The Aristocats (1970)

kezrekade:

equine-inspiration:

chase-me-charlie:

Here, have some Friesians.

Can I keep them?

GLORIOUS

You can practically hear them singing “I’m so Prettttty, Oh so pretttty…”

gallifrey-feels:

knitmeapony:

dreaminpng:

allonnziii:

kellanium:

#probably the best explanation of a device in the tv history

This is literally my fourth or fifth time reblogging this.

It’s still hillarious.

One of my favorite lines

I kinda feel like the writers wrote this line specifically to drive the kind of fans who want to figure out how sci-fi tech would theoretically work crazy. They’re like “nope! We’re not going to give you any techno babble to tear apart or investigate or mull over to tell us how we’re doing it wrong, or how it compares in effectiveness to similar tech in other franchises.”

I also feel like this is one of those times when the TARDIS’s translation circuit just gave the fuck up. Like the ‘physics physics physics’ scene, where he is imparting secrets of the universe and the TARDIS is like THERE ARE NO WORDS FOR THIS IN ENGLISH DAMN IT DOCTOR OH HELL FUCK IT.

OH MY GODS she TOTALLY edits his speech. I be he actually swears a fuckton but the TARDIS is like THERE ARE CHILDREN

ursulavernon:



Once upon a time, there was a fetching young wolverine who, wearing her favorite red hood, went skipping through the fields, on the way to her grandmother’s house, carrying a basket of tasty goodies.*
A wolf, who was lurking at the edge of the woods, descended upon the young wolverine and said “Hello, little red riding wolverine, and where are you going in such a hurry?”
"To visit my grandmother," said the young wolverine, as demure and maidenly as a gravelly wolverine baritone can be.
"To visit your…to…grand…to..my goodness, what big teeth you have…" said the wolf, who seemed to have lost his train of thought somewhere.
The wolverine nodded.
"And what…big…claws…you have…" said the wolf, in much the same tone as General Custer commenting on the surprising number of locals at Little Bighorn.
The wolverine nodded.
"I’ll just bugger off, shall I?" said the wolf.
The wolverine nodded.
The wolf slunk gratefully back into the trees and hyperventilated quietly, and the little red riding wolverine skipped merrily through the woods to her grandmother’s house and they ate assorted rodents and watched cartoons and baked cookies happily ever after.  - Ursula Vernon
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*Pepperidge Farms’ Mixed Rodent Party Assortment, to be precise, a pretty good value for the money, although everybody always picks through and eats the gerbils first.


Awwww! Thanks, guys!

This woman is right up there on my list of artist/writers I would be happy take out to a really nice pub. 

ursulavernon:

Once upon a time, there was a fetching young wolverine who, wearing her favorite red hood, went skipping through the fields, on the way to her grandmother’s house, carrying a basket of tasty goodies.*

A wolf, who was lurking at the edge of the woods, descended upon the young wolverine and said “Hello, little red riding wolverine, and where are you going in such a hurry?”

"To visit my grandmother," said the young wolverine, as demure and maidenly as a gravelly wolverine baritone can be.

"To visit your…to…grand…to..my goodness, what big teeth you have…" said the wolf, who seemed to have lost his train of thought somewhere.

The wolverine nodded.

"And what…big…claws…you have…" said the wolf, in much the same tone as General Custer commenting on the surprising number of locals at Little Bighorn.

The wolverine nodded.

"I’ll just bugger off, shall I?" said the wolf.

The wolverine nodded.

The wolf slunk gratefully back into the trees and hyperventilated quietly, and the little red riding wolverine skipped merrily through the woods to her grandmother’s house and they ate assorted rodents and watched cartoons and baked cookies happily ever after.  - Ursula Vernon

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*Pepperidge Farms’ Mixed Rodent Party Assortment, to be precise, a pretty good value for the money, although everybody always picks through and eats the gerbils first.

Awwww! Thanks, guys!

This woman is right up there on my list of artist/writers I would be happy take out to a really nice pub. 

This weekend was devoted to gingerbread. I’ve struggled with rolled cookies quite a bit in the past. Our apartment is kept much too warm in the winter. Thankfully this year I learned a few techniques that help a lot.
Now I just need to practice my pipeing so I can develop a steadier hand.

I got asked to participate in another bake sale/ fundraiser at the CBC so I made meringues again. One batch of orange and one batch of cherry. I found them to be too sweet the last time I made them so I dipped them in a little dark chocolate to balance out the sweetness this time around.At the end of all this I had eight egg yolks just lying around so I put them to good use in lemon chia seed cupcakes with raspberry filling and vanilla cream cheese frosting.

I got asked to participate in another bake sale/ fundraiser at the CBC so I made meringues again. One batch of orange and one batch of cherry. I found them to be too sweet the last time I made them so I dipped them in a little dark chocolate to balance out the sweetness this time around.
At the end of all this I had eight egg yolks just lying around so I put them to good use in lemon chia seed cupcakes with raspberry filling and vanilla cream cheese frosting.

I dipped Strawberry wafers in white chocolate with matcha powder to make my own strawberry matcha kitkats. I think I could have added a little more matcha powder because they turned out a little too sweet

I dipped Strawberry wafers in white chocolate with matcha powder to make my own strawberry matcha kitkats. I think I could have added a little more matcha powder because they turned out a little too sweet

Peach Meringues
Surprisingly easy to make although my piping technique isn’t exactly uniform. Still these turned out quite well. 

4 egg whites
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp cream of tartar
3/4 cup sugar (ground it a little so it would be finer)
1/4 cup jello crystals

preheat oven to 250
 separate egg whites and allow to come to room temperature
beat egg whites until foamy. Add salt and cream of tartar and beat until soft peaks begin to form.
 Slowly incorporate the sugar and jello one tablespoon at a time beating well between each addition. Once all sugar has been added beat on high until very stiff peaks form.
Spoon or pipe onto parchment paper lined baking sheets and bake for 35 - 45 min.

Peach Meringues

Surprisingly easy to make although my piping technique isn’t exactly uniform. Still these turned out quite well. 

4 egg whites

1/4 tsp salt

1/4 tsp cream of tartar

3/4 cup sugar (ground it a little so it would be finer)

1/4 cup jello crystals

preheat oven to 250

 separate egg whites and allow to come to room temperature

beat egg whites until foamy. Add salt and cream of tartar and beat until soft peaks begin to form.

 Slowly incorporate the sugar and jello one tablespoon at a time beating well between each addition. Once all sugar has been added beat on high until very stiff peaks form.

Spoon or pipe onto parchment paper lined baking sheets and bake for 35 - 45 min.