keurig machines

As long as I’m going through my camera, here’s a picture from last year of an oddish planter. :) Hand-cast in blue resin from a sculpture I made, with a hand-painted face, sealed with a matte varnish and UV-protective spray. He’s designed to fit a recycled K-cup (from Keurig coffee machines) as a seedling planter.

Oddish is  under-appreciated, they’re cuties. :)

thunderstorms

Read it on AO3!

Summary: Jeremy loves thunderstorms. He loves Michael, too.

Notes: sooo i was inspired by @rantaboutbees‘s post about jeremy loving thunderstorms!! so enjoy some boyf riends drinking hot cocoa and making out!! <3


The telltale sound of rain pitter-pattering on his bedroom window was enough incentive to get Jeremy Heere out of bed. It was 6 PM on a Sunday and he should have been doing his homework instead of laying in bed playing Pokemon Sun. He was being irresponsible. He was being lazy. Overall, and perhaps more accurately, he was being super depressed. A thunderstorm was just what he needed to shake him from such a state, and the Earth had been kind enough to give him just that.

Jeremy loved thunderstorms. They were dark and cold and forced you to retreat indoors, where you could curl up under your blankets and drink apple cider. They were comforting in a way that probably seemed weird to most people, but Jeremy didn’t care. When he rolled out of bed and drew back his window curtain, the sight of dark clouds layered thickly against the sky sent a spark of excitement up his spine.

There was a specific routine Jeremy liked to follow when a thunderstorm decided to creep into the sky of his little New Jersey town. 

Step one: put on Michael’s sweatshirt.

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brockpaperscizor  asked:

hey jake if you hate milk does that mean you make your hot chocoalte with water like some sort of commie

i most certainly do.

you can buy those like nestle packs with like dried marshmallows in them? and you just microwave a cup of water for like 1.5-2 minutes, pour it into a mug, add the mix and your done!

Also to fancy up your hot chocolate you can add a teaspoon of vanilla extract and a tiny pinch of salt and it really kicks it up a notch!

The Lady in Red (2/?)

Title: The Lady in Red (2/?)
Pairing: Steve Rogers x Fem Reader
Words: 1789
Warnings: Possible abuse, starvation, loss of memory due to traumatic events, fluff (for later)

(Part 1)


The woman slept for the rest of the day and through the night. Steve wanted to stay close in case she woke up suddenly but Bruce said it would be a while. She was completely exhausted from whatever ordeal she had gone through. Still, Steve was hesitant to leave and ended up bringing a laptop and his files into her room and started working on his mission reports while she slept. He caught a couple hours of sleep in the chair but mostly just watched over her, thankful for super solider cells that don’t need the regeneration sleep provides on a regular basis.

The next morning, he was sipping a cup of coffee that Nat had brought him, when her eyes fluttered open. She turned and stared at him, not showing as much fear as before, but still had a wariness in her eyes.

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Someone Else Callin’ You Baby

Author - Aingeal

Characters - Dean, Reader, Mentions of Sam & a male friend of the reader

Summary/Request - After telling her the truth about what he does for a living, Dean has to leave for a job. What happens when he comes back, and sees her leaving her house with another man??

Word Count - 1,569

Warnings - Angst I suppose…And a little fluff…I think that’s it though?
(If you spot any other warnings I should add, please let me know so I can edit this post to include them!)

A/N - Based on Luke Bryan’s Someone Else Calling You Baby 
Any indented text is a flashback :)
This was a challenge, but since I haven’t written any SPN lately, I figured I’d post here too :D

Story -

Originally posted by zest-wincest

Standing in my kitchen, running some hot tea through my fancy-schmancy keurig machine, I hear the front door open, followed by it being slammed closed.

I flinched a bit and heard heavy footsteps making their way through the house.

“Y/N!”

“Kitchen,” I responded, calling out. “And can you not yell, please?”

“Sorry, sweetheart,” he said as he walked into the room. “We need to talk.”

I turned around to face him, leaning my hands back on the counter, a bemused smile on my face.
Dean Winchester wants to talk? That’s a first.”


“I’m serious here, Y/N,” he sighed before frustratingly adding, “I deserve to know the truth.”

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My dearest Ignis Scientia Estrogen Brigade followers, I feel like it might be pertinent to mention that I will be taking a brief hiatus of sorts. My secret civilian identity is that of a mild-mannered freelance illustrator, and I happen to be in the midst of one of the most ambitious and arduous gigs of my professional career. As my June 12th  deadline continues to breath ominously down my neck, I’ve grudgingly decided it’s time to place some distance between me and my word processor in favor of putting my nose to the grindstone so that I may look forward to enjoying the upcoming Episode Prompto DLC sans guilt.

This does not mean I will be closed to Asks entirely, and—as of my last post—my inbox is currently empty. As always, you are more than welcome to send new recipehs my way; just know that my free time over the next few weeks will be more limited, and my responses to your prompts might take a bit longer than the usual turnaround time.

What I can say about ISEB content in the interim is that my daily routine goes a little something like this: wake up, stumble groggily to the Keurig machine, consume a cup of coffee, draw a few warm-up sketches, drink more coffee, then dick around on the internet for way too long reading filthy NSFW Ignis fanfiction until my own shame finally spurs me to get to work in earnest. With that in mind, I see no reason why the focus of my warm-up sketches can’t be Everyone’s Favorite Strategist™; they’d scarcely be more than quick doodles (like the one depicted above), but I’d like for my followers to have something to enjoy while I’m slowly clawing my way out of artist’s purgatory. Thank you for your eternal patience!

The Affair II

a continuation to The Affair

for @mellarkberries. happy holidays hon! <3


Katniss’ hand shakes as she carefully sets her keys down on the table by the front door. Gale’s keys are missing, so she knows he’s not home. She’s not sure if she’s relieved or not. Right now she just feels numb.

Putting her purse down, she walks into their bedroom, into the bathroom. She’s careful to avoid looking at her reflection as she turns the shower on; she can’t face herself right now. She already knows her eyes are red and swollen, her cheeks wet, her hair disheveled and knotted. She touches her throat as an afterthought, suddenly worried about the possibility of incriminating bruises.

It doesn’t matter, though. Gale’s going to find out one way or another. She’s already resolved herself to telling him.

Stripping out of her clothes, she steps into the shower, under the hot spray. It feels good battering her muscles. She’s sore everywhere, her limbs pulled and twisted in every conceivable way.

The ache between her thighs is dull and punishing, but it’s nothing in comparison to the ache in her heart.

The sob is sudden, surprising, and Katniss closes her eyes, a fist pressed to her mouth, as she thinks about Peeta.

Peeta, who told her he’s in love with her.

Peeta, who begged her to stay with him, to leave Gale.

Peeta, who watched her run away, out of his apartment, away from him. Back to her husband.

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scarlett2598  asked:

Coldflashwave for coffee related headcanon!!

1. After the world finds out that Leonard Snart and Mick Rory became heroes, Jitters decides to make coffees dedicated to them (an ice coffee called the Captain Cold, and a hot coffee called the Heatwave) to go with the Flash. Funnily enough, Mick prefers the Flash, Leonard prefers the Heatwave, and Barry prefers the Captain Cold. 

2. Barry rarely orders his own coffee. Usually, he’ll sit by one of his boyfriends and steal sips of theirs until he drinks half of it himself and they have to get new ones.  (They don’t really mind, though)

3. One morning, after staying the night with Mick and Len, Barry used the last K cup from Lisa’s Keurig machine. He had to speed back into his boyfriends’ room just to avoid a blast from the gold gun. 

Hard to Handle - Danny x Reader - Chapter 2.5 - NSFW

Series Name: Hard to Handle

Chapter Name: Morning Star

Pairing: Danny x Reader

Word Count: 865

Parts: 1 | 2 | (2.5) | 3 | 3.5 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 6.5 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10

A/N: “Plot was out, masturbation in.” - S.K. 

Finally getting something out! Sorry for the wait. I love y’all! This chapter is Mature bc of a sex dream. 

You pressed your head back into your pillows and clenched your sheets in tightly balled fists, looking for any sort of purchase as a low moan escaped your throat.

You had laughed when Danny borrowed one of your ponytail holders to pull his hair back into a messy ponytail, but there was no laughter on your lips now.

The warm, wet heat of his mouth was all you could comprehend, all you knew—All you wanted to know.

He nipped at your thigh and you were forced back into reality, opening your eyes to see him staring at you intently.

“Do not look away.”

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Northeastern University Freshmen Packing List, 2015

Hello future Huskies!!

Now that July is about half way over, many of you are probably starting to think about packing up and moving to Boston for your freshmen year, since it’s only about ~a month and a half~ away. Pretty soon, it’s going to be time to plan the road trip route, buy your airfare, and make the hard decisions about what to bring to college.  Like Andy in Toy Story 3, you’ve got a whole room full of sentimental necessities/crap you never got rid of, and pretty soon you’ll have to decide what stays and what goes.

As surprised as you surely are, forgotten essentials oftentimes aren’t the problem that new freshmen face when they move to college.  Instead, it’s the overbearing monster of too much stuff that simply won’t fit in your residence hall which becomes the real challenge during Move-In Day.  So, before you go and buy the complete Dorm-Home Makeover set at your local Target, consult the below list for the things you should, should not, and should really think about bringing to college.

*Note: bolded things are things you should bring from home.  Everything else? Get it in Boston, unless you already own it/it’s easy to move. More info below.

Should Bring:

  1. Clothes - This is self-explanatory, but beware: oftentimes, pre-made college packing lists will get really specific about what to pack.  Don’t follow them.  You don’t need 10 nightshirts, 10 socks, and 4 different types of jackets: all you need are the clothes you regularly wear and you’ll be good to go.  If you have 30 pairs of jeans and only wear 2 of them, donate the rest and call it a day.  Make sure you have a few pairs of warm weather clothes, but remember that it will probably be between 20F - 60F during your entire freshmen year, so a mix of cool weather clothing is probably best.  At the end of the day, if you have a big winter jacket there’s nothing more you’ll desperately need.  Know that the built-in closets in freshmen residence halls are pretty big, so do bring all your favorite outfits….just don’t over do it. Gotta look chic, but also gotta save some space. 
  2. Rain Boots - I know this technically fits in the above category, but I can’t stress it enough: Boston is rainy in the fall, so you need to make sure you have more than a single pair of Toms to wear to class.
  3. Mirror - You wanna look good? Know that there isn’t a mirror in your room, and you probably won’t want to go to the bathroom every time you want to check yourself out. 
  4. Comforter - Make sure it’s warm! I recommend a Twin XL Down Duvet, and cheap duvet cover. You’ll thank me in the winter. 
  5. Twin XL sheet set. 
  6. One or two pillows 
  7. Twin XL Mattress Pad 
  8. School supplies - Since you won’t be at home, also remember to get things like hole punchers, tape, scissors, etc.! 
  9. Lamp - Whether it’s a floor lamp (which I recommend) or a desk lamp, you’ll find that most freshmen housing have fluorescent lights which aren’t always the best.  I have one collapsable floor lamp and it’s the only light I use. 
  10. Bulletin Board - Throughout the year, you’ll accumulate tons of papers, flyers, info brochures, etc. I used a bulletin board to organize everything over my desk, which also helped to save space and fill up empty walls. 
  11. Collapsable Clothes Hamper
  12. Laundry Bag 
  13. Laundry Detergent and Dryer Sheets
  14. Shower Caddy 
  15. Hangers
  16. Towels/washclothes 
  17. Bathrobe 
  18. Alarm Clock 
  19. Surge Protector 
  20. Extension Cord 
  21. Trash Can 
  22. Fan 
  23. Cleaning Supplies - Don’t go crazy with these, because it’s mostly for incidentals.  However, getting some Clorox Wipes or some Febreeze is usually a good idea. 

Maybe Bring, It’s Up to You:

  1. Area Rug - For me, this is absolutely something I needed since most freshmen residence halls have tile floors.  To protect you from the chill, I would definitely suggest a rug.  However, if you don’t think the tile will bother you, then save yourself the space and go without. 
  2. Iron/Ironing Pad - Only bring one of these if you frequently wear clothes that have to be ironed.  Otherwise, leave it at home. Some people would suggest you bring a hand steamer, but in my experience they don’t work that well. Also, note that I wrote an ironing pad, not an ironing board. Pads can just be laid on the floor, and take up way less space. 
  3. Posters/artwork - Good to have, but only in moderation.  Don’t bring every single movie poster for every single movie you’ve ever see.   
  4. Drying Rack for Clothes 
  5. iHome/Speakers for Music 
  6. Desk Organizers for Pens/Pencils/etc. 
  7. Hair Accessory Caddy for Blowdryers/Straighteners/etc. 
  8. Egg Crate - Highly recommended! Put it under your mattress pad and your bed will be extremely comfortable.  However, again, it’s definitely not necessary. 
  9. Throw Blanket
  10. Under-the-Bed Organizer Drawers - Usually a small, plastic chest of drawers or a series of bins, these are really the only pieces of “furniture” that you should be bringing. Everything else, the university will provide for you. 
  11. Keurig Machine - Remember, you’re not allowed to bring any other type of coffeemaker! 
  12. Photos of family and friends 
  13. Calendar or White Board 
  14. TV - Up to you, but definitely bring a small one if you want it (I’m talking like 15 inches).  You won’t have a ton of space to put it, you won’t be able to attach it to the wall, and you probably have Netflix on your computer anyway.  Know that your freshmen Common Room will have a TV in it that you can use, but if you do decide to have a TV in your room then the University will provide cable and premium channels for you for free. 
  15. Over-the-Door Hooks - Use it for towels or jackets or anything you’d like, but make sure it’s thick enough to fit over the door! 

Should Not Bring:

  1. Christmas Lights - Fire hazard (lame) and your RA will make you take them down. 
  2. Mini Fridge/Microwave - Fire hazard, you’re not allowed to bring your own.  If you want either, you can rent them both from the University for $100 for the entire year. Split it with your roommate. It’s a pretty good deal.
  3. Cooking Appliances of any kind - Doesn’t make sense, you don’t have a kitchen.  Also, your RA will make you get rid of them. 
  4. 3M Sticky Hooks - They don’t work on our walls!!! I don’t know if it’s the humidity or the type of paint, but they’ll all fall down and just won’t work. 
  5. Furniture - As said above, you won’t have space! The University will provide everything you will need. 
  6. Crazy Collections - I knew one girl who didn’t have space in her closet for the 19 designer bags she brought to school her freshmen year.  I also know someone who brought a whole bunch of succulents (you know? the plants?) as decoration, and was shocked when he didn’t have endless table space in which to arrange them.  Be very reasonable about any “extras” you bring, and remember: you’re living with another person. 
  7. Bedbug Repellant Anything - When you begin shopping, you’ll see that there are specialty college items sold to be “bedbug repellant.”  Because Northeastern provides all your own furniture, this isn’t a problem.  If you buy these bedbug repellant things, you’ll simply be wasting money. 
  8. Curtains - Just unnecessary, don’t bother. 
  9. Anything labelled as a “dorm accessory” - LOL don’t buy these things. Don’t be the freshman who shows up with a “dorm chandelier.”
  10. Bed Risers - At Northeastern, your beds will probably be lofted to 3 or 6 feet.  Do not bring your own risers, because a). you won’t be allowed to use them and b). if you do, your bed won’t sit in them right so your bed will probably collapse.  It’ll be like Step Brothers, except it won’t be funny and you’ll probably have to go to the ER. 
  11. Ironing Boards/Vaccuums/Large Cleaning Supplies - You won’t have space for these, and you don’t need them.  If you need a vacuum, you can borrow it from the RAs. 
  12. Books from Home - Now, if you have a few things left on your summer reading list, bring them.  However, between textbooks and everything else you’ll naturally acquire, know that you won’t want to be bringing a whole library with you.  Leave them at home. 
  13. Any kind of kitchen utensils - If you have a Keurig then bring a few mugs, but otherwise just limit yourself to paper plates and utensils.  Remember: you won’t have a sink in which to wash these dishes, other than in the bathroom! 
  14. Decorative Pillows - These will be thrown on the floor Day 1 and will never not be in your way again.  Kick’em to the curb. 
  15. Extra Chairs - Yeah beanbags are cool, but there isn’t room.  Those bungee chairs at Target are cool, but you’ll never actually sit in them.  Leave extra chairs at the store. 

Getting Stuff in Boston

  1. Bed, Bath, and Beyond - 401 Park Drive, Boston (Highly recommend the BB&B College Lay-Away Program! Go to your local store and ask about it)
  2. City Target - Opening in Fenway in August
  3. TruValue Economy - 219 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston 
  4. CVS - 231 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston


And there you have it! Do you think I forgot something? Is there something you have questions about? Let me know, send me a question, and good luck packing up! 

anonymous asked:

Lisa Snart for coffee headcanons

1. Lisa Snart cannot survive without her coffee in the morning, and, if you try to talk to her before she drinks some, neither will you.

2. She hates frou-frou coffees–she likes her coffee black most of the time, though sometimes she enjoys two sugar packets in it. 

3. Cisco bought her a Keurig machine for her birthday, and she stands by it being the best present anyone ever bought her. 

A Very Bucky Christmas (Part 2/7)

Summary: Snow, Christmas trees, lights - standard things people see around Christmas time. But when you and a few the Avengers are stuck at a safe house during the Christmas season, you get bummed that you can’t have a standard Christmas. Bucky takes it upon himself to get you back into the holiday spirit. Well, he tries his best, anyway.  

Pairing: Bucky x Reader

Word Count: ~1000 (sorry it’s so short - this one is a shorter series anyway)

Warnings: Language, (not-so) unrequited love, and Christmas fluff setup. 

A/N: I go to school where there’s a blanket of pine needles on the ground, so yes, they do get stuck on you easily. I hope you enjoy the second installment! <3

Originally posted by rivermusic

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anonymous asked:

I feel stupid asking this, but how do you pronounce 'Keurig'?

Oh boy, well I’m awful at pronouncing things in real life anyways but Keurig comes from the K-Cup coffee machine, Keurig.

Any who, I pronounce it like “Cure-Egg”

Bahahaha sorry that was the only way I could explain it! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

You Want To Play A Game Of What?? - Part 2

I Just Can’t Help Myself - Sequel to You Want To Play A Game of What??


Author: JamieMac26

Warnings: Smut - Mature Rating


I sat in my living room, on the floor surrounded by mounds of paperwork. A huge project at work had kept me busy and away from my normal social life. I hadn’t even had time to have much contact with Dylan, not since the night of our strip baseball game. I had replayed the moment in my mind several times, a smile always managing to find a way to my face. I squinted at the  large binder propped up in my lap. The words were starting to blur and I was having a hard time maintaining my focus. I needed to take a break but I knew that it would be a long time coming. Giving up hope, I settled for an additional cup of coffee instead.  Unburying myself, I padded into the kitchen. The overused and beloved Keurig machine gleamed in the bright lights above the sink. I sighed, leaning against the counter, as I waited for the dark liquid to finish brewing. The quiet the evening, was disrupted by the trill of the phone, as it sounded from the other room. I groaned, wondering which one of my bosses was about to bring further torture into my life by the additional information that needed to urgently be added before tomorrow morning’s meeting. I pushed paper after paper aside, digging through the piles, frantically trying to find the small device. The glow of the screen created enough light, that I managed to spy it out of the corner of my eye.  A huge grin broke on my face as I saw the name on the screen.  I quickly unlocked it, reading the message that he had sent….

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fall time with luke where he’s always grumpy in the cold and hides his red nose behind knit scarves and wearing matching leather jackets and lacing up each other’s boots and going as spongebob & patrick for halloween per his request and snuggling up under blankets while watching old scary movies, drinking chai tea that he took a half hour to learn how to make in the keurig machine and getting in to elaborate leaf fights where you each end up with pieces of crinkly brown leaves weaved in to your hair, spending the rest of the night getting them out and just. fall time with luke (◡‿◡✿)

Birthday gifts for the signs

Aries: Sports tickets, skydiving lessons, and a keurig machine

Taurus: FOOD, money, cashmere blanket, dinner at the Cheesecake Factory

Gemini: iPhone 6 with unlimited calling, journals, luggage, cute ass knick knacks

Cancer: free hug coupons, a new sofa, a puppy

Leo: gold jewelry, movie tickets, trip to 6 flags or Vegas, iTunes gift cards

Virgo: gardening tools and plants, non fiction books, gift card to an organic food store, stand up comedy show, massage

Libra: charm bracelet, expensive wine, spa day, perfume

Scorpio: sex and a target gift card

Sagittarius: luggage, airline passes, hiking boots

Capricorn: Dinner at a fancy restaurant, day planner, antiques, bathrobe

Aquarius: DVD player, puzzles and fun board games, socks

Pisces: candles, aquarium with fish, bubble bath, concert tickets

Fathers Day Breakfast

The three Anderson-Hummel kids all wake up early to make breakfast for their dads for Fathers Day.  It’s not perfect, but it’s one of the best Fathers Day’s that Kurt and Blaine have ever had.

1137 words.  Rated: G

“Shh!” eleven-year-old Elizabeth whispered at her younger brother and sister as they tip-toed down the hallway towards their kitchen.  “You have to stay quiet or they’ll wake up!”

The three Anderson-Hummel kids had been planning this for weeks.  They had been determined to make sure they had breakfast ready to go as soon as their dads woke up on Fathers Day.  They had each assigned themselves a job for that morning.  

Elizabeth, the oldest, was to do any cooking that was involved.  While she may have only been eleven years old, Kurt had taught her how to make pancakes, and she had gotten pretty good at making pancakes and eggs over time.  The only thing she had never cooked before was bacon, but she had watched Blaine make bacon several times and felt fairly confident that she could do the same.  

Eight-year-old Melody was to pour juice and milk.  She also knew how to work her dads’ Keurig machine, so she was also going to make coffee for her dads.

Meanwhile, the five-year-old, Michael, was going to set the table.  He got five plates out of the cabinet, as well as forks and knives, and made his way over to the table.  Once the plates and silverware were in place, Michael grabbed things like butter and syrup and placed them on the table as well.

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