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Sep 14 '14

These almond cookies are very aggressive.


These almond cookies are very aggressive.


Sep 10 '14



This film answered the age old question “How do you make Beyonce more sassy?” Answer: Put Nathan Lane to be her sass twin. 

And it was glorious.

(Source: femburton)

Sep 10 '14
clavid:ogfoodnun:why is he so happyJesus Christ he just gave birth let him have his moment



why is he so happy

Jesus Christ he just gave birth let him have his moment

Sep 10 '14
"People think diabetes is just physical and even then it’s more physical then they can imagine. It’s blood and scars and black freckles on your fingers. It’s bruises on your body and pink marks on your stomach. It’s scratches and burning as insulin enters the fat and saves you life.

And just as it physical it’s mental. A double edged sword. A double wamny. For me, I’d say it’s more a mental battle. It’s telling yourself to keep fighting, to take that needle for the forth time that day. That you can get through it. You can through the depression and the anxiety and the hate you have for a body that’s failed you. That if you can get through today, then that’s another battle you’ve fought and concurred. That it will all get easier. That even though it’s not fair you can overcome it. That there’s hope that tomorrow will be better. And it’s the hope that kills you as it’s not always met."
What diabetes really feels like. (via myrealityofdiabetes)
Sep 10 '14


I hope one day we’ll be asking each other “how long DID you have diabetes” instead of “how long have you had diabetes?”

Sep 10 '14
Sep 10 '14



Newfies are really just big fluffy bears.

There is one in my neighborhood and he’s just a big goob

Sep 10 '14
"I love sarcastic people with high vocabularies"
(via antiqeu)

(Source: rafeeqj)

Sep 10 '14



My favorite Stephen Gammell illustrations from ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’.

Stephen Gammell was probably my biggest inspiration growing up, one of them anyway. 

Sep 10 '14