Basic One Column Theme
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One 500px column
Fixed sidebar with custom image
Customizable colors, fonts, and links
Icons for Instagram, Facebook, etc
Shows blogs you follow (optional)
Infinite scrolling (optional)
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- Two or three columns
- Four blogtitle font options
- Optional rounded posts 
- Optional lace border
- Optional low opacity lace border
- Optional black permalinks
- Two post shadow options
- Cool gradient nav links
The Mystique of the Chinese Zodiac


The Year of the Rat

Years: 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020

Characteristics: Because the rat is very ambitious, he tends to be hard-working, imaginative, curious and observant. With a wit and charm about him, the rat is talkative and energetic. 

Life: Overall, the rat is a healthy individual who leads an active lifestyle. Because of his attention to detail and tendency toward aggression, the rat is often very stressed. The rat is a problem solver and needs flexibility to be creative. Good career choices for the rat would be a director or manager of some sort, an entrepreneur, broadcaster, writer, musician, politician, lawyer or race car driver. 

Love: Rats are charming and enjoy being social. They like to meet new people but are bad at ending relationships, which can hinder the formation of new ones. A rat’s partner must be able to keep up with his busy, active life. The rat is most compatible with the Dragon, Monkey and Ox.

Famous Rats: Truman Capote, Prince Charles, Sasha Cohen, Eminem, Scarlett Johansson, Wolfgang Mozart, Plato, William Shakespeare, Leo Tolstoy, George Washington


The Year of the Ox

Years: 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021

Characteristics: The ox is a strong, determined, dependable individual. The ox is tolerant of others but lacks respect for the lazy. The ox is trusting and open-minded but relies on himself. The ox is outdoorsy and hard-working.

Life: The ox is strong and healthy and will likely lead a long life. A tendency to overwork himself and not relax could take its toll, however. The ox likes routine in his work and approaches most tasks methodically. The ox has an eye for detail and a great work ethic and is best suited to be an interior designer, painter, carpenter, archeologist, mechanic, engineer, banker, broker or army officer. 

Love: The ox isn’t very sociable and not much of a flirter. He can also be a bit overbearing. The ox will take his time in finding the perfect partner. The ox is most compatible with the Rat, the Snake and the Rooster.

Famous Oxen: Napoleon Bonaparte, Charlie Chaplin, George Clooney, Walt Disney, Oscar De La Hoya, Richard Nixon, Barack Obama, Vincent Van Gogh

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Base code credit: hazpottars
I’m pretty damn proud of this theme and i hope u would like to use it as ur christmas theme too! 
single collumn
header and title
3 customisable links
a built in updates tab
christmasy kinda vibe
lots of christmasy colours
the place where u put ur updates in the updates tab is located right down the bottom under </body>
if u need help or there are any problems with the theme please message me and i will fix it
if u are going to or are thinking about using this theme, or even if u just like the theme please like or reblog this! thank u :) xx

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A single columned theme.
Includes 3 custom links; title appears when you hover over the numbers.
Avatar size is 130px x 130px.
Try to keep the title short.
Option to disable fixed header.
Option for 400px/500px posts.
Option for infinite scrolling.
Option for post image fade.
Option for show captions.
Webkit scrollbar.
Please reblog/like if using. 
What Weird Things Does Your Body Do?


Speedy Sneezes

If you’ve ever wondered why tissues are prone to tearing when you sneeze, consider the force of your average sneeze will regularly surpass 100 mph.


Brain Freeze

It’s safe to say we’ve all succumbed to a brain freeze now and again when enjoying an ice cream cone. The cause for the stinging pain is your brain being alerted of a temperature change when the cold substance hits the roof of your mouth. Once the brain is alerted, the anterior cerebral artery dilates and increases the blood flow to the frontal lobe of your brain in order to keep it warm. The blood flow is interpreted by your brain receptors as pain.

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