Recovering perfectionist and hopeless clothes-horse. Former child prodigy happily washed up on Silicon Beach

Currently horribly irrevocably helplessly in love with Deep Space Nine especially that totally harmless tailor fellow.

All new followers are encouraged to prompt me and get anything from a drabble to a long fic in return ( mostly drabbles though, allow one to two weeks of processing time for longer things )


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Oct 20, 2014
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Looking to expand my playlist

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vaiyamagic:

All right, you Garak/Bashir, people! Let me know your songs for them. I need more. I’ll even give you my list. What songs do you have?

"Can’t Turn Back Now", ‘I Was Made For Sunny Days" by the weepies. "Wrapped up in books" by Belle and Sebastian. There are more.

Adele’s “I’ll Be Waiting” works well, oddly enough. Bastille’s “Laughter Lines” for extra post-canon sappiness. Hozier’s “Like Real People Do” is perfect for that ‘we’re together but can’t let anyone know’ touch of angst. Florence’s “No Light” obvs, and for some reason “What The Water Gave Me” Mikky Ekko’s “Smile” is almost word-for-word ‘oh look it’s the Dominion War and we’re in love and also miserable.’


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Oct 20, 2014
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Oct 20, 2014
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archiemcphee:

Grilled cheese sandwiches are awesome, but grilled cheese from heaven delivered via parachute? That’s super awesome! And that’s exactly what has just started happening in New York City thanks to an Australian pop-up restaurant called Jafflechutes. We aren’t kidding, grilled cheese sandwiches really are falling from the sky and we wish we were in NYC right now.

"Jaffle" is an Australian term for grilled or toasted sandwiches. In 2013 three guys in Melbourne who really love jaffles (Adam, David and Huw) successfully crowdfunded their concept for delivering tasty jaffles via parachute - Jafflechute! One year later they decided to tempt Americans with the same offer, grilled cheese sandwiches delivered from on high. Their second fundraising campaign was a success and the jaffles are now descending to meet their destiny in the hands (and bellies) of hungry New Yorkers.

The setup is simple: The Jafflechutes crew posts when they’ll be working. Payment is submitted via PayPal and a delivery/drop time selected. At the appointed time the customer stands on an ‘X’ marked on the sidewalk outside the designated location and awaits the arrival of their very own jaffle. Provided the wind isn’t too strong, a yummy grilled cheese sandwich that’s been carefully wrapped up with a tiny parachute attached is then dropped from a window overhead.

But don’t worry if the wind is up. If your jaffle happens to get stuck in a tree, Jafflechutes says you won’t have to chase after it, they’ll make you another.

Click here to watch Jafflechutes in action.

Visit the Jafflechutes website to learn more. You can also follow them on Twitter and Instagram.

[via The Telegraph, USA Today, Gawker and Jafflechutes]

THIS IS THE BEST BUSINESS MODEL I HAVE EVER SEEN

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Oct 19, 2014
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Anonymous said: The triumvirate as cute old guys? Maybe hanging out and talking/fighting about the past

petakov-kirk:

alright last one guys

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what are draw


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Oct 19, 2014
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Tonight’s dinner courtesy of my mad fishing skillz.

Tonight’s dinner courtesy of my mad fishing skillz.


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Oct 19, 2014
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hewalksinstarlight:

In the book it says that the people living around the Lonely Mountain referred to Smaug “with a curse and an ominous nod in the direction of the Mountain” and I just pictured Bard nodding solemnly towards the Mountain and whispering “motherfucker”

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Oct 19, 2014
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wow

shinjishazaki:

i have witnessed a miracle on ao3 in the legend of korra section

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the fics for the ladyship vastly outweigh every other ship in the fucking show

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Oct 18, 2014
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How amazing it is to find someone who wants to hear about all the things that go on in your head.

— Nina LaCour, Hold Still (via seghost)

(Source: psych-facts, via tinsnip)


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Oct 18, 2014
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Making new friends though!

Making new friends though!


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Oct 18, 2014
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Good news I’m in Florida. Bad news I haven’t properly slept in 40 hours.