Yes, because that's how it works in reality.
The struggle is real
Does he like any of the expensive treats I bought for him? No he does not. Does he love the strawberry that I grabbed for myself? To the point where he gets cranky when I try to have some myself, yes!
Yeah because that's helping things.
When the younger generation doesn’t understand yet. [comics]
Took my girlfriend hiking for the first time last weekend. 30 seconds after I took this picture it rained on us the entire way down the mountain but she said she still loved every moment of the hike. [Mt. St. Piran, Lake Louise, Banff National Park, AB, CAN]
Beech and Ash container thing for my fiance with an 'S' for her first name
This is Clarence. He wants everyone to know how he is now brave enough to cross the bridge over the pond in our yard.
If your truck is ‘Agile’ then why couldn’t you get it to fit in the space properly?
If you're going to lie at least put in the effort to make it somewhat believable.
Someone didn’t think this through.
Turned a fun little wine glass the other day with a ridiculously spalted piece of maple.
Because if you’re 5’2” you’ve obviously never been called short.
If girls often do this to you, maybe you should take it as a hint to back off
My local grocery store put this at the entrance.
Tried something new today with some scrap padauk. I enjoy the result but there is a lot I would still change for next time.
Apparently women should be lifting weights and if they do it means they're transgender.
Took some time this past week to make myself a steady rest. There’s almost nothing attractive about it but it works like a dream so I’m happy!
I had a little fun with a piece of figured maple. There was a rotten piece in the edge when I finished but I decided to chisel it out and let the wood do its thing.
Is it cheating to use posts from r/incels?
Countries that wear a wedding ring primarily on the 4th finger of their right or left hand. [1964x967]
My friend found this pen in their backpack
A ring bowl made from spalted maple and a centre piece of inset antler. I’m in love with the contrast between the two halves.
A pretty awesome t-shirt I saw today
Made a pepper mill (spalted maple) and salt shaker (apple - my new favourite wood to turn)
Tried my first live edge dish yesterday. It isn’t perfect but I love the colours in the centre.
PSA: This is what happens when you neglect reconditioning your projects with butcher block often enough yet continue to use them. It was just sitting next to me when I heard it start to crack on it’s own.
My grandma knows I love Star Wars so she made me this quilt for my convocation, I figured you would all enjoy it as well!
A wine glass I turned the other day from spalted maple. This may be my favourite piece of wood to look at.
PSA: This is what happens when you neglect reconditioning your projects with butcher block often enough when using them. It was just sitting next to me when I heard it start to crack on it’s own.
Finished my first pepper mill out of Siberian Elm today. I made some mistakes and learned a lot but am super excited about it either way and can't wait to make some more!
My first encounter
I don’t do a lot of spindle work so I experimented with a piece of scrap. Somewhere along the way I decided it would be a candlestick.
This dish I posted a while ago apparently shifted quite a bit. Any suggestions for how to avoid this when mixing woods? It was already dry and glued together for a month before I turned it.
I've been wanting these tattoos for a while, I'm so excited to finally have them! [Fun]
Experimented with a banksia pod but wound up with all of these cracks, any idea how to avoid this is welcome!
I recently bought a model of Poe Dameron’s modified X-wing from the last Jedi and noticed that on of the bottom wings is quite bent. Does anyone have advice for how I can easily fix this or would it just be best to simply send it back?
My university had to patch the stairway with cement in this very old building. The floor had been worn away from almost a century of use.
I'm in charge of building the bar for my sisters wedding and she sent me this for a reference of the style she wants. Would anyone know a good aging/distressing technique to finish the wood and make it look like this?
A nice picture I took while hiking this past summer at Baker Creek, Banff, Canada. [OC] [750x1334]
Got a new tool today and figured I would share it with you all: my very first spokeshave!
I'm in charge of building the bar for my sisters wedding and she sent me this as a reference for the style she would like. Would anyone know a good technique for aging/distressing the wood to get this look?
How would one go about getting a finish to look rustic like this?
I agree that this media script is messed up but don’t use that to boost your ego.
My dad (left) and Grandpa (right) with a couple of my dad's fellow grad students in 1985.