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I’ve been wanting this book for about a year now after hearing quite a bit about it online. So randomly finding it for a dollar? Be still, my heart. #KafkaOnTheShore #HarukiMurakami

I’ve been wanting this book for about a year now after hearing quite a bit about it online. So randomly finding it for a dollar? Be still, my heart. #KafkaOnTheShore #HarukiMurakami

alihotsydraught said: I had a squish on a guy that’s now a really good friend of mine. Not for anything romantic or sexual, just that he’s an incredibly awesome person and I really enjoy talking to him because he’s hilarious.

Hmm, I just can’t wrap my head around squishes! I don’t think I’ve ever had any feelings for someone that was more than a friendship, but not at least a romantic crush.

Maybe  this one girl who was an artist that I knew for a short while, I think that is the closest thing to a squish I had. But I don’t know if it was just me being admirable and wanting to vicariously be her. Cause I’m a sucker for swooning over female artists and intellectuals without having a romantic or sexual attraction to them. Hmmm…

That’s neat and interesting though! Thanks, alihotsydraught.

healthfitnesshumour:

5 Healthy Grains with More Protein Than Quinoa

Quinoa’s known for its high protein content, and with good reason. The seed (yes, it’s technically a seed—not a grain) contains eight grams of protein per cup. Plus, it’s considered a complete protein, meaning it packs all nine essential amino acids your body needs. But it’s definitely not the only grain stand-in out there that’s loaded with protein. In fact, these five options—spelt, kamut, teff, amaranth, and sorghum—all contain even more protein than quinoa. (Source: Women’s Health)