Zoomed out while taking a picture of my Christmas tree
THE CHEER HAS REACHED CRITICAL MASS
Basically if you are not deeply critical of your own creative endeavors at least some of the time, you are probably either Gilderoy Lockhart or Steven Moffat.
I laughed way too hard at this because I could totally see Moffat titling his autobiography Magical Me.
And its sequel, Dabbling With Doctors.
I can’t tell if I’ve actually seen this and reflagged it before or if it’s just so perfect that I feel like it’s always been true.
I think this is just about the best thing I’ve seen all night
And I was thinking it was an arm all this time
This picture has ruined my life
okay woWIE YOU GUYS REALLY NEED TO WATCH THIS BECAUSE PANTENE DID A COMMERCIAL ABOUT HOW SHIT LABELS AGAINST WOMEN ARE AND ITS JUST SO GREAT WOWIE
Put of all the songs, they picked that one.
Harry Potter Animated Series
The Doctor Games [x]
EIGHT AND A HALF OR SOMETHING
may the oods be ever in your favour
well that was the best thing ever
|—||Naomi Wolf, The Beauty Myth (via spoookywinchesters)|
dont talk about how cheap it is to eat healthy ever unless youve literally been at the grocery store with your last 6 dollars like “okay let me figure out how to feed 8 people with this”
I just can’t agree with this because crap food always costs me more than from scratch (usually considered “healthy” food). Not trying to argue, just am not understanding. I have a tight food budget and usually stretch my meat by adding beans, potatoes or veggies to my dishes.
Well, first, I think it depends on where you are geographically and how much fresh whole food you have access to. It also depends on how much free time you have. Beans are cheaper when dry, but are time intensive to cook. A single mom who works all day may not have that kind of luxury. And you know I’ve seen Kraft Mac & Cheese on sale for like 5 boxes for a dollar. And that feeds way more than Trader Joe’s 5 bananas for a dollar.
There was a time in another life when I had different responsibilities and very little money to work with where I’d carefully clip coupons and use them combined with sales and I’d save so much money the grocery clerks were always like WHOA WHAT YOU JUST DID THERE LADY. I fed my family of three on $30/week sometimes. (It also helped a lot that we were in the middle of a mad cow scare driving all the fresh beef cheaper.) But now I have way less time (and not much more money) and my kids have doubled in number and more than tripled in food consumption and I just can’t do all that work anymore. Cooking from scratch might be cheaper in terms of money, but it is far more expensive in terms of time and right now time is something I just do not have to spend.
I haven’t yet had to resort to five boxes of Mac & Cheese for a buck yet, but I can absolutely understand why people sometimes have to. Either for financial reasons or for time reasons and more often than not probably for both.