codling

Drinking

Dude sometimes I don’t like myself when I drink. I’m fine when I have a few or even more than a few, it’s when I pass the “turn off switch” that I don’t like.

I used to have a better grasp on that switch before. I didn’t really do stupid shit or say stupid things. I mean Yeah I’d make a bad choice now and then as far as bringing a random home or something. But now I find more often that I end up doing something stupid or saying something dumb.

Last weekend I drank too much and politics were brought up. I don’t even know if it was me that brought it up. Anyways I said some mean shit to a friend who voted for trump. Honestly I don’t even remember exactly what I said I just remeber that she acted like a codled white women and told her so. At some point in the conversation I was just being argumentative to be argumentative cause she was saying dumb stuff too.

Anyway shit went south. She flew off the deep end and we left.

I apologized the next day for attacking her. There was a better way to have this discussion and being super drunk was a bad move on my part.

I don’t agree with her views but in the end she has been a long time friend and I was being a drunk asshole.

I have a problem when I drink too much. I never thought I would be that person and here I am…being that person.

justanotherpasafrisk  asked:

Frisk needed to get away from Crimson, he was a good big brother but his constant codleing and carrying were just a little to close after a little while, they could feel the slight burn in the back if their throat but they had a little while to go before they would need to ask Crimson for help again. They tried to sniff out someone to talk to but with the flowers covering their eyes they couldant see a single thing.

It smells of vanilla, cinnamon and of fire. She hums, not noticing the child walking to her. Her blood pulses with sweetness and it’s oozing magic……

FINALLY
If anyone hasn’t seen this yet
Today suede announced the name and date for the new album (Above is the cover art) which will be called ‘Night thoughts’ and be released 22nd of January 2016
The album will also belong with a movie/video of some sort
It can be preordered right now and the song list looks like this:
When You Are Young
Outsiders
No Tomorrow
Pale Snow
I Don’t Know How To Reach You
What I’m Trying To Tell You
Tightrope
Learning To Be
Like Kids
I Can’t Give Her What She Wants
When You Were Young
The Fur & The Feathers

Observe this is a fully informational post I do not claim to own suede or the cover art or any of this information, if something is wrong , please inform me and I’ll be happy to correct it- if u want me to remove this post please tell me and I will.

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Extreme Fishing with Chris & Jim!

Location: Ladye Bay, Clevedon  |  Species Caught: Codling to 2lb 10oz

It was cold! Baiting up was pretty tough going but thankfully the Codling catches kept us feeling warm. Chris landed the biggest on the day, a nice 2lb 10oz PB. I had one slightly smaller just over the 2lb mark. Fish took Bluey strips, Bluey heads and whole squid baits. A great day at Ladye Bay.

Golden beer-battered fish with wedges!

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Location: Lilstock  |  Species: Codling

A great session at Lilstock was the perfect end to a cracking winter season. Codling to 2.5lb came to big lug baits at distance. The guy to my right landed a few around the 4-5lb mark (his casting was better than mine). Good to catch a few though, all they now need is a nice crispy beer batter. I used the following recipe.

Serves 2   |   Prep 15 mins   |   Cook 40 mins

For the fish

  1. 50g plain flour
  2. 50g cornflour
  3. 1 tsp baking powder
  4. turmeric
  5. 75ml lager beer
  6. 75ml sparkling water (I just added another 75ml of beer)
  7. about 1 litre sunflower oil , for frying
  8. 4 fillets sustainable cod (like the ones I caught above)

    For the wedges

    1. 750g potatoes, Maris Piper or Desiree, peeled and sliced into thick chips
    2. 2 tbsp plain flour
    3. 2 tbsp sunflower oil
    4. A sprinkle of Tumeric

      Get cooking!

      1. Combine the flour, cornflour, baking powder and turmeric in a large bowl, season, then spoon 1 tbsp onto a plate and set aside. Gradually pour the beer and water into the bowl, stirring with a wooden spoon until you have a smooth, lump-free batter. Leave to rest for 30 mins while you prepare the chips.

      2. Heat oven to 200C/fan 180C/gas 6. Boil a large pan of water, then add the chipped potatoes and boil for 2-3 mins until the outsides are just tender but not soft. drain well, then tip onto a large baking tray with the flour, oil and some salt. Gently toss together until all the potatoes are evenly coated and the flour is no longer dusty. Roast for 30 mins, turning occasionally, until the chips are golden and crisp.
      3. To cook the fish, heat the 1 litre oil in a deep saucepan until a drop of batter sizzles and crisps up straight away. Pat the fish dry with kitchen paper, then toss it in the reserved turmeric flour mix. Shake off any excess, then dip into the batter. Carefully lower each fillet into the hot oil and fry for 6-8 mins - depending on the thickness of the fish - until golden and crisp. Using a large slotted spoon, lift out the fish, drain on kitchen paper, then sprinkle with salt. Serve with the hot chips and with tomato sauce.
      Cod in the surf at Brean beach

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      Location: Brean, Somerset  |  Species Caught: Codling & Whiting

      A new PB at Brean beach this weekend, it was caught on Saturday, weighting in bang on 4lb. Chuffed with this catch, I headed back to the same spot on Sunday and managed another 2 keeper codling, biggest was 3lb 6oz. The fridge is full of cod for a change :-)

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      Trigger Warning - PSA

      As someone who actually has legit panic attack inducing triggers, Ya’ll, Rooster Teeth got it right with the line “you’re not helping people, you’re codling them!” The thing about triggers are that they’re your responsibility, you can’t blame someone for making something that sets you off, you’re the one at fault. And I say this as someone who actually experiences this shit.