i want a back massage, key lime pie, and 4 months of netflix paid for because i completely fully 100% like girls as a Bisexual the fuck. The implication that my attraction to women isn’t as whole is a bogus stale concept that can launch itself into the ocean for a lone giant squid to swallow and immediately puke because no living thing could actually consume that BS
Also while we’re on the subject, someone says someone is gay, don’t question it? Why is it women’s sexualities get put under a damn police interrogation whenever someone tries to say what they are. “I’m a lesbian” convo ends there. Don’t you dare try to imply they could possibly like men if they’re telling you they don’t because that is the same frame of mind that allows guys to think lusting after lesbians because they’re “a challenge” is ok like choke on an actual eggplant please
Being A Magical Practitioner:
1. Question everything you are told and read.
2. Hell even question this post. Only YOU can decide what is right and what
works for you.
3. What may work for someone else may not work for you. What may work for you
may not work for someone else.
4. Your practices are YOUR practices.
1. Ancestral veneration is so important.
2. Communicate with your ancestors daily.
3. They will help and guide you on your journey more than you will ever know.
4. You have several guardian angels and guardian spirits built into your
existence, get to know them.
5. There is magic within you. Embrace your own power.
6. Mind your own magic. You don’t have to do what everyone else is doing. You
don’t have to explain your practices to anyone else. Do you.
1. White candles are fantastic for every single purpose.
2. You can print your own labels for glass candles and glue them on plain glass
candles. You will save money this way in
the long run.
3. You don’t need every single tool to start off with.
4. Water is life. Water keeps the flow of your magic, filters and is a conduit
to you and spirit. Keep clear glasses of water in your home. Change them often.
5. Your altar space doesn’t need to be fancy.
6. You do not need expensive herbs.
7. Mirrors and Magnets are the best tools closest to crystals to magnify and
amplify your magic.
8. The bible is a book full of spells and divination.
1. You can get most of the herbs you need from your local super market and
2. Salt: Protection or cursing. Various Powdered Peppers: Protection and
Cursing. Cinnamon: Money and Lust work. Basil: Money and Luck. Bay Leaves:
Protection and Granted Wishes. Rosemary: Protection. Chamomile: Peaceful Home
Workings. Cloves: Protection, Love, Control and Bindings. Eucalyptus:
Cleansing. Thyme: Purification, Healing.
1. Do Floor Washes in odd numbers. One series to remove the negativity and one
series to bring in good energy.
2. Curse Killer Floor Wash: Hot Water, Ammonia, Lemon, Salt (optional)
Open Roads Floor Wash: Cold Water, Florida Water, Parsley, Mint Leaves, Coconut
Water (Strained of pulp)
1. Cigar or tobacco smoke is a great alternative to sage sticks.
2. You can cleanse yourself with an egg
and a glass of water.
3. You can cleanse yourself with lemons, limes and oranges.
4. When cleansing your home make sure to open your windows and doors.
5. Start from the back of the home towards the front and then to various rooms
to confuse the negative energy.
6. A can of beer and salt will cleanse your aura.
7. When you cleanse yourself, make sure to replace what you removed with good
1. You do not need to purchase branded powders from metaphysical shops.
Money/luck powder: Bank dirt, Shredded
currency and corn starch.
Love/Passion powder: Rose petals, Cinnamon and corn starch.
Open Roads powder: Dirt from four corners of a crossroads and corn starch. Add
three dimes to bottom of container.
Cursing Powder: Graveyard dirt from criminals grave, black pepper, red pepper,
Protection Powder: Church Dirt, Psalm 91 passage from bible, Psalm 23 from the
bible grinded into a powder.
1. Do not buy oils from the botanicas and metaphysical shops. Most are made
with mineral oil, a synthetic fragrance and colorant. If you want that, Get
yourself some baby oil, food coloring and scented fragrance oil of your
choosing. I wouldn’t recommend it though.
2. Get yourself some Olive oil, Sunflower oil, Grapeseed oil and Vegetable oil
at the supermarket along with some Vitamin E oil for preservative. You can make
your own charged oils with herbs and a few glass bottles.
3. My favorite simple oils:
Lust Oil: Sunflower oil base, Vitamin E, Cinnamon stick, red rose petals, and Vanilla
Money Oil: Grapeseed oil base, Vitamin E, Cinnamon stick, nutmeg, basil and
Protection Oil: Olive Oil base, Vitamin E, Rosemary, Basil, Eucalyptus
Life Force Oil: For when you need extra power in your magic. Olive oil base, 3
drops of blood.
Blessing Oil: Olive Oil, Vitamin E and Psalm 91 torn from the bible.
1. You do not have to have a deity in your practice.
2. You can practice secular magic. Secular magic is a practice that does not
refer to, venerate and otherwise “work with” any deities (or, in some cases,
any supernatural beings at all). This is perfectly okay.
3. If working with deity, never promise what you can’t provide.
4. Feed your spirits and deities. This can be with food, alcohol, energy,
light, darkness, anything.
5. Know the spirits and deities you are working with.
6. Listen to your intuitive pulls when it concerns your deity.
7. No one can tell you the right or wrong way to worship and work with your
deity BUT you should learn their mythos and their base wants, needs and what
Misc Magic Info:
1. Your magic will not punish you because you can’t practice every single day.
We are human, and sometimes life gets the best of us. It is okay.
2. Magic should never ever replace mental and physical health diagnosis and
services from healthcare professionals.
3. “Black magic” is a racist term used to demonize the practices of people of
color that are seen as “barbaric” or “uncivilized” to Europeans. Therefore “White
magic” is considered good and “black magic” is considered bad. Energy is
energy. Do not allow anyone to dictate your practice. That racist term is
bullshit. Our melanin is magic. Our cultures and our roots are power.
4. You can purchase a Tarot deck from Amazon. You don’t need it gifted to you.
5. ALWAYS have a fire extinguisher in your home.
6. NEVER leave candles unattended in your home.
7. Coffee grounds speed up work.
8. Meditate. Leave the fuckery of the day at the end of the day. You will thank
yourself in the long run.
9. Keep info to yourself. Not everyone needs to know what you are doing or all
your secrets. 10. Do not bring your shoes into your home.
Full day of eating in New York City :)
We had a pizza date at noon but we wanted to get some nutrients in before that so we got smoothies with beet, apple, ginger and lime. Then we each had 3 or 4 slices of AMAZING vegan pizza (at Two Boots Pizza). Seriously, it was so so yummy! For dinner we shared summer rolls and two buddha bowls and then we each had two of these So Delicious ice creams which were HEAVEN!
In light of season 3 releasing soon and planning a viewing party with some of my friends, I recently started thinking about making themed drinks after certain characters and what-not (seeing as I’m the designated bartender of my friend group lol). There’s obviously TONS of different drinks you can make to fit a character, but I took a bit of liberty to fantasize what drinks I’d love to make (had I the time and money); these aren’t arbitrary choices either. I primarily chose drinks that I thought reflected certain character aspects, so I’ve included a small analysis along with each drink choice.
note: for practical reasons (like if ppl actually wanted to make themed drinks) I’ve included both a simplified mixed drink alternative (which, let’s be real, that’s what I’m actually making) AND a non-alcoholic alternative (which are super basic im sorry but it’s the best i could do)
Let’s get mixing!
Shiro – “Boulevardier”
This is one of the few drinks I chose based more on personality than appearance. Most purple cocktails just didn’t quite ring true for Shiro’s full-bodied character, so I went with my gut feeling and started browsing some bourbon based drinks. After going through a few classic recipes, I settled on a Boulevardier. What it contains:
1.5 oz Bourbon
¾ oz Sweet vermouth
¾ oz Campari
Orange or cherry as a garnish
Served over ice optional
Shiro, as a character, radiates a sense of maturity and warmth. He is kind and caring, but knows when to take charge of his team and push harder. The subtle sweet undertones in bourbon and the warmth of dark liquor, I feel, reflect these aspects of his character very well. Sweet vermouth, like bourbon, has those husky, herbal undertones; it’s basically a wine spiked with brandy and slightly sweetened. Campari is a liqueur made from infused herbs and fruit, a sweet and spicy flavor. This is, in essence, a darker drink, and one that is probably an acquired taste; aka, this is not a beginner or casual drink. It’s a drink I think is well suited to our beloved enigmatic leader, the Head of Voltron, pilot of the Black Lion. It has warmth and depth, a complexity of flavors that matches Shiro’s nuances in character.
Practical party alternative: any type of whiskey and coke (though I still recommend bourbon, it tastes better imo); you can also do a spiced rum and coke if you’re not a whiskey person.
Non-alcoholic alternative: honestly? cherry coke or like…diet coke with lime strike me as very Shiro for some reason lol.
Black bean, avocado & sweet potato salad with lime dressing Author: Sara @ Don’t Feed After Midnight Serves: 4
6 small sweet potatoes (approximately 700g), peeled and cut into 2cm cubes
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tsp sweet paprika
1 tsp cayenne pepper
2 400g cans of black beans, drained and rinsed
1 240g can of sweetcorn, drained
2 medium ripe avocados, cubed
2 handfuls of chopped fresh coriander
For the dressing:
The juice of 2 limes
3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
2 tsp agave nectar
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
Pre-heat the oven to 200C.
the sweet potato in a large mixing bowl and add a tablespoon of olive
oil, the paprika and the cayenne pepper. Mix well to ensure that the
potatoes are evenly coated then transfer onto a baking tray lined with
baking paper and roast for approximately 30 minutes until soft.
the black beans, the sweetcorn, the avocado and the chopped coriander
in a large salad bowl and tip in the roasted sweet potato chunks.
the dressing by mixing the lime juice with the olive oil, the agave
nectar and seasoning to taste with sea salt and black pepper.
Add the dressing to the salad and toss to mix. Serve with warm wholemeal pitta bread.
chemical makeup of most humans: Water (35 L), Carbon (20 kg), Ammonia (4 L), Lime (1.5 kg), Phosphorous (800 g), Salt (250 g), Saltpeter(100 g), Sulfur (80 g), Fluorine (7.5 g), Iron (5 g), Silicon (3 g) and trace amounts of 15 other elements.
Part 2 and follow up to my Main 4 as Alcoholic Drinks post bc @earily asked that if I had more drinks for other characters that I share them, and you bet your ass I’ve got more!
(Although I see him more as part of Stan’s gang, I’m gonna include Butters here because I didn’t add him in the main 4 post)
Craig Tucker: Pisco Sour
1 cup Pisco or White Rum
1 cup Guava Nectar
2 Tsp Superfine Sugar
¼ cup Lime Juice
In a glass pitcher combine the Pisco or rum, guava nectar, sugar, and lime juice. Add a few shakes of Angostura bitters; stir well to dissolve sugar. Divide mixture among 4 glasses. add ice; top with a lime wedge and fresh mint. (This drink is traditionally made with egg whites instead of Guava Nectar, but I chose not to do that. If you want to make it the traditional way, just substitute the Guava Nectar for the egg whites! It’ll create a cool little foam on the top if you do!)
It’s been a long-standing debate in the fandom whether Craig is a bitter asshole or a guinea pig loving dork. But let’s be honest, the answer is probably a little bit of both! Like Craig, this drink is a little sweet and a little sour. Light and limey, but still strong! Not to mention it’s also the national drink of Peru, so if you’re a fan of the “adopted Craig” headcanon, then this one holds double significance!
Tweek Tweak: Spiked Thai Iced Coffee
Strong Black Regular Ground Coffee (Enough to brew 4 cups)
4 Tbsp Sugar
4 Tbsp Heavy Cream
2 Tsp Ground Cardamom
3 ounces Amaretto
Add the cardamom to the ground coffee. Brew the coffee according to makers instructions. Pour the coffee into a pitcher or large glass. Add the sugar and Amaretto, and stir to combine. Fill four 12 ounce glasses with crushed ice. Pour the coffee into each glass and top each with 1 tablespoon of cream.
It wouldn’t be Tweek without coffee! This drink is sweet and spicy, just the right thing to calm you when the anxiety is hitting hard. But luckily it’s still light enough that it won’t give you a case of the GAH jitters.
Clyde Donovan: TheCrybaby
1.5 oz. Breuckelen Glorious Gin
1 oz. Sour Beer
½ oz. Rosemary Syrup
½ oz. Lemon Juice
¼ oz. Yogurt Whey
In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine Breuckelen Glorious Gin, Sour Beer, Rosemary Syrup, Lemon Juice, and Yogurt Whey and shake. Mist with angostura bitters and garnish with a rosemary sprig. Serve neat.
A seriously sour sip to drown the pain of rejection, family deaths, and realizing that there’s no glory in being a pirate (Poor Clyde!). This drink is a little heavier than most others, but if you feel like bursting into tears it could be just what you need!
Token Black: Chocolate Coquito
1 can (13.5 oz) Coconut Milk
1 and ½ Bars (3.5 oz) Bittersweet Dark Chocolate
1 can (15 oz) Coconut Cream
1 can (14 oz) Condensed Milk
½ cup Evaporated Milk
2 Tsp Vanilla Extract
½ Tsp Ground Cinnamon
½ Tsp Ground Nutmeg
2 cups Light Rum
Break chocolate into medium pieces and place in a bowl. In a small sauce pan, warm up coconut milk. Once hot, pour over the chocolate and mix well until chocolate has melted and combined with the coconut milk. In a blender, combine chocolate mixture, coconut cream, condensed milk and evaporated milk. Add the vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg. Finally, add the rum. Blend until all is well combined. Pour into glass bottles, seal well and refrigerate. Serve cold in small drink glasses and garnish with a sprinkle of shaved chocolate. Shake well before serving. (Note: This drink will become very thick once it gets cold. Let it sit out about 15 minutes before serving to thin it a bit.)
Dark and rich, sweet but not too sweet, with a calming effect and plenty of personality, now that’s a Token drink! Dark chocolate has also been shown to have brain boosting benefits, which even the naturally gifted Token wouldn’t mind, I’m sure! Should balance out the brain stupidifying properties of alcohol! …right?
Jimmy Valmer: Anabolic Steroid (Shot)
Hold a spoon against the side of the shot glass and allow the alcohol to gently pour onto the back of the spoon into the glass.The Blue Curaçao goes in first so you don’t need to do the ‘back of the spoon’ trick. Fill it about one third of the way up the glass. Next get your Midori, if it helps, rather than pour from the bottle you can pour some Midori into the Midori lid and then pour that onto the back of the spoon really really really slowly. It might look like it’s mixing but if you look from the side you can see there is a difference between the blue & green. So again, another third of the glass is filled and then finally you want to do the same with the Cointreau. Slowly filling the shot glass until you get to the top.
No, this isn’t real steroids like the ones Jimmy used to try to win the Special Olympics, but it’ll make you feel like a w-w-winner regardless! Its vibrancy and fun look is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
Butters Stotch: Topical Painkiller
2 ounces Dark Rum
1 ½ ounces Coconut Milk
3 ounces Orange Juice
3 ounces Pineapple Juice
Pineapple Wedge and Cherry to garnish
Fill cocktail shaker about half full with ice cubes. Add Dark Rum, Coconut Milk, Orange Juice, and Pineapple Juice, seal and shake. Pour into a small cocktail glass filled with ice and serve.
Sweet, fruity, and seemingly innocent, but with quiet a bit of feistiness! And after being the butt of so many jokes and suffering parental abuse for as long as he has, well, Butters could probably use some (tropical) painkillers.
Well, that’s it for this one! I guess if people like these, the next post will be drinks for the ladies of South Park!
I recently made this for a party and all my friends seemed to love it (I had none left at the end of the night!). I’ve been thinking how to witch-ify it, and I have a bit of an idea, but please let me know if you can think of anything else!
1 bottle raspberry Smirnoff vodka
1 bottle orange Smirnoff vodka
1 ½ gallon raspberry lemonade
6 pack strawberry blonde beer (I had Shiner Strawberry Blonde, but if that’s not available in your area, Redd’s Strawberry Ale should be a good substitute)
3 or 4 limes
1.5 gallon container, bowl, or drink dispenser (whatever you have available tbh)
Directions: Pour approx. 1/3 of a bottle of raspberry vodka into a 1.5 gallon (or larger) bowl or drink dispenser. Then, pour approx. ½ bottle of orange vodka into the container. Next, add the whole ½ gallon of raspberry lemonade. Fill the rest of container with strawberry beer (It took about 5 beers to fill the remainder of my 1.5 gallon dispenser). Cut 3 to 4 limes into small slices and add to the mixture. Grab a wooden spoon and mix in a clock wise motion to rid the room of impurities. Serve at room temp or over ice!
Warning: THIS PUNCH IS STRONG, and will sneak up on you!
Perfect for Litha or Lughnassad, but also good for any summer party!
1 oz. (30ml) Strawberry Liqueur
1 ½ oz. (45ml) Dragonfruit Rum
½ oz. (15m) Lime Juice
2 oz. (60ml) Lemon Lime Soda
1. Muddle strawberry in glass. Add strawberry slices and strawberry liqueur.
2. Add ice halfway up your glass before adding some dragon fruit balls. Add more ice.
3. Pour dragon fruit rum, lime juice and lemon-lime soda.
4. Garnish with strawberry slices, dragon fruit balls and whole strawberry. Enjoy!