Thoughts

for now random things will be posted
Halfway through #movember

Halfway through #movember

I hear everything but see nothing.

I hear everything but see nothing.

Thank you to the kind gentleman who shares the same passion as I do.

Thank you to the kind gentleman who shares the same passion as I do.

thebrunetteprep:

mikewaters:

You think anybody wants a roundhouse kick to the face while I’m wearing these bad boys? I DON’T THINK SO!

HAPPY 4TH

Yeah… best post of the day.

thebrunetteprep:

mikewaters:

You think anybody wants a roundhouse kick to the face while I’m wearing these bad boys? I DON’T THINK SO!

HAPPY 4TH

Yeah… best post of the day.

(via ncgentleman)

Carrot soufflé, bacon explosion and stuffed mushrooms

Carrot soufflé, bacon explosion and stuffed mushrooms

Morning corner

Morning corner

thefourthandfrattiest:

takee-a-back-road:

i—like—-sailinggg:

nakedtribute:

coletureconcept:

Today I ate a fetus.  A delicious, delicious baby.  Yah okay, maybe it was a just a duck fetus sure (Balut to be specific*), but the idea of eating baby animals (or humans, because I’m sure they would also be delicious) isn’t one that Americans will typically ally themselves with.  The person who gave me this morsel had acquired the taste during her travels through China.  It may seem obvious in the back of our minds, but what people see as appropriate to eat is culturally and ecosystically determined.  There are some cultures that eat human babies after all, and adults have made it on the menu many times.  Now I’m not suggesting you all go out and eat human flesh, but I am advising that everyone should be an adventurous eater.  Tales of exotic food consumption are not only tales of bravery but acceptance as well.

im gonna puke

WHAT ON CHRISTS EARTH this is cole sprouse what the fuck

Idk…. if you’re going to be a freak/asshole, you should at least be likable while doing it…

this is balut. they love it in the Phillipines.