“I think this country is in a lot [of] trouble. I mean, what possesses someone to, on a Saturday afternoon, in this cold, to come to a mall and shoot people? Why? I just can’t understand what motivates that.”—
a thing to learn about cooking is, that isnt enough garlic. there is not enough garlic in there. yeah i know you already put garlic in but shhh, listen, listen to the pot, it says it wants more garlic. seriously more garlic come on i said put in some more garlic fucking dO it you piece of shit. what do you mean that that’s all the garlic you had well i suppose theres nothing for it we have to go pick up some more come on then
The amount of time that humans devote to altering the physical state of butter proves that the medium is more than just a spread, and is in fact a physical manifestation of excessive human pride in their own creations.
Meth fans in the Southwest: Do not be misled. Despite what your tweaked brain may be telling you, the blue meth you’re buying was not actually made by Heisenberg or Jesse Pinkman. In fact, it’s likely more dangerous than regular meth.
How dare you taint that lighter fluid, brake fluid, and Hydrochloric acid with DANGEROUS FOOD COLORING. ARE YOU TRYING TO KILL US ALL? HASHTAG THANKS OBAMA.
Life imitating art, in one of those less desirable ways.
“The first thing I saw when I walked in the door [of the National Great Blacks in Wax Museum in Baltimore] was a 500lb bale of cotton and it was taller than me, thicker than me, wider than me, and I was just met with the loftiness of Patsey. One of the most shocking things I learned was that it was common to make accessories out of the skin of slaves that died. There were wallets and bags, and they were prized possessions. It doesn’t get more horrific than that. I was stunned that I hadn’t even heard the name Solomon Northup. In school we learned about slavery but we spent more time learning about the Holocaust.”—Lupita Nyong’o, from her cover story in Dujour magazine about the horrifying things she learned while studying for her breakout role as Patsey in 12 Years a Slave. (via thechanelmuse)