I'm Brooklyn, a 19 year old with way too many aspirations. This is my site for everything I find interesting. A place to share my own graphics, remixes, songs, etc. I've started a music news section for the latest in Arabic pop/dance/electro artists. I enjoy creativity and learning things, but to get to know me better, read this, or simply read my blog. Here are the basics:

My favorite color is purple. I have two unicorn pillowpets named Herman and Sherman. I'm a sucker for anything adorable, I've yet to grow up in that sense. I'm addicted Sims 2. I could eat pepperoni pizza forever, with marinara of course. I'm Lebanese and speak Arabic. I live in Oklahoma. I love Kylie Minogue. My "real" name is Broc, my nicknames are Broccoli and Brocodile. My best friend is Barry and I call him Barrydog (as in prarie dog, his favorite animal.) My favorite animal is the otter, and I love Pokemon, so naturally Oshawott is amazing.



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hey there :) I just love your minimalist plumbbob design, thanks so much for sharing it :) I wondered if it was okay to use it on a t-shirt. Here is a first draft of my design: shirtinator. de / gestalten / creator/ ?SISID=61707&userdesign=44819261 (I had to include spaces for the url to work in an ask, just remove them.) I am not planning on selling it, it is just for me personally. I'm curious though, Is commercial use of your design allowed at all? Thanks and have a great day :)
Asked by simlicious

No problem! Absolutely, go ahead and use whatever you’d like. I like to think of it this way, I use the game created by other people, to inspire designs and custom content, so of course I can’t charge for that :). I saw the shirt design and it’s really cute!

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awwww-cute:

Having trouble getting out the tent

awwww-cute:

Having trouble getting out the tent

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This picture was taken by a man who works on an oil rig in Texas. He wanted to get a picture of the lightning and said he was unaware of the tornado until the lightning illuminated it! This has been called a one-in-a-million photo. Taken in Ft. Stockton, Texas.

This picture was taken by a man who works on an oil rig in Texas. He wanted to get a picture of the lightning and said he was unaware of the tornado until the lightning illuminated it! This has been called a one-in-a-million photo. Taken in Ft. Stockton, Texas.

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I love relaxing on the couch on rainy days, with the curtains drawn, watching it pour down outside and listening to it on the roof.

I love relaxing on the couch on rainy days, with the curtains drawn, watching it pour down outside and listening to it on the roof.

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Hahaha. If only. That would be the funniest thing ever.

Hahaha. If only. That would be the funniest thing ever.

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