adventures-in-autumn:

Autumn Colours

            ↳ Orange

Timestamp: 1407919466

adventures-in-autumn:

Autumn Colours

            ↳ Orange

a-tiny-traveler:

I am ready for misty mornings, warm coffee, leggings, and oversized sweaters. I am ready for Autumn’s chilling hug and breezy embrace. 

allthingseurope:

Kiev, Ukraine (by SergeyIT)

(Source: humorstop, via ugly)

Timestamp: 1407918763

(Source: humorstop, via ugly)

nudityandnerdery:

sweetkimchii:

dranamichelle:

deathbruzer:

whatamievensaying:

theevilblackbunny:

barnabasdeimos:

diglettdevious:

little-kitten-doll:

fast-and-fit:

THIS

To everyone who says it’s too expensive to eat on a budget. 

I love Twizzlers 

Where the fuck are you people buying your food that it costs so little?!

Pretendland, I’m guessing.

???

where is this food coming from, those cranberries in the last one cost like six dollars in my area

can’t remember the exact prices for the other stuff but it’s a lOT MORE THAN THAT

No fucking way I can afford any of that stuff for that little.

I buy tilapia, chicken breasts, potatoes, etc. and those fucking prices are wrong as shit! I don’t know what fucking store they’re shopping at but this is lies! That’s hilarious! Why lie??? Eating healthy is not cheap.

You can’t get meat that cheap at the commissary! And the commissary is literally the cheapest place to buy meat anywhere ever. I hate these ‘informative posters’ cuz they’re only lies meant to shame poor people for not being healthy -__-

Man, I fucking wish a pound of strawberries was $1.67… I feel like they have to be using ultra-sale prices.

The other side of this equation is storage. See, I’ve got a bag of frozen french fries in my freezer. When I want some, I fire up the oven, grab a handful, and heat them up with whatever I’m having for lunch. They’ll last in there until I finish the bag. Now, that 10 lb sack of potatoes? A few weeks. One page I found says they can last up to 2 to 3 months if I keep them in a “cool (45 to 55 degrees), dark place,” but there’s nowhere like that in my apartment, especially in summer. So I’d end up having to throw some of them out, while I’ll use all of the fries, so which side is wasting money now?

(via space-dragon-detective)

Timestamp: 1407579638

nudityandnerdery:

sweetkimchii:

dranamichelle:

deathbruzer:

whatamievensaying:

theevilblackbunny:

barnabasdeimos:

diglettdevious:

little-kitten-doll:

fast-and-fit:

THIS

To everyone who says it’s too expensive to eat on a budget. 

I love Twizzlers 

Where the fuck are you people buying your food that it costs so little?!

Pretendland, I’m guessing.

???

where is this food coming from, those cranberries in the last one cost like six dollars in my area

can’t remember the exact prices for the other stuff but it’s a lOT MORE THAN THAT

No fucking way I can afford any of that stuff for that little.

I buy tilapia, chicken breasts, potatoes, etc. and those fucking prices are wrong as shit! I don’t know what fucking store they’re shopping at but this is lies! That’s hilarious! Why lie??? Eating healthy is not cheap.

You can’t get meat that cheap at the commissary! And the commissary is literally the cheapest place to buy meat anywhere ever. I hate these ‘informative posters’ cuz they’re only lies meant to shame poor people for not being healthy -__-

Man, I fucking wish a pound of strawberries was $1.67… I feel like they have to be using ultra-sale prices.

The other side of this equation is storage. See, I’ve got a bag of frozen french fries in my freezer. When I want some, I fire up the oven, grab a handful, and heat them up with whatever I’m having for lunch. They’ll last in there until I finish the bag. Now, that 10 lb sack of potatoes? A few weeks. One page I found says they can last up to 2 to 3 months if I keep them in a “cool (45 to 55 degrees), dark place,” but there’s nowhere like that in my apartment, especially in summer. So I’d end up having to throw some of them out, while I’ll use all of the fries, so which side is wasting money now?

(via space-dragon-detective)