Chicago’s newest attraction - a 1000ft-high viewing platform that offers spectacular downward facing views over the city. TILT is housed in 360 CHICAGO on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Tower and, as the name suggests, the enclosed glass and steel platform tilts visitors forward for a unique perspective of the city’s The Magnificent Mile. (Source)
I’m so scared by this
OKAY so I am writing a paper analyzing a medieval poem about a rooster called ‘I have a Gentle Cock’ and I am fitting AS MANY DICK JOKES AS POSSIBLE into it
this is the best thing I have ever done
'despite the suspicious aroused by the title…'
'the repetition of the first line thrusts the subject of the poem into…'
'GLORIFYING THE COCK: innuendo and sexual pride'
i am very hard
at work on this
(help too many dick jokes I can’t stop)
This ones for sixpenceee
My dad passed away in October of 2011. And I was a total daddies girl. Not even five months later I found out I was pregnant with my son. My now ex whom I had been with for over 5 1/2 years decided he wanted nothing to do with us, so he left. So not only did my dad pass away, a long term relationship died. And I couldn’t even mourn, because I was pregnant, and I was terrified about a miscarriage due to stress. So I numbed myself.
ANYWAY, so I was roughly 5-6 months pregnant and I had my steel toe boots on to bring out the garbage (they’re my comfy old work boots) and I was going down the flight of steep steps at my old apartment. The lip of my boot caught the step and I started falling forward. I should have fallen forward, landed on my stomach, possibly killed the baby, and break my neck and die because of how steep these stairs were. But just as I saw the steps coming I felt a hand grab my left shoulder and yank me back so hard I ended up having bruises, and instead of falling forward, my left wrist bared all the weight and I slid down the steps on my back. I bruised the bone on my wrist, shoulder and tailbone but that’s it.
To this day I swear it was my dad that pulled me back.
Another fun fact, my son looks IDENTICAL to my dad. He was born 2 months and 1 day after the 1 year anniversary of my dads death.
Attached is pictures of me and my almost 2 year old son Trystan :)
You & your son are adorable :)