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Arin Jade Mallin
18 in California.
I'm a kid from Toddlers and Tiaras.

* ~*I think I'm a fairy princess*~*
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☀︎H A P P Y P L A C E☀︎ #hoopersofinstagram #sf  (at Golden Gate Park)

☀︎H A P P Y P L A C E☀︎ #hoopersofinstagram #sf (at Golden Gate Park)

sophomorediaries:

Day 46: Bsclly I suck and these past few days have been hectic and I want to die.
In summary, he sucks and still has my fucking jacket. Beyond was amazing. I’m worried won’t at least get all B’s this semester (Fuck financial accounting and QBA). The pledges are stressing me out. I never feel like I’m doing a good job at anything. Work is taking over my life but I love it at the same time. 
Certainly I’m falling apart for real this time, but I’ll try to keep updating more so you can all at least watch the descent. 

sophomorediaries:

Day 46: Bsclly I suck and these past few days have been hectic and I want to die.

In summary, he sucks and still has my fucking jacket. Beyond was amazing. I’m worried won’t at least get all B’s this semester (Fuck financial accounting and QBA). The pledges are stressing me out. I never feel like I’m doing a good job at anything. Work is taking over my life but I love it at the same time. 

Certainly I’m falling apart for real this time, but I’ll try to keep updating more so you can all at least watch the descent. 

lazyyogi:

So I won two pounds of Tibetan quartz from a three hundred year old monk in a hand of poker last weekend. 

goregirlsdungeon:

FEMALE TROUBLE (1974) directed by John Waters

goregirlsdungeon:

FEMALE TROUBLE (1974) directed by John Waters

percevoir:

Whether to kill yourself or not is one of the most important decisions a teenager can make.
Heathers (1988)

percevoir:

Whether to kill yourself or not is one of the most important decisions a teenager can make.

Heathers (1988)

retrogirly:

Soviet Fashions of the 60s

ghjco:

Vanilla Cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding
3 tbsp black chia seeds
1 tbsp ground flax seeds (optional)
1 tbsp hemp seeds (optional)
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon 
1 cup vanilla almond milk (ideally made with real vanilla bean and some coconut oil, and sweetened with dates. Okay let’s be honest: ideally our almond milk)
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
Berries and/or crumbled nuts of your choice
Steps:
Pour the almond milk into a small mason jar, a bowl, or another sealable, coolable vessel with an opening large enough to accommodate a spoon.
Spoon in seeds and cinnamon, and stir very well. (You can also close the jar and shake it up, but it may not look quite as nice once it has set. Unless you wipe the inside edges with a clean damp cloth. If you go down that route then we can think of this as step 2 1/2.)
Ensure that all seeds are completely and irreversibly immersed.
Sprinkle some extra cinnamon on top to add panache.
Seal the jar and refrigerate for several hours (preferably overnight).
Getting antsy? To find out whether it has set, you can tilt the jar and observe whether the almond milk is spilling sideways or just swaying. When it is ready, it will sway.
Top with garnish of your choice and savour for breakfast, dessert, or whenever the mood strikes. Serves one (who is hungry) or two (who are generous).
Pro Tip: 
You can shake this mixture up and pour it into several shot glasses or espresso cups (and cover them in the fridge overnight) to make miniature puddings for your seedy brunch posse, or as clever weekday snacks.
Off Piste:
Choco-Maca-Chia – substitute Almond Milk with Choco-Maca-Milk. Caution: this may change your life.
Raspberry Chia – muddle some raspberries with your seedy ensemble before mixing in the almond milk. In this case you may or may not wish to withhold the cinnamon (no judgment either way).
Coconut Chia – toss in some shredded coconut along with your seeds and spice.
Almond or Peanut Butter Chia –- blend a spoonful of either nut butter with the almond milk.
Banana Chia – blend half a banana with the almond milk. Substitute with an entire banana for added banananess.
Chai Chia –- add cardamom, cloves and extra cinnamon, then try saying the name twelve times really fast while standing on your head. If you succeed, call us immediately; we need to talk.
- GHJC

ghjco:

Vanilla Cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding

3 tbsp black chia seeds

1 tbsp ground flax seeds (optional)

1 tbsp hemp seeds (optional)

1/2 tsp ground cinnamon

1 cup vanilla almond milk (ideally made with real vanilla bean and some coconut oil, and sweetened with dates. Okay let’s be honest: ideally our almond milk)

1/2 tsp ground cinnamon

Berries and/or crumbled nuts of your choice

Steps:

  1. Pour the almond milk into a small mason jar, a bowl, or another sealable, coolable vessel with an opening large enough to accommodate a spoon.
  2. Spoon in seeds and cinnamon, and stir very well. (You can also close the jar and shake it up, but it may not look quite as nice once it has set. Unless you wipe the inside edges with a clean damp cloth. If you go down that route then we can think of this as step 2 1/2.)
  3. Ensure that all seeds are completely and irreversibly immersed.
  4. Sprinkle some extra cinnamon on top to add panache.
  5. Seal the jar and refrigerate for several hours (preferably overnight).
  6. Getting antsy? To find out whether it has set, you can tilt the jar and observe whether the almond milk is spilling sideways or just swaying. When it is ready, it will sway.
  7. Top with garnish of your choice and savour for breakfast, dessert, or whenever the mood strikes. Serves one (who is hungry) or two (who are generous).

Pro Tip:

You can shake this mixture up and pour it into several shot glasses or espresso cups (and cover them in the fridge overnight) to make miniature puddings for your seedy brunch posse, or as clever weekday snacks.

Off Piste:

Choco-Maca-Chia – substitute Almond Milk with Choco-Maca-Milk. Caution: this may change your life.

Raspberry Chia – muddle some raspberries with your seedy ensemble before mixing in the almond milk. In this case you may or may not wish to withhold the cinnamon (no judgment either way).

Coconut Chia – toss in some shredded coconut along with your seeds and spice.

Almond or Peanut Butter Chia –- blend a spoonful of either nut butter with the almond milk.

Banana Chia – blend half a banana with the almond milk. Substitute with an entire banana for added banananess.

Chai Chia –- add cardamom, cloves and extra cinnamon, then try saying the name twelve times really fast while standing on your head. If you succeed, call us immediately; we need to talk.

- GHJC

Challenge: Beyond Wonderland Status: Conquered 

Challenge: Beyond Wonderland Status: Conquered