DISCLAIMER: The following post is sad and deals with death. If unwilling to read on this topic the upbeat tone of Creole Thrift will resume Friday. Many people hold the mistaken belief that one experiences the stages of grief sequentially. One after the preceding stage in a neatly organized line. A line which will only last two years tops then fade away cleanly in a mist of acceptance. A mist used to serve as an example that eventually the grief will completely absolve and everything will be ok. Unfortunately this … Continue reading Happy Birthday!
People no longer have sex purely for procreation. According to a survey of adults aged 20 to 59 done by the National Center for Health Statistics the majority of responders report that their objective in having sex is to have fun, not to make a baby. It is notable that the preference for having sexual relationships in order to make a child significantly increases and … Continue reading 5 Signs of Horniness in women
All throughout elementary and middle school I had to wear a uniform to school. Having to conform in regards to the majority of your outfit made people more apt to express their individuality through the details. Sewing on funky buttons in place of the ordinary white ones on your uniform shirt or donning an Hermes scarf in your hair were a few of the minor … Continue reading The devil’s in the details
So those that know me well will confirm that “I only love my bed and my mama, I’m sorry” and scented candles. I absolutely LOVE scented candles. The air that I breathe has to smell good or I ain’t breathing it. Think I’m joking? I’m not. I almost died from lack of oxygen everyday in the schools restroom. I associate smells with memories from the … Continue reading Thrift store find
February is so dramatic. There’s just a lot going on with this month. From being Black History Month to being the home of valentines day and sometimes Mardi Gras, February has a lot on its plate. To add to the load is the fact that it’s also the birthday month of a beautiful, unique, and intelligent person. Not, Rihanna, ME! Lucky for my twin brother … Continue reading Super easy Mardi Gras king cake
When I was a child I thought generic food was just… food. I thought cereal always came in bags and milk came in cans labeled milk. I did not know any different so generic products were the norm to me. My first experience with name brand products was at a friends house when her mom gave me my first actual Poptart. The kind with frosting … Continue reading What’s the deal with Generic?
If winning the lottery and world peace had a love child the child would be the female orgasm. Equal parts pleasure and biological necessity, a good orgasm is all you need in life. Well, that and water; and food; and shelter etc. Ok maybe its not all that you need, but it sure is nice! Here are 8 facts about the female orgasm that may help you … Continue reading 8 things you need to know about orgasms
An examination of how eating habits from the past can be utilized in the present in order to save money. Continue reading Eating habits from the past that can help in the present
Affordable self-defense weaponsto have with the government shut down. Continue reading Affordable self-defense weapons that you need
A simple diy project for an apron constructed from a t-shirt. Continue reading DIY No sew t-shirt apron