raisaesibet:

i think one of the most exhausting things is dealing with people who think they are agreeing with you but completely…. completely misunderstood everything

sttravinsky:

NBC’s Hannibal versus Thomas Harris’ Red Dragon:

Graham stood under the trees for a long time looking at it. He tried to be still inside. In his mind a silver pendulum swung in darkness. He waited until the pendulum was still. (…) [Graham] started at the noise, felt a trickle of fear. He was an old hand at fear. He could manage this one. He simply was afraid, and he could go on anyway. He could see and hear better afraid; he could not speak as concisely, and fear sometimes made him rude. Here, there was nobody left to speak to, there was nobody to offend anymore.

jenarts:

live for punk scully

jenarts:

live for punk scully

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mrsjonie:

Skillet Collards with Mushrooms & Eggs. Ingredients: 
Olive oil or coconut oil
Your choice of mushrooms – cut into thin slices (I used baby bella)
2 cloves garlic – minced
One large bunch of collard greens – hard stems removed, and cut into 1-inch ribbons
4 eggs
Season with salt and pepper and chili pepper flakes.
Additional toppings (optional):
Feta cheese, goat cheese or shaved parmesan cheese
Method:  Heat a 10 or 12 inch cast iron skillet over medium-high fire. Swirl in some oil to coat the skillet well. Add in mushrooms, and cook for a minute or until the mushrooms are almost tender. Stir in garlic, and cook until fragrant. Then add in the collard greens, and cook until the green begins to wilt (stir greens while cooking). Make four wells in between the greens. Crack an egg into each well. Lower the heat, cover, and let cook undisturbed for 4-5 minutes. When the eggs are cooked to your liking, remove from heat, season lightly with Sweet Ginger Sea Salt, and sprinkle generously with Aleppo Chili Pepper Flakes or Marash Chili Flakes. Top with cheese and serve.

mrsjonie:

Skillet Collards with Mushrooms & Eggs. Ingredients: 

  • Olive oil or coconut oil
  • Your choice of mushrooms – cut into thin slices (I used baby bella)
  • 2 cloves garlic – minced
  • One large bunch of collard greens – hard stems removed, and cut into 1-inch ribbons
  • 4 eggs
  • Season with salt and pepper and chili pepper flakes.
  • Additional toppings (optional):
  • Feta cheese, goat cheese or shaved parmesan cheese

Method:  Heat a 10 or 12 inch cast iron skillet over medium-high fire. Swirl in some oil to coat the skillet well. Add in mushrooms, and cook for a minute or until the mushrooms are almost tender. Stir in garlic, and cook until fragrant. Then add in the collard greens, and cook until the green begins to wilt (stir greens while cooking). Make four wells in between the greens. Crack an egg into each well. Lower the heat, cover, and let cook undisturbed for 4-5 minutes. When the eggs are cooked to your liking, remove from heat, season lightly with Sweet Ginger Sea Salt, and sprinkle generously with Aleppo Chili Pepper Flakes or Marash Chili Flakes. Top with cheese and serve.

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finished red dragon in 20 hours (less really taking out sleep/class/misc)
i am a speed reader & i like to brag about it

unrelated: why do dark highlighter colors like purple & blue exist

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formerly-vaginawoolf:

Ace of Base - the Sign

and no one’s gonna drag you up
to get into the light where you belong

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ArtistAce Of Base
TitleThe Sign
AlbumThe Sign

emoij:

Tumbler be like: why isn’t there platonic anal fingering????!!?! (uwu) friendly reminder it’s okay to lick a friends ass hole!!!

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autopsynecropsy:

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre  (1974)

autopsynecropsy:

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre  (1974)

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ungyo:

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Saw the video floating around so I gif’d it for anyone who doesn’t wanna actually watch it haha.

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diecry:

For me, acting was always a way to explore emotions…to dip into the well and really try to reach rock bottom down there."  —Jessica Lange, Interview Magazine

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