i want to marry this guy. as soon as he ditches the dog

i want to marry this guy. as soon as he ditches the dog

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soundonsight:

Check out this birth control advertisement featuring Snow White and seven brats #fb

soundonsight:

Check out this birth control advertisement featuring Snow White and seven brats #fb

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npr:

It was my ambition to create cocktails for all three Crawley sisters (because original cocktails for the whole cast, while admirable, might be a bit daunting). First up is Sybil, the youngest, and my (and maybe your) personal favorite. Sybil is so easy to like…she’s sweet without being saccharine, headstrong, and a bit stubborn. For her, I created a cocktail with delicate, rarefied flavors (St. Germain and champagne) that’s grounded with something a bit more everyman (London dry gin). The end product is sweet, lovely, and stronger than you’d expect.
Lady Sybilmakes 1 cocktail1 oz gin3/4 oz St. Germain elderflower liqueurbrut champagne, chilled
Combine the gin and St. Germain over ice. Shake and strain into a flute. Top with champagne. (via Downton Abbey Cocktails: Sybil | The Kitchn)
Related on the Kitchn:
• Downtown Abbey Cocktails: Edith• Downtown Abbey Cocktails: Mary

npr:

It was my ambition to create cocktails for all three Crawley sisters (because original cocktails for the whole cast, while admirable, might be a bit daunting). First up is Sybil, the youngest, and my (and maybe your) personal favorite. Sybil is so easy to like…she’s sweet without being saccharine, headstrong, and a bit stubborn. For her, I created a cocktail with delicate, rarefied flavors (St. Germain and champagne) that’s grounded with something a bit more everyman (London dry gin). The end product is sweet, lovely, and stronger than you’d expect.

Lady Sybil
makes 1 cocktail
1 oz gin
3/4 oz St. Germain elderflower liqueur
brut champagne, chilled

Combine the gin and St. Germain over ice. Shake and strain into a flute. Top with champagne. (via Downton Abbey Cocktails: Sybil | The Kitchn)

Related on the Kitchn:

Downtown Abbey Cocktails: Edith
Downtown Abbey Cocktails: Mary

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livelymorgue:

Aug. 13, 1969: “Data processing cards joined ticker tape in paper blizzard,” read the caption on this photograph, which was published the day after the three Apollo 11 astronauts paraded through New York. The Sanitation Department cleaned up 300 tons of paper the following day. Mayor John V. Lindsay had urged employers to give their workers time to watch the motorcade. The city’s public events commissioner said the turnout was “the biggest ever in the history of New York.” Another article quoted an 8-year-old from Connecticut. “There’s a lot of confetti down there,” he said, “but I don’t see any astronauts.” Photo: Jack Manning/The New York Times

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basemboshra:

I’ve been thinking a lot about young journalists lately. Maybe it’s simply because I’ve been invited to speak to some journalism classes in the past few months and have been impressed by how many bright, intelligent and ambitious young people still want to be part of an industry that few seem…

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notastarvinartist:

Was inspired to write one of these hehe.

  1. They rather hold their bulky camera, than hold hands with you.
  2. On a romantic date, you’ll watch the sun go down and think “Wow this is gorgeous” and they’ll go “mirror lock, tripod, and stop down f/8 at 1/125.”
  3. You’ll never be able to enjoy tv,…

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