bits & pieces: july 21, 2010

Posted: July 21st, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: bits & pieces | Tags: | 2 Comments »

Another Wednesday, another need for a little mid-week refresher! Don’t worry, the weekend is only two days away, and those two days happen to be the best of the work week. Plus, it’s summer, which makes everything alllll better. Happy browsing!


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iPhone 4 FaceTime ads…. sooo precious, you might cry.

Bad diet advice from the movies

I really, really want this quilt, and I don’t think it’s coincidence that one of my BFFs names is Francesca!

Mixed thoughts on F21′s new maternity line. What do you think?

Cat butt magnets. Gross but funny. I might regret posting this.

iPhone eyeshadow palette

How not to: give advice about scoring design jobs

Mirrored architectural doors. Simply beauteous.

“I hate cilantro” haikus. Hahaha….

“Spice of the devil
Cilantro contaminates
A perfect salsa”

“Lord, please tell me why
There is soap in my salad.
Oh, it’s cilantro.”

Holy cow, I am obsessed with these handmade bow ties.


Now this is a wedding to remember. That poor couple!

Double rainbow public art display. Haha.

“We are not a lemonade stand!!”Comic Sans – always good for a laugh

Get your RSS-clicking finger ready….Hipster Puppies.

What a cute shop interior!

A yellow submarine tea infuser. So perfect and adorable it makes you wonder why you didn’t think of it.

ICE POPS!! The epitome of summer. And fun.

A trailer turned studio space. I told my Mom she needs to do this with her soap kitchen!

Really cool book art. I love anything having to do with books!


JGL as the Riddler? I’d be down with that. He kinda resembles Heath a little lot, no?


A baby preacher:


This was strangely captivating (p.s. BLADELESS FANS?!):



2 Comments on “bits & pieces: july 21, 2010”

  1. 1 emma mccann said at 3:16 am on July 22nd, 2010:

    I stir our sons ice cream poop!!

  2. 2 Becky said at 6:19 am on July 22nd, 2010:

    On the F21 maternity line- I understand why some parents are all worked up about it, but I think it’s both a smart idea for the company (to expand their target market) and something pregnant women will really appreciate… cute, trendy, affordable clothes. I highly doubt that teen girls are going to rush out and get knocked up just to wear some cute maternity clothes, especially when F21 already has an overwhelming amount of styles already in place for the young girls.

    As long as they use older models to promote the line I think the parents should be able to relax.


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