bread books

anonymous asked:

sounds like your recurrent depression is just lazy syndrome. who the fuck cries looking at dirty dishes? grow the fuck up jesus chrisy

I’m starting a Lazy Syndrome club! Anyone else who has on occasion cried at inanimate objects and definitely does not have “depression” is very welcome to join! Password is ‘jesus chrisy’ 

so i accidentally typed “breadway” instead of “broadway” and i’m laughing can you imagine:

the bread of mormon

yeastus crust superstar

how to succeed in baking without really frying

jersey buns


the poundcake of music

we will bake you

all cook up

calamity scone

thoroughly modern muffin

spring abakening



Our target has been hit within 24 hours of being live - that means the House of the Rising Bun colouring book WILL be printed.

£100 was the minimum price required to send the colouring book to print, now extra funds will go straight into stretch goals to make the product(s) you receive that EXTRA bit fancy!

Thank you once again for making this first project a reality and stay tuned for the reveal of our added stretch goals! 12 more days remain on this project so any extra proceeds go directly back into supporting this webcomic!

Preorder/Support the Loof and Timmy colouring book on Kickstarter here:

Lisa - House of the Rising Bun

i lik the bred original poem by poem4your_sprog

I read the poem on twitter and really liked it, so I made a little kids book style comic to go along with it! I hope you enjoy :)

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A - Z baby list Dan Howell

Announcement.- How do you tell him and the world that you’re expecting? You told Dan started screaming with excitement after sneaking the pregnancy test into the bathroom. You guys told the world with a cheesy photo of the two of you standing in front of the oven while holding bread.

Books.- Did he read the books? Dan said that books are overrated and that all his information will come from his mother or the internet. That was until you caught him reading the one you had on your side of the bed. “Did you know this book has some actually useful information?” 

Cuddles.- Who cuddles the baby more? Dan does at night in the chair when he is doing anything to get the little human to stop crying. “Please stop crying little pet. Mummy is sleeping and I’m starting to get a little jealous.”

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Can I just rant about Peeta Mellark for a moment, because I'm going to...

Peeta was the boy who…

  • Was never expected to survive his first games. 
  • …Yet outlived his entire family.
  • Came from an abusive home
  • …Yet still managed to be a loving and caring person
  • Survived two Hunger Games
  • Survived physical and psychological torture at the hands of the Captiol
  • Survived a war where he was often a target
  • Was hijacked into thinking the one person he cared for most in the world was the enemy and tried to kill them
  • Realized what the Capitol did to him and told those around him that he was a Capitol monster that needed to be killed. 
  • Went back to take care of the person he loved most and help them recover. 
  • Went back to a district that had hardly any home left for him and rebuilt an entire life there. 
  • Managed to overcome all of the shit he went through and lead a fairly happy life afterwards
  • Surviving all of that when even his own family had written him off for dead. 

Outlived many of his friends, outlived his family, had his home bombed, was tortured, survived two PTSD-inducing televised death matches and managed to lead a decent life and help someone else with their recovery…

If you try to tell me that Peeta Mellark is weak, you need to reevaluate your life and your choices. 

kawaiibookwyrm  asked:

Hey Tumblr Mom, I saw that you may have a wheat allergy of some sorts. I have a gluten allergy and I highly suggest purchasing the book Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in Five Minutes A Day. I have made two loaves of bread from this book and they came out pretty good, a bit undercooked but I don't think it is the recipe more like the crap oven I have. Having a wheat/gluten allergy totally sucks cactus but you will definitely start to feel a bit better.

Thanks darling, I’ve already been primarily living gluten free for the last few years and bake quite well with it. It’s only been recently I put wheat back into my diet on the advice of doctors who told me the risk of wheat being the actual cause of my issues was minuscule and also that allergies didn’t cause the symptoms I was complaining of.

Except they very clearly do, so *shrug emoji*

anonymous asked:

Hello, I have a ligitimamate question about the anarcho- part of your communism. I'm wondering, when you eventually do get to a state of government what's to keep the world from returning to a state of natural chaos? Wouldn't people naturally tend to take from one another like, if my community produced enough for us, what's to keep someone outside from taking all our shit because they've got more guns? I'm trying to find where I fall and that's one of my concerns about any anarcho system.

One of the current objections to Communism and Socialism altogether, is that the idea is so old, and yet it could never be realized. Schemes of ideal States haunted the thinkers of Ancient Greece; later on, the early christians joined in communist groups; centuries later, large communist brotherhoods, came into existence during the Reform movement.

Then, the same ideals were revived during the great English and French Revolutions; and finally, quite  lately, in 1848, a revolution, inspired to a great extent with Socialist ideals took place in France. “And yet, you see,” we are told, “how far away is still the realization of your schemes.  Don’t you think that there is some fundamental  error in your understand of human nature and its needs?”

At first sight this objection seems very serious. However, the moment we consider human history more attentively, it loses its strength. We see, first, that hundreds of millions of men have succeeded in maintaining amongst themselves, in their village communities, for many hundreds of years, one of the main elements of Socialism–the common ownership of the chef instruments of production, the lands, and the apportionment of the same according to the labour capacities of the different families; and we learn that if the communal possessions of the land has been destroyed in Western Europe, it was not from within, but from without, by the governments which created land monopoly in the favor of the nobility and the middle classes.

We learn, moreover, that the medieval cities succeeded in maintaining in their midst for several centuries, in succession a certain socialized organization of production and trade; that these centuries were periods of a rapid intellectual industrial, and artistic profess;  and that the decay of these communal institutions came mainly from the incapacity of men of combining the village with the city, the peasant with the citizen, so as jointly to oppose the growth of the military states, which destroyed the free cities.

aka: just read the fucking bread book [THE CONQUEST OF BREAD]