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Skeletal Jungle Gym in the backyard of the church Heilig-Kreuz Kirche in Munich, Germany.
Art by Peter Riss
 

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along the grand canal in venice

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Stunning photo of a spider web.

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You guys were all sitting around going, “What’s Mike’s vegan Bloody Mary recipe?”

early-onset-of-night:

Am I right?

1 24 ounce bottle of strained organic tomatoes (I use Bionaturae brand, which is $4.15 at my food co-op and comes from Italy)
1.5 teaspoons celery salt
2 teaspoons minced onion (mincing is not necessary if you have a good blender, unlike me)
2 teaspoons canned fire roasted jalapenos

*blend well; pour in pitcher big enough to accomodate step two*

1 cup filtered water
1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar
2 or 3 (or 4 or 5 or 8) drops of Sriracha

*whisk well*

Now, the vodka part is up to you. You can either keep it separate from the mix and make each drink to you or your guest(s) liking or you can whisk it into to the mix. I do both, but generally mix it in. I have three strengths: Girly Man is 8 ounces of vodka (1 cup) whisked into the quart of mix; Centrist is 10 ounces, and Cowboy is 12 ounces. It depends on what I have to do tomorrow which strength I use :)

Tonight I’m using Cowboy and am even dressed for it:

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It may seem a little odd that I have a vegan Bloody Mary recipe, but traditional Bloody Marys are not even remotely vegan. Worcestershire sauce has beef juice in it and “clamato” has clam juice in it. I’ve never tried clamato and, frankly, it sounds gross, but when I ate meat I did enjoy worcestershire sauce (pronounced here in the mountains, both drunk and sober, as “wershisher”).

I think the teaspoon of balsamic vinegar gives the depth usually provided by wershisher sauce, plus added sweetness, thus no extra sugar is needed.

A word on thickness: this is a thick mix, thicker than ordinary tomato juice. I like it that way, but it can be thinned further with more than just the one cup of water. Keep in mind that the vodka will also thin it. As with any recipe, this is just a template, an idea sparker. Fuck with it at will.

Full disclosure: I am not a vegan, but I do eat a lot of vegan meals. I am a vegatarian, except when it comes to Thanksgiving. I have been designated official Thanksgiving dinner preparer by my family and as such I have decided that I get to eat some fucking turkey on that day.

Have fun and don’t drive drunk, goddamn it.

Reblogging because I need to make this.
And also Mike’s blog is one of my most favorite blogs ever.

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if you live with a cat, you have had this conversation. 

Truth.

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Australian Opals from Planet Opal

THOSE AREN’T OPALS THOSE ARE EGGS

THOSE ARE TINY DRAGON EGGS THAT ARE HATCHING

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Fenrisúlfr, Hati & Sköll

According to the lore regarding Ragnarök there are two wolves, named Hati and Sköll, who chase the moon and sun.
Hati will catch and devour the moon, Sköll will catch and devour the sun and all the stars will cease to shine. The earth will shatter and shake, mountains will come crashing down and this will enable Fenrisúlfr to break free of his chains, signalling the beginning of Ragnarök!

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Burg Eltz / Eltz Castle, Germany

(Went there last year. A real fairy tale castle)

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