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Please excuse the dirty mirror. Found some super sweet shorts at goodwill. Guys shorts, real pockets, super comfy, Fox brand, $4. Awwww yeah. Also, check out the adorable waistband facing! The pockets are made out of the same graphic fabric. Cute!

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Anonymous asked:

"Pocket size"? How tall are you XD?

I’m 5’5”, and I hang out with a VERY tall family and group of friends.  The vast majority of people in my life are 5’8” and taller.  Most are over the 6’ mark. (My husband being 6’10”.)

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Man Crush Monday:  Jason Momoa

Crush crush any day

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*wolfwhistles*

Did I ever tell y’all about the time this fine specimen pretty much breathed down the back of my neck?

Once upon a time at ECCC I was a wraith and totally went for a photo with him.  He thought I was adorable because I was pocket sized.

I caught his hand that came over my shoulder, because “comfortable and natural arm angle” was also boob height.  >.>

https://flic.kr/p/oFmJjR

Despite hand placement hilarity, he was an amazingly nice and genuine guy.  He was quite kind, and absolutely someone I’d like to have over to share a meal and watch a stupid movie or something.

Seen the 4th film? Femme!Jack is canon… :P

I haven’t seen it yet.  I’m starting at the first and working my way through.  Hehe.  I believe I’ve seen the first three only.

If I don’t end up doing a crossplayed Jack (I think I could hide my hips in the coat), then I may do a fem Jack.  Or, perhaps I’ll do a lady pirate of my own design. 

All I know is I need to up my pirate game. *nods*

I’ve got the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie playing in the background while I work on costume stuff.  I sort of really really want to make myself a Captain Jack Sparrow costume…even though it’s really already been done well by a lot of people.  But can you imagine it?  I’m 5’5”…I’d be the swishy-est little pocket Jack ever.  Savvy? 

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