My Favorite Nail Designs

 This is just a fun and funky nail design that obviously took HOURS of work. I wish I had the patience to get this done.

 This is just really cool and brings back good memories of spring. Just awesome. Though the face she’s making is a bit scary.

 I really love all old 8-bit games and all the remakes. This one just puts a smile on my face. 🙂

 This one’s just funny as hell. And the tongue is sorta gross…

 Cute and simple and happy.

This one is just a cute, very chic twist on the french tips. I absolutly love them!

 Very pretty almost-oriental-looking floral design. Great fall colors.

 So, think I’m really loving this mod design. It could go with anything bright and funky. It’s just really geometric and cool.

 This is the sexiest one out there!

 Like the spring flower design, this is another amazing and very impractical design. An ‘under-the-sea’ theme.

 And one for the upcoming holidays! 🙂



Quartz, Parchment, Sheers- the most admirable game

You know you’ve always wondered how to win THE game. All the time. You’ve often pondered tricks, techniques, from attempting to read faces to calling the cosmos to help you. Well worry no more, I now present THE way to winning the game of games.

How to win Rock-paper-scissors every time (infographic)

Really Cool Doohicky

So, while on StumbleUpon the other day, I happened to find a pretty awesome thing on the internet. It is a graphic design-type project free to the public.If you go to you will find a variety of drawing options. From sketchy, shaded, chrome, fur, long fur, web, squares, ribbon, circles and grid options. You can also change the background color and ink color. It’s really fun to mess around with. My favorites are web and squares. Just have fun and make some cool words/ pictures.

Also, a while back I went to a Paul Simon concert for his So Beautiful So What tour. I bought the shirt for this particular tour and recognized the fur option when his name was written.

 Cool right?

Amazing Glow In The Dark Mountain Dew

There is this amazing video that I found on the internet where these guys take a bottle of mountain dew, pour out about 3/4 of the contents, add a little bit of baking soda and 3 caps of hydrogen peroxide.

I tried it out and it didn’t work. We had brand-new peroxide and new baking soda. We tried adding more, less, we ended up trying out the extra that we poured out. Nothing worked and I was really bummed.

However, I heard that the guy added the liquid and glass tube of a glow-stick before they started the video. When he shook the whole contents together, it broke the tube and causing the reaction of a glow stick.

So think about it. Even if the Mountain Dew couldn’t react on its own, wouldn’t it be cool to break the glow stick in do it anyways? You could trick family, paint your sidewalk, paint your nails, something cool…

I’m gonna try it and see how it goes. You should too!