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teenamarieee:

gratefully-dabbed:

nunnarynip-the-snippyvixen:

little-hylian-witch:

wolfcrux:

white-wid0w:

sounds like that would fuck you right up

Jesus hahahah that’s either a wonderful or a horrible idea

Considering what cannabis can do, and what absinthe is made of, yeah this will send you trippin through space balls.

Sounds like the best idea ever


Yeeeep!

You have no idea.

For pretty much the whole summer in 2011 I was about this pretty much every night in Spain… Now I can’t smell the shit without gagging.

teenamarieee:

gratefully-dabbed:

nunnarynip-the-snippyvixen:

little-hylian-witch:

wolfcrux:

white-wid0w:

sounds like that would fuck you right up

Jesus hahahah that’s either a wonderful or a horrible idea

Considering what cannabis can do, and what absinthe is made of, yeah this will send you trippin through space balls.

Sounds like the best idea ever

Yeeeep!

You have no idea.

For pretty much the whole summer in 2011 I was about this pretty much every night in Spain… Now I can’t smell the shit without gagging.

(Source: the-endless-cycle-of-bullshit)

— 1 day ago with 20404 notes
thewhitecanvasofmymind:

What I have waiting for me when I get back home😭🙌🇺🇸

We OUT HERE!

thewhitecanvasofmymind:

What I have waiting for me when I get back home😭🙌🇺🇸

We OUT HERE!

— 3 days ago with 2 notes
unconsumption:

Here’s one of the more interesting quasi-unconsumption branding tactics I’ve encountered: Levi’s CEO Chip Bergh has been talking up the benefits of not washing your jeans: 

In a post on LinkedIn called “The Dirty Jeans Manifesto,” Bergh explains both the environmental and durability benefits of never washing your jeans.
"We learned that an average pair of jeans consumes roughly 3,500 liters of water – and that is after only two years of use, washing the jeans once a week," Bergh writes. "Nearly half of the total water consumption, or 1,600 liters, is the consumer throwing the jeans in the washing machine. That’s equivalent to 6,700 glasses of drinking water!"
He adds that not washing them also helps them to last longer.

More here (including what to do about stains, and the benefits of freezing jeans as a cleaning alternative): Levi’s CEO Explains Why Not To Wash Your Jeans | HUH.

unconsumption:

Here’s one of the more interesting quasi-unconsumption branding tactics I’ve encountered: Levi’s CEO Chip Bergh has been talking up the benefits of not washing your jeans:

In a post on LinkedIn called “The Dirty Jeans Manifesto,” Bergh explains both the environmental and durability benefits of never washing your jeans.

"We learned that an average pair of jeans consumes roughly 3,500 liters of water – and that is after only two years of use, washing the jeans once a week," Bergh writes. "Nearly half of the total water consumption, or 1,600 liters, is the consumer throwing the jeans in the washing machine. That’s equivalent to 6,700 glasses of drinking water!"

He adds that not washing them also helps them to last longer.

More here (including what to do about stains, and the benefits of freezing jeans as a cleaning alternative): Levi’s CEO Explains Why Not To Wash Your Jeans | HUH.

— 1 week ago with 143 notes