Fairylights in Summer

ego-x:

papa-scotch:

cinematicinsomniac:

fyeahlilbitoeverything:

marchingjaybird:

Some genius replaced the music in the Party Rock video with the cantina song from Star Wars and it matches perfectly

BEST.

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SWEET ROLLERS.

Crying

theinvincibleoctopus:

 

thumbtackjuicyfruitspork:

You know when an fast angry song comes on that you know every word to comes on and you’re in just the right mood that you’re eyes light up with the fire and angst of a thousand punk rockers and you just feel so alive

different types of elves   [X]

requested by sunnyworldandbeautifulflowers

silencingthedrums:

my favorite part of conventions

silencingthedrums:

my favorite part of conventions

thorinthesassmaster:

I love the Eurovision because the rest of Tumblr just sits around in various states of confusion and Europe is just like

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Do you want to build a snowman? 

It was the end of the day that we shot the scene in the middle of Thor between Odin and Loki in the vault when he finds out the truth of his origins. At the end of that day Ken Branagh came up to me and said, ‘You were brilliant today and I’m very proud of you’ and then on the way past, Tony Hopkins tapped Ken on the shoulder and said, ‘He’s alright, isn’t he, this kid, he’s alright’.

Tom Hiddleston on the proudest moment of his career. (via fyeahhiddles)

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valderie:

damnguido:

escapekit:

London Panoramics

Uk based photographer Julian Calverley recently spent 3 long days shooting panoramic back plates in London. Each final piece consists of 3 stitched 80 mpxl files, so the resulting images reveal a truly stunning level of detail.

take me backk :/

grabby hands

johnlocksholmies:

sweetlittlekitty:

SAID JOHN BUT BITCHILY

i love BAMF!John so much

the-travelling-hobbit:

When I go to a new country, I love getting to know some of the music, bands and artists that people listen to. Thankfully I had some friends who introduced me to some of the music, so here are some of the artists and songs I constantly listen to at the moment. Tiki Taane, Graeme James and Gin…

the-travelling-hobbit:

During my first week at work in Kindergarten in New Zealand, several kids and teachers were surprised that I didn’t know what Lolly cake was. Craig quickly rectified this and taught me how to make it one afternoon. It’s easy to make and very sweet, but delicious…even if I could only eat so much at a time. If you need a new recipe, this is a nice one to try :)

Lolly cake is a Kiwi tradition. Lollies used in the recipe are Fruit Puffs which are like firm, but slightly chewy, fruity marshmallows. Malt biscuits and coconut finish off the masterpiece.
To make Lolly Cake, you will need:
120 g butter250 g malt biscuits (one packet)180 g of Eskimoes or Fruit Puffs (one packet) or marshmallows or banana lollies 200 g (1/2 can) sweetened condensed milk100 g shredded coconut Pinch of cinnamon (optional)
How to make Lolly Cake:
Crush the biscuits. They don’t need to be a fine dust, some pieces can be left partially smushed to give the cake a nicer texture.
Mix in cinnamon, if you want it.
Warm the butter and condensed milk in the microwave for 30 seconds until the butter is very soft. It’s ok if the butter melts a bit. Allow to cool if it’s too hot – you don’t want to melt the fruit puffs/Eskimos.
Cut the fruit puffs in half if you want or leave them whole.
Mix the fruit puffs with the crushed biscuits, add the butter and condensed milk. Mix well.
Scoop up the mixture and roll it into a log shape, or take small amounts and roll into little balls. Alternatively, you can press into a slice tin and cover with fine layer of coconut.
Roll in the shredded coconut until the log or each ball is completely covered.
Place on a tray in the refrigerator and wait for it to harden. This takes a few hours. Put plastic wrap over the tray to keep the lolly cake moist.

the-travelling-hobbit:

During my first week at work in Kindergarten in New Zealand, several kids and teachers were surprised that I didn’t know what Lolly cake was. Craig quickly rectified this and taught me how to make it one afternoon. It’s easy to make and very sweet, but delicious…even if I could only eat so much at a time. If you need a new recipe, this is a nice one to try :)

Lolly cake is a Kiwi tradition. Lollies used in the recipe are Fruit Puffs which are like firm, but slightly chewy, fruity marshmallows. Malt biscuits and coconut finish off the masterpiece.

To make Lolly Cake, you will need:

120 g butter
250 g malt biscuits (one packet)
180 g of Eskimoes or Fruit Puffs (one packet) or marshmallows or banana lollies 
200 g (1/2 can) sweetened condensed milk
100 g shredded coconut 
Pinch of cinnamon (optional)

How to make Lolly Cake:

  • Crush the biscuits. They don’t need to be a fine dust, some pieces can be left partially smushed to give the cake a nicer texture.
  • Mix in cinnamon, if you want it.
  • Warm the butter and condensed milk in the microwave for 30 seconds until the butter is very soft. It’s ok if the butter melts a bit. Allow to cool if it’s too hot – you don’t want to melt the fruit puffs/Eskimos.
  • Cut the fruit puffs in half if you want or leave them whole.
  • Mix the fruit puffs with the crushed biscuits, add the butter and condensed milk. Mix well.
  • Scoop up the mixture and roll it into a log shape, or take small amounts and roll into little balls. Alternatively, you can press into a slice tin and cover with fine layer of coconut.
  • Roll in the shredded coconut until the log or each ball is completely covered.
  • Place on a tray in the refrigerator and wait for it to harden. This takes a few hours. Put plastic wrap over the tray to keep the lolly cake moist.

thrillingtales:

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