She don’t do major credit cards

I doubt she does receipts

It’s all not quite legitimate

woodendreams:

Germantown Road, Portland, US (by Mandar Deshpande)

woodendreams:

Germantown Road, Portland, US (by Mandar Deshpande)

hydra-headquarters:

perks-of-being-chinese:

little blood orange riding hood

"shut it it’s fucking red" little fucking red riding hood

I decided I was a feminist and this seemed uncomplicated to me. But my recent research has shown me that feminism has become an unpopular word. Apparently I am among the ranks of women whose expressions are seen as too strong, too aggressive, isolating, anti-men and, unattractive.

beben-eleben:

Offensive statements about girls and women are more common than you think. Everyday, females around the world hear rude and abusive words towards them, so Brazilian illustrator Carol Rossetti decided to do everything that was in her hands to change that.

The artist created a series of supportive illustrations, called “Women”, that helps motivate women in their struggle against gender prejudices and women discrimination. The on-going project started in May, and Rossetti publishes her work on her blog and Facebook. Although the images were originally created in Portuguese, the popular illustrator got some help in translating them into other languages.

The message couldn’t be clearer: girl power! (via Bored Panda)

youvegottomoveon:

this is kind of hot

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missmasonjar:

Had a burst of fruity colors this morning with my honey drizzled spirulina ancient grain porridge. Eating clean has never been so easy!

missmasonjar:

Had a burst of fruity colors this morning with my honey drizzled spirulina ancient grain porridge. Eating clean has never been so easy!

redefiningfood:

The easiest way to impress: Tuna Avocado Tartare with Asparagus, Balsamic Glaze and Cherry Tomato

If you’re planning to cook for a special event or person and you happen to have a ring mold, make the number one dish on your menu a tuna tartare. It’s the easiest to make and can (and should) be prepared beforehand, it’s healthy and it always looks amazing! 
Ingredients for the Tuna Tartare: Sashimi-grade Tuna, Soy Sauce, Wasabi, Olive oil, Vinegar, Toasted black sesame seeds, Chilli flakes, Tabasco, Salt and Pepper
Dice the tuna into tiny square chunks, and mix in with all the ingredients to taste. Be careful with the tabasco, because it really does make it hot!  
Ingredients for the Avocado: Avocado, Lemon juice, Salt and Pepper
Dice the avocado into tiny square chunks, pour lemon juice over them and then add a sprinkling of salt and pepper. 
Then: put it into a ring mold with the avocado first and flatten it, and then press the tuna tartare in. Leave it in the fridge for at least an hour to set before serving! 

redefiningfood:

The easiest way to impress: Tuna Avocado Tartare with Asparagus, Balsamic Glaze and Cherry Tomato

If you’re planning to cook for a special event or person and you happen to have a ring mold, make the number one dish on your menu a tuna tartare. It’s the easiest to make and can (and should) be prepared beforehand, it’s healthy and it always looks amazing! 

Ingredients for the Tuna Tartare: Sashimi-grade Tuna, Soy Sauce, Wasabi, Olive oil, Vinegar, Toasted black sesame seeds, Chilli flakes, Tabasco, Salt and Pepper

  • Dice the tuna into tiny square chunks, and mix in with all the ingredients to taste. Be careful with the tabasco, because it really does make it hot!  

Ingredients for the Avocado: Avocado, Lemon juice, Salt and Pepper

  • Dice the avocado into tiny square chunks, pour lemon juice over them and then add a sprinkling of salt and pepper. 

Then: put it into a ring mold with the avocado first and flatten it, and then press the tuna tartare in. Leave it in the fridge for at least an hour to set before serving!