*is cute and perfect but also unstable, violent and self-destructive*
Someone took a candid photo of a fight in Ukranian Parliament that is as well-composed as the best renaissance art
this is currently my favorite thing on the entire internet
They’re both texting someone right now saying ‘some weird guy next to me is wearing the same thing as me.’
who wore it better
district line banter
Last Friday I was laid off from my job of almost five years, so most of my time has been going to job hunting…
I thought I’d post about it here in case anyone knows of some job opportunities? I live near Atlanta at the moment and have reliable transportation, a BFA in Graphic Design, and a lot of administrative/office experience. I prefer local since relocation isn’t a huge possibility right now, but I’m open.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of anything?
I can provide more details and my resume that way.
Grey’s Anatomy: 17 Seconds
↳ So what makes anger different from the six other deadly sins? It’s pretty simple really, you give into a sin like envy or pride and you only hurt yourself. Try lust or coveting and you’ll only hurt yourself and one or two others. But anger, anger is the worst… the mother of all sins… Not only can anger drive you over the edge, when it does you can take an awful lot of people with you.
The Eddie Izzard Doctrine
I didn’t go to uni for history to not reblog this
It’s not often that I draw Legend of Korra fanart, but maybe I should change that.
“A man does not recover from such a devotion of the heart to such a woman! He ought not; he does not.” — Persuasion, Jane Austen
- Title: Jessie's Girl
- Artist: Mary Lambert
- Played: 371758 times
What’s the password
My anaconda don’t want none unless you got the password hon
I have no clue. the only thing I ever put on scones is sourcream and marmelade. (Yes, Quincey, you may kill me for this crime against food, if it is indeeed a crime. It is rather delicious, though.)
As long as you don’t put clotted cream on followed by jam it’s all good :)
Those are two substances you can’t reasonably put on top of each other, either way, in my experience…
So I am not doing the terrible thing you want me to not do, but I’m probably still doing it wrong one way or another.
Oooh but you can! You spread the jam on like you would normally then you use a spoon to get a great big calorie loaded dollop of clotted cream and just place it on top. You can then squish it down a bit with the spoon to distribute it a bit. You can’t do it the other way round because the jam and cream get all streaky and mixed up and then the next thing you know you’re getting confused about which side of the Tamar bridge is better (hint: it’s the Cornish side).
I’m not sure my poor Swiss heart could handle the idea of putting anything on a bread or cake like thing, and then not spreading it out evenly.
That’s just. Wrong. You can do it in exceptional circumstances with freshly baked bread or cake, when it’s still all warm and the butter melts before you can spread it, and even then you cut of very, very thin slices of butter, so that they’re evenly spread the moment you put it on the bread.
It’s important that things don’t go on bread in any sort of blobs or dollops or drops, because that is just all wrong, okay. That’s even worse than trains being late.
So you spread the jam and then treat the cream as like … a topping.
THE TRUE CORNISH WAY