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gingerandcocoa:

Hellooooooooo coconut buckwheat banana pancakes with salted maple tahini (thanks to samlemerle for the idea!), chocolate peanut butter, and coconut Squarebar chunks

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If your buddy has just told you about something really embarrassing that he did, or complained about her stupid boss, or told you about how his last apartment was a nightmare, do not say any of the following:

"I’ve got an even better one."

"Something even worse happened to me!"

"That’s…

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Today in LGBTQ* History
September 8th, 1907
Gertrude Stein arrives in Paris (1907), her first day as an expat, and meets Alice B. Toklas. The two quickly fall in love (Stein often called Toklas “wifey”) and remain together until Stein’s death (1946).

Information Source: What is Remembered by Alice B. Toklas
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Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein on the Terrace at Bilignin, June 13, 1934.

knowhomo:

Today in LGBTQ* History

September 8th, 1907

Gertrude Stein arrives in Paris (1907), her first day as an expat, and meets Alice B. Toklas. The two quickly fall in love (Stein often called Toklas “wifey”) and remain together until Stein’s death (1946).

Information Source: What is Remembered by Alice B. Toklas

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Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein on the Terrace at Bilignin, June 13, 1934.

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William Shakespeare (part 2)

See all of them here.

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(top to bottom, left to right: The Taming of the Shrew, Much Ado About Nothing, Antony and Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet, Othello, Titus Andronicus, King Lear, Measure for Measure, A Midsummer Night’s Dream)

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Board/Card Games That Might Interest You

SLASH : Romance Without BoundariesFollowing from Slash’s Website 

All is fair in love and war and card based party games.




 One True Pairing
Everyone has a soulmate; a partner that completes them. Someone who supports them in the thickest of thick and the thinnest of thin, who loves them unconditionally and electrifies a them with a glance, a smirk or a touch. SLASH is about finding that One True Pairing.
Whether it is a relationship that crosses centuries, continents or literary continuities true matchmaking cannot be constrained by the dictates of logic, propriety or canon.
How to play
Everybody gets a hand of their favorite characters from pop culture, history, and literature. The matchmaker  selects one from her hand and places it face up on the table. Each player in turn selects a possible 'ship  for that character hoping that the matchmaker chooses theirs. But, if she doesn’t you can always narrate the tale of this destined connection to win the favor of the table and overrule the matchmaker.
Why do this
Because fan fic is the best-worst thing ever to appear on the internets. Whether it is transformable robots declaring their love for tormented vampires or a secret bond of passion existing between wizarding rivals the fan fiction community has brought those, sometimes upsetting, stories to life. This silly game is our tribute to those brave writers.







Photo Source: KNOWhomo Moderators Ruth Elizabeth and Rebecca playing with fellow Slash Fiction fan Jacquie of OhSoBlackAndWhite and friends. ‘Flo’ and ‘C.J. Cregg’ cards are Rebecca’s. Sorry, not sorry.

knowhomo:

Board/Card Games That Might Interest You

SLASH : Romance Without BoundariesFollowing from Slash’s Website 

All is fair in love and war and card based party games.

 One True Pairing

Everyone has a soulmate; a partner that completes them. Someone who supports them in the thickest of thick and the thinnest of thin, who loves them unconditionally and electrifies a them with a glance, a smirk or a touch. SLASH is about finding that One True Pairing.

Whether it is a relationship that crosses centuries, continents or literary continuities true matchmaking cannot be constrained by the dictates of logic, propriety or canon.

How to play

Everybody gets a hand of their favorite characters from pop culture, history, and literature. The matchmaker  selects one from her hand and places it face up on the table. Each player in turn selects a possible 'ship  for that character hoping that the matchmaker chooses theirs. But, if she doesn’t you can always narrate the tale of this destined connection to win the favor of the table and overrule the matchmaker.

Why do this

Because fan fic is the best-worst thing ever to appear on the internets. Whether it is transformable robots declaring their love for tormented vampires or a secret bond of passion existing between wizarding rivals the fan fiction community has brought those, sometimes upsetting, stories to life. This silly game is our tribute to those brave writers.

Photo Source: KNOWhomo Moderators Ruth Elizabeth and Rebecca playing with fellow Slash Fiction fan Jacquie of OhSoBlackAndWhite and friends. ‘Flo’ and ‘C.J. Cregg’ cards are Rebecca’s. Sorry, not sorry.
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cerceos:

Alana Jones-Mann | Tumblr

DIY Houseplant Cupcakes

Does this count as “eating your greens”?

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Edinburgh | Ryan Panos

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