All you need for this workout is a stack of hardcovers and some yarn or rope to tie them together!
Workout #1: The Book Curl
Workout #2: The Book Up
Workout #3: The Brunch (Book Crunch) - Just like brunch this can be done alone or with a friend!
Take what you can. Give nothing back.
how many “friend-zoned” guys does it take to change a light bulb? None they’ll just compliment it and get pissed when it won’t screw.
this is the best joke ever
haha…fuck you - sincerely every friendzoned guy ever
You wish - sincerely the women who are by no means obligated to sleep with you.
Of the Cauldron’s Brew,
Let Utter Darkness give way to light,
And be reborn anew,
Then the Awen will shine,
From the brow of the Eagle of the Sea,
And all will know his name,
From this land to the People of the Sidhe.
Well I’m no expert but I think this assignment will get me a HD.
Although many solely regard her as the goddess of witchcraft, she had many more roles to play in the Greek Mytho…
Hecate (Hekate) is an underworld/chthonic goddess in Greek mythology. She is a threefold Moon Goddess connected with the feminine independence from the masculine. Hecate is an ancient Goddess from an early, pre-Greek period. At first, the Hellenic Greeks found Hecate difficult to fit into their pantheon. Although she was not considered a part of the Olympian company, she had retained dominion over sky, earth and the underworld making her the bestower of wealth and the blessings of life. Zeus himself honored Hecate so greatly that he always conceded to her the ancient power of giving or denying to mortals any desired gift.
Symbols - torches, keys, the dark moon, entrance ways, crossroads, the knife of midwifery, necromancy.
Animals - three-headed animals, dogs, horses, black ewe lambs, owls, bats, snakes, boars
Plants/Foods - willow, yew, belladonna, mugwort, honey, currant cakes
Colors - black, orange, yellow, red
Stones and minerals - gold, moonstone, lack tourmaline, hematite, smoky quartz,any stone that is dark and luminous.
HECATE GODDESS OF WITCHCRAFT,GHOSTS AND MAGIC
Hekate(or Hecate) was the goddess of magic, witchcraft, the night, moon, ghosts and necromancy. She was the only child of the Titanes Perses and Asteria from whom she received her power over heaven, earth, and sea.Hekate assisted Demeter in her search for Persephone, guiding her through the night with flaming torches. After the mother-daughter reunion became she Persephone’s minister and companion in Haides.Two metamorphosis myths describe the origins of her animal familiars: the black she-dog and the polecat (a mustelid house pet kept to hunt vermin). The bitch was originally the Trojan Queen Hekabe, who leapt into the sea after the fall of Troy and was transformed by the goddess into her familiar. The polecat was originally the witch Gale who was transformed into the beast to punish her for her incontinence. Other say it was Galinthias, the nurse of Alkmene, transformed by the angry Eileithyia, but received by Hekate as her animal.Hekate was usually depicted in Greek vase painting as a woman holding twin torches. Sometimes she was dressed in a knee-length maiden’s skirt and hunting boots, much like Artemis. In statuary Hekate was often depicted in triple form as a goddess of crossroads.Hekate was identified with a number of other goddesses, including Artemis and Selene (Moon), the Arkadian Despoine, the sea-goddess Krataeis, the goddess of the Taurian Khersonese (of Skythia), the Kolkhian Perseis, and Argive Iphigeneia, the Thracian goddesses Bendis and Kotys, Euboian Maira (the dog-star), Eleusinian Daeira and the Boiotian Nymphe Herkyna.