hey kota tell me where to send your christmas present???
the north pole
i come from a very old family in the xmas biz
i am impressed and intimidated
i know if you’ve been bad or good so be good for goodness’s sake
but it feels so good
to be bad
**collar pop**Posted on December 24, 2011 at 2:39 AM
Going Out With Boys - 1953 advice from The Pictorial Medical Guide.
no don’t date him he’s part of team rocket
HE’S GONNA STEAL YOUR POKEMON
And the dangers of corsets. Goddamn that’s an unrealistic waist!
PREPARING FOR TROUBLE
Parents should make certain their daughter understands how to protect the world from devastation and will recognize the stage where uniting all peoples within our nation may lead to denouncing the evils of truth and love or extending our reach to the stars above.
bfhtjrdl MYCO YESPosted on December 26, 2011 at 10:05 PM
So a lady came up to the cake counter with her son and asked to have something written on the cake, okay cool no problem! Kid was maybe 5-6 years old and adorable. She then asked him whether he wanted his full name or nickname (DJ) on the cake. He thinks about it for a second, then says he wants his full name on the cake. Mom then says to me, “Just write DJ.”
uhh ok. Usually this is when I ask whether they want the writing in a special color, but before I can ask, the mom asks her son what color he wants the writing to be. To help him decide, I take the bin full of piping bags with different colors of icing and bring it around to the other side of the counter so he can see what they look like.
He looks at the colors, and immediately grabs the piping bag of hot pink icing.
“No, no,” the mom laughs, “not pink. Are you kidding? We’re not doing pink writing.”
… I was just so sad. D: She talked the kid into getting green instead, and I was just like… I thought we were past this, as a culture? I felt so bad because the kid clearly knew what he wanted, and his mom just straightup told him no. Why even ask him what he wants if you’re just going to pick for him? (But then I remembered that getting pink icing on cakes turns little boys gay, just like having domineering mothers— OOPS)
Aww, I’m sorry you had to deal with that D8 **pats** I can see how that sort of thing would put you in a funk. (I am also sorry my phone died at work bglrsteya).
also i know your post was serious but the comment about domineering mothers made me lolPosted on December 28, 2011 at 1:11 AM
Fruit Slice Jello Shots.
- The first thing you need to do is pick out some fruit that have rinds such as (Oranges, limes, lemons, etc)
- Cut your piece of fruit in half, then scoop out the inside with a spoon or melon scooper.
- Mix up your jello and liquor mixture as you normally would with the recipe you can find here: http://partyroyals.tumblr.com/post/14343895530/jello-shot-recipes-i-have-tried-so-many
- Pour the liquid into the rind halves, then refrigerate for atleast 4 hours until the jello is firm.
- Now slice the halves the way you normally would slice the fruit to eat it.
- To keep the fruit slices upright in the refrigerator while the jello sets, try sitting them in a empty egg carton or a small bowl.
Note: be sure to allow enough time for the jello to fully set up before slicing them or they make leak or fall apart.
I just attempted this, but instead of oranges I used grapefruit. Some of the halves had holes in them (the little “navel” part), so jello juice everywhere. Also three cups of fresh squeezed grapefruit are just sitting around my house now.
holy shit these look incredible. i’d probably fuck them up terribly if i tried to make them myself LMAO but god daaaaaaamn
I don’t like jello but these are beautiful!
Also mad props to AGS for her industriousness. Forever finding new and inventive ways… to get wasted…
(Source: itspartyrehab)Posted on January 1, 2012 at 3:38 AM
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