the biggest, thickest ever sky
This is a multi-fandom blog, quickly reduced to gibberish by pretty things, and prone to sudden fits of food porn, art and science.
Romney doesn’t understand why you can’t roll down windows on a plane. He says ”It’s a real problem.”
your flattery does nothing to improve my mood
In which Dolce and Gabbana stab me in the heart and slowly turn the knife.
Mainly because I wish I had money.
Gemma, Happy Birthday, darling! Hope you’ll have a marvelous day! Today everything’s possible! Best wishes :*
THIS IS AWESOME
THANK YOU, HONEY!
Could you imagine this with cats?
“You look fat in those pants”
“I watch you have sex … and mock you”
“I’m going to shed all over the clean laundry”
One night in the late 1960s, Eugene Gagliardi was lying awake in bed trying to figure out how to save his company. He was thinking about the Philly cheesesteak.
Gagliardi was trying to figure out a way to turn the Philly cheesesteak into something people would want to make at home. But the meat used for the sandwich was, as Gagliardi says, “so tough you couldn’t chew through it.”
At 3 in the morning, he had an idea. He got up out of bed and went to the plant and tried it.
His idea was complicated — he put the meat through the grinder a bunch of times, then he mixed it, put it in a mold, froze it, then he tempered it, then sliced it — and, finally, he cooked it and ate it to see if it was any good.
chronicling the acting career of David Oakes through the medium of clipart
‘HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY’
Top photo from “Mars” Curiosity. We, of course, have seen that photo 30 years ago in Star Wars.