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Fred Sathal Haute Couture Fall 2014

You guys requested information about what makeup I used for this look, so I put it up on my blog at sebastiansimon.blogspot.com for you. Would you guys want me to film a tutorial for this as well? 💪

Finally moving out!!!! Found a cute house with cute people :*
Future room-mate has agreed to train me at the gym if I take him shopping with my discount
Get to keep my job, getting a transfer to another store yayayy
Going to immerse myself in he world of Photography!

Not that anyone cares but, w/e.

  • 2010 tumblr: don't be racist or homophobic or sexist. Be kind and accepting
  • 2014 tumblr: I'm more oppressed than you. Don't listen to white rappers. Sushi is cultural appropriation. Kill straight people.

[week 43] Quiet. on Flickr.

Photographed by Steven Chee for Vogue Australia August 2014

Kyle the tortoise is so sad that his brother jack is missing that he won’t nom a thing. Oh Kyle, hang in there. They’ll find Jack soon! I know where ever he is he wants you to have some extra snacks on his behalf.  <3 
(Source: Essexcountystandard.co.uk)
A HEARTBROKEN tortoise has gone on hunger strike…after his brother went missing.
Two-year-old Kyle has not eaten in more than a week as he pines for Jack, three, who went missing from the family home in Tavistock Road, Springfield, a week ago.
The reptilian duo were separated after Jack decided to go walkabout.
Worried owner Mandy Micra-Marciano can’t find him anywhere. She is hoping someone has come across the Horsfield tortoise and is caring for him.
Mandy said: “I am really desperate for his return, he is only a baby and cannot survive without water for too long. He has been missing for more than a week now.
“My other tortoise, his brother, has refused to eat since Jack has disappeared, which is so sad. He’s pining for him. They cuddle up to each other at night and Kyle’s just lost without him.”
Jack has a small, faded pink nail-varnish patch on his shell and a distinctive wonky jaw, which sits to one side and juts forward.
He is hand-sized and will hiss when picked up, but Mandy says he is harmless.
If you have come across Jack, please get call the newsdesk on 01375 411503 and we will put you in touch with Mandy, so as we can reunite the tortoises.