#fabric memes

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Wilkine Brutus
@wilkinebrutus
Anthony Bourdain on humanity:
"Meals make the society, hold the fabric together in lots of ways that were charming and interesting and intoxicating to me. The perfect meal, or the best meals, occur in a context that frequently has very little to do with the food itself." RIP
Wilkine Brutus @wilkinebrutus Anthony Bourdain on humanity: "Meals make the society, hold the fabric together in lots of ways that were charming and interesting and intoxicating to me. The perfect meal, or the best meals, occur in a context that frequently has very little to do with the food itself." RIP
post.craig
Montis dining chair - scratched to hell
image 1 of 3
Free!
Montis dining chair in Raf Simons fabric
My asshole cat has totally destroyed the fabric.
This chair was $2600 from Inform.
Rather than tossing it, I figured someone could recover it.
Please text if interested
post.craig Montis dining chair - scratched to hell image 1 of 3 Free! Montis dining chair in Raf Simons fabric My asshole cat has totally destroyed the fabric. This chair was $2600 from Inform. Rather than tossing it, I figured someone could recover it. Please text if interested
SQ Chris Lan
@ChrisLangWriter
My son has just asked me a question which is so unanswerable, that I fear it may rip a hole in the very fabric of the space time continuum.
Why is there no mouse flavoured cat food?
SQ Chris Lan @ChrisLangWriter My son has just asked me a question which is so unanswerable, that I fear it may rip a hole in the very fabric of the space time continuum. Why is there no mouse flavoured cat food?
wuat \LETS FIND OUT NOW TELL ME,
BE IMAGINE THAT WHAT IS YOUR
LAST. THOUGHT.
MY LAST I MY BLANKET
DEATH USES THE BEST SMELLING
FABRIC SOFTENER
wuat \LETS FIND OUT NOW TELL ME, BE IMAGINE THAT WHAT IS YOUR LAST. THOUGHT. MY LAST I MY BLANKET DEATH USES THE BEST SMELLING FABRIC SOFTENER
In 1939, in Kansas, Wheat mills owners realized that women were using their sacks to make clothes for their children, the mills started using flowered fabric for
their sacks so the kids would have pretty clothes, and the label would
wash out, a gesture of pure kindness.
In 1939, in Kansas, Wheat mills owners realized that women were using their sacks to make clothes for their children, the mills started using flowered fabric for their sacks so the kids would have pretty clothes, and the label would wash out, a gesture of pure kindness.
Me adding extra fabric to my pants for when
quarantine lifts
@the nizzacat
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Me adding extra fabric to my pants for when quarantine lifts @the nizzacat