thinwhitealaddinsane

So the drugstore I was in today had a perfume display. Here are some of the perfumes I came across.

thinwhitealaddinsane:

werewolfchaos:

swiggityswagkarkatsafag:

the—apothecary:

jessicarabbit:

tenr0se:

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Dirt

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Funeral Home

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Weed

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Grass

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Holy Water

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Laundromat

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Leather

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New Zealand 

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Play-Doh 

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Wet Garden

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Tomato

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Suntan Lotion

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Sex on the Beach

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Riding Crop

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Soap

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And Finally, Swimming Pool

"No officer, for the last time, I did not smoke weed. Thats just my new perfume, cannabis flower"

I’ve wanted my whole life to smell like New Zealand

I lost it at Tomado. 

erikisafail

dulldrops:

flowercrownsfor5sos:

trust-me-imadoctor:

cutebabe:

noose:

timeandspacelocked:

theperksofbeing-kate:

sexual-phan:

marinasexual:

can we just appreciate the fact that my best friend, who in the past struggled with an eating disorder, called out my gym teacher bc he says a size 3 for women is “ideal”

(((The average now for women is a size 14)))

DUDE GOD BLESS HER

I can’t tell you how happy this makes me

YOU GO GIRL!!

oh my god yes

fucking YES GIRL UR MY HERO

Reblogged so fast.  ”How dareyou?”

GURL YOU TELL THAT BITCH

hero

misanthrope1993
forthlinroad:


Paul McCartney with daughters Stella and Mary, then and now.
“Being a parent is the greatest ad-lib you’re ever involved in. You make it up as you go along, you have no idea what the script is, you have no idea how these kids are going to turn out but if you’re just with them a bit and listen to them a bit and let them talk to you instead of talking to them all the time, then natural things occur a bit more easily. We don’t give them anything near the amount of credit they should have. They teach you in the end. This beautiful, innocent wisdom tends to erode as we get older, but they bring it back — which is magic.” — Paul McCartney

forthlinroad:

Paul McCartney with daughters Stella and Mary, then and now.

“Being a parent is the greatest ad-lib you’re ever involved in. You make it up as you go along, you have no idea what the script is, you have no idea how these kids are going to turn out but if you’re just with them a bit and listen to them a bit and let them talk to you instead of talking to them all the time, then natural things occur a bit more easily. We don’t give them anything near the amount of credit they should have. They teach you in the end. This beautiful, innocent wisdom tends to erode as we get older, but they bring it back — which is magic.”  Paul McCartney