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WHEN SOMEONE HAS SOMETHING BAD TO SAY ABOUT MY FAVORITE TV CHARACTER

howdoiputthisgently:

I’M LIKE:

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superbmarksman:

i always end up thinking about the economic damage in superhero movies

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Happy Birthday, America! (Repost from Destination Hotels and Resorts)

Here at the Inverness, we believe in working hard and playing harder.  As our nation’s 238th birthday is fast approaching, we plan on celebrating big.  What better way to showcase our patriotism than by cooking up some amazing treats?  This Friday, the dawn’s early light will have you unleashing your inner foodie and celebrating America with our twists on these classic red, white, and blue recipes. Hopefully you will be inspired to create an edible homage to America that our forefathers would be proud of.

Everyone knows that cupcakes are a favorite at any party, but these cupcakes have a hidden surprise.  Baked Bree likes to dye some of her cake batter red and blue and layers the batter for patriotic perfection.  Want to take this recipe one step further? Layer only blue and white cake batter and add strawberry filling by hollowing out the cupcakes after cooking.  

Looking for a healthy counterpart to the massive amounts of sodium-filled, nap-inducing food you’ll be consuming this weekend? Wendy at Around my Family Tablehas found the perfect mix of sweet and fruity.  Instead of using banana slices on this classic American flag fruit tray, she uses angel food cake and hits it out of the ballpark! We recommend also trying this out with white yogurt-covered pretzels to get that perfect sweet and salty taste sensation.

It is a little-known fact that the American Dream is actually to bake (and consume) the perfect apple pie.  As the hot new trend in 2014, pies are being transformed from its traditional eat-by-the-slice form into something more individual and portable. We love this twist on the cake pop phenomenon and would choose some red and blue flavors to include in these as well.  To see the full pie recipe, click here.

This is a perfect drink to serve if you’re planning or attending a family-friendly celebration.  These drinks can be made with a plethora of different ingredients, with our favorite being pomegranate juice, piña colada Sobe, and blue Hawaiian punch.  If you substitute other colored drinks in place of these, try to have the drinks with the heaviest sugar content on the bottom.  After you pour the red ingredient, fill the glass to the top with ice and pour your other liquids slowly. If you want to turn this drink into an adult beverage, simply use liquors of the same color (we recommend Godiva white chocolate liqueur and blue curacao).

With the sizzling heat that’s forecasted for the 4th of July, cool off with this thirst-quenching twist on a summer favorite.  We prefer white sangria because we find it more refreshing and easier to sip on.  Our favorite recipe includes sliced strawberries, blueberries, and pineapple stars and is made up of 2 bottles of dry white wine, 1 cup of Triple Sec, 1/2 cup of berry-flavored vodka, 1/2 cup of fresh lemon juice, and 1/2 cup of simple syrup.  Let it chill for at least four hours and you are ready to serve the classiest drink at any Independence Day event.

These sprinkle-rimmed glasses give any drink the festive kick it needs! Our interpretation of sugar-rimmed cocktails, these are dipped in melted white chocolate before being dipped in sprinkles for a long-lasting look.  These can be done with both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages.  We recommend UV Blue or blue curacao or grenadine and vodka with Sprite.

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lindsaylohoean:

how many calories do u burn by sliding down a wall crying

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partism:

I hate it when you really need to talk to a friend about something important because you feel like your world is crashing down on you but they act like you don’t exist until their problems occur.

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I hate smart ass teachers.
Me: Can I go to the toilet?
Teacher: I don’t know can you?
Me: Bitch, I will shit on your desk.
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slugpuke:

5th grade nostalgia

we had a teacher in 8th grade who despised when we wrote with these pens and towards the end of the year she had pissed us all off so much we just wrote literally everything in sparkly gel pens. she didn’t even look at our shit she just gave us all like 90s and told us she passed us just so we could get out of her life.

hipster-trichster:

slugpuke:

5th grade nostalgia

we had a teacher in 8th grade who despised when we wrote with these pens and towards the end of the year she had pissed us all off so much we just wrote literally everything in sparkly gel pens. she didn’t even look at our shit she just gave us all like 90s and told us she passed us just so we could get out of her life.

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straightboymamoru:

if a song was in shrek theres no way to un-associate it with shrek its forever going to be a shrek song

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why can’t I do smiley with heart eyes on my computer

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