isolationary:

beasleypercussion:

montparnassty:

lesmisblog:

Just…
Did anybody notice the sign that reads “Beware pickpockets”?
It is like pure gold <3

Fun fact: pickpockets used to put up signs like that in tourist areas, so that tourists would pat places on themselves where their valuables were kept, to check that they were still there. Then the pickpockets would know exactly where to retrieve them from.

I love learning 

Pickpockets still do this at county fairs and carnivals.

isolationary:

beasleypercussion:

montparnassty:

lesmisblog:

Just…

Did anybody notice the sign that reads “Beware pickpockets”?

It is like pure gold <3

Fun fact: pickpockets used to put up signs like that in tourist areas, so that tourists would pat places on themselves where their valuables were kept, to check that they were still there. Then the pickpockets would know exactly where to retrieve them from.

I love learning 

Pickpockets still do this at county fairs and carnivals.

When you’re at the pool lounging on a beach chair and some little kids are running and the lifeguard screams out “no running” do you respond “excuse, not all of us are running”? No, you don’t. The lifeguard didn’t have to specifically state who they were talking to because you’re intelligent enough to comprehend that the comment wasn’t being directed at you.

Found a quote that shuts down that “not all men” argument pretty well. (via mykicks)

coelasquid:

calleo:

baby-bat-museli:


Saytr Hoof Boots by Horseking


And, if you have a spare $683 USD, they can be yours.
If you prefer single hoof, it’s more around $458.

Gotta admit I do for real want satyr boots like this someday just to hang out in public wearing, but you need to be soooo careful who you get them from. Some people brace them with a steel insert so they balance like a normal heelless high heel, but others don’t and you need to consciously walk on our tiptoes when you wear them to prevent falling and breaking your everything. Make sure you get all the details from the seller!
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coelasquid:

calleo:

baby-bat-museli:


Saytr Hoof Boots by Horseking


And, if you have a spare $683 USD, they can be yours.
If you prefer single hoof, it’s more around $458.

Gotta admit I do for real want satyr boots like this someday just to hang out in public wearing, but you need to be soooo careful who you get them from. Some people brace them with a steel insert so they balance like a normal heelless high heel, but others don’t and you need to consciously walk on our tiptoes when you wear them to prevent falling and breaking your everything. Make sure you get all the details from the seller!
Zoom Info
coelasquid:

calleo:

baby-bat-museli:


Saytr Hoof Boots by Horseking


And, if you have a spare $683 USD, they can be yours.
If you prefer single hoof, it’s more around $458.

Gotta admit I do for real want satyr boots like this someday just to hang out in public wearing, but you need to be soooo careful who you get them from. Some people brace them with a steel insert so they balance like a normal heelless high heel, but others don’t and you need to consciously walk on our tiptoes when you wear them to prevent falling and breaking your everything. Make sure you get all the details from the seller!
Zoom Info

coelasquid:

calleo:

baby-bat-museli:

Saytr Hoof Boots by Horseking

And, if you have a spare $683 USD, they can be yours.

If you prefer single hoof, it’s more around $458.

Gotta admit I do for real want satyr boots like this someday just to hang out in public wearing, but you need to be soooo careful who you get them from. Some people brace them with a steel insert so they balance like a normal heelless high heel, but others don’t and you need to consciously walk on our tiptoes when you wear them to prevent falling and breaking your everything. Make sure you get all the details from the seller!