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Samwell 99

A Holsom Brooklyn 99 AU

  • Ok it should be abundantly apparent that Holsom means our favorite lovable puppy-dog eye Jewish boy Adam Birkholtz is Jake Peralta. He’s brash, he’s messy, but he’s a damn fine detective and he knows it/makes sure no one forgets it.
  • Cue his equally brilliant rival/colleague Justin Oluransi who’s by the book, anxiety ridden, has so many spreadsheets and folders for everything under the sun yet he retains an insane amount of knowledge.  
  • We’ll get back to their totally amazing chemistry in a moment  

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What YOI says when they're drunk
  • Yurio: I was kind of getting sick of hearing Victor and Yuuri talk about their relationship, but then I remembered alcohol existed. *takes a swing of champagne* Thanks, alcohol.
  • Victor: You know what's thirsty? You know what's weird? How thirsty I get when I'm weird— when I'm drunk.
  • Yuuri: When I look at my palm, I see a lady's mouth french kissing a dog, is that weird?
  • Otabek: Altins have a preternaturally high tolerance for alcohol. My old man used to put Wild Turkey on his corn flakes.
  • JJ: My teeth are blue ... blueberries are alcoholic ... I was just saying to Victor that my dog's Jewish
  • Leo: Harry Truman was a guy, 'Merica, Red China, all the countries, other people, everything is fun.
  • Phichit: You guys are gonna fit in so great in Thailand. Most of Congress is drunk all the time
  • Christophe: Clear alcohols are for rich women on diets
  • Ji: Alcohol is fun and delicious.
  • Michele: Careful. The floor and the wall just switched.
  • Minami: Everybody pants now! pants, pants, pants!
  • Seung Gil: Yeah! screw them all! lets burn this place to the ground!
  • Emil: BA-BA-BOOEY
  • Georgi: I'm gonna order 3 course meal where each course is made of dessert

Now that I’m finally caught up on Archer Dreamland, I can honestly say that every fandom deserves a canon 1940s noir au

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For all of StuffinFluff Cooking’s Jewish pals out there! I’ve always had a hard time during the Passover fast (sometimes I don’t stick to it at all). Giving up bread is tough, and many Kosher for Passover baked goods are even tougher to stomach. We might as well stick with what works!

Matzo brei is a classic, taking the dry matzo cracker and making it into a delicious kosher french toast-like dish. It’s an open canvas that can be seasoned to your liking, and makes an awesome (and easy!) breakfast to help us get through these hard times where we remember being slaves in Egypt. ;) Even if you’re not fasting for Passover, why not give it a whirl? Seasonal dishes only come around once a year, after all!

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