Sunday, August 31, 2014

ardatli:

sciencefictionbaby:

this next trick is a little something i like to call “bulking out my bibliography with articles I barely looked at”

“Works Sighted”

Saturday, August 30, 2014

i overlaid pixel pokeballs with some of the most famous works of art i could think of and i actually really like how they came out

Thursday, August 28, 2014

trcunning:

earthdad:

ok but give me one good reason why you wouldn’t date Kermit the frog besides that he is a puppet and a frog

I can’t beat Miss Piggy in a fight. She’s very strong and knows karate.

demonshower:

demonshower:

Nothing is quite as relaxing as a good game of Skyrim

My horse is on fire

(Source: trickygod)

areyoutryingtodeduceme:

DO YOU EVER JUST GET REALLY EXCITED ABOUT HISTORY AND MUSEUMS AND SHIT

mayevenyou:

This warm, spicy recipe is inspired by the Mereth Aderthad, the Feast of Reuniting. I like to think of this as a bit like the Viking Thing tradition - where everyone would gather for a midsummer festival, dance and market. So this Scandinavian punch, popular around Christmas time, seems a good fit. It’s good enough to remember, and will inspire “counsels in good will, and oaths to be sworn of league and friendship.”
GLOGG - DRINK OF THE FEAST OF REUNITING (serves eight-ish)
I Bottle red wine
1 large glass sweet wine (Vermouth from your oath cocktails would be good here, or muscatel or marsala is lovely!)
0.5 cup raisins
10 cardamon pods
1 cinammon stick
Peel from an orange
1 cup sugar (or more to taste)
Slivered Almonds
Gently warm all ingredients except the almonds. Do not let the mixture boil (you’ll loose the precious booze) but just leave on a gentle heat for the flavours to mingle, stirring occassionally, for five minutes. When ready to serve, pour into your fanciest friendship goblets, sprinke the almonds on top, and drink with a heart high and full of hope. 
Picture and recipe inspiration here: http://homebars.barinacraft.com/post/2379183231/glogg-mulled-wine-hot-punch
http://homebars.barinacraft.com/post/2379183231/glogg-mulled-wine-hot-punch

mayevenyou:

This warm, spicy recipe is inspired by the Mereth Aderthad, the Feast of Reuniting. I like to think of this as a bit like the Viking Thing tradition - where everyone would gather for a midsummer festival, dance and market. So this Scandinavian punch, popular around Christmas time, seems a good fit. It’s good enough to remember, and will inspire “counsels in good will, and oaths to be sworn of league and friendship.”

GLOGG - DRINK OF THE FEAST OF REUNITING (serves eight-ish)

I Bottle red wine

1 large glass sweet wine (Vermouth from your oath cocktails would be good here, or muscatel or marsala is lovely!)

0.5 cup raisins

10 cardamon pods

1 cinammon stick

Peel from an orange

1 cup sugar (or more to taste)

Slivered Almonds

Gently warm all ingredients except the almonds. Do not let the mixture boil (you’ll loose the precious booze) but just leave on a gentle heat for the flavours to mingle, stirring occassionally, for five minutes. When ready to serve, pour into your fanciest friendship goblets, sprinke the almonds on top, and drink with a heart high and full of hope. 

Picture and recipe inspiration here: http://homebars.barinacraft.com/post/2379183231/glogg-mulled-wine-hot-punch

http://homebars.barinacraft.com/post/2379183231/glogg-mulled-wine-hot-punch

koreanmodel:

Ji Hye Park for Dolce & Gabbana F/W 14.15 Lookbook

koreanmodel:

Ji Hye Park for Dolce & Gabbana F/W 14.15 Lookbook

shadgandel:

My favourite fighting style is Large Imposing Bear (x)