cheap liquor as in goon? is that low in calories? and is it better for you then say vodka and diet soft drink?
i usually just tell my friends to buy whatever liquor is the cheapest, usually its some weird name brad. I generally don’t count my calories for liquor because I’m going to be out and burning those calories (probably even more) while I’m drunk and going crazy ahah. I also usually mix it in orange juice just because it is healthier then soda (which i do not drink ever) or ill mix it in cranberry juice
hiya! love your blog by the way :) Everyone says that you need a cheat day once a week or there abouts. Being a uni student its extremely hard to give up alocohol and avoid being socially awkward. Is it okay to have alcohol as your"cheat" for the week on a saturday night x
yeah why not!! That is totally fine! I just drink cheap liquor, nothing fancy, so I save money/calories, and get drunk. haha :]
i kept telling my sisters this today, like i know they are growing but they just never stopped eating
AH! 2,000+ reblogs, I can’t believe it! Rebloging myself just because of that! :]
WHAT KIND OF BRAID IS THIS CALLED?!? waterfall?!?!!?
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