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EXERCISE OR EXTRA FRIES? 🍟
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Een tijdje geleden heb ik dit krijtbord van 4 meter breed en 1.60 hoog mogen beletteren. Vanavond ben ik met mijn vriend langsgegaan om een frietje te eten en het krijtbord aan hem te showen. Wat was het leuk deze nog eens terug te zien! 
Fijne avond!

2019-04-20 19:51   7 1

 

EXERCISE OR EXTRA FRIES 🍟 ➖ Een tijdje geleden heb ik dit krijtbord van 4 meter breed en 1.60 hoog mogen beletteren. Vanavond ben ik met mijn vriend langsgegaan om een frietje te eten en het krijtbord aan hem te showen. Wat was het leuk deze nog eens terug te zien! Fijne avond!

2019-04-20 19:39   3 1

 
Spring goodvibeletters colors #chalk #spring

2019-04-20 19:34   3 0

 

Spring goodvibeletters colors #chalk #spring

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters.” -Colossians 3:23 (NIV)

2019-04-20 19:33   5 2

 

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters.” -Colossians 3:23 (NIV)

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway
Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2]
These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate.
The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime.
When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

2019-04-20 19:27   1 0

 

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2] These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate. The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime. When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway
Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2]
These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate.
The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime.
When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

2019-04-20 19:27   1 0

 

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2] These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate. The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime. When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway
Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2]
These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate.
The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime.
When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

2019-04-20 19:26   0 0

 

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2] These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate. The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime. When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway
Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2]
These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate.
The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime.
When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

2019-04-20 19:22   0 0

 

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2] These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate. The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime. When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway
Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2]
These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate.
The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime.
When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

2019-04-20 19:21   1 0

 

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2] These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate. The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime. When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway
Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2]
These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate.
The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime.
When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

2019-04-20 19:21   0 0

 

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2] These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate. The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime. When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

 #мелоежка #еммел #мелем #люблюмел #емглину #люблюглину #мел #глина #chalk #chalkeating #asmrcrunch #asmrchalk #asmrchalkeating #chalkyyfaveeee #wetchalk #wetchalkeating #coloredchalk #schoolchalk #глина #мел #еммел #хруст #pica #naturalchalk #crunch #еммел #мелки #мел #хрустиммелом #хруст #природныймел #школьныймел #q #люблюмел #мелоед #канцелярскиймел #asmrchalk #мокрыймел
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2019-04-20 19:21   28 0

 
Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway
Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2]
These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate.
The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime.
When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

2019-04-20 19:20   1 0

 

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2] These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate. The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime. When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

2019-04-20 19:19   6 2

 
Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway
Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2]
These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate.
The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime.
When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

2019-04-20 19:19   0 0

 

Limestone #quarry in Brønnøy, Norway Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. It is also the name for calcium oxide which occurs as a product of coal seam fires and in #altered limestone xenoliths in volcanic ejecta.[1] The word lime originates with its earliest use as building #mortar and has the sense of #sticking or #adhering.[2] These materials are still used in large quantities as building and engineering materials (including limestone products, cement, concrete, and mortar), as chemical feedstocks, and for sugar #refining, among other uses. Lime industries and the use of many of the resulting products date from prehistoric times in both the Old World and the New World. Lime is used extensively for #wastewater treatment with ferrous sulfate. The rocks and minerals from which these materials are derived, typically limestone or #chalk, are composed primarily of calcium carbonate. They may be cut, crushed, or pulverized and chemically altered. Burning (calcination) of these minerals in a lime #kilnconverts them into the highly caustic material burnt lime, unslaked lime or quicklime (calcium oxide) and, through subsequent addition of water, into the less caustic (but still strongly alkaline) slaked lime or hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2), the process of which is called slaking of lime. When the term is encountered in an agricultural context, it usually refers to agricultural lime, which is crushed limestone, not a product of a lime kiln. Otherwise it most commonly means slaked lime, as the more dangerous form is usually described more specifically as quicklime or burnt lime.

Gymchalk (crocochalk) crumbling compilation of @coco.crumblesasmr ❤️ requested by @rachelprvn 😇 | Not sped up | 🌸💕
Content by @coco.crumblesasmr 
Edited by me (@asmr.qt_) 
asmrlove #asmrchalk #asmrrelax #asmrsound #asmrcrumble #asmrcommunity  #asmrpaste #asmrgymchalk #oddlysatisfying #asmrcrunchy #satisfyingvideos  #asmrcrunch #asmrvideos #crunchyasmr #asmrcomet #asmrpowder #chalkeating #chalkcutting #chalk #gymchalk #gymchalkcrumbling #powderplay #crumbling #crumblingchalk #asmrcornstarch #asmrsand  #asmrbakingsoda #powdery #asmrbabypowder #asmrcement

2019-04-20 19:18   53 0

 
Duru Lavender(2)💗
Soft soap😍
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💡relax for your ears💡
My life account: @__dora.explore__🌿
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Tags: #мыломания #asmrvideo #asmrsounds #asmrlove #мыломаны #хрустим #sound #asmrchalk #звук #asmreating #soap #like4like #likeforlike #сухоемыло #асмр #drysoap #взаимныелайки #режу #режумыло #лайкни #crunch #залипательно #tapping #залипушки #chalk #floralfoamasmr #duru #nefis #dalan

2019-04-20 19:05   194 0

 
Your daily inspiration from yours truly. Let's work together on building relationships that will last beyond our lifetime. #delayedgratification

2019-04-20 19:01   5 1

 

Your daily inspiration from yours truly. Let's work together on building relationships that will last beyond our lifetime. #delayedgratification

今日は区議選挙の投票日ですな~

まだ八重桜が咲いてるなぁ~と思いながら🌸
そんな中、向日葵を描いたのはなぜだろう🌻

笑顔の花が咲く素敵な街になるよう!
祈りを込めて、行ってきます✏️🎋🏫 #向日葵 #ひまわり #ヒマワリ #花 #フラワー #flower #イラスト #黒板イラスト #黒板アート #黒板 #チョークアート #チョーク #チョークイラスト #blackboardart #blackboard #illustration
 #drawing #sunflower
 #chalkart #chalk

2019-04-20 18:41   15 0

 

今日は区議選挙の投票日ですな~ まだ八重桜が咲いてるなぁ~と思いながら🌸 そんな中、向日葵を描いたのはなぜだろう🌻 笑顔の花が咲く素敵な街になるよう! 祈りを込めて、行ってきます✏️🎋🏫 #向日葵 #ひまわり #ヒマワリ # #フラワー #flower #イラスト #黒板イラスト #黒板アート #黒板 #チョークアート #チョーク #チョークイラスト #blackboardart #blackboard #illustration #drawing #sunflower #chalkart #chalk

 #WIP on this rainy saturday. this is my biggest chalkboard to date! 4x8’ of tasty goodness for @smugglerswyandotte 
what are some of the quirky ways you work on things? i’m a tape maniac.

2019-04-20 18:40   14 1

 

#WIP on this rainy saturday. this is my biggest chalkboard to date! 4x8’ of tasty goodness for @smugglerswyandotte what are some of the quirky ways you work on things i’m a tape maniac.

Who else is enjoying the rolexmontecarlomasters? 🎾👟 #Chalkola⁣

2019-04-20 18:39   13 2

 

Who else is enjoying the rolexmontecarlomasters 🎾👟 #Chalkola⁣

Tried cutting tiny pieces of floral foam and covering it in a cornstarch paste. Also added some purple chalk I mixed to see if it would make it crushable but ended up taking it out of the mold too early so it wasn’t video worthy anymore lol so that’s what the random purple stuff is. There are some interruptions and you can see my daughters hand in one part of the video but nothing that I thought ruined it too much. I ordered gym chalk yesterday that should be here tomorrow and I am so excited!!! #crunchyasmr #satisfyingvideos #asmr #asmrcornstarch #asmrfloralfoam #unsoakedfloralfoam #floralfoamcrushing #floralfoamasmr #relaxingvideos #relaxation #powder #powerasmr #powderplay #crunch #crush #chalk #chalkasmr

2019-04-20 18:34   6 0

 

Tried cutting tiny pieces of floral foam and covering it in a cornstarch paste. Also added some purple chalk I mixed to see if it would make it crushable but ended up taking it out of the mold too early so it wasn’t video worthy anymore lol so that’s what the random purple stuff is. There are some interruptions and you can see my daughters hand in one part of the video but nothing that I thought ruined it too much. I ordered gym chalk yesterday that should be here tomorrow and I am so excited!!! #crunchyasmr #satisfyingvideos #asmr #asmrcornstarch #asmrfloralfoam #unsoakedfloralfoam #floralfoamcrushing #floralfoamasmr #relaxingvideos #relaxation #powder #powerasmr #powderplay #crunch #crush #chalk #chalkasmr

Its wedding season!!!! Why not add a little flair with a handlettered mirror? 💍🍾
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 #sweetjanelettering #must_love_letters #paperandpenaddict #practicemakesperfect #lovetoletter #woodlettering #paint #chalkboardlettering #chalk #mirrorlettering #sharpiepaintpen #pentelsignpens #tombowbrushpens #crayola #acrylic #letteredsigns #loveletters #balloons #balloongarlands #qualatex #celebrate #Alabamahandlettering #handlettering #Tuscaloosa #weddings #birthdays #fun

2019-04-20 18:32   9 0

 
Глина Нежность от моей @ksenia_mel__melok_glina 😍
Кремового цвета, плотная, бархатная на осщупь, откусывается легко, с глухим хрустом, хрустит не долго, быстро собирается в комок, затем тает в сметанку, без крупинки, немного скрипит.
Вкус прибитой пыли, немного сливочная.

Залипание 4/5
Хруст 2/5
Вкус 5/5

 #мел #еммел #хрустим #природныймел #пищевоймел #chalk #clay #глина #хруст #мелсгоры #chalkeating #wetchalk

2019-04-20 18:30   97 2

 

Глина Нежность от моей @ksenia_mel__melok_glina 😍 Кремового цвета, плотная, бархатная на осщупь, откусывается легко, с глухим хрустом, хрустит не долго, быстро собирается в комок, затем тает в сметанку, без крупинки, немного скрипит. Вкус прибитой пыли, немного сливочная. Залипание 4/5 Хруст 2/5 Вкус 5/5 #мел #еммел #хрустим #природныймел #пищевоймел #chalk #clay #глина #хруст #мелсгоры #chalkeating #wetchalk

Takeover @draper_matthew part VI

My medium; Pastel on Paper.

Here are a few images of my pastel bench in my studio mostly disorganised at other times it can be tidier!
As you can see I have a huge number of pastels in the studio at any one time from relatively small sticks to the huge chunky ones from @unisoncolour the British brand made in Northumberland. Laying the colours out like this means that the pastels become part of my inspiration and often the colours on their own can be the starting point for a piece.

My work is made by applying an admix of colours all mixed together on the surface of the paper. I need such large amounts of different colours to achieve the subtle changes of colour and tone, as I am literally mixing colour on the surface of the drawing.

To start though I need to as I call it ‘get the surface of the paper going’, by applying layers of dust that fill the surface of the paper so that I can then start to manipulate that dust and draw into it.

Like painting drawing in this way is literally just about moving a medium around.

 #materials #artistsmaterials #drawing #pastel #colour #vibrant #surface #chalk #pigment #dust #dusty #drymedium #paper #workonpaper #workingprocess #studiopractice #contemporaryart #comtemporarypractice #matthewdraper #soundofraaasay #scottishgallery #pallet #spectrum #process #drymedium #chalk

2019-04-20 18:30   31 0

 

Takeover @draper_matthew part VI My medium; Pastel on Paper. Here are a few images of my pastel bench in my studio mostly disorganised at other times it can be tidier! As you can see I have a huge number of pastels in the studio at any one time from relatively small sticks to the huge chunky ones from @unisoncolour the British brand made in Northumberland. Laying the colours out like this means that the pastels become part of my inspiration and often the colours on their own can be the starting point for a piece. My work is made by applying an admix of colours all mixed together on the surface of the paper. I need such large amounts of different colours to achieve the subtle changes of colour and tone, as I am literally mixing colour on the surface of the drawing. To start though I need to as I call it ‘get the surface of the paper going’, by applying layers of dust that fill the surface of the paper so that I can then start to manipulate that dust and draw into it. Like painting drawing in this way is literally just about moving a medium around. #materials #artistsmaterials #drawing #pastel #colour #vibrant #surface #chalk #pigment #dust #dusty #drymedium #paper #workonpaper #workingprocess #studiopractice #contemporaryart #comtemporarypractice #matthewdraper #soundofraaasay #scottishgallery #pallet #spectrum #process #drymedium #chalk

Всем известный хоз.Туговатеньки
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 #asmr #soap #soapasmr #asmrsoap #soapsoap #relaxs #режумыло #мыло #мылорежу #приятно #релакс #удовольстаие #асмр #мыло #асмрмыло #мылоасмр #наслаждение #asmr #soap #soapasmr #asmrsoap #soapsoap #relaxs #режумыло #мыло #мылорежу #прмятно #asmr_obzor #асмр #мыло #асмрмыло #мылоасмр #наслаждение #mylove #love #lovesoap #chalk #нееммыло #еммыло #асмр #губка #мел #люблюмыло #slime #slimeasmr #соармыло

2019-04-20 08:07   24 0

 
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