Just.A.Dream
  • 420doorcinemaclub:

    when my family went to disney world we went on the haunted mansion ride and this actor dressed as a skeleton came up to our cart and got right in my three year old brothers face and whispered “are you scared?” and my brother kissed him on the nose and the guy laughed so hard he had to leave

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  • phuckingphil:

    This is my favorite candy guys.

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  • mexicanproblems:

    A Mexican’s Heaven

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  • flowontheroad:

    Mangonada. Again. Mango + Chamoy Sauce. Such a strange combination. What is this with Mexicans and spicy food?

    Illustration from Iveth Morales, found on www.recipelook.co.uk.

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  • creativeroyalty:

    Corn In A Cup. I love this stuff. I use to buy to buy it all the time when I lived in Chicago. It’s not hard to make so I’ll be making some soon.

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  • wwfandomw:

    Harry Potter Cookbook:

    • Title: Chocolate Party Mice
    • Misc: A (potentially) healthy alternative to sugar mice.

    Information:

    • Yield: n/a
    • There are multiple Harry Potter recipes posted under my ‘hp cookbook’ tag.
    • Image and recipe source are the same.

    Recipe:

    Ingredients: 

    • 1 package (16 oz) Chocolate CANDIQUIK® Coating*
    • 1 jar Maraschino Cherries (with stems)
    • 1 package Chocolate Kisses®
    • 1 package Sliced Almonds
    • White Decorative Icing or candy coating
    • *Really, any properly melted and tempered chocolate should work for this.

    Directions:

    • Melt CANDIQUIK® Coating in tray according to directions on package.
    • Use a paper towel to pat cherries completely dry. Unwrap Hershey’s Kisses.
    • Holding cherries by stem, dip into Chocolate  CANDIQUIK; place on wax paper so the stem is pointing out to the side.
    • Press the flat side of chocolate kiss to the bottom of cherry.
    • Insert 2 almond slices between cherry and chocolate kiss to form ears. Hold in place for a few seconds until the almonds stand up without falling over.
    • Once dry, use decorative icing (or a toothpick & candy coating) to create eyes.

    (Source: blog.candiquik.com)

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  • (Source: rovena-art)

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  • "How… how was Mystique?"

    "She was… we were… I could see why she meant so much to you. You should be proud of her, Charles. She’s out there, fighting for our cause."

    "YOUR cause. The girl I raised, she was not capable of killing."

    "You didn’t raise her. You grew up with her. She couldn’t stay a little girl forever, that’s why she left."

    "She LEFT because you got inside her head."

    "That’s not my power."

    (Source: stilvinski)

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  • She was a monster, but she was my monster.
    ― Jeanette Winterson, Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?

    (Source: calliestephanides)

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