Astrological Signs by Small Household Appliance (Kitchen)


Aries  Juicer
Taurus  Rice cooker
Gemini  Thermal immersion circulator
Cancer  Bread machine
Leo  Stand mixer
Virgo  Toaster oven
Libra  Fufu machine
Scorpio  Remoska
Sagittarius  Electric tandoor
Capricorn  Food processor
Aquarius  Yogurt maker
Pisces  Microwave

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little hetero things



color coding your infant children

Look, the red is positive and the black is negative and this kind of thing is important to avoid creating short circuits and avoiding electric shocks, deal with it.

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me: i should get in the shower

*2 hours later someone else starts the shower*

me: o hmy god fuck you i was JUST about to get in there

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This woman is showing Riker around the totally alien garden like, “this plant’s leaves turn white and then blue but right now they’re just green, and this one has amazingly exotic flowers one night a year but on every other night including this one it looks like something a set dresser from your planet would have found. And over there is our psychic illusion tree. Isn’t it amazing how everyone who looks at it thinks they’re seeing a tree from their home planet?”


Okay but this is why I adore DCAU!Batman, look at how much more lively and HUMAN he is here.  He’s funny without being out of character, he’s sarcastic, he’s a cranky pants, he’s honest in a really humorous way, he’s indigent, he gets embarrassed about being saved by the girl he likes, he teases his friends, he SNORES.  

Do you understand how much I love the fact that Batman SNORES?  It’s adorable, and I know a lot of people will say Batman shouldn’t be adorable, but that small moment reminds us all that Batman - Bruce Wayne - is HUMAN.  He’s not JUST this dark angst machine that sits in the Batcave and doesn’t have friends or do things like fall asleep because he’s been working for the last two weeks without it non-stop.  

What I love about DCAU!Batman is that he was well-rounded.  I find Nolan’s Batman so boring it’s painful.  Who is he?  Why does he do the things he does?  Where is his change?  Well he is Bruce Wayne rich man who can’t really run a company, he dresses up like a bat because they scare him and he does this to get revenge on the people that took away his parents, and he was trained by a super secret assassin organization for reasons, and he never really changes or learns or grows.  He keeps himself near completely shut out from everyone, he doesn’t seem to have any friends except for Alfred but even their relationship seems one-sided or cold at times since Bruce is so obsessed with THE MISSION that he doesn’t even seem that dedicated to because after his not girlfriend dies he jumps out for 8 years and then he backs out again to go live in Europe with Selina for some reason because why the hell not?  So really, what was the point of anything he did?  

No see DCAU!Batman had all of that tragic past and angst but without making it seem like complete mangst.  He had various relationships with various people and he loved them, he fought with them, he teased them, he respected them, and he relied on them.  DCAU!Batman had FRIENDS.  Why writers want to make Batman this ultimate loner of perpetual angst I’ll never know because that’s so fucking boring.  

Another thing I love is that when Bruce fucked up his relationships, the narrative always showed that it was because of his own faults. Few people could deal with him long term because he was so deep into his mission that it was unhealthy.  THANK YOU FOR SHOWING THAT THE INABILITY TO MOVE ON IS UNHEALTHY.  That Bruce’s way of dealing with tragedy was unhealthy and his refusal to get help was unhealthy and that his distrust of people was unhealthy and thank you for showing the consequences of that.  

Because that’s what makes Bruce Wayne and Batman interesting to me.  The fact that this man is a tragedy but not because of his parents deaths, but because of how he reacted to it.  Because Bruce is a man that attracts people to him, Dick, Babs, Tim, Jason, Diana, Clark, Taila, Selina, Steph, Cass, Alfred, his entire family love him and want to love him but they can’t because Bruce won’t let them.  He’s so laser focused on his mission he can’t even see the people - the family - he has now.  And some of them can’t deal with that, and they shouldn’t have to.  So some of them leave, they always come back, but this time with no expectations because they know Bruce can’t and won’t change.  And others can hack it out because they never had any expectations to begin with, and others are such people of hope or a mix of hope and reality that they’re able to stand by Bruce through their sheer force of unconquerable will. 

But for me, that’s Bruce Wayne’s tragedy, the tragedy of Batman.  And I thought DCAU!Batman was the best adaption that showed that.  Nolan’s Batman was praised for being a loner, it’s seen as cool to shut people out and as such Bruce is without any sort of real flaws since the narrative doesn’t paint his behavior as a problem.  

Also DCAU made Batman FUN instead of a douchey angst bucket 

(Source: timelordsandladies)

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~*Just Little Halloween Things*~


I wish it would quit raining so hard, because it’s just now getting dark enough for me to calibrate the exact number of red flickering LED tealight candles I need to make the dramatic spotlight beneath the face of the porcelain doll I set up in my window.

Update: It is perfect. I hope I can figure out how to capture it on camera because it is eerie as heck.

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Episode 5x16, Ethics

Worf asked Riker to help him with a euthanasia ritual. Riker refused, saying under Klingon law it should be his eldest son. Worf said that would be impossible, as Alexander is part human.

Buddy, I have some news about Riker that would blow your mind…

(Source: zero1infinity)

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the greatest plan in history

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