merengue pie

  • what she says: I'm fine
  • what she means: I'm so glad that our lemon tree finally grew and sprouted fruitful lemony lemons. I mean, imagine, we can make lemonade, key lemon pie, lemon merengue pie. I think it's the most valuable of property that we have. I think we should go to the bank and get a loan, actually I think we should just get lemon tree insurance and then get a loan and use the lemon tree as collateral because it is now insured. I truly do love our lemon tree. Just imagine a life full of lemon trees, and all our beautiful lemons, endless possibilities. They're so beautiful, I wish I was a lemon. You wish you were a lemon? If you were a lemon I would put you on my shelf and cherish you like I cherish all our lemons. That's so beautiful, like I only hope that the whores aren't stealing our lemons you know those naughty whores always steal lemons and we do have a couple lemon whores in this community, those damn lemon-stealing whores I hate them because no one will take our prized lemons from us. Hey, has it been about 10 seconds since we looked at our lemon tree? It has been about 10 seconds till we looked at our lemon tree. Hey what the fuck
I'm so glad that our lemon tree finally grew and sprouted fruitful lemony lemons. I mean, imagine, we can make lemonade, key lemon pie, lemon merengue pie. I think it's the most valuable of property that we have. I think we should go to the bank and get a loan, actually I think we should just get lemon tree insurance and then get a loan and use the lemon tree as collateral because it is now insured. I truly do love our lemon tree. Just imagine a life full of lemon trees, and all our beautiful lemons, endless possibilities. They're so beautiful, I wish I was a lemon. You wish you were a lemon? If you were a lemon I would put you on my shelf and cherish you like I cherish all our lemons. That's so beautiful, like I only hope that the whores aren't stealing our lemons you know those naughty whores always steal lemons and we do have a couple lemon whores in this community, those damn lemon-stealing whores I hate them because no one will take our prized lemons from us. Hey, has it been about 10 seconds since we looked at our lemon tree? It has been about 10 seconds till we looked at our lemon tree. Hey what the fuck
I'm so glad that our lemon tree finally grew and sprouted fruitful lemony lemons. I mean, imagine, we can make lemonade, key lemon pie, lemon merengue pie. I think it's the most valuable of property that we have. I think we should go to the bank and get a loan, actually I think we should just get lemon tree insurance and then get a loan and use the lemon tree as collateral because it is now insured. I truly do love our lemon tree. Just imagine a life full of lemon trees, and all our beautiful lemons, endless possibilities. They're so beautiful, I wish I was a lemon. You wish you were a lemon? If you were a lemon I would put you on my shelf and cherish you like I cherish all our lemons. That's so beautiful, like I only hope that the whores aren't stealing our lemons you know those naughty whores always steal lemons and we do have a couple lemon whores in this community, those damn lemon-stealing whores I hate them because no one will take our prized lemons from us. Hey, has it been about 10 seconds since we looked at our lemon tree? It has been about 10 seconds till we looked at our lemon tree. Hey what the fuck

ok-ak  asked:

Hi! I'm new to NYC. Here for grad school. Got any tips? Food/cool places/coffee shops/things to do/anything?!/help im going to cry and go home. Thanks!

All I do is eat. That’s all I do in NYC. I mean, I go to drugstores for makeup and supermarkets for low sodium chicken broth and dive bars for 5 dollar gin and tonics with barely any ice, but mostly all I do (and want to do) is eat. So I’m going to list my favorite restaurants, because all I really WANT to do is eat:

L’Artusi (Italian, homemade pasta, try the olive oil cake)

Dirt Candy (all vegetarian, carrot merengue pie, broccoli hot dogs)

Momofuku Milk Bar (crack pie, Christina Tosi)

Talde (pretzel dumplings, bacon egg and cheese fried rice, very cool plates)

Carbone (most expensive meal I’ve ever loved, spicy vodka rigatoni, like the Godfather)

Motorino (meatballs, brussel sprout pizza, sparkling red wine)

Rubirosa (vodka sauce pizza pie, artichokes, thin crust like my grandma liked )

The Commodore (best nachos in the entire world, best green salad that has parsley and pickles, piña coladas)

Giovanni’s Brooklyn Eats (calamari, lady who sits by the bar and compliments you)

MP Taverna (hummus, octopus is one of my favorite foods, big windows, lots of rosé)

Bare Burger (the spot I went on my very first date, said I was sweaty, and then fell in love)

Charlie Bird (makes you feel cool, chicken liver, farro salad)

Momofuku Noodle Bar (salty, yummy, and the soft eggs!)

Taim (falafellll)

Perilla (farro risotto, spicy duck meatballs)

Prune (just had their coddled egg and now I am dreaming about their dinner)

Brooklyn Burro (favorite burrito ever)

The Lodge (my favorite brunch is a tempeh bacon sandwich with an over easy egg, tomato, fried okra, and some kind of pesto)

Shake Shack (when I finished my first book I sat alone in a booth and ate cheese fries)

EDIT TO SAY: WHAT are your favorite places to eat in NYC please tell me

anonymous asked:

LEMONS?!

I’m so glad that our lemon tree finally grew and sprouted fruitful lemony lemons. I mean, imagine, we can make lemonade, key lemon pie, lemon merengue pie. I think it’s the most valuable of property that we have. I think we should go to the bank and get a loan, actually I think we should just get lemon tree insurance and then get a loan and use the lemon tree as collateral because it is now insured. I truly do love our lemon tree. Just imagine a life full of lemon trees, and all our beautiful lemons, endless possibilities. They’re so beautiful, I wish I was a lemon. You wish you were a lemon? If you were a lemon I would put you on my shelf and cherish you like I cherish all our lemons. That’s so beautiful, like I only hope that the whores aren’t stealing our lemons you know those naughty whores always steal lemons. we do have a couple lemon whores in this community, those damn lemon-stealing whores I hate them no one will take our prized lemons from us. Hey, has it been about 10 seconds since we looked at our lemon tree? It has been about 10 seconds till we looked at our lemon tree. Hey what the FUCK

DFOTM: Lemon Merengue Pie

Word Count: ~1,000

For @balthazars-muse Dean’s Flavor of the Month one shot list, inspired by the pie astrology post.

Summary: The reader tries to throw Dean a birthday party, but it doesn’t exactly go as she planned.


Dean didn’t like to celebrate his birthday.

It wasn’t that he had any particular bad memories or experiences; it was just that he didn’t think it was important.  He viewed celebrating it as more of a hassle than a party, and you were determined to change that.

The night before, you sent out calls and made arrangements with Sam while Dean was relaxing in the recreation room.  It wasn’t going to be anything enormous—just the three of you, Cas, Charlie, and Bobby.  You were going to decorate the library with a few balloons and maybe a “Happy Birthday!” sign hanging from the bookshelves.

Food was always a must, so after some discussion, you relented into letting Sam pick provided that it wasn’t all greenery.  He, of course, rolled his eyes and sarcastically asked, “Who would show up to Dean’s party without burgers and booze?”

You made him buy a cake rather than pie, because as a special treat for Dean, you were going to put yourself to the test by baking one yourself.  It couldn’t be that hard.  After all, you used to make lemon merengue pies with your grandmother, and though it wasn’t Dean’s favorite, pecan, you knew he’d be happy either way.

The morning of, you awoke before Dean.  You checked your phone to see a confirmation text from Charlie, saying that she’d be there by six, and even without one from Bobby, you knew he was coming as well.

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anonymous asked:

how would you feel if someone were to send you a box full of memes

I’m so glad that our meme tree finally grew and sprouted fruitful memey memes. I mean, imagine, we can make memonade, key meme pie, meme merengue pie. I think it’s the most valuable property that we have. I think we should go to the bank and get a loan. Actually, I think we should just get meme tree insurance and then get a loan and use the meme tree as collateral, because it is now insured. I truly do love our meme tree. Just imagine: a life full of meme trees. If you were a meme, I would put you on my shelf and cherish you like I cherish all my memes.