I kinda forgot that I have this tumblr, I’m so sorry D:
PIKACHU COOKING SET GIVEAWAY!~
Okay so I got two of these sets and I have no use for the other one so I thought I should do a tumblr giveaway. This set is kinda rare and cost a lot of money. So this is kinda a life time chance here people. They are brand new still in the box. Also I will be shipping internationally. <3
- You MUST be following me.
- You can reblog as many times as you want.
The set includes:
- Cutting broad
- Cooking utensils
- Pikachu mug
The giveaway ends on April 15th 2013!
Good luck everyone!~
Also I have a 3DS laying around that I don’t use cause I have a XL now so I will throw that in too. <3
Oh man, this would be amazing to have.
Actually… They are.
Copy-pasted from here:
"The GIF graphics file format was invented by CompuServe in 1987. In the years since, a debate has been raging as to the correct way to pronounce "GIF": like "jif" as in the peanut butter, or with a hard ‘g’ as in "gift" as a majority of Mac users seem to prefer. With this page I intend to clear this up once and for all…
It’s pronounced like “jif”. Period. The end. That’s final. End of story.
You disagree? Hey, I’m just quoting the inventors of the format. Here’s the evidence:
- CompuServe used to distribute a graphics display program called CompuShow. In the documentation for version 8.33 in the FAQ section, it states:
The GIF (Graphics Interchange Format), pronounced “JIF”, was designed by CompuServe and the official specification released in June of 1987.
There, straight from the inventors of the format.
For the record, I couldn’t care less how one chooses to pronounce “gif”. I’m just starting to get tired of people always telling me that I say it wrong, when I learned the right way to say it back in the 90’s.
Just took a couple ‘o photos of my newest plush. It’s undoubtedly the cutest thing I will have ever owned in my entire life, present and future.
FUUUUUUUUUUU I CAN’T HANDLE IT