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i’m an adult

i’m an adult

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i-mnotbrokenjustbent:

madelinelime:

When I was a kid I thought your 20s were supposed to be fun, not filled with perpetual anxiety about financial stability and constantly feeling like an unaccomplished piece of shit. 

That’s because it was fun for baby boomers and they basically gave us this impression it would always be like that, but then they ruined the economy.

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hardnipplesforever:

Ouija redux. by jonmmmayhem
recently went back through the pictures i took that night last year, found a couple more worth editing and reposting. like this one. especially since the polaroid i took of them has been such a popular subject for people to save, re-edit their own way, and then upload without credit, the bastards.

feels like this was forever ago

hardnipplesforever:

Ouija redux. by jonmmmayhem

recently went back through the pictures i took that night last year, found a couple more worth editing and reposting. like this one. especially since the polaroid i took of them has been such a popular subject for people to save, re-edit their own way, and then upload without credit, the bastards.

feels like this was forever ago

‣ me  
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rabbitkidddshiro:

シロとクロShiro & Kuro:)

rabbitkidddshiro:

シロとクロ
Shiro & Kuro
:)

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kllys:

Base:
1 1/4 cup plain flour120g vegan margarine50g caster sugarFilling:
1 x 310g can vegan condensed milk100g vegan margarine1 1/2 tbsp golden syrupFor the top you will need 200g vegan chocolate. You can use your favourite variety (for example Dark Chocolate or Sweet William Milk Chocolate). I used 100g dark chocolate and 100g Sweet WilliamWhite Chocolate melted together.You can make the base by hand by rubbing the margarine into the flour then mixing in the sugar. Or place the flour, margarine and sugar in a food processor. You should end up with a mixture that resembles breadcrumbs. Press this into a 20 x 20cm tin and bake at 180°C for approximately 20 minutes (until golden brown). Leave to cool.to make the filling, place the condensed milk, margarine and syrup in a saucepan. Bring to the boil the reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes. Pour over the base and refrigerate for about 4 hours.Once the filling has set, melt the chocolate and spread evenly over the caramel layer. Leave it to cool enough to allow you to cut into square, but not set completely. Once you have cut into squares place back in fridge and chill until completely set.

kllys:

Base:
1 1/4 cup plain flour
120g vegan margarine
50g caster sugar

Filling:
1 x 310g can vegan condensed milk
100g vegan margarine
1 1/2 tbsp golden syrup

For the top you will need 200g vegan chocolate. You can use your favourite variety (for example Dark Chocolate or Sweet William Milk Chocolate). I used 100g dark chocolate and 100g Sweet WilliamWhite Chocolate melted together.


You can make the base by hand by rubbing the margarine into the flour then mixing in the sugar. Or place the flour, margarine and sugar in a food processor. You should end up with a mixture that resembles breadcrumbs. 

Press this into a 20 x 20cm tin and bake at 180°C for approximately 20 minutes (until golden brown). Leave to cool.

to make the filling, place the condensed milk, margarine and syrup in a saucepan. Bring to the boil the reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes. Pour over the base and refrigerate for about 4 hours.

Once the filling has set, melt the chocolate and spread evenly over the caramel layer. Leave it to cool enough to allow you to cut into square, but not set completely. Once you have cut into squares place back in fridge and chill until completely set.
‣ food  
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wilwheaton:

Joseph Fink, for. the. win.

wilwheaton:

Joseph Fink, for. the. win.

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fionagrapple:

WELCOME TO THE YEAR 2014.

MTV, you look real good.

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silversarcasm:

*interacts with people*

*has to take a four hour nap*

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america-wakiewakie:

Heartbreaking photos show the first day back to school in Gaza. Many students did not return.

(Photo Credit: Shehab News Agency)

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andersondaily:

The X-Files: a summary of 202 episodes

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"

We were lied to. The women of my generation were told that we could ‘have it all’, as long as ‘it all’ was marriage, babies and a career in finance, a cupboard full of beautiful shoes and terminal exhaustion – and even that is only an option if we’re rich, white, straight and well behaved. These perfect lives would necessarily rely on an army of nannies and care-workers, and nobody has yet bothered to ask whether they can have it all.

We can have everything we want as long as what we want is a life spent searching for exhausting work that doesn’t pay enough, shopping for things we don’t need and sticking to a set of social and sexual rules that turn out, once you plough through the layers of trash and adverts, to be as rigid as ever.

As for young men, they were told they lived in a brave new world of economic and sexual opportunity, and if they felt angry or afraid, if they felt constrained or bewildered by contradictory expectations, by the pressure to act masculine, make money, demonstrate dominance and fuck a lot of pretty women while remaining a decent human being, then their distress was the fault of women and minorities. It was these grasping women, these homosexuals and people of colour who had taken away the power and satisfaction that was once their birthright as men. We were taught, all of us, that if we were dissatisfied, it was our fault, or the fault of those closest to us. We were built wrong, somehow. We had failed to adjust. If we showed any sort of distress, we probably needed to be medicated or incarcerated, depending on our social status. There are supposed to be no structural problems, just individual maladaption.

"
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marxvx:

have we ever actually eliminated unemployment at any point in the history of capitalism? no? weird, it’s almost like poverty and unemployment exist to force workers to work for lower and lower wages and to tolerate shitty working conditions lest they end up unemployed and evicted

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gravityfallsnews:

With the help of Old Man McGucket, the kids discover that there is a secret society in Gravity Falls…
"Society of the Blind Eye" airs October 27, at 8:30PM on Disney XD.

gravityfallsnews:

With the help of Old Man McGucket, the kids discover that there is a secret society in Gravity Falls…

"Society of the Blind Eye" airs October 27, at 8:30PM on Disney XD.

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