According to the Internet, this is what Europeans think breakfast in America is like.
this is exactly what breakfast in america is like
No, the mug is too small and not enough butter on the toast. Another egg or four, and some pancakes, would also be more accurate.
My mum doesn’t believe me that its more common than she thinks
Never have, never will. I knew when I was 10 that I never wanted children. I’m going to be 45 in May, and I have never once wanted them.
Ditto. And add one more for my non-Tumblr friend who doesn’t want them.
Long past my breeding years and never regretted not having kids. Never wanted them, since a pre-teen. Nothing wrong with having them (just not too many, that’s not sustainable), I support whatever choice is best for those involved. Just not for me.
Lara Pulver: Acting opposite Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman was “thrilling”
If at first you don’t succeed, redefine success.
I reblogged this at like 4am and I’ve spent the whole day thinking about it and randomly laughing
I watched this documentary on Netflix and left this review:
I really enjoyed this documentary, and learned several new things about that tragic night. I’ve seen a number of other docs on the Titanic that claimed to reveal some flaw in engineering or construction, or human failures, etc. We’ll never know exactly what happened, but this film debunks some of those old theories quite convincingly, then goes on to thoroughly explore actual conditions that night and how they impacted perception and events, providing a powerful explanation that I had never heard of before, but which makes complete sense based on all the known facts. I was especially impressed by the use of the animation that brought to life the ship’s structure, collision and aftermath, as well as the high quality of the fictionalized scenes, which often tarnish historical documentaries with cheesy dialog and bad acting.
It’s possible that it could be tightened up a bit to fit in 60 minutes, but actually I was never bored. This is one of those rare “mystery solved” documentaries that actually delivers the goods. I would recommend this to anyone interested in maritime history, science, and of course the human drama of the Titanic story itself.
So tonight I went and looked at a few houses with a realtor. Two were vacant but one still had people living in it (who had cleared out for the showing, natch). They had put their little Yorkie in her crate while we were there and both the realtor and I spent like five minutes crouching in front…
As long as a dog can stand up and turn around in a crate, and they aren’t kept there overlong, there is nothing negative about them. My poodle voluntarily goes in her crate with the door open. It’s a comfy little cave for her to snuggle in. So don’t worry on that score.
Author has some nice points, but rather dismissive of the Sherlock fandom, and strong heteronormativity lens.