halogenation
halogenation:

halogenation:

Successfully finished my deliverable (it took me a week, bc of other exams and deliverables, and procrastination tbh)

It’s due tomorrow and I’m actually surprised that I didn’t fuck it up at the end as I always do lmao

guess what?we framed it on class and i got a 5! my teacher took it to her  office bc she’s going to show it to the dean to see if they can put it on the faculty annual gallery!

halogenation:

halogenation:

Successfully finished my deliverable (it took me a week, bc of other exams and deliverables, and procrastination tbh)

It’s due tomorrow and I’m actually surprised that I didn’t fuck it up at the end as I always do lmao

guess what?
we framed it on class and i got a 5!
my teacher took it to her office bc she’s going to show it to the dean to see if they can put it on the faculty annual gallery!

fatassvegan

fatassvegan:

diamondbutthole:

fatassvegan:

So let me tell you what I know so far about this toothpaste.

Well let me back up and say first that until a little while ago, it had not occurred to me for some reason that regular toothpaste might not always be vegan. I had vegan cleaning supplies, vegan soap, vegan beauty products—I don’t know why the thought of vegan toothpaste never crossed my mind. Maybe it was because it had been so long since we’d had to buy it since Zakk’s mom liked to send us stockpiles of food and other staple necessities while Zakk was still in school (and for some reason also gum. We have a drawer full of gum that we can’t use since that’s not vegan either.)

Anyway, this time when we went to Trader Joe’s I decided to look for toothpaste and I found this brand, “Tom’s of Maine.” It appears to be an ethically sourced all vegan product. Not only that, but the company itself seems to be focused on returning some of their profits to benefit the world around them, and that’s always a plus.

So just to test it out I brushed the coffee taste out of my mouth. My first reaction was that it looked odd, almost like vaseline. My second reaction, after placing it in my mouth, was WHOA I DID NOT NEED THAT MUCH TOOTHPASTE. It was VERY very minty. My tongue actually went numb. The interesting thing was I could tell that this was mint straight from the source, not an artificial sweetened mint flavor; it almost had a slight plant-like taste to it. Which was actually quite refreshing. If it’s possible for toothpaste to taste really not bad then this is the stuff that does it.

I can’t say yet whether or not I’ll stick with it or look for a new brand since I’d like to see how it continues to hold up, but as of right now my teeth feel very clean and I’m very impressed with this company’s ethical policies, so I would definitely recommend this stuff!

I’m pretty sure Tom’s of Maine is owned by Colgate, which would make it not CF

Awh man :( I just got an anon about it too and I looked it up and it looks like it is owned by Colgate. So it would obviously be better to go with a vegan company if possible. Which I think there are other kinds at TJ’s so I’ll try and test one of those out next time we go. Anyway just a heads up. And thank you both people who let me know about this.

Someone also suggested “Nature’s Gate” brand for those looking for alternatives.