Side note: These don’t have motors. They’re completely momentum/wind-powered and literally just wander around beaches unsupervised like giant abstract monsters.
these are both amazing and COMPLETELY TERRIFYING
"When you truly love yourself, you are enough. Your happiness and well being become a top priority." -Annette Vaillancourt
That’s right, we’ve reached 3000 followers, hurrah! To celebrate, I’m giving away a copy of Harry Potter agus an Órchloch, the Irish language translation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.
Entering from overseas? Don’t worry, I’ll ship ANYWHERE!
HOW TO ENTER
It’s simple, just reblog this post! Remember, you can reblog all you want, but likes won’t count as entries! You don’t have to be following Irish Things, but it’d be nice if you did! Also, if you check out my personal blog it’d be very much appreciated, as I’ve been running this blog single-handed from day one.
That’s all there is to it!
This giveaway is in no way affiliated with Tumblr Inc., apart from the fact that it is taking place on their website. It is not being run by them.
I will be using a random number generator to select a winner, so sending repeated ‘please let me win!’ messages won’t help your chances!
If you are under 18 and entering, ask the permission of an adult to enter, as you will have to supply me with an address to post the book.
This giveaway closes at 00:00 GMT on the 4th of October, so get going!
I stared at this for a few seconds but once I got it, I chuckled.
Don’t take puns for granite.
These jokes just keep getting boulder.
i don’t know, they’re kind of a lode of schist.
Now, now, there’s no need to get all butte hurt, lets just take a steppe back
Yeah, everyone, be gneiss.
I’m cracking up at this.
Thank you for that earth-shaking contribution.
Don’t mine me, I’m just marbling at the humor.
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It says a lot about the alignments in game of thrones when petyr baelish is fucking neutral.
One of the best alignment grids I’ve seen.
Why don’t we do hard shoe to slip jigs anymore?
Festival dance still does! It’s called the sling.