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Have no clue what you’re doing for New Year’s yet? Well, maybe now you at least have dinner figured out: With this precooked 26-dish osechi set for ¥14,580 (about $136, delivery included), you can stuff yourself on crab legs, daikon, and chestnut paste, and still have plenty of leftovers the next day. It’s Kenko Sansai’s healthier version of the traditional year-end feast, but inside a Poké Ball, and with at least 100 percent more manga than usual. 

The very faithfully re-created orb houses two bento-style boxes lined with a vast assortment of goodies, from hamburger patties and star-shaped fruit to mochi, herring eggs, and stewed kumquat. All of them have special, highly significant meaning, too, according to Japanese New Year tradition, which probably means you won’t get a pass on those large black soybeans, either. (via Here’s an Entire Japanese New Year’s Feast That Comes in a Pokemon Ball — Grub Street)

Have no clue what you’re doing for New Year’s yet? Well, maybe now you at least have dinner figured out: With this precooked 26-dish osechi set for ¥14,580 (about $136, delivery included), you can stuff yourself on crab legs, daikon, and chestnut paste, and still have plenty of leftovers the next day. It’s Kenko Sansai’s healthier version of the traditional year-end feast, but inside a Poké Ball, and with at least 100 percent more manga than usual.

The very faithfully re-created orb houses two bento-style boxes lined with a vast assortment of goodies, from hamburger patties and star-shaped fruit to mochi, herring eggs, and stewed kumquat. All of them have special, highly significant meaning, too, according to Japanese New Year tradition, which probably means you won’t get a pass on those large black soybeans, either. (via Here’s an Entire Japanese New Year’s Feast That Comes in a Pokemon Ball — Grub Street)

thelingerieaddict:

tightlacedwaist:

corsetsukwoes:

They’re at it again!
I did some digging, and this print is stolen. The original art was created by Sharon Turner and the print is called The Untempered Schism. Corset Story stole the print and made it into a corset. Good going, Corset Story!

Spread this about, my darlings. They’re making money off of someone else’s back, without them knowing (up until about half an hour ago) and most definitely without their permission

Has anyone notified the artist?

thelingerieaddict:

tightlacedwaist:

corsetsukwoes:

They’re at it again!

I did some digging, and this print is stolen. The original art was created by Sharon Turner and the print is called The Untempered Schism. Corset Story stole the print and made it into a corset. Good going, Corset Story!

Spread this about, my darlings. They’re making money off of someone else’s back, without them knowing (up until about half an hour ago) and most definitely without their permission

Has anyone notified the artist?

Sometimes I eat crazy lobster/sushi by myself.. ok like a lot of times

Sometimes I eat crazy lobster/sushi by myself.. ok like a lot of times

In a move to expand their ever growing portfolio, L’Oreal purchases Carol’s Daughter. Carol’s Daughter is a brand that does not test on animals. Earlier this Carol’s Daughter filed for bankruptcy. “Carol’s Daughter possesses an expertise in the multi-cultural consumer segment, a rapidly expanding market that represents an important growth opportunity in the beauty industry,”said Frederic Roze, President and CEO of L’Oreal USA. “This acquisition will enable L’OrealUSA to build a new dedicated multi-cultural beauty division as part of our Consumer Products business, and strengthen the company’s position in this dynamic market.” (Source, ABC27) 

L’Oreal owns many brands, including Urban Decay, Nyx Cosmetics, Kiehl’s, Garnie, Giorgio Armani Beauty, Redken, and more. It’s been interesting to see them acquire brands such as Urban Decay and Nyx Cosmetics, because they’ve allowed those brands to stay true to their core beliefs. In Urban Decay’s case, UD stayed cruelty free and is still Leaping Bunny and PETA certified. They’ve also created a lot of innovative products. It will be interesting to see what’s in store for Carol’s Daughter with L’Oreal. (via L’Oreal Purchases Carol’s Daughter | Phyrra - Beauty for the Bold)

In a move to expand their ever growing portfolio, L’Oreal purchases Carol’s Daughter. Carol’s Daughter is a brand that does not test on animals. Earlier this Carol’s Daughter filed for bankruptcy. “Carol’s Daughter possesses an expertise in the multi-cultural consumer segment, a rapidly expanding market that represents an important growth opportunity in the beauty industry,”said Frederic Roze, President and CEO of L’Oreal USA. “This acquisition will enable L’OrealUSA to build a new dedicated multi-cultural beauty division as part of our Consumer Products business, and strengthen the company’s position in this dynamic market.” (Source, ABC27)

L’Oreal owns many brands, including Urban Decay, Nyx Cosmetics, Kiehl’s, Garnie, Giorgio Armani Beauty, Redken, and more. It’s been interesting to see them acquire brands such as Urban Decay and Nyx Cosmetics, because they’ve allowed those brands to stay true to their core beliefs. In Urban Decay’s case, UD stayed cruelty free and is still Leaping Bunny and PETA certified. They’ve also created a lot of innovative products. It will be interesting to see what’s in store for Carol’s Daughter with L’Oreal. (via L’Oreal Purchases Carol’s Daughter | Phyrra - Beauty for the Bold)

neptunain:

obamacare BANNED all dog shampoo and now obama is in my home rubbing mud on my dog. he’s rubbing mud on my dog and laughing

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HOLDE MINE HAIR

ye olde partie times

Verily, thou art such a lightweight.

Things ye can’t: even.

Thou only liveth once

#YOLOTH

HOLDE MINE HAIR

ye olde partie times

Verily, thou art such a lightweight.

Things ye can’t: even.

Thou only liveth once

#YOLOTH

(Source: preparetobawl, via carminapiranha)