This is all I need to remember. But I keep forgetting.
What you’ll need:
- 2 cups baking powder
- 4 cups boiling water
- 1 cup vinegar
First make sure your drain is clear!
Now add your first cup of baking soda!
There will be a lot more when you do it, but I already unclogged my drain so I’m using less.
NOW COMES THE FUN PART.
YOU GOTTA GET ALL THAT SHIT DOWN YOUR DRAIN.
It took me about two hours of doing this, v , in order to get it all down the drain.
Now add 2 cups of your boiling water.
After it’s all dissolved! WE GOTTA PUT THE OTHER CUP DOWN THE DRAIN.
Once that shits down. We add the vinegar.
Ok now pour that vinegar down your drain:
AND PLUG YOUR DRAIN AS FAST AS YOU CAN. Let it fizz until it stops fizzing.
Now add the other two cups of boiling water!
NOW LETS TEST IF IT DRAINS.
HAIL SATAN THE DRAIN GOD.
I was sitting on the computer last night trying to be productive and actually write something. My first sentence included the character listening to a voice through an intercom and my first thought was, “What kind of voice is it?”
So, naturally, I found myself googling the different ways to describe a voice. I present to you my findings! I hope you all find it useful.
- adenoidal (adj): if someone’s voice is adenoidal, some of the sound seems to come through their nose
- appealing (adj): an appealing look/voice shows that you want help, approval, or agreement
- breathy (adj): with loud breathing noises
- brittle (adj): if you speak in a brittle voice, you sound as if you are about to cry
- croaky (adj): if someone’s voice sounds croaky, they speak in a low, rough voice that sounds as if they have a sore throat
- dead (adj): if someone’s eyes or voice are dead, they feel or show no emotion
- disembodied (adj): a disembodied voice comes from someone who you cannot see
- flat (adj): spoken in a voice that does not go up and down; this word is often used for describing the speech of people from a particular region
Are you still stuck for ideas for National Novel Writing Month? Or are you working on a novel at a more leisurely pace? Here are 102 resources on Character, Point of View, Dialogue, Plot, Conflict, Structure, Outlining, Setting, and World Building, plus some links to generate Ideas and Inspiration.
CHARACTER, POINT OF VIEW, DIALOGUE
Advantages, Disadvantages and Skills (character traits)
Family Echo (family tree website)
PLOT, CONFLICT, STRUCTURE, OUTLINE
SETTING, WORLD BUILDING
TOOLS and SOFTWARE
My Writing Nook (online text editor; free)
Bubbl.us (online mind map application; free)
Freemind (mind map application; free; Windows, Mac, Linux, portable)
XMind (mind map application; free; Windows, Mac, Linux, portable)
Liquid Story Binder (novel organization and writing software; free trial, $45.95; Windows, portable)
Scrivener (novel organization and writing software; free trial, $39.95; Mac)
SuperNotecard (novel organization and writing software; free trial, $29; Windows, Mac, Linux, portable)
yWriter (novel organization and writing software; free; Windows, Linux, portable)
JDarkRoom (minimalist text editor; free; Windows, Mac, Linux, portable)
AutoRealm (map creation software; free; Windows, Linux with Wine)
Fifty Ways to Tie a Scarf from Scarves Dot Net here (look at high res version). It says forty but they are adding new ways to tie scarves every day and if you click on a scarf there are detailed instructions and sometimes even a video to show you how to tie it. This site also has fabric care for scarves, and how to tie the following scarves and more (and numerous sub categories):
- circle scarves
- head scarves
- rectangle long scarves
- skinny scarves
- square scarves
- wrap scarves and tons more - you get the picture: everything you ever wanted to know about scarves.
this is important to my life
Face Tutorial by Phobs
Phobs says this is outdated but personally it’s one of my favorite tutorials. » It’s pretty much the reason I developed a style.
It’s… yeah. It’s everything I wish I could achieve in a face.
This duck is a fucking genius
Women understand women and they hate each other.