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1) If you could visit any time in history, what would it be and why? That’s a tough one. Maybe the beginning of my people (Native Polynesian) and their culture? Just to see what actually happened. Though I wouldn’t interact with the people for fear of screwing with the timeline.

2) If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be? I can’t just pick one. I’m American ffs - I love to eat! No but to be serious, I have many favorites and I can’t just pick one. Besides, I would probably end up hating the one food I did pick because it would get boring after awhile.

3) What do you consider your greatest achievement? I’m still young yet -though I do feel old at times- so I can’t say.

4) With no travel time or restrictions between destinations, how would you spend your dream 24 hours? Just time hop between twenty-four different eras and just observe the comings and goings of the people.

5) Can you remember your dreams? Some of them. Mostly the ones where I try to fight or run and find that I can’t move. Or the ones that actually become a reality and make me feel like I have the strangest sense of Deja Vu.

6) What is the funniest thing you’ve ever seen? I can’t really pick just one but the internet is filled with some good laughs. Like the reactions to a certain video involving Shrek, though not the video itself.

7) Why is a raven like a writing desk? Though Poe wrote on both there is no answer. Although *leans in close to whisper* rumor has it that they were nevar put with the wrong end in front, the words did slope with some flaps thanks to inky quills. (My attempt at being clever - apologies in advance).

8) In ‘The Velveteen Rabbit’, the more loved and worn a toy is, the more ‘real’ it becomes. Do you have a ‘velveteen rabbit’? I used to. It was a sort rainbow colored, sand filled gecko that I named Johnny. I gave him away when I grew up. My little brother has a stuffed toy dog that he named Felix if you were interested in knowing.

9) If you could spend a day as an animal, what kind of animal would you be? I would probably want the ability to change into any animal - like in Animorphs or like with Frank Zhang from the HOO series - for different reasons.

10) You magically have enough money to allow you to live your dream life. What is it? Don’t have a dream life per se, but I would like to make movies or music or whatever came to mind -that was legal- on my own schedule and without outside pressure.

11) Pirates or ninjas? Is it too much to ask for both? I suppose I would have to go with Ninjas I guess, since I grew up watching films and TV that had more ninjas than pirates but I like pirates too.

My questions (These are open to everyone who is interested):

1) Do you have any tattoos?

2) If there was one thing in the world that you could change with the snap of your fingers, what would it be?

3) Favorite thing to do to keep yourself calm/relaxed?

4) Is there anything in particular that you’re looking forward too?

5) Is there anywhere in the world that you would like to visit?

6) What is the dumbest thing you have ever seen?

7) Favorite fictional character?

8) Is there anyone, living or dead, that you would like to meet?

9) Favorite swear word/phrase?

10) Favorite character moment?

11) Least favorite writer?

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ask-the-fearling-rapunzel:

I will NEVER stop reblogging this.

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I will NEVER stop reblogging this.

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believersneverdie5:

FUCK YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES

listen im not a huge marvel fangirl

but i swear to fucking christ you better be bullshitting me on fucking civil war

But where are the female hero centric movies?? I’m seeing a lot of dud power here, I just want to see a awesome women do their thing

^Reblogged for that comment. Lady hero centric movies pls! NAO! And not like in 2020 or something. 

Pretty sure Ant-Man and (an as yet unnamed) third Cap film are the last ones here to actually be confirmed, guys. Disney have confirmed the dates 28th July 2017, 3rd November 2017, 6th July 2018, 2nd November 2018 and 3rd May 2019 for the releases of future Marvel movies, but not what those movies will be.

Yeah I’m pretty sure these are fan made - they do look cool though. I would change the Guardians subtitle to Revenge of the Kree Empire/Mad Titan though maybe that sounds too generic.

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When  I wake up a minute before my alarm goes off

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When I was a kid I thought your 20s were supposed to be fun, not filled with perpetual anxiety about financial stability and constantly feeling like an unaccomplished piece of shit. 

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RIP Casey Kasem

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RIP Casey Kasem

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Apple Cider Vinegar is one of the most useful things you can keep in your home, you should always have a bottle handy. It has so many uses. Here are just a few below. Relieve gas, bloating and heartburnApple cider vinegar can be very helpful in reducing gas and bloating. Just take a tablespoon of ACV diluted in water or tea before a meal. It can also help ameliorate symptoms of heartburn. Take a dose as soon as you feel heartburn symptoms coming on.Hair careApple cider vinegar, when used as a rinse, will make your hair feel smooth and shiny, and provide a bit of extra clarification to remove oil and dirt. It balances your hair’s pH, which helps seal the cuticle and make the hair smoother. It can also help with dandruff, clear away greasy build-up, and soothe itchiness and irritation of the scalp. Simply mix a tablespoon or two in a glass of water, and rinse your hair with it at the end of your bath. Make sure to rinse it out well afterwards, or your hair might feel a little crunchy. Don’t worry, the vinegar smell will dissipate once your hair dries, so you don’t have to go around smelling like salad all day (not that that’s a bad thing!).Sunburn reliefWhile you should always strive to avoid skin damage by not staying out in the sun uncovered for more than 15 minutes, if you do accidentally find yourself burnt to a crisp, you can use apple cider vinegar to neutralize the burn. Dilute it in water and pat on the sore skin, or add a cupful to your bath.DeodorantMost commercial deodorants are antiperspirants, which block your ability to sweat. Since sweat is one of your body’s natural means of detoxification, blocking your ability to sweat can block your ability to detoxify. Plus, most drugstore deodorants and antiperspirants contain aluminum and a host of unpronounceable chemicals and synthetic fragrances, so you want to avoid them anyway.So, it might sound a little crazy, but you can actually use apple cider vinegar as a natural deodorant! Apple cider vinegar absorbs and neutralizes stinky scents. Simply rub a bit of ACV in your underarms and it will absorb and minimize body odors. The vinegary smell dissipates once it dries.Natural apple cider vinegar regulates the pH of your skin.Dilute ACV with two parts water, and spread the concoction over your face with a cotton ball to replace your current toner. You can do this at night after washing, and in the morning before you apply your moisturizer. A dab of apple cider vinegar can also be left on the skin overnight to fade age spots or acne scars.It’s also a recommended agent for warts. For warts, soak a cotton ball in apple cider vinegar, then fasten the cotton ball over the wart with a Band-Aid overnight. The skin may swell some as it reacts with the solution. However, the wart will fall off. Once it falls off, the treatment should be continued for a few more days, to make sure the wart doesn’t return.Apple cider vinegar can aid in weight loss.For daily weight management, add 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar to 16 ounces of water. This concoction can be sipped throughout the day. Data shows some limited, yet significant, weight loss benefits from sustained daily intake of acetic acid (which is a main ingredient in apple cider vinegar). In a 2009 study published in Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, it was found that subjects that consumed acetic acid for 12 weeks experienced significant declines in body weight, abdominal fat, waist circumference and triglycerides. Triglycerides contribute to the bad cholesterol that we want to avoid.Apple cider vinegar will balance your entire inner body system.The body constantly strives to achieve a state of equilibrium. Apple cider vinegar helps the body maintain a healthy alkaline pH level. Research shows that higher acid levels (lower pH level) leads to a lack of energy and higher incidences of infection. Sip some a few times a day for a natural boost of energy.It can help your body get rid of candida.This vinegar is rich in natural enzymes that can help rid your body of candida—yeasts that are attributed to thrush in humans. Candida also is blamed for creating symptoms of fatigue, poor memory, sugar cravings, and yeast infections.The use of apple cider vinegar is effective in repelling fleas on your pets.One part vinegar and one part water can be sprayed on your pets fur and rubbed in generously to the skin. Saturate the entire coat, and continue every day for a few days to a week. Any flea infestation will surely be gone.It’s an all-natural room freshener.Apple cider vinegar will clean your toilets and leave your bathroom smelling like apples! Just pour apple cider vinegar into the toilet, and allow it to sit overnight. It can also be used in dishwashers as a substitute for dish detergent. Mix 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar with 1 cup water, and you can use this solution to clean microwaves, kitchen surfaces, windows, glasses and mirrors, too.

wiccateachings:

Apple Cider Vinegar is one of the most useful things you can keep in your home, you should always have a bottle handy. It has so many uses. Here are just a few below. 

Relieve gas, bloating and heartburn
Apple cider vinegar can be very helpful in reducing gas and bloating. Just take a tablespoon of ACV diluted in water or tea before a meal. It can also help ameliorate symptoms of heartburn. Take a dose as soon as you feel heartburn symptoms coming on.

Hair care
Apple cider vinegar, when used as a rinse, will make your hair feel smooth and shiny, and provide a bit of extra clarification to remove oil and dirt. It balances your hair’s pH, which helps seal the cuticle and make the hair smoother. It can also help with dandruff, clear away greasy build-up, and soothe itchiness and irritation of the scalp. Simply mix a tablespoon or two in a glass of water, and rinse your hair with it at the end of your bath. Make sure to rinse it out well afterwards, or your hair might feel a little crunchy. Don’t worry, the vinegar smell will dissipate once your hair dries, so you don’t have to go around smelling like salad all day (not that that’s a bad thing!).

Sunburn relief
While you should always strive to avoid skin damage by not staying out in the sun uncovered for more than 15 minutes, if you do accidentally find yourself burnt to a crisp, you can use apple cider vinegar to neutralize the burn. Dilute it in water and pat on the sore skin, or add a cupful to your bath.

Deodorant
Most commercial deodorants are antiperspirants, which block your ability to sweat. Since sweat is one of your body’s natural means of detoxification, blocking your ability to sweat can block your ability to detoxify. Plus, most drugstore deodorants and antiperspirants contain aluminum and a host of unpronounceable chemicals and synthetic fragrances, so you want to avoid them anyway.
So, it might sound a little crazy, but you can actually use apple cider vinegar as a natural deodorant! Apple cider vinegar absorbs and neutralizes stinky scents. Simply rub a bit of ACV in your underarms and it will absorb and minimize body odors. The vinegary smell dissipates once it dries.

Natural apple cider vinegar regulates the pH of your skin.
Dilute ACV with two parts water, and spread the concoction over your face with a cotton ball to replace your current toner. You can do this at night after washing, and in the morning before you apply your moisturizer. A dab of apple cider vinegar can also be left on the skin overnight to fade age spots or acne scars.It’s also a recommended agent for warts. For warts, soak a cotton ball in apple cider vinegar, then fasten the cotton ball over the wart with a Band-Aid overnight. The skin may swell some as it reacts with the solution. However, the wart will fall off. Once it falls off, the treatment should be continued for a few more days, to make sure the wart doesn’t return.

Apple cider vinegar can aid in weight loss.
For daily weight management, add 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar to 16 ounces of water. This concoction can be sipped throughout the day. Data shows some limited, yet significant, weight loss benefits from sustained daily intake of acetic acid (which is a main ingredient in apple cider vinegar). In a 2009 study published in Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, it was found that subjects that consumed acetic acid for 12 weeks experienced significant declines in body weight, abdominal fat, waist circumference and triglycerides. Triglycerides contribute to the bad cholesterol that we want to avoid.

Apple cider vinegar will balance your entire inner body system.
The body constantly strives to achieve a state of equilibrium. Apple cider vinegar helps the body maintain a healthy alkaline pH level. Research shows that higher acid levels (lower pH level) leads to a lack of energy and higher incidences of infection. Sip some a few times a day for a natural boost of energy.

It can help your body get rid of candida.
This vinegar is rich in natural enzymes that can help rid your body of candida—yeasts that are attributed to thrush in humans. Candida also is blamed for creating symptoms of fatigue, poor memory, sugar cravings, and yeast infections.

The use of apple cider vinegar is effective in repelling fleas on your pets.
One part vinegar and one part water can be sprayed on your pets fur and rubbed in generously to the skin. Saturate the entire coat, and continue every day for a few days to a week. Any flea infestation will surely be gone.

It’s an all-natural room freshener.
Apple cider vinegar will clean your toilets and leave your bathroom smelling like apples! Just pour apple cider vinegar into the toilet, and allow it to sit overnight. It can also be used in dishwashers as a substitute for dish detergent. Mix 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar with 1 cup water, and you can use this solution to clean microwaves, kitchen surfaces, windows, glasses and mirrors, too.

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