350 notes

My nayme is Cowe,🐄
The grasse I eate,🌱
The sunne is warm,🌞
The aire is sweete,🌬

I luv my friends,❤
The cowes and sheep,🐄🐑
In day we romp,🐄
At nighte we sleep,🐮😴

We slumber then,🐮😴
At least so thinks🤔
The human men,👬

In eeriye mist,🌫
I care'flly go😐
A bovine tryste 🐄
(The men don’t knowe),👬😯

A Cowe I like,🐄
Who likes me backe,🐂
She’s white and browne,🐂
I’m white and blacke,🐄

I have but one☝️
Detail to say,😊
I lik her head,🐄😛🐂
This Cowe is gaye :) 🐄❤️💛💚💙💜🐂

And such concludes🙋🏽
My poeme nowe,📝
The storye of📖
Lesbiane Cowe.💖🐄💖🐄💖🐄💖

  • My child: mommy why is my cousin called diamond
  • Me: bc your aunt loves diamonds
  • My child: what about me?
  • Me: be quiet April 25, 2017

i update it very often so it’s all up to date! x (feel free to reblog/like!)

i figured i’d just put the notes next to them - starting at +100 (in case anyone looks at that before reading) instead of adding different symbols next to them :)

Peter Parker/Spiderman x reader 

               ⚓  PART 2   (+150 notes)  

               ⚓  PART 3   (+150 notes)

Bucky Barnes/The Winter Soldier x reader

Tom Holland x reader

Draco Malfoy x reader

Sirius Black x reader

             ⚓  PART 2 - coming soon!

Zach Dempsey x reader

  • “Stupid tapes” - Zach doesn’t want to tell his girlfriend about the tapes and she has enough and then Bryce Walker makes things even worse.(+450 notes)

              ⚓  PART 2 (+250 notes)

Interesting quotes from Dan and Phil play gang beasts

-“get off my butt”

-“I’m gonna bang you”

-“I’ve got you by the fuckin dick”

-“oh shit, he’s picked me up”

-“pick up Phil. Lift Phil.”

-“it looks like we’re breeding”

-“what the fruck”

-“I’m all about the role playing”

-“oh. OH.”

-“stay away from my timbers”

-“get off my frill”

-“yes-YES. Grab. Grab. LiFT.”

-“oh shit we’re together”

-“get your hand out from underneath my legs”

-“I’m holding you by the ass”


i went into my folders and dug out my super old comic wip from what happened at the party (these are from…….march they look so bad im cryin) bu T

+ the line that made me want 2 Scream

what about matching tattoos
what about wellington
what about “louis’ boyfriend”
what about next to you
what about chicken stuffed with mozzarella wrapped in parma ham with a side of homemade mash
what about the rose has already been taken care of
what about all his little things
what about im in love with lou
what about i can’t compete with my boyfriend
what about salt and vinegar
what about oops hi
what about are you and louis dating
what about even as young as you are
what about “would you rather be with one of these guys?” “no”
what about we kind of share that really
what about birds don’t have eyebrows
what about kiss me you fool
what about my first real crush was louis tomlinson
what about its mutual we’ve discussed it
what about always in my heart

what about the fact that louis and harry are in love and have been for five fucking years.

Friendly Neighbor - Steve Rogers X Reader



Summary: You encounter some struggle whilst moving and end up getting some help from Captain America himself, who also happens to be your new neighbor.

Warnings: None.

Words: 1 721

A/N: Woah okay so Phantom has gotten 350+ notes in about 24 hours and so much positive feedback and kind comments?? Thank you so much??????

Either way, here’s a stupid Steve thing I had in mind that is in no way original.

Originally posted by cinemacinemagraphs

She got out of the truck, thanking the guy from the moving firm for the ride. He blew her off and walked to the back instead and began unloading her boxes and the little furniture she had brought such as a couch and a table with two chairs. She asked if she could help and the middle aged man bitterly spat that she would only be in his way.

When all of her things were blocking the sidewalk, he began heading for the driver’s seat and her eyebrows furrowed. “Hey, hey? I need help carrying them up!”

“You only paid for transport, darling. Bringing it inside costs fifty bucks extra.”

“Fifty bucks to carry a few boxes and some furniture up?” She crossed her arms, wondering how the man had the nerve to rip her off like that.

“I’ll do it for ten if you show a little lovin’…” He said after a few moments with a disgusting grin and she could practically feel her body gravitating towards him to punch him in the junk, but someone intervened.

“Hey!” A man who had exited the building of her new apartment called out. He was a head taller than the truck guy with three times the muscles on top of that. “Go rip off someone else.”

The truck guy rolled his eyes but scurried into the truck as the man took a few quick and intimidating strides forward. The truck drove away and the stranger turned towards Y/N. “Some people, huh?”

“Yeah… Thanks, by the way, for that. He was a jerk.” She sighed hopelessly and looked at all of her stuff which surrounded her. “I’m Y/N.”

“Steve.” He shook her hand with a warm smile. “Are you moving in? Apartment 4B?”

“That would be me.”

“Then meet your neighbor.” He chuckled and showed his pearl white teeth. “You have the apartment next to mine.”

“Well well, seems my luck today is turning around.” She pursed her lips into a sly smile and Steve laughed lightly, liking her confidence. His eyes looked down and scanned over the many boxes and furniture.

“Let me help you with all of this.” He said and motioned for her stuff. She shook her head, crossing her hands back and forth to tell him no further.

“I can’t ask that of you.”

“You’re not asking anything, I volunteered.” He smirked and she rolled her eyes as he picked up one of the heavy boxes effortlessly. His muscles strained under his tight shirt yet he was unfazed by the weight of the box he carried which contained all of her plates and cutlery by the sound of it. “You stay here and guard your stuff whilst I get these up.”

She narrowed her eyes and he looked back at her in confusion, not being able to read her expression. “I feel like you’re being too nice… Guys these days aren’t this kind to a stranger like me.”

Steve wasn’t a guy from those days however. Also, Y/N was gorgeous. It was the first thing he had noticed about her. She was absolutely stunning. If he had any chance to get on her good side, he would.

“I’m just helping the damsel in distress.” He joked as she seemed to like it and also be mature enough to handle it.

“Well…” She took a seat in one of the chaos placed on the pavement and held the back of her hand against her forehead like she was giant. “I do feel a bit… Distressed.”

He laughed, shaking his head before proceeding to head inside and walk up the stairs. He got to his own floor, which had also become Y/N’s, and put her box down before hurrying back downstairs.

When he got out again, she wasn’t sitting in the chair but was gathering he boxes to clear the sidewalk for the pedestrians. She noticed Steve was back and her smile returned.

“My knight in shining armor.” She teased as he grabbed another box. He went on like that, grabbing box after box and eventually her small table and the two stairs. Lastly, there was the couch which was the only thing left by the street.

The sun had begun to set and Steve was starting to get tired of carrying all of her things up four floors.

“Let’s do this, yeah? Team work.” She said and put her hands underneath the sofa on one end.

“Are you sure you can-”

“Yes, Steve. Let’s go.” She said in a hurry as she had already began to lift the couch. Steve rushed to grab a hold of his end and they began to move it inside carefully. He tried to make it easier for her by moving his hands further in and therefor taking more of the weight, but she still struggled.

After taking a break on the second floor and continuous struggle, they finally managed to get it up to their floor. Y/N opened up the door to her apartment and moving everything from the hallway and inside was nothing compared to what they had done already, or at least what Steve had.

“Thank you so much, Steve.” She confessed as Steve put down the last box in her empty living room. “I don’t know what I would have done without you.”

“You’d be struggling with the second box.” He joked and laughed as she nudged his upper arm with her shoulder as they stood next to one another. He looked across her small apartment, which was still the same size as his own, when something hit him. “Where are you going to sleep?”

She had seen that being an issue but had postponed it as far as she could. “I guess the couch. I’ll have to go looking for a bed this week.”

“Hey, you can borrow a mattress. No offense, but that thing doesn’t look very comfortable.” He nudged his head at the brown leather couch.

“You’ve done enough.”

“I insist.” He made it final. He didn’t allow her to say anything else but he walked out of the open door to her apartment and went down to his own.

Y/N began to unpack, moved the table and chairs close to the kitchen. She wondered what she had done to get lucky enough to run into Steve. The gods must have been on her side to send such a handsome and kind man to her rescue. She almost didn’t dare to believe it had actually happened. It felt too good to be true.

Steve returned with a thick mattress already clad in bedsheets. He carried it into the bedroom as he knew exactly where it was and put it down on the floor. “Do you have pillows and covers?”

“Yeah they’re in one of the boxes.” She assured and looked up at Steve as his eyes slowly moved to hers. She put her hands on his shoulders and leaned up to his face, pressing her lips to his cheek and feeling him rest his hand on her arm for the moment. “Thank you, again.”

“Don’t worry about it.” He promised but it wasn’t enough for her.

“Do you prefer whiskey or whine? Actually, don’t answer that. I’m buying you both to show that I’m thankful for your help.” She crossed off an imaginary list in the air.

He rolled his eyes again but it warmed his heart how nice she was. “You’ve already thanked me twice. I think that suffices.”

“Well I don’t.” She wandered into the kitchen where she had opened up the box of the little foods that she could bring with her. There was pasta, a bag of chips, some cookies, baking ingredients and a six pack of warm beer. “Want a beer that’s spent five hours in a warm truck?”

Steve laughed, allowing himself to take a seat in her sofa. “I’m alright, thanks.”

She shrugged, taking the pack and putting it in the fridge instead before she made her way over the the couch and took a seat at the other end. “So Steve, if that’s even your real name…” She made her voice comedically darker and earned yet another chuckle from Steve’s part. “Who are you? I mean, apart from being a box-carrying gentleman.”

He huffed, feeling his cheeks heat up slightly at her compliment. “Well, I’m Steve Rogers. I’ve lived here for about three years now, originally from Brooklyn.”

She kicked her shoes off and curled her legs up to her chest. “What do you do?”

He cleared his throat. He would have hoped she wouldn’t have asked, but he had asked for too much. Of course she was going to ask, no matter how much he hoped and prayed she wouldn’t. He wanted to be honest. He liked her a lot already and lying was definitely not something he wanted to do merely an hour after first meeting her.

“Okay, I actually have to be honest with you. I don’t want to lie.” Y/N practically stole the words from Steve’s mouth. He stared at her anxiously, waiting for her to continue. “I might recognize you… Actually, I recognize you a lot. I didn’t want to say anything cause I bet you moved here to get away from all of, that.”

“No, it’s okay. I’m glad you do…” He interrupted her. “And I’m glad you came clean first cause I was just about to come up with some weird excuse for a job that wouldn’t have been very believable, if I know myself.”

She chuckled this time. She had began to realize who he was when she felt like she had seen her before but also noticed how strong he was, even for a guy his size. It didn’t matter to her, though. Captain America or not, he was still nice Steve from next-door who helped her get her stuff into her apartment.

She laid in bed, or on the mattress that Steve had lent her. It smelled vaguely of cologne but it smelled heavily of him in general. Little did she know, that only a thin wall away, Steve’s bedroom had only an empty bed frame in the center. Steve laid with his legs dangling off the edge of his couch with a big smile on his face as he couldn’t have possibly imagined a better neighbor than Y/N.


Beltane, May Day, Food Recipes


2 Tablespoons Fresh Chives, snipped

Blanch the asparagus in lightly salted boiling water for about 3 minutes or until crisp-tender; do not overcook. Refresh under very cold water and drain well. Remove the chive stalks to separate the flowers. In a skillet, heat the oil over medium heat and add the sesame seed. Stir for 1 minute, add the snipped chives, and stir for 1 minute more. Add the asparagus and soy sauce to the skillet with a few pinches of salt and generous grindings of pepper; stir well, cover, and cook for a minute or so. Remove the lid, sprinkle the chive blooms over the asparagus, and cover for 1 to 2 minutes so that the chive blooms steam briefly. Stir lightly and taste for seasoning. Serve hot. Comments: Bright lavender chive blossoms begin to bloom in the garden about the time the asparagus bed is at its peak. Hence, this is a natural combination and a simply tasty dish. Since chive blossoms are so strong in flavor, add them at the last minute in this recipe.

Source: FLOWERS IN THE KITCHEN by Susan Belsinger


2-3 LB chicken breasts on the bone

1 LB leeks (3-4 large ones, 4-5 little ones) thickly cut. May substitute onions

Comment: This is originally an Anglo-Saxon recipe. The original calls for rabbit,

In a large Dutch Oven, melt the butter, then fry the leeks and garlic in the butter. Add the chicken and brown. Add remaining ingredients, reserving the sage. Bring to a boil, then reduce and simmer for 1 to 1-½ hours. Remove chicken from pot and let cool. Remove meat from bones and add back to the pot. Add sage. Stir well and serve. Serves 8


12 ounces Pork tenderloin, cut into 1" rounds

1 Tablespoon Green peppercorns, ground

¼ cup butter, chilled & cut into pieces

Season pork with salt and pepper. Coat in flour; shake off excess. Melt 2 Tablespoons butter in heavy skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion and garlic and saute until golden brown, about 5 minutes. Transfer mixture to bowl. Melt remaining 2 Tablespoons butter in same skillet over medium-high heat. Add pork and saute about 4 minutes per side. Transfer pork to plate; tent with foil to keep warm. Add onion mixture, wine, green peppercorns and herbs to same skillet and boil until sauce thickens, about 4 minutes. Add pork to skillet and heat through. Divide pork among plates. Add ¼ cup chilled butter to sauce in skillet and whisk just until melted. Mix in pine nuts. Spoon sauce over pork

1 Dishpan full of young dandelion leaves

Wash, drain, and cut up tender dandelion leaves. Brown bacon; remove drippings and crumble Combine sugar and flour. Add egg, salt, vinegar, and water and mix until smooth. Pour into bacon drippings and heat, stirring constantly until mixture thickens. Pour warm dressing over dandelion. add crumbled bacon and hard boiled eggs. Toss lightly and serve immediately.

Preheat oven to 375 degrees, and combine:

When dough is worked to medium soft, shape into flattened balls and place on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake until golden brown, about 20 minutes. Cool, ice with white Solar Cross. You could try this as a single loaf. I also like to make an almond biscuit with biscuit mix, almond extract, sugar, cinnamon, and eggs, but in smaller proportions.

Source: Ann Moura Aoumiel’s book Green Witchcraft: Folk Magic, Fairy Lore & Herb Craft, Llewellyn Publications, 1996

Elder Flower Fritters- Medieval England

The French use elder flowers to pack apples. They claim that this enhances the

2 cups elder flowers, freshly picked & cleaned

Mix the egg, rose water, honey, & brandy in a medium sized bowl. Stir in the flour & cinnamon; the batter should resemble slightly thick pancake batter. If the batter is too thin, add a little more flour; if too thick, add more brandy. Fold in the elder flowers. Fry like pancakes or drop by the teaspoon into a deep-fat-fryer until golden brown. Serve with a sprinkling of orange water & fresh lemon, or dip into fresh sweet cream. Yield: About 2 dozen Note: If you are not using self-rising flour, add 1 teaspoon baking powder & ½ teaspoon salt. Variation: If you can’t find elder flowers, substitute 1 cup finely diced apples & a hint of fresh mint for similar magical effects.

Magical Attributes: Protection from Faery folk, trust, beauty, energy for attraction, & magical ambience.

Can also be eaten on Lammas, St. Valentines Day, or Hallows

These cakes are not unlike those made on the night before Beltane by women around the turn of the century. These cakes were left in the garden to please

Beat the wine and egg in a medium bowl. Combine the flour, cinnamon, salt & sugar in a small bowl. Stir into the egg mixture. Let stand 30 minutes. Combine the honey & nutmeg in a small bowl. Heat ½-inch of the oil in a frying pan until hot, but not smoking. Drop the batter into the oil 1 tablespoon at a time; fry until golden brown. Drain on paper towels. Dip into the honey.

1 C Assorted Edible Flower Petals- small pieces Cream the Butter. Sift flour and add gradually to the butter. Beat the egg yolks until thick and lemon colored, add sugar gradually. Combine mixtures. Beat egg whites until stiff to add to mixture. Sift baking powder over mixture beat thoroughly. Fold in fresh flower pieces. Turn into a buttered deep cake pan, bake one hour at 350 degrees. Note: Garnish with fresh flowers. Beltane Lemon Curd Mousse Cake To make the shortbread cookie crumbs for the crust, seal the cookies in a heavy plastic bag and use a rolling pin to crush them into fine crumbs. Servings: Makes 10 to 12 servings.

1 ½ sticks unsalted butter, cut into ½-inch cubes

2 cups shortbread cookie crumbs- about 7 ½ ounces

1 ½ cups chilled heavy whipping cream Lemon slices, cut into quarters for garnish

Mix sugar and cornstarch in heavy large saucepan. Gradually add lemon juice, whisking until all cornstarch dissolves. Whisk in eggs and yolks. Add butter. Stir over medium heat until curd thickens and boils, about 12 minutes. Transfer to medium bowl. Chill until cold, at least 6 hours - Can be made 1 week ahead. Press plastic wrap onto surface of curd and keep chilled.

Preheat oven to 350°F. Spray bottom of 8-inch-diameter springform pan with nonstick spray. Blend cookie crumbs and butter in small bowl. Press onto bottom of pan. Bake until golden, about 15 minutes. Cool.

Pour 5 tablespoons water into small saucepan. Sprinkle gelatin evenly over. Let stand until gelatin softens, about 15 minutes. Meanwhile, place 1 ¾ cups lemon curd in large bowl. Stir ¾ cup curd in another small saucepan over medium-low heat until very warm. Stir gelatin mixture over medium-low heat until dissolved and liquid is clear-do not boil. Whisk warm gelatin mixture into ¾ cup warm curd. Gradually whisk gelatin-curd mixture into curd in large bowl. Using electric mixer, beat egg whites in medium bowl until soft peaks form. Gradually add sugar, beating until whites are thick and glossy. Fold whites into curd mixture in 3 additions. Using same beaters, beat cream in another medium bowl until peaks form. Fold into egg white-curd mixture in 3 additions. Pour enough mousse over cooled crust to fill pan completely. Pour remaining mousse into small bowl and reserve. Cover and chill mousse cake, reserved mousse, and remaining curd overnight. Using long thin knife, cut around cake to loosen. Remove pan sides. Gently spread ¾ cup of remaining curd over cake. Transfer reserved mousse to pastry bag fitted with small star tip. Pipe rosettes of mousse around top edge of cake. Chill cake until ready to serve- Can be made up to 8 hours ahead. Arrange lemon slices between rosettes. Cut cake into wedges.

From Bon Appetit

3 c Sliced fresh or frozen Strawberry Mix together oatmeal, flour and brown sugar. Add nuts. Cut in butter or margarine until crumbly. In another bowl, mix strawberries and white sugar together. Grease an 8" square pan. Spread half the crumb mixture on bottom. Cover with strawberries. Spread remaining crumb mixture over top. Bake at 350 deg F oven for 45 minutes. Serve warm or cold with whipped cream or topping.

1-3oz package softened cream cheese

Beat cream cheese and butter until smooth.

Mix in flour. Gather dough into two balls, chill one hour. Roll out dough, cutting 2" disks out with cutter. Spoon ¼" of jam into center of disc. Gather edges into three equally spaced corners-like a tricorn hat and roll points over slightly, pinching shut. Bake at 375 degrees until golden brown, about 15 to 20 minutes. Tasty jam: rhubarb ginger, apricot, cherry, etc.

from Wicca:A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner, by Scott Cunningham

1 cup un sprayed marigold petals

Using a clean mortar and pestal reserved for cooking purposes, pound marigold petals. Or, crush with a spoon. Mix the salt sugar and spices together. Scald milk with the marigolds and the vanilla bean. Remove the vanilla bean and add the egg yolks and dry ingredients. Cook on low heat. When the mixture coats a spoon, add rose water and cool. Top with whipped cream. Garnish with fresh

In a large nonreactive pot, add the next four ingredients to the gallon of water. Boil all together for 30 minutes, then strain into a crock that will hold it with a little room to spare. When cooled, add the yeast, dissolved in some of the liquid. Allow to ferment in a cool place - 55 degrees is ideal - until it ceases bubbling and the liquor clears, then bottle, cap tightly and store in a cool, dark cellar. It should not be used for at least a month, and longer is better. This meade, unlike many other drinks, does not improve with really long aging, so it should be consumed within a year of the time it was made.

This lovely spring tonic makes good use of pesky weeds to rejuvenate the body with the earth’s reawakening. Dandelions are high in vitamins and legends claim that Hecate once entertained Theses with dandelion water. Magickal Attributes: divination, wind magick, wishes and goals, communicating with the Spirit World.

Clean off the dandelion petals with cool water. In the meantime, warm the orange juice and lemon together, then add dandelions. Make certain you only have petals (no green parts). Add the sugar, stirring constantly until dissolved: strain juices and chill. Add ginger ale for a light bubbly drink. VARIATIONS: Prepare this recipe with lemonade instead of orange juice and juice of one orange instead of a lemon. This is refreshing, purifying quality and poured over crushed ice, is wonderful on a hot summer day.

1 bottle of white wine- German is ideal

Pour wine into a wide mouth jar or carafe. Add the sliced strawberries and woodruff, and let sit for an hour or more. Strain and serve chilled We try to credit all articles but sometimes don’t know where they came from. Some information is our own research and some is sent into us by friends and customers. If you see something here that is yours and your not getting credit for it please contact us and we will add you as the author or remove it if requested. We want to thank everyone for sharing this wonderful information!

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Title: The View
Fandom: Riverdale
Characters: Cheryl Blossom x Reader
Word Count: 350
Warnings: None
Notes: Request from anon for “Could I request a Cheryl x fem! Reader with the prompt ‘Oh, don’t mind me. Just enjoying the view.’” ♥

Originally posted by hellomadzstuff

Dancing had never been your forte. There were way too many things involved in it: arms, legs, torso, hips – there was no possible way for you to do all of that at the same time, and for it to look good. You wholeheartedly commended those who could – such as your girlfriend, Cheryl.

At the present moment, you were sitting cross-legged on the floor of an empty room in Thornhill, watching as Cheryl moved about in various intricate and complex ways before you. She always appreciated having you present when she practiced new cheer routines. She trusted your opinions to be honest, rather than either of her mindless lackeys, or anyone else who either feared her, or just didn’t care (her parents being the latter).

What always awed you about Cheryl was how different she was when it was just the two of you. In public, she was harsh to everyone around her, and although she was never that way with you, she was still nowhere near as kind and considerate as when you two were alone. She was constantly doting on you – “Is the room too hot, or too cold?” “Are you comfortable?” “Are you hungry?” “Is my music too loud for you?” – no matter how often you assured her that if you needed anything, you would let her know. You didn’t mind, though; you knew it was her way of letting you know that she cared.

“Are you sure you don’t want a chair?” Cheryl inquired as she took a brief recess from her practice. The rise and fall of her chest was pronounced as she attempted to regain her breath, and her long, red haired ponytail was now messy, some strands sticking to her forehead with sweat. The skin-tight shorts she wore were enough to make your mind go blank, and the lacking length of them didn’t help, either.

“Oh, really, don’t mind me. I’m just enjoying the view,” you responded, leaning back on your hands with a sly smirk.

Cheryl rolled her eyes, but you could see a smile tugging at the corners of her red lips.


My finalized Kyoshi Island travel poster, I may edit it a bit more to add more of a background to show it’s an island and some other stuff

I also threw in a watermark for the first time because there isnt a spot to put my signature stamp thing :P


WHOOOOOAH 350+ notes! Thanks everyone for spreading my art around, but if anyone is interested, there’s a revised and newly official finished piece for this poster that you can see here!

jasperandgemma  asked:

I am in love with your blog because it is so refreshingly versatile and honest. And it often makes me go and rewatch some of my favourites, which is also great :) If you don't mind me asking: what is your favourite Lewis or Hathaway comeback? (since I'm binge-watching it rn)

Well, since I blog about detectives that are (I’m quoting here)  “kinda old, kinda bald and kinda fat” I’m a bit surprised to hear my work called versatile. I guess we could say it fills a niche? (A very, very small niche.) Anyway, it’s hard to choose a favorite Lewis or Hathaway comeback, but this is one from the final season that I like. I think it nicely sums up Kevin Whately’s 30 years as Robbie Lewis. I also love Lozza’s snark. Anyway, thanks for writing!

anonymous asked:

oh my god when i saw that osomatsu san astrology post i felt like i was having a stroke

honestly me too and also when i went to bed at 4 am last night it had like 350 notes and when i woke up 5 hours later it had almost 1,400 i don’t know how that happened