出所不明写真集
鼻腔のひだひだが充血して膨らんで気道を狭めるからですよ。膨らむ理由は炎症とか、鼻の骨のゆがみとかがあるからと思います。左右の目の瞳の下の頬骨のとがった辺り(「しょうきゅう」って言う所あたり。)を人差し指と親指で右側左側をはさむようにしてマッサージして見てください。頬骨が開く方向になると息が少しし易くなります。鼻が詰まっていると血行が悪くてその指で押している所はかなり痛いですが、痛くならないくらいまでマッサージします。程よく血行がもどったら鼻の通りはそれよりもよくなると思います。
jun26:

一向に終わらない犯罪自慢! Twitterはバカ発見器なのか? - トゥギャッチ
A certain type of screw head in time saves almost 29http://www.disassociated.com/2010/12/15/a-certain-type-of-screw-head-in-time-saves-almost-29/
mnlmnz:

softroot:

Sometimes i forget scallops swim like this its fuckin hilarious

I thought that was just another one of those cartoon logic jokes in spongebob…

mnlmnz:

softroot:

Sometimes i forget scallops swim like this its fuckin hilarious

I thought that was just another one of those cartoon logic jokes in spongebob…

らばQ - ああ、たまらない…ひな鳥がこの世で一番かわいい12の理由
儒教文化では目上の人の前では眼鏡を外すのが礼儀とされた。そのため、1988年に開催されたソウルオリンピック会場では、観客であっても女性は眼鏡を掛けられなかった。その現象は来賓のいる開会式の際に顕著に現われた。それらの事象はこれら眼鏡っ娘の活躍による市民権確保により、昔話となっている。
saewulf:


The six-board chest was a common piece of furniture throughout the medieval era, with variations common in all European cultures. It´s quite versatile, since it can be used for storage, seating, or as a table. Handles make it portable. I´ve found these will hold all the usual gear (clothes, shoes, mug) for one person for a weekend event. This particular version is modelled on 14th and 15th century examples, but the basic chest is equally appropriate for the 12th Century as well. The six-board chest is made, of course, from six boards nailed together – top, bottom, sides, and two legs, which are extended to the ground. The legs (ends) are the key pieces - each as a notch in each side to accommodate the two side boards, a dado (groove) across the middle to help hold the bottom in place, and finally a cutout on the bottom edge to form the feet. Just cut everything out and nail it together. Easy, right? Well, yes, but a little planning and a few tips will make it go faster and let you learn from some of my mistakes.
http://www.threeriver.org/marshal/chest_1.shtml

I like the look of this chest with 12 boards instead of 6 because I always did my shoulder butt joint half way up the side boards. Like the one below.

saewulf:

The six-board chest was a common piece of furniture throughout the medieval era, with variations common in all European cultures. It´s quite versatile, since it can be used for storage, seating, or as a table. Handles make it portable. I´ve found these will hold all the usual gear (clothes, shoes, mug) for one person for a weekend event. This particular version is modelled on 14th and 15th century examples, but the basic chest is equally appropriate for the 12th Century as well.

The six-board chest is made, of course, from six boards nailed together – top, bottom, sides, and two legs, which are extended to the ground. The legs (ends) are the key pieces - each as a notch in each side to accommodate the two side boards, a dado (groove) across the middle to help hold the bottom in place, and finally a cutout on the bottom edge to form the feet. Just cut everything out and nail it together. Easy, right? Well, yes, but a little planning and a few tips will make it go faster and let you learn from some of my mistakes.

http://www.threeriver.org/marshal/chest_1.shtml

I like the look of this chest with 12 boards instead of 6 because I always did my shoulder butt joint half way up the side boards. Like the one below.

megane4141:

7at1stroke:

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