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Dollar Store: assoc Heliu Due to the increase in temperature, we will NO LONGER be accepting money $2 carried in your bra. Thanks, P cy le Management ACELL RE Check Adcptance Policy Política de Aceptación de Cheques LE A valid Photo ID is required: valid photo ID is a driver's license, Military ID, or State issued ID. Se requiere un documento de identidad con fotografía valido; documentos de identidad con fotografia válidos son la licencia de EAR r, la tarjeta de identificación militar o una tarjeta emitida conduci Your name and address must be printed on your check por el estado. Su nombre y dirección deben estar impresos en el cheque. El cheque debe girarse hasta por la cantidad de la compra Your check may be written for up to the purchase amount Cuando proporciona un cheque como forma de pago, usted autoriza a cheque para realizar una transferencia Sta When you provide a check as payment, you authorize Certegy to use information from your check to make a one-time electronic funds transfer (EFT) from your account, process the payment as a check transaction, or use a bank draft. If your payment is returned unpaid, you authorize Certegy to collect a Service Charge, via a one-time EFT or using a bank draft drawn on your account. The Service Charge charged will be the maximum allowed by law Certegy a usar la información de eav electrónica de fondos (EFT, por sus siglas en Inglés) por única vez su cuenta, procesar el pago como una transacción de cheque, pago debido a fondos desd bien, usar un giro bancario. Si se devuelve a insuficientes o no cobrados, usted autoriza a Certegy a cobrar un cargo por servicios a través de una EFT por única vez o mediante un giro bancario extraido por su cuenta. El cargo por servicios será el máximo permitido por la ley WE WELCOME YOUR CHECK DOLLAR GENERAL We Sign at my local dollar store
Dollar Store: assoc
 Heliu
 Due to the increase
 in temperature,
 we will
 NO LONGER
 be accepting money
 $2
 carried in your bra.
 Thanks,
 P cy le
 Management
 ACELL
 RE
 Check Adcptance Policy
 Política de Aceptación de Cheques
 LE
 A valid Photo ID is required: valid photo ID is a driver's
 license, Military ID, or State issued ID.
 Se requiere un documento de identidad con fotografía valido;
 documentos de identidad con fotografia válidos son la licencia de
 EAR
 r, la tarjeta de identificación militar o una tarjeta emitida
 conduci
 Your name and address must be printed on your check
 por el estado.
 Su nombre y dirección deben estar impresos en el cheque.
 El cheque debe girarse hasta por la cantidad de la compra
 Your check may be written for up to the purchase amount
 Cuando proporciona un cheque como forma de pago, usted autoriza a
 cheque para realizar una transferencia
 Sta
 When you provide a check as payment, you authorize Certegy
 to use information from your check to make a one-time
 electronic funds transfer (EFT) from your account, process the
 payment as a check transaction, or use a bank draft. If your
 payment is returned unpaid, you authorize Certegy to collect a
 Service Charge, via a one-time EFT or using a bank draft drawn
 on your account. The Service Charge charged will be the
 maximum allowed by law
 Certegy a usar la información de
 eav
 electrónica de fondos (EFT, por sus siglas en Inglés) por única vez
 su cuenta, procesar el pago como una transacción de cheque,
 pago debido a fondos
 desd
 bien, usar un giro bancario. Si se devuelve a
 insuficientes o no cobrados, usted autoriza a Certegy a cobrar un cargo
 por servicios a través de una EFT por única vez o mediante un giro
 bancario extraido por su cuenta. El cargo por servicios será el máximo
 permitido por la ley
 WE WELCOME
 YOUR CHECK
 DOLLAR GENERAL
 We
Sign at my local dollar store

Sign at my local dollar store

Dollar Store: Don't forget Clothes Laptop Keys Toothbrush Wallet or purse Check the safe Passport Check the bedside table Mobile phone Kids Steal the toiletries Chargers alexanderreid: jumpingjacktrash: commie-ringo: lazulisong: constablewrites: scifinut: youbestnotmiss: youcantseebutimmakingaface: trilliath: halduron-brightwang: slightlynaive: diary-of-a-chinese-kid: This hotel reminds you to steal the toiletries! I work in hotels/resorts, and honestly, take the little shampoos and soaps! We throw them away when you leave (we don’t know if you’ve opened them and messed with them or whatever, so for health and safety it all goes in the trash)If you stay at the fancier places or chains, they’ve actually done some bit of thought into the scents for the toiletries, in that if you use them while at home you’ll remember the time you stayed at the hotel and be more likely to return.Just don’t take the towels or the robes or any of that shit, it’s expensive. This is true, all soaps, shampoos, and the like are tossed after a guest checks out of the hotel even if it’s clearly unopened because it is considered a health hazard violation in most places if they’re left there. If someone were to somehow get sick from it, a hotel can be shut down. Just take the toiletries, they’re ordered in bulk as is and only cost the hotel a few dollars to order them by the hundreds And even if you don’t use them, you can donate them to your local homeless shelter or other similar charity and give someone something they could use that would otherwise go to waste. PLEASE TAKE THE SOAPS. PLEASE DONATE THE SOAPS. It’s one of the biggest requests shelters/supply banks get. You want to make their fucking day? Show up with socks, undies, diapers, and toiletries. And here I am not taking them to avoid being wasteful. And here I was not wanting to steal things from the hotels. The more you know. Reblogging again because I didn’t even think about donating them to charity. I figured they were too small to be useful, but they would be perfect for shelters and the like. while we’re on the subject! if u are donating things to a shelter that supports women, especially trans women, please also consider going to the dollar store and buying a couple packs of razors! For trans women who are unable to get HRT, being able to shave helps a lot. Also if u can afford it, get a couple packs of the fancy tampons and pads!!!! What about the packets of coffee and hot chocolate that some hotels have in the rooms? Are those to take or do we leave them? i’ve known this for decades, since i did something odd back in the 90′s: i asked. so when i stay in hotels i take any still-full toiletries from my room with me, because they’re very handy for road trips and camping. you can’t take a full size bottle of shampoo camping, after all, that’s ridiculous. mostly you can just rinse the sweat off in the campsite shower and not worry about being a little funky – hell, i used to not even bother cuz i hated the slimy concrete floors and i’d just swim in the lake or whatever – but when you get weird sap in your eyebrow or congealed bacon grease in your leg hair holy crap do you appreciate those tiny soaps and shampoo bottles. As a Front Desk Rep.- Yes! Take the coffee. Same deal. We don’t know if you’ve messed with them and they get thrown out too. Also, they’re there for you??? Like. It’s not theft. Have it.
Dollar Store: Don't forget
 Clothes
 Laptop
 Keys
 Toothbrush
 Wallet or purse
 Check the safe
 Passport
 Check the bedside table
 Mobile phone
 Kids
 Steal the toiletries
 Chargers
alexanderreid:
jumpingjacktrash:


commie-ringo:

lazulisong:

constablewrites:

scifinut:

youbestnotmiss:

youcantseebutimmakingaface:

trilliath:

halduron-brightwang:

slightlynaive:

diary-of-a-chinese-kid:
This hotel reminds you to steal the toiletries!
I work in hotels/resorts, and honestly, take the little shampoos and soaps! We throw them away when you leave (we don’t know if you’ve opened them and messed with them or whatever, so for health and safety it all goes in the trash)If you stay at the fancier places or chains, they’ve actually done some bit of thought into the scents for the toiletries, in that if you use them while at home you’ll remember the time you stayed at the hotel and be more likely to return.Just don’t take the towels or the robes or any of that shit, it’s expensive.

This is true, all soaps, shampoos, and the like are tossed after a guest checks out of the hotel even if it’s clearly unopened because it is considered a health hazard violation in most places if they’re left there. If someone were to somehow get sick from it, a hotel can be shut down. Just take the toiletries, they’re ordered in bulk as is and only cost the hotel a few dollars to order them by the hundreds

And even if you don’t use them, you can donate them to your local homeless shelter or other similar charity and give someone something they could use that would otherwise go to waste.

PLEASE TAKE THE SOAPS. PLEASE DONATE THE SOAPS. It’s one of the biggest requests shelters/supply banks get. You want to make their fucking day? Show up with socks, undies, diapers, and toiletries.


And here I am not taking them to avoid being wasteful.

And here I was not wanting to steal things from the hotels. The more you know.

Reblogging again because I didn’t even think about donating them to charity. I figured they were too small to be useful, but they would be perfect for shelters and the like.

while we’re on the subject! if u are donating things to a shelter that supports women, especially trans women, please also consider going to the dollar store and buying a couple packs of razors! For trans women who are unable to get HRT, being able to shave helps a lot. Also if u can afford it, get a couple packs of the fancy tampons and pads!!!! 


What about the packets of coffee and hot chocolate that some hotels have in the rooms? Are those to take or do we leave them?

i’ve known this for decades, since i did something odd back in the 90′s: i asked. so when i stay in hotels i take any still-full toiletries from my room with me, because they’re very handy for road trips and camping. 
you can’t take a full size bottle of shampoo camping, after all, that’s ridiculous. mostly you can just rinse the sweat off in the campsite shower and not worry about being a little funky – hell, i used to not even bother cuz i hated the slimy concrete floors and i’d just swim in the lake or whatever – but when you get weird sap in your eyebrow or congealed bacon grease in your leg hair holy crap do you appreciate those tiny soaps and shampoo bottles.


As a Front Desk Rep.- Yes! Take the coffee. Same deal. We don’t know if you’ve messed with them and they get thrown out too. Also, they’re there for you??? Like. It’s not theft. Have it.

alexanderreid: jumpingjacktrash: commie-ringo: lazulisong: constablewrites: scifinut: youbestnotmiss: youcantseebutimmakingaface:...

Dollar Store: dramarising Dear artists.. No, Fm not going to link back to your page. I edited out your ugly signature too I paid for the art. It is mine. Don't worry, this does not mean I take credit for drawing it. When people ask if I drew it, I say "Nope." When people ask who did, I say, "Sorry, I don't remember. Just because I bought your art does not mean our profiles have to be linked forever. It's the same if I buy an apple from the grocer. I don't have to keep the sticker on it or tell people where it came from. I'm not a walking advertisement for your shop. If you want credit so badly,then I should get a cut of your tuture profmts for my part in the advertising I know I'm probably going to get the wrath of whiny, entitled artists for this, but I don't care. I won't be making a shrine around their art dedicated to them. I paid for a service, and now we should go our our separate ways! littleliongod: hkluterman: toyourliking: I saw this post on my dash (with commentary, dw) and there was one thing that I didn’t see addressed in the comment chain that I really feel needs to be Once an artist creates a work, they own the copyright None of this “I paid for the art. It is mine.” bullshit, unless the artist actually sells you the copyright (something which has to be stated and never assumed, and something you would have to pay extra for) you can not claim ownership over the piece, even if you paid for it. And yes, this means you can not alter the work in any way, you can not use it for banners/advertisements/etc., you can not print it, you can not sell copies unless agreed upon with the artist and artists are also protected under moral rights meaning that the artist has the right of attribution (the right to be identified and named as the creator of their work), the right against false attribution, and the right of integrity. (Source) so fuck off with your “I paid for the art. It is mine.” crap, it doesn’t stick legally Reblogging for important information. Artists, you have legal rights to your work by default. Don’t let your clients bully you. Buying art is not buying the rights to the art. You CAN sell the rights to art, but I’m sorry to say,op,  it involves a signed agreement from the artist to waive all rights. It also adds another zero to your price tag. As much as op wants to think commissioning art is like buying a bowl at the dollar store and prying the ugly flower off the side, the world isn’t quite that fluffy in your favor.
Dollar Store: dramarising
 Dear artists..
 No, Fm not going to link back to your page. I edited out your ugly signature too
 I paid for the art. It is mine.
 Don't worry, this does not mean I take credit for drawing it. When people ask if
 I drew it, I say "Nope." When people ask who did, I say, "Sorry, I don't
 remember.
 Just because I bought your art does not mean our profiles have to be linked
 forever. It's the same if I buy an apple from the grocer. I don't have to keep the
 sticker on it or tell people where it came from. I'm not a walking advertisement
 for your shop.
 If you want credit so badly,then I should get a cut of your tuture profmts for my
 part in the advertising
 I know I'm probably going to get the wrath of whiny, entitled artists for this, but I
 don't care. I won't be making a shrine around their art dedicated to them. I paid
 for a service, and now we should go our our separate ways!
littleliongod:
hkluterman:

toyourliking:

I saw this post on my dash (with commentary, dw) and there was one thing that I didn’t see addressed in the comment chain that I really feel needs to be
Once an artist creates a work, they own the copyright
None of this “I paid for the art. It is mine.” bullshit, unless the artist actually sells you the copyright (something which has to be stated and never assumed, and something you would have to pay extra for) you can not claim ownership over the piece, even if you paid for it.
And yes, this means you can not alter the work in any way, you can not use it for banners/advertisements/etc., you can not print it, you can not sell copies unless agreed upon with the artist
and artists are also protected under moral rights
meaning that the artist has the right of attribution (the right to be identified and named as the creator of
their work), the right against false attribution, and the right of integrity. (Source)
so fuck off with your “I paid for the art. It is mine.” crap, it doesn’t stick legally

Reblogging for important information. Artists, you have legal rights to your work by default. Don’t let your clients bully you.

Buying art is not buying the rights to the art. You CAN sell the rights to art, but I’m sorry to say,op,  it involves a signed agreement from the artist to waive all rights. It also adds another zero to your price tag.
As much as op wants to think commissioning art is like buying a bowl at the dollar store and prying the ugly flower off the side, the world isn’t quite that fluffy in your favor.

littleliongod: hkluterman: toyourliking: I saw this post on my dash (with commentary, dw) and there was one thing that I didn’t see add...