Fukubukuro Dessert in Tokyo, Japan, serves unusual flavoured ice cream in sets of 6 taster-scoops. I got: Tulip, Crab, Garlic (Dracula), Coal, Eel and Wasabi flavours. I was given a sachet of herbs to put on the eel one. The flavours were all spot on (I don’t know what I expected). I’m pretty sure the crab one had actual bits of crab in it. Other flavours on their menu: Potato, Shark fin, Miso noodle, Indian curry, Beef tongue, White Shrimp, Double Cheese, Corn, Rose, Eggplant, Pumpkin, Basil and Oyster.
Originally from Travel Blog
Could you live on $8 or $9 dollars an hour? A computer game made by the Urban Ministries of Durham in North Carolina and an advertising firm called McKinney lets you play out life with a low-wage job as a single mom. The objective is to make it a month, juggling getting a job, rent, a place to live, food and coping with the costs of repairs, things for your child, insurance, etc.. Actually a very hard game to play and full of reminders of the difficulties of life on that kind of salary.
Play the game.
Seriously, if you haven’t played before, play it now. If you have played before, play it again. Especially important during this election season.
just playing this game alone made me really stressed and anxious
ALL THE HATER ANONS, PLAY THIS
This game is amazing. Play it, play it, play it! I shared this with a professor who then had her students play it. So real.
Fuck that, this is my LIFE! I don’t need to play it!
Originally from Always Looking Up
this is fucking fake
prove it asshole
Originally from Let It Go ~
You can pile up all the how to books you want and whine all you want, but only drawing and training your eyes to see objects themselves will get you to the level of skill you desire.
Originally from p e p p e r o n c c i n i ◄
no matter the distance, your friendship is always important
Originally from ADVENTURE SOLDIER
Originally from جرى وراء النساء
Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs
Not only a portable design, but able to print on any size page.
it finally feels like 2014
Every once in a while there’s an invention you never knew you always needed.
Originally from 969years
Small and miniature oil paintings by Jessica Gardner