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Vegan Unicorn Cheesecake


  • 2 cups cashews soaked for 1 hour
  • 1 large juiced lemon
  • 15 dates
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 cup almonds
  • food dye (yellow, blue, red, green)
  • ½ cup coconut milk (use the cream from the top)
  • ¼ cup maple syrup
  • 1/3 cup coconut oil
  • sprinkles 


  1. Soak cashews in warm water for 1-2 hours. In a food processor blend pitted dates, almonds and a pinch of salt until a cookie like dough forms. Lay out parchment paper in a baking pan and press the dough on the bottom and freeze. 
  2. Drain the cashews and place in a food processor with the coconut cream, oil, lemon juice and maple syrup. Blend until a smooth cream forms. Pour the cream into four bowls equally. In each bowl add a few drops of food coloring and mix until each bowl has pastel colored cream. 
  3. Pour the different colors on top of the crust. Use a spoon to create a pretty marbled look. Add sprinkles and freeze for at least 4 hours.
  4. Take it out of the freezer and cut out a piece and enjoy this pretty treat.
Blue and Gold

AU: the one where color appears on your body wherever your soulmate first touches you.

Relationship: Soulmates

Fandom: DC Comics

Character: Conner

A golden band of color wrapped around your wrist, you often wondered what color would go with your gold. You looked up many colors that could mix with your color, your top being red and blue. But you didn’t control this soulmate thing so you would just had to simply wait and see what color would match with yours.

It was late at night on the college grounds as you sat in the library working on a paper that was due in a few weeks. You enjoyed getting things done that way you could enjoy your weekends when those other students were rushing around trying to finish their work. You had just saved your work, closing down your laptop you began packing up when you heard a loud crash and yelling. Suddenly the library shook, there was a crash, bits of the wall fly towards you. Quickly you ducked under the table hearing the debris hit the bookshelves knocking a few over. Grabbing your computer bag and putting it over your shoulder as you tried making your way to the exit dodging bits of the wall that came at you. The exit was in sight, however, you felt a hand wrap around your waist and pick you up. You let out a scream, the fews lights that were still working allowed you to that it was Solomon Grundy who had a hold on you.

“Let her go Grundy.” You saw Nightwing and Superboy in front and Miss Martian and Kid Flash behind him.

“You come any closer I crush the girl.” You felt him squeeze you causing you to cry out in pain, you could swear that at least one of your ribs was now broken. As the heroes circled the zombie, he squeezed tighter. You hated that you had to do this, your body quickly crystallized, you turned your hand into a blade cutting Grundy’s palm.

“Ah!” He quickly threw you towards Superboy, your body quickly uncrystallizing as he caught you.

“Thanks for the save.” You smiled, he nodded setting you down. By this time Grundy was down and out.

“Nice powers.” He shook your hand, as your hands touched you saw his blue band mix into your gold band. It created a beautiful morning ocean effect, you smiled brightly looking at him as he looked at you surprised.

“Guess working on projects early has some rewards after all.” You said as Conner chuckled.

i have to be photographed for work in “black bottoms and a solid color top” so im wearing this alarmingly green button down over my minidress, please pity me

(For @edqewcrth and @prodigyxprosecutor)

Not Guilty!

Waves of confetti burst forth from the cannons on the ceiling and descended upon the courtroom as the gallery applauded. Gregory breathed a sigh of relief. Another client saved, another true culprit brought to justice, and another case won.

“That is all. The court is adjourned!”

As the rest of the gallery shuffled out of the courtroom and the prosecution skulked off, Gregory sorted out the finished case’s evidence and papers. At least, until more slips of colorful paper sprinkled on top of his desk, accompanied by a tiny, overjoyed voice. “Huzzah! Huzzah for Father!”

He didn’t even need to turn around to see who was throwing the paper, and he could not suppress the grin rising to his face. “Miles, what exactly are you doing?” Gregory called up, finding this whole scene too adorable to hide his amusement.

Little Miles, holding an armload of confetti scooped up from the floor and benches, responded, “Celebrating your victory, of course!”

“I’m grateful for your enthusiasm, but the victory isn’t what’s important. The most important thing about a trial is finding the truth and serving justice.”

“I see…” Miles nodded, hanging on every word of his father’s sagely wisdom.

“… But, there’s nothing wrong with a celebration. So by all means, keep throwing the confetti.”

“Yes, Father!”

1/13/17 @coldsunnyday The ducks aren’t actually green. They’re untrustworthy creatures, and they’re lying about what color they are. Don’t listen to them.

It’s an optical illusion called “structural color.” Their feathers are black. The fluffy side bits of the feathers (barbs) are also black. The little hooks that keep the barbs all lined up (barbules) are also black. There are microscopic little ridges (tubules) on the barbules that are also black. But the tubules are exactly the same size as a wavelength of green light, so instead of absorbing green light the way a black object should, they reflect it and the ducks look green. 

If you put one of the ducks under a good enough microscope, you’d see that no individual part of it was actually green in any way.

Avian biology generally can’t produce blue or green pigments. Birds that look blue or green are lying about it. Don’t trust them.

Except for turacos. They’re actually green, and very pleased with themselves about it. Look at this guy, here’s a bird you can trust: