Best paintings according to redditors

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u/DarthLily · 41 pointsr/mountandblade

Wanted to see if this was in fact one of the first results on google for "viking warrior", and yeah, it was the third one.

But also, someone stole it and they are selling it at amazon as a "hand painted" poster...

u/FearThyMoose · 24 pointsr/mountandblade

Someone also sells it for $198 on Amazon

u/te-fod · 8 pointsr/succulents

Thanks for your input, I’ll take them out and repot them, I’ll find some moss like you said to put inside, I hadn’t seen the idea with a cactus before and I guess this is why

What is the issue with the soil I’m using as it’s supposed to be for cacti and succulents this is the soil I’m using

u/Dirty_Socks_Mullins · 6 pointsr/furry_irl

Yeah, but two of these is as valuable as a Picasso. Do you think that's reasonable?

u/Mukatsukuz · 3 pointsr/CasualUK

I just pick them up :) I like the tickling of their feet


Also people could use these :D

u/mrminty · 3 pointsr/AskMen

For me, it's the poster of the thinking monkey with headphones on. I saw it so many times in random 20-something apartments a few years ago that it's burned into my brain, along with Pulp Fiction posters, Ralph Steadman art from Fear and Loathing, and repro The Who concert posters.

u/ktalexander · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddictionUK

I had this problem when getting into carnivorous plants. They're a bit precious and can't have minerals in their water. I buy deionised water in bulk on Amazon (a 25L jug was £13). It's not distilled, but it is demineralised, so it might do the job for your face. It works a treat on my plants!

u/Nheea · 3 pointsr/reallifedoodles

There's even a device for picking up spiders now:

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Permanent solution: Maybe a cute vintage solid perfume container?

Quick solution: Any ol' salad dressing container you can find. I bet there are cute containers intended for homemade baby food out there, too.

u/Kerrima · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

Amazon also does flat pack ones you could spray paint. You could also glue it shut to keep it secure then smash it like a piggy bank later.

u/New-found-Girth · 2 pointsr/WTF

Get one of these.

It actually works insanely well. It's easier to catch them with that than to kill them and it completely incapacitates them, all from a decent distance. Then you can just hurl them out a window or door.

u/GeorgeGee · 2 pointsr/cactus

Thank you for the information. Hopefully someone else can identify the species. Does [this] ( look suitable for the soil?

Oh also, the pot that it's in doesn't have holes at the bottom, is that a problem? I'd like to have this indoors on my desk, and as such don't want stuff draining out, unless there's a solution to that.

u/marley88 · 2 pointsr/uktrees

These Wolf boxes are pretty decent. If you want one that will fit everything in then it might be a little too large/heavy to carry around but worth a look as there are lots of sizes, including this pretty ridiculous Deluxe Ultimate edition.

u/Nysosis · 2 pointsr/succulents

My current go-to mix is 1:1 of this compost:, and perlite, which my other plants seem to enjoy. Gritty enough, or go grittier?

u/The_Hindmost · 2 pointsr/succulents

Cactus and succulent repotting mix combined with perlite for the soil, pot has a single drainage hole ~1 cm in diameter with a layer of plastic mesh over it to prevent too much soil loss.

u/simulacrum500 · 2 pointsr/funny
u/BayYawnSay · 2 pointsr/DesignMyRoom

Edit: the links I inserted below have parentheses within the link themselves so I apologise for the bad formatting

You need to establish the two areas of the rooms, the kitchen/dining area, as well as the living space. An area rug would work best in the main space. I would go with coordinating small round rug and one small kitchen floor mat in front of the sink.

I also suggest a small kitchen island with foldable counterspace as well as a cuppy underneath for the microwave. A couple of bar stools and you also have a dining space. This can go directly where the microwave is currently. If you get one on wheels it could easily be used for other sort of things such as game night to fit four people at.

The plant is a nice touch and I always say the more greenery the better. Focus on low light, low water plants for easiest indoor maintenance.

You also definitely need curtains.

A large decorative mirror as well as some art work on the wall above the sofa would brighten the space up as well as make it look larger. I would also move the tall lamp to the opposite corner near the TV and get a nice table lamp instead for beside the couch.

I'll include some links for pieces I would go for, based on the current color scheme available through the sofa and throw pillows.


Main Space

[1](Rugshop Contemporary Modern Abstract Area Rug 5' x 7' Gold

[2](Modern Floral Swirl Design Non-Slip (Non-Skid) Area Rug 5 X 7 (5' 3" X 7' 3") Cream

Dining (the island would go on top of this)

[1](Safavieh Evoke Collection EVK228A Contemporary Burst Royal Blue and Ivory Round Area Rug (3' Diameter)

[Kitchen Island](Harper & Bright Designs Kitchen Island Cart Folding Top Drop-Leaf with 2 Stools (Espresso)


GoodGram 2 Pack Palldian Lattice Heavy Duty Thermal Blackout Curtain Panels - Assorted Colors (Palladian Taupe/Grey)


MCS 22" x 28" Inch Stamped Medallion Wall Mirror, 28x34 Inch Overall Size 22" x 28" Bronze

Art (the art and plants I would put on flanking sides of the mirror

baccow - (NO.3 of The 3 Panel Abstract Art Blue Gold 2448, Handmade 3D Oil Painting on Canvas, Framed Blue Contemporary Wall Decor Art for Living Room Dining Room Office Home Decoration for Walls


Mkono Ceramic Hanging Planter 3 Tier Indoor Wall Plant Holder for Succulent Herb Air Plant Live or Faux Plants Modern Vertical Garden, Rectangular

u/veesab · 2 pointsr/cactus

Growth Technology Ltd MDCAF2 Cactus Focus Repotting Mix 2 Litre and then for coconut coir, perlite and worm castings just check on amazon or your local garden centres. May find it for cheaper!

u/delusionsofgrandad · 2 pointsr/AskUK

We have spiders, but:

Outside, you'll likely never see one unless you're looking closely.

Inside, house spiders only turn up at certain times of the year (Spring and Autumn).

None are bigger than the palm of your hand (including legs) though, except the cardinal spider and ones that size are extremely rare (I've seen one in 36 years). Most are much smaller than that.

All are harmless to humans. You'll see more in the country than the city.

You could always buy one of these just in case!

u/Clockwork16 · 2 pointsr/TumblrInAction

Heard this isn't bad, if you wanna "be the man" and less frightened.

u/Brutoyou · 2 pointsr/Scotland
u/magulagie · 2 pointsr/london
u/psycoanalyitic · 2 pointsr/druggardening

I am currently using this soil it says it is "free draining" but those seem to consist of mostly organic ... Should I get some perlite to make it even more free draining ?

I also have the same brand fertilizer which says 1.4 : 0.7 : 2.7 on the label will this work ?

Thanks for your help

u/king_crow · 2 pointsr/funny They even go down to 1oz! HAHA. WHAT A TINY CONTAINER.

u/KHeaney · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

Table plan/numbers.

Most quotes were like £100 for a table plan, then like £15 for 10 table numbers.

Instead I have bought 7x£5 frames from Ikea (could go cheaper but picked the nicer ones), calligraphy writing the table place lists and setting them all out on the gifts table, then 6x£2.50 lanterns from Ikea and painting a number on them.

So £50 instead of £115. (Or £45, I'm not sure if you need a seating plan for the head table?) I haven't included cost of the parchment effect paper because it's paper I already have around. We're also going to re-purpose the frames after the wedding to give some family a nice framed wedding picture of us.

We're also getting a flatpack MDF post box for £14 instead of renting one for £40 or £15 for a cardboard one. Again, not including paint cost because we already have paint.

I'm also going to try and buy a £10 veil off amazon instead of paying £100 at the bridal store, but we'll see what the quality is like when it comes in and I can just use the cheap one at the hen do if it sucks. I suppose it depends on the size that you want, I only want mine butt-length.

We're not DIYing much because we don't want the stress.

u/xerane · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddictionUK

Johnson's Baby First Touch Oil only has Isopropyl Palmitate added.

Boots Baby Sensitive Oil has Cyclopentasiloxane and Cyclohexasiloxane but they're light weight silicones that evaporate off.

The ebay seller you linked also has a store on Amazon (fulfilled by Amazon, qualifies for Prime) but is more expensive.

u/paintedtexture · 1 pointr/artstore

Thank you, i am not sure why some post and some dont..i new at this :0

u/LamerTex · 1 pointr/italy

> Qualcosa del genere

Appena comprati 2, uno per me e uno per la mia ragazza. Così finalmente possiamo provare a fare le ricette trovate su reddit senza passare ore a convertire le quantità :D

u/FaeLLe · 1 pointr/succulents

The soil will be basically this -
It is a nice well draining mix that I use for my pony tail pig palm and dracaenas. I will probably mix it with some perlite.

The room is heated occasionally but is well insulated, during winter will be slightly below 20 degree celsius (65 F).

u/arrjaytea · 1 pointr/vaporents

A handful of them, but I use my Honest Torch (that was packed in with a Sticky Brick Jr.), this Scorch Torch, and at home a culinary torch.

I'd say I like them all equally. Culinary torch is fasters/most efficient. Scorch Torch is nicely weighted and I like the angle. Honest Torch is a solid travel lighter.

u/Haelx · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

HA ! I have something to help ! Get a spider catcher !

I have arachnophobia - with panic attacks, crying, can't breathe, takes 2 hours to calm down... This little tool has been a life saver. You can catch the spider with it and release outside (avoid having to get close to it and kill it and then having to dispose of it), and most importantly, it makes me feel safe. It's stupid maybe, but it's my weapon I guess ? When I have a spider in my home I grab it and it reduced my panic attacks greatly, I deal with it quickly and on my own, and recover in 15 minutes. It was a silly gift from my parents but it seriously is so, so useful when you have a phobia. Good luck, I know how you feel <3

u/archaeologistbarbie · 1 pointr/Bento

I am new to the bento game and do not own any traditional bento boxes because I don't like being tied to keeping all my food the same temperature/I am sometimes weird about food touching. I have several lunch-packing sets though, including:

-yumbox panino

-a laptop lunches set

-rubbermaid lunch blox

-a ton of small Tupperware containers (the 1oz smidgets are my favorite for sauces!)

Honestly, my laptop lunches boxes get the most use because they're microwave safe, seem very sturdy, they have their own outside container that they fit in quite neatly, the containers stack well when not in use, and I find the colors very appealing. They also seal REALLY well, and I have had no problems with them leaking, staining, or retaining smells.

My yumbox gets a lot of play for salads, but isn't practical for foods I may want to microwave. It's only good for foods that are all the same temp. It is as leakproof as advertised! I find it visually appealing but is a bit bulky to wash in the sink at work because it is only 2 parts (tray and outer shell). The footprint is actually smaller than my laptop lunches container but since I usually use the lidded inner containers for that, I don't need to wash the outer container as frequently. With the yumbox that's not an option!

I wish I hadn't bought the lunch blox. They're fine, honestly, but just fine. They're like a cheaper, less sturdy version of my laptop lunches containers. I was attracted by the ice pack they come with and the fact that they're supposed to all lock together, but in reality they don't lock as well as I'd like. The smallest containers don't seem to stay stuck in to the ice pack well at all. I'm also not sure how leak proof they are, as I've only used them a few times.

Finally, I would definitely recommend checking out those tiny tupperwares for sauce. They are thick, not flimsy, and they have a press on lid that seals really well. I use mine frequently for all sorts of things!

u/Sunswing · 1 pointr/vaporents

Sorry for the late reply. The first one I used was this one until it broke when I dropped it. I can't find an American (just assuming) link for the one I'm using now. The Canadian this if you want it. They're really just cheap knock-off lighters though.

u/ouchpouch · 1 pointr/plants

Thoughts on this? Also, what do you recommend for ratio. 100% of the stuff, or mixed in with garden soil?

u/NowImHereButGone · 1 pointr/ATBGE

Magnificent Meerkats Dolly by Magnificent Meerkats

The best!

u/n4pth4 · 1 pointr/tarantulas

Just get one of these and you'll both be able to move then easily and quickly without hurting them. Im afraid you can't get rid of them, and as mentioned, mature males will be more adventurous, so you can expect to see large spiders on a regular basis

u/mrheh · 1 pointr/opieandanthony

Let me know, whatever it takes. Patrice memorabilia is really hard to come by and I'm a huge fan and sucks I only got to meet him once for a picture before I really knew who he was. I actually got one of these for my house but looking to add some more.

u/mrfelixes · 1 pointr/AskUK
u/BroadConstruction · 1 pointr/cactus

Thanks for the reply. So not a hell of a lot going wrong.

Growth Technology Ltd MDCAF2 Cactus Focus Repotting Mix 2 Litre

That's the mix I used.

Also, is there anything I can do to keep it upright naturally? I anchored it using string, but that actually seemed to make it weaker.

u/MMSTINGRAY · 1 pointr/knives
u/Cotton777 · 1 pointr/cactus

This is what I have been using.

Growth Technology Ltd MDCAF2 Cactus Focus Repotting Mix 2 Litre

Im in the U.K. so all are indoors and under a grow light when needed. I haven’t watered since the end of November as my flat is pretty cold. I just really don’t know what happened, haven’t had a loss in ages so really gutted!

u/Zultan_Zul · 1 pointr/plantclinic

Thanks for your advice, I'm going to start the operation this weekend!

Is there a particular type of sand/substrate you would recommend? I grabbed this from the Wiki, but would appreciate any advice you would have!

>Cacti require well-drained soil. This means a soil made of a mix of gravel, grit, sand, pearlite, or other chunky material that does not retain moisture.

> A good inexpensive and readily available base for your cacti soil is NAPA 8822 Oil Absorber. Crushed pumice, any 'high-fired' or 'calcined' diatomaceous earth or clay, or Turface is a perfect base. Any auto parts store should have a product similar to the afore mentioned NAPA 8822.

I was thinking about grabbing this from Amazon as the base there a rooting hormone or similar for cacti?

u/Arbitrary_Pseudonym · 1 pointr/Physics
u/SenselessCross5 · 1 pointr/Physics
u/Fabled-Sparrow · 1 pointr/succulents

True yes! I just get these pots bc their cheap and easy to store. i use cactus soil i got off Amazon, i repotted this guy when i first got him because he was in a TINY pot and was super thirsty. I use this soil! Growth Technology Ltd MDCAF2 Cactus Focus Repotting Mix 2 Litre

Edit; i cant get what you linked me bc im in uk but ill keep an eye out for them! I use miracle grow indoor plant food tho

u/Jayjaylien · 1 pointr/peyote

I just used this after reading on zamnesia that cactus mix could be used. Evidently I should have put in the work and made something a bit more suitable. The rot was there when the cactus arrived however.