cheese toasted sandwich


this is a (rather large) sandwich toaster. you load it with the layers of a sandwich, bread-filling-bread, the filling is usually cheese. And then you close it and it toasts the sandwich. It presses it shut round the edges and diagonally across the middle of the sandwich so for each sandwich you then have 2 little triangular toast pockets full of molten cheese and other brilliant things to burn your tongue on. Most people have one that’s only got the capacity for 1 sandwich rather than this 4-slice behemoth.

Two open-faced grilled cheese sandwiches smashed together DO NOT make a regular grilled cheese sandwich.

The proportions of cheese to bread are way off, so you end up with a pile of melty cheese and a bit of bread in the middle. Learn from my mistakes.

spencer smith: makes me a grilled cheese sandwich toasted perfectly. cuts my crusts off for me & slices it diagonally without me having 2 ask. served on a warm plate while handing me a puppy and giving me a neck rub.

brendon urie: jerks off onto a slice of damp bread & hides it somewhere in my room. spits in my face and fukign decks my mom right in front of me

Harry Styles Cooks... Volume 1: The Baking Years

In which Louis Tomlinson can’t cook, there’s a very special shower curtain, and Harry Styles used to be a baker. 

Or: Louis owns all of Harry Styles’ cookbooks, and he never intends to cook a single thing out of any of them. 

Or: I don’t know what the fuck this is, sorry. 

Louis Tomlinson can’t cook. He can, for the most part, feed himself and generally keep himself alive, in a frozen pizza, tins of soup, cereal-for-dinner kind of a way. He can do pasta and sauce, and cheese on toast, and sandwiches, and microwave meals and things which require zero attention, zero skill, and even less enthusiasm. Louis Tomlinson likes Tesco meal deals for lunch and cans of coke on the way to the bus stop after work. He likes bags of crisps, and the biscuit tin by the printer in his office.

He has a long list of things he doesn’t like – including but not limited to courgettes, baked beans, couscous, fish, posh sausages that taste of stuff that isn’t pork, vegetables on principle, drinks that are green, kale, stuff they sell in Waitrose, mushrooms, weird fruit, lentils, and pineapple on pizza.

All of this is perfectly normal and doesn’t bother Louis one little bit.

It doesn’t, however, go any way to explaining why Louis has an entire shelf in his bedroom devoted to Harry Styles cookbooks, or why his best mates Liam and Niall bought him a custom-made Harry Styles Cooks… pillowcase and duvet set for his birthday last year, with Harry Styles’ ridiculous face plastered all across it like on the titles of his stupid cooking TV show, or why Louis had to buy a DVR purely to save all the stupid episodes of each of Harry Styles’ stupid cooking series so he could watch them whenever he wanted. It definitely didn’t explain the three different Harry Styles-themed mugs in the kitchen cupboards, and it 100% did not explain the special shower curtain.

There obviously is an explanation for all of that, but it isn’t something that Louis can file under any sort of ‘wants to learn to cook’ headline.

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Can I ask for some saihara headcannons for daily interactions? Please and thank you!!!

 I love me some Saihara headcannons. Thanks for requesting! To help myself I wrote this sort of as if it was a day in the life of the reader and Saihara on a weekend? I hope this is close enough to what you want. :)

These turned out to be more than just interactions I’m sORRY

Saihara Shuuichi

  • In the mornings you two like to cuddle
  • Sleeping in with him is really your favourite part of weekends!       
  • It sets an upbeat mood for the rest of your day
  • He’s not much of a cook so on whichever occasion he decides to make you breakfast in bed it’s usually a toasted cheese sandwich on a plate
  • But it’s a really good toasted cheese sandwich!!!
  • “What’s the special occasion?”
  • “You didn’t snore in your sleep this time, s/o.”
  • In the mornings you like to quietly sit on the couch and watch TV while he sleeps some more reads novels
  • When a show or whatever you find yourself doing gets extra boring you distract him by sitting on him
  • It’s not even in a seductive way or anything like that you just
  • Flop.
  • Say goodbye to that book Saihara your s/o is bored
  • He suggests going to a coffee shop could possibly be a pleasant idea?
  • Look at him. Up in here. Asking you out to coffee. What a gentleman
  • Really though, it sounds like fun!
  • Whenever the two of you go out for coffee he’s always the one to order because last time you ordered you ended up having a full blown conversation with the cashier about some TV show and it held up the line
  • Sometimes when he comes back to your table (no matter WHERE you’re eating at) he finds that you’ve already managed to scribble on the napkins??
  • He shouldn’t be surprised at this point but he still is??
  • Eating somewhere other than your kitchen counter is refreshing and you guys always enjoy it
  • Saihara giggles a lot when he notices bits of food on your face!
  • You don’t mind it though because he has a cute laugh
  • A few hours later, somehow your coffee brunch has turned into you and Saihara going to the new arcade that recently opened
  • It’s not unusual for you two to get distracted on your way home from outings!
  • Saihara isn’t one for arcades - they’re noisy and screaming children set him on edge
  • Anything for you, though
  • You’re the one that wins him the prizes
  • And for that his gratitude is endless! It makes him feel all warm and fuzzy inside knowing you got him a present
  • “This pink fuzzy bear-”
  • “It’s a dog.”
  • “This pink fuzzy dog… I love him! Thanks so much, s/o.”
  • You guys trek home - it’s late!!
  • When you guys arrive home late from something, it certainly calls for a movie night.
  • A movie night which you fall asleep halfway through.
  • Saihara doesn’t mind it - you’re cute when you sleep!
  • With that in mind, he clocks out on the couch next to you, not even bothering to turn off the TV.
  • Just another casual Saturday with Saihara and s/o.

bearnicorn  asked:


OH MY GOD um well. The things I most needed to learn:

You don’t have to have one job for the rest of your life. Whatever you pick now should pay the bills/be somewhat interesting/allow you to sleep if possible, but it doesn’t have to be your perfect job. Even if you’re stuck behind a counter, you can be writing stories in your head and developing persistence and learning confidence in crazy customer situations.

College provides a lot of people interaction, but after that your twenties can be lonely. People move around a lot. Take a class, join a fandom, text somebody. You will find your people in time.

Try to make yourself one thing to eat every day. Make tea. Make an omelette. Make a toasted cheese sandwich with tomato. Making food is one of the great pleasures of post-school life and it makes me feel calmer and more capable.

Thrift stores are awesome if you have your own room/apartment/etc. for the first time and have no idea how to actually furnish it on your tiny or nonexistent salary. So are dollar stores and garage sales and roadside pickup days. And you end up with a more interesting home. Same goes for your bookshelf and your wardrobe.

Do apply for food and medical insurance assistance if you need it and it’s available. We inherited a genuinely awful economy. The help’s there for a reason.

If you’re going to splurge, splurge on experiences. Studies show a roadtrip or  a theater night contribute more to happiness than stuff does.

If you’re used to staying up late studying/talking at college and need help sleeping earlier at night, try putting out most of the lights an hour before bed (helps with melatonin production) and cutting out coffee past lunchtime. And even if you’re still awake, just lying there with your eyes closed still rests your mind.

If you’re anxious/depressed from all the change (not to the point of needing meds, just run-of-the-mill bad feelings) fresh air, drinking water, deep slow breathing, meditation apps and dancing/yoga/stretching all really do help. Do one thing to bring you back into your body and the present moment. Don’t be afraid to sit with bad feelings. Don’t be afraid to tell a friend you’re scared.

It’s okay if you can’t do the stuff on this list. It’s okay if you skip the laundry and forget to pay bills and cry over your taxes. It’s okay to learn slowly. Everyone is.

All you have to do is love yourself and the people around you as well as you can, and you’ll be a successful adult.

Tagged by @zane-julian. So question time again I guess

Last movie I watched: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Last song I listened to: Reapers by DJVI

Last book I read: For Crying out loud; the world according to Clarkson

Last thing I ate: Toasted Cheese Sandwich

Where would you like to Time Travel to: Jurrassic Period or Cretatious Period

Fictional character I would like to hang out with for a day: The Doctor - I could use the T.A.R.D.I.S to go anywhere I want

If I could be anywhere right now where would I be: Reykjyavik Iceland

Current fandom obsession: Criminal Minds; Harry Potter

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