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Professor Minerva McGonagall: Potter, take Weasley with you. He looks far too happy over there.
Who wants to live in a forest ? Because we have a bunch of plants to do that.
There is also a wondrous world across the ocean. As dangerous and as mysterious.
In my time, MSN was the place to be if you were a cool kid. If you were not that kind, you were in IRC. If you were a nerd, you were on message boards and blogs was not a thing. No one cared about what you did that day, it was all about exchanging ideas on interesting subjects ! Not about politics and cats …
Symbolic Witness Urban landmarks are today’s icons. Once loved or despised, promised to be destroyed or gift for strengthening international friendship. They are witness of everyday, they are…
What do you mean you don’t see the evidence on the pictures ? Look ! It’s just there, right in front of you !
Mulder ? Scully ? Mulder ! Err … Agent Doggett ? What are you doing here Assistant Director Skinner ? And where is Agent Reyes ?! 😀 We are X-Files fan, while binge watching the complete serie, we felt the need for secret files and folders in our game. Do you want a TOP SECRET file, an X file, something less official ?
More plants ? Yes ! Ferns and Agaves are popular choices. Ferns are said to be easy of care, so are agaves : they are succulents after all !
Ecologist ? Gardener ? Green thumb ? Greenhouse lurker ? Is green your favorite color ? Are you just looking for a living decoration ? Look no further, we got you covered with plants and pots …
Polaroids are instantaneous photos. There was 10 or so photos per “roll” and it was awesome. They are hype again. The less pleasant side of polaroids is that you can’t simply store them away. But it is not a problem for messy people, or photographers, or professional decorator : having some clutter is hype.
Retro toaster for modern or in-theme kitchen. Seven colours, seven possibilities. A goodies or a thoughtful decoration. As long as it pleases you.
The craftman who rebuild it swears the mirror is an authentic 18th century mirror from Versailles … Well, it is true … perhaps 😉