My two friends and I decided while talking a bathroom break at barnes and noble, we would promote our favorite cutie, mydrunkkitchen and John Green by scattering the books to all corners of the store.

Love you and keep on going with your fucking gut.

you fucking NAILED IT

I’m sorry to be a massive killjoy, but as someone who works in a bookshop there is literally nothing you can do that is more annoying than scattering all the copies of a certain book all over the shop and into random places. Like, I understand the whole idea behind putting the book into prominent places to try and advertise it because you like the author, but by putting it in places where it shouldn’t be it just means that when someone does come in and wants to buy it then we won’t be able to find it for them and then potentially we (and the author) lose out on the sale. Quite often if a book is just put on a display then we simply don’t notice that it’s in the wrong place because we don’t have time to be checking all the displays all the time in case customers have put completely random books on them.

The best approach if you want to promote a book in your local bookstore on behalf of an author you like is to go up to the staff and talk to them about it. Suggest to them that they maybe put a recommendation card by it on the shelf, or create a more prominent display of them and they probably will take your idea on board. Doing it yourself however is just *incredibly* annoying.

/rant

Ask me!

  • 1: What would you name your future daughter?
  • 2: Do you miss anyone?
  • 3: What if I told you that you were pretty?
  • 4: Ever been told “it’s not you, it’s me”?
  • 5: What are you looking forward to in the next week?
  • 6: Did you go out or stay in last night?
  • 7: How late did you stay up last night?
  • 8: Honestly, has anyone seen you in your underwear in the past 3 months?
  • 9: What were you doing at 12:30 this afternoon?
  • 10: Have you ever told somebody you loved them and not actually meant it?
  • 11: Could you go for the rest of your life without drinking alcohol?
  • 12: Have you pretended to like someone?
  • 13: Could you go the rest of your life without smoking a cigarette?
  • 14: Is there one person in your life that can always make you smile?
  • 15: Is it hard for you to get over someone?
  • 16: Think back five months ago, were you single?
  • 17: Have you ever cried from being so mad?
  • 18: Hold hands with anyone this week?
  • 19: Did your last kiss take place in/on a bed?
  • 20: Who did you last see in person?
  • 21: What is the last thing you said out lot?
  • 22: Have you kissed three or more people in one night?
  • 23: Have you ever been to Paris?
  • 24: Are you good at hiding your feelings?
  • 25: Do you use chap stick?
  • 26: Who did you last share a bed with?
  • 27: Are you listening to music right now?
  • 28: What is something you currently want right now?
  • 29: Were your last three kisses from the same person?
  • 30: How is your heart lately?
  • 31: Do you wear the hood on your hoodie?
  • 32: When was the last time a member of the opposite sex hugged you?
  • 33: What do people call you?
  • 34: Have you ever wanted to tell someone something but didn’t?
  • 35: Are there any stressful situations in your life?
  • 36: What are you listening to right now?
  • 37: What is wrong with you right now?
  • 38: Love really is a beautiful thing huh?
  • 39: Do you make wishes at 11:11?
  • 40: What is on your wrists right now?
  • 41: Are you single/taken/heartbroken/confused/waiting for the unexpected?
  • 42: Where did you get the shirt/sweatshirt you’re wearing?
  • 43: Have you ever regretted kissing someone?
  • 44: Have you hugged someone within the last week?
  • 45: Have you kissed anyone in the last five days?
  • 46: What were you doing at midnight last night?
  • 47: Do you miss the way things were six months ago?
  • 48: Would you rather sleep with someone else or alone?
  • 49: Have you ever been to New York?
  • 50: Think of the last person who said I love you, do you think they meant it?