anonymous asked:

i want to watch dna but i hate baseball lmao :( i've seen like 20 eps of oofuri and i don't understand that freaking game i'm sorry United States of America

oh!! hmm.. i guess they do kinda explain baseball in daiya bc eijun doesnt understand it much either <3

but!! i will try to explain it to you (bc i used to play softball and i love baseball a LOT) but im not sure it would be easy to understand me,, i know you didnt really ask for a Baseball 101 lesson but i really dont wanna do my homework and i love baseball and i want u to give daiya a chance bc its amazing :P

anyways i hope this helps! (im not sure how much you know already so i just started from the basics)

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Nothing Feels Good

Oh whatcha waitin’ for?
Fire away.
We’ve wasted our time
on borrowed love, anyway.

So if you need to go,
don’t tell me you’ll return.
I don’t need anymore longing.
Ain’t it enough just to hopelessly yearn?

Oh, but I’m so cold,
I’m so cold,
I don’t care one bit.

Just so cold,
Just so cold,
can’t recall feelin’ it.

But there was once a time,
all I could want was you,
and now good ol’ nothin’ is all I’ve got,
And it feels so good.

Oh whatcha waitin’ for?
Fire away.
We’ve wasted our time
on borrowed love, anyway.

So if you need to go,
don’t tell me you’ll return.
I don’t need anymore longing.
Ain’t it enough just to hopelessly yearn?

Oh, but I’m so cold,
I’m so cold,
I don’t care one bit.

Just so cold,
Just so cold,
can’t recall feelin’ it.

But there was once a time,
all I could want was you,
and now good ol’ nothin’ is all I’ve got,
And it feels so good.

Iceland’s favorite Mac ‘n Cheese

First make macaroni

Then drain it and put it off to the side, in the pot that was used for the pasta make a roux using 1 tablespoon of Norway’s butter and two pinches of flour over low heat. It shouldn’t be too thick. Then, gradually add in a 1/3- ½ of a pint of whole milk stolen from Switzerland (be careful not to turn it into butter as you run away). Once it’s incorporated and the sauce is thickened add in some sharp cheddar cheese and stir until melted. Add salt and pepper to taste and mix in the macaroni. Makes 2 servings. Don’t share.

Recipe, courtesy of Denmark, stolen from the Admin’s brain.

(*Tried to make it as vague as possible* You’ll never get Iceland’s favorite mac ‘n cheese recipe! *Cackles evilly and chokes on air*)