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qwertee:

We’re giving away a MONTH OF FREE TEES on www.Qwertee.com 
One lucky winner will receive 30 FREE TEES of their choice with loads of other prizes too! All you have to do to enter is reblog this post and go here: https://qwertee.wishpond.com/tumblr-comp/ 
Be sure “Share” this for 2 chances and “Comment” on it for a 3rd chance. Thanks as always and GOOD LUCK:)

qwertee:

We’re giving away a MONTH OF FREE TEES on www.Qwertee.com 

One lucky winner will receive 30 FREE TEES of their choice with loads of other prizes too! All you have to do to enter is reblog this post and go here: https://qwertee.wishpond.com/tumblr-comp/ 

Be sure “Share” this for 2 chances and “Comment” on it for a 3rd chance. Thanks as always and GOOD LUCK:)

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mycrarelady:

I think one of the best things about NMTD is that by virtue of its format characters who don’t really have a reason to interact in the play get to hang out and give music writing tips to each other.

They did hang out in the play! That video was a pretty direct representation of Benedick and Margaret’s scene in Act 5. (A scene I always love because it shows how no one is faulting Margaret, even in Elizabethan times when the culture wouldn’t have frowned on shaming her for being an unwitting party to the Plot.)

Authors don’t like it when you want to remember their bad behavior…

This picture is my review of the book Finding Harry Styles, so I remember to never request a book by the author.

Passive-aggressive and kinda intense, that last paragraph in the Giveaway description… I didn’t say anything mean about the author, just noted that it was for my own records.

…for context, this is the author description:

YEAH.

In response to posting the screenshot, I got this message:

Better than I expected, given everything! I decided to go for friendly advice in my response.

That wasn’t what they wanted.

So if they want to flag my review that is nothing more than their own words, why not just flag it and move on? Why engage me at all?

Oh, right. Because they’re a thin-skinned self-publishing jerk who can’t take anything but praise. Their five star reviews are entirely from people they know and from accounts that added about 20 books the day they reviewed their book.

Words can’t even express how hard I’m rolling my eyes…

Grumping below, be warned!

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geekandsundry:

Dragon*Con’s Apple Pie Moonshine recipe:
Ingredients: 
2 quarts Apple Juice 
2 quarts Apple Cider 
200 ml Maple Whiskey 
1 cup Vanilla Vodka 
1 cup Grain Alcohol (190 proof) 
1 cup White Sugar 
4 Cinnamon sticks 
Watch the video to learn how to make this drink, based on a popular Dragon Con drink!

geekandsundry:

Dragon*Con’s Apple Pie Moonshine recipe:

Ingredients: 

  • 2 quarts Apple Juice 
  • 2 quarts Apple Cider 
  • 200 ml Maple Whiskey 
  • 1 cup Vanilla Vodka 
  • 1 cup Grain Alcohol (190 proof) 
  • 1 cup White Sugar 
  • 4 Cinnamon sticks 

Watch the video to learn how to make this drink, based on a popular Dragon Con drink!

Anonymous said: If you have time/feel like it, can you talk about how Mr. Knightley is perfect?

neither-saint-nor-sinner:

(Y’all can ask these questions off anon, you know! I won’t bite)

Sure! I can talk about it in two ways:

1. Austen consciously positions Mr. Knightley as the “perfect” gentleman within Emma

2. 100% personal feeling, I find him the best and greatest of Austen men

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This is wonderful. Knightley is my favorite Austen gentleman, and all of this is why.

Tags: Emma Knightley

My favorite tea of all is Celestial Seasoning’s Nutcracker Sweet. I drink at least one cup of it every single morning. It’s only available in stores during late November through December, and it sells out like crazy. I have been known to literally dig through piles of cardboard standees looking for enough boxes of this tea to last me a year.
My brother went out to Colorado last month, visiting Yellowstone. He got pretty thoroughly weathered out, so he took a side trip to Boulder- to the Celestial Seasonings factory.
Sunday after church, he walked up to me with a big box, and said he had something for me. I assumed it was something I loaned him…
but it was full of tea. Boxes and boxes and boxes of Nutcracker Sweet. Enough to last me two years if I only had one cup a day. I shrieked and hugged him and nearly cried.
He said that was why he bought them. Not even really because he wanted to give me the tea itself, but that he wanted to make me that happy.
He got joy from seeing me overjoyed.
He’s a really great brother. :D

My favorite tea of all is Celestial Seasoning’s Nutcracker Sweet. I drink at least one cup of it every single morning. It’s only available in stores during late November through December, and it sells out like crazy. I have been known to literally dig through piles of cardboard standees looking for enough boxes of this tea to last me a year.

My brother went out to Colorado last month, visiting Yellowstone. He got pretty thoroughly weathered out, so he took a side trip to Boulder- to the Celestial Seasonings factory.

Sunday after church, he walked up to me with a big box, and said he had something for me. I assumed it was something I loaned him…

but it was full of tea. Boxes and boxes and boxes of Nutcracker Sweet. Enough to last me two years if I only had one cup a day. I shrieked and hugged him and nearly cried.

He said that was why he bought them. Not even really because he wanted to give me the tea itself, but that he wanted to make me that happy.

He got joy from seeing me overjoyed.

He’s a really great brother. :D

Tags: doctor who

ibmiller:

The Selfie Tag

I really want to see more of these two weirdos.

Everything about this show calls to me.

(Source: youtube.com)

Tags: selfie