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First gym selfie :p

First gym selfie :p

borospaladin:

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andrewquo:

WHY GIRLS LIKE JERKS

reblog and I’ll marry you

TYPICAL YOUTUBER WHITE BOYS SPEAKING THE ACTUAL TRUTH AND NOT BEING DICKS AND WOW WHAT IS THIS I HAD TO WATCH IT TWICE TO MAKE SURE I WASN’T IMAGINING THINGS WOW

Man, I was worried that they were going to take this in a bad direction, but their single biggest point was something that they kinda concluded towards the end of the video, like they didn’t plan on actually saying this one line: “Really nice guys don’t call themselves Nice Guys.” Wonderful. 

YAAASSSSSSS

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gvtsn:

hashtag growing up

gvtsn:

hashtag growing up

Two straights and one gay (at Yogurtland Culver City)

Two straights and one gay (at Yogurtland Culver City)

Good morning errbody #Toolazytogetoutofbed

Good morning errbody #Toolazytogetoutofbed

Dinner with @jonnuhgooyen get a free dessert from just asking :) totally stuffed! (at Fritto Misto)

Dinner with @jonnuhgooyen get a free dessert from just asking :) totally stuffed! (at Fritto Misto)

tango-mango:

Do you know how to cook a beef roast? Silly question! I’m sure you probably do. But for the sake of those who don’t, here is how I do it.

I look for a fairly lean boneless chuck roast. This one weighed about three pounds.

You can roast it either in your oven or in a slow cooker, but either way, I find it essential to brown it first. To do this, I heat a couple of tablespoons of oil in a Dutch oven until very hot. I season the roast heavily with ground black pepper and salt or seasoned salt. I don’t add a bunch of random herbs – I’m sort of a purist when it comes to pot roast. Add the roast to the hot pan and leave it alone until it comes free when you shake the pan. Turn the browned roast over and add a peeled, quartered onion. Let the other side brown.

At this point I add some water and a little dry red wine. Then I cover the pan and put it in a preheated 350 degree F oven for two hours or so.

After a couple of hours I add peeled carrots and sometimes some small potatoes. (These carrots were harvested from our garden yesterday!) Cover again and continue to roast for at least another hour, or until the roast is tender and shreds, or falls apart easily.

I make gravy from the drippings and the broth left in the pan. If potatoes weren’t added during the cooking I’ll make mashed potatoes. Last night I added a few pearl onions from the garden. The roast is tender and your family and friends love you for your efforts.

Extra bonus – roast beef sandwiches from the leftovers!

Lacuna

Lacuna

at The Last Bookstore

at The Last Bookstore