is this what circumcision without anesthesia feels like
oh god now it’s on tumblr
It’s one thing to do this to books that are destroyed, it is another thing to do it to books that LOOK BRAND FUCKING NEW OH MY GOD WHY.
this is illegal, right?
WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU DOING. THIS IS NOT OKAY.
It’s better than having them thrown away.
That’s series of unfortunate events, there’s NOTHING vintage about that shit wtf GET OUT OF HERE.
uh what it’s better than having them thrown away: NO IT ISN’T GIVE IT TO SOMEONE WHO CANNOT AFFORD BOOKS AND LIKES READING. DON’T RUIN THE BOOK!
A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS. YOU JUST MURDERED A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS. OK LAUREN CONRAD, JUST BECAUSE BOOKS ARE A LITTLE TOO COMPLICATED FOR YOU, DOESN’T MEAN YOU CAN GO AROUND MURDERING THEM
what the fuck.
Or you could just stick the books in the bookshelf and totes stop trying to fool people into thinking that you like reading.
All the people freaking out about this are pretty hilarious to me because, working at the library, I see that libraries in the US probably throw out, I’d guess, around a million books a day. We try to sell them at a booksale for $1 each, then $0.50 each, then an entire box for a dollar… after doing that for several years, the books gotta go to the recycling plant. It’s really silly (or at least naive) to think every book should have to stay a book forever.
I mean, she didn’t even try to kill my birds with explosive birdseed. She did far more gross than that!
We created these chipboard invitation wheels to give guests a creative way to get all their information in an heirloom keepsake format. They are made from two circles of untreated, recycled chipboard diecut and letterpressed to look like an old planting wheel with redwood rings on it.