muffin bottom

Blueberry Muffins

Pairing: Yoongi/Jimin
Rated: M (for some sexy timez)
Author: yoonminaufest
Length: 66k - 4/4 ch

Park Jimin, a meek, quiet assistant at Bangtan News Station, catches the wrath of his long-time crush, the 7’o clock news anchor, Min Yoongi, when Jimin accidentally switches scripts one night and almost causes an incident on live, national television. Yoongi is furious and makes Jimin cry in a room full of their coworkers, calling him names and telling him how stupid he is. 

Afterwards, Jimin takes to avoiding Yoongi like the plague, and Yoongi, who at first couldn’t stand Jimin, can’t help but start noticing him everywhere. Soon he finds himself falling for Jimin, which scares him, because Yoongi has never felt this way about a man before. Will it be too late to salvage a relationship with Jimin, or did Yoongi ruin his chance for good?


Eclipsa: You must give me something in return.

Moon: Okay… What do you want? 

Eclipsa: My freedom. 

Moon: What!

Eclipsa: I know it’s a lot to ask, but I’ve just been here so long, all by myself. I want to buy my own chocolate or those little shrink-wrapped muffins at the bottom.

They keep alternating between Eclipsa sounding sinister af and then just having her be here for the food. I have no idea what to think anymore. 

i bet h/l talk through the tags of posts they reblog of each other constantly trying to one up cheeseball levels

and they’ve been featured on those posts of really elaborate and specific tags like harry’s for louis would be something along the lines of “honey muffin sugar punch sweet bottom rose petal essence”

christmasterek  asked:

heya can you update the domestic sterek tag plzz, i love going through it <3

me too 

DIY by mountain_ash (1/1 | 738 | NR)

Their new apartment needs a little color.

everything you do [sends me higher than the moon] by crossroadswrite (1/1 | 4,522 | G)

Based off the prompt: “I understand the whole sleep talking thing but what I don’t understand is the princess dragon dream and why I’m in it.”
When Derek opens his door to see Stiles standing there with four full suitcases, his massagers’ bag thrown over his shoulder, two big cardboard boxes that barely close and his demon cat cradled on the crook of his elbow all he can say is, “Why?”

Not “what” not “what happened stiles” not “get out” not “please let me kiss you this pinning thing is really getting old for me” not “why are you bringing satan into my home”.

Just a simple “why”.

He thinks that is the key question in his life. Just why, in general.

“I’m moving in!” Stiles announces cheerily, dragging a suitcase and little homewrecker inside with him.

Love Is Good Soup by totallyrandom (3/3 | 3,047 | PG13)

Pack dinner of a big homemade stew and everyone is full and happy and all of a sudden Derek is metaphorically smacked up side the head with ***family***

In This Town We Call Home by paintedrecs (bon) (1/1 | 9,594 | R)

Stiles has always loved Halloween; in the Stilinski-Hale household, it’s officially, no question, his holiday. (Derek can have Christmas, with its lights and cheerful decorations and prickly-needled trees.) This year, though, their daughter’s decided to dress up as Little Red Riding Hood - and there’s really only one choice to play the wolf. The question is: will Derek agree to wear horn-rimmed glasses and a poor excuse for a robe all night? And what’s Stiles’s role in this family outing?

Also known as: a seasonal burst of domestic holiday fluff.

Sleep Like A Baby by Hypocorismm (1/1 | 1,515 | G)

Whoever came up with the phrase “sleep like a baby” has clearly never had one.
The one where it’s Derek’s turn to get up with their daughter and it doesn’t go as planned.

This Is Your Sunday Morning, Derek Hale! by PolarisTheYoungWolf (1/1 | 3,064 | G)

“Who’s this?” Derek asked as he held up Scott’s picture.
“Afa.” Arya chirped happily.
“Good. Now, who is this?” Derek asked holding up Peter’s picture.
“Pee Rrr gggrrrr.” Arya said as she scrunched up her face to growl and raised her lil hand to make scratching motions and then giggled.
“Right. And…who am I?” Derek asked.
“Der ba.” Arya said plainly.
Derek slumped his head against the table. “No, baby. I’m daddy. Come on, you can say it. Daaaaaa-dddddy.”
“Deeeeeeeeeeeer….” she then reached out and poked him happily. “Ba!”
Derek sighed miserably and then turned to Laura, “Come on princess. Can YOU say daddy?”
“…” Laura blinked at him a few times. Then when she opened her mouth, Derek held his breath in anticipation. “Sa-ooph.”

“Stiles! Your daughters don’t recognize me as their father! Come fix it!”

Bathtub time by Propella (1/1 | 1,330 | PG13)

Stiles and Derek take a bath together.

Bricks by paintedrecs (bon) (1/1 | 8,336 | PG13)

“Mornin’, love,“ Derek says, and Stiles freezes in his arms. They haven’t exchanged official I love you’s yet, and Derek seems determined to derail Stiles’s plans to say it first. With fireworks. Or bubble baths. Something epic.

The point is, Derek barely even seems to realize he’s doing it, and it’s driving Stiles crazy.

Or: My first time writing a 5 + 1 fic.

Run Away With Me by brokenpromisesandhope (1/1 | 1,843 | NR)

Derek is having an awful day, maybe Stiles shouldn’t propose.

Sleepy Idiots in Love by lallybyrne (1/1 | 1,007 | G)

Not every couple has the same sleeping style…

Sunday Morning (Rain is Falling) by emissarystilinski (1/1 | 3,286 | NC17)

Rainy days, especially on the weekends, were always his favorite but they reached a whole new level of favoritism since he started waking up to mole dotted skin and messy brown hair.

muffin bottom boy by kellifer_fic (1/1 | 3,054 | G)

When Derek isn’t lurking or growling or being weirdly adorable which, who knew that was a thing, he’s elsewhere and Stiles didn’t notice at first that the times he’s elsewhere align with the full moon.

Terms of Endearment by MaddieStilinski (1/1 | 1,983 | G)

His head’s still spinning when Stiles pulls away, breathing hard, and says, ‘Looks like I’ll be getting a happy ending after all.’

the rush before we touch. by doctorkaitlyn (1/1 | 1,226 | R)

When Derek wakes one night to the sound of Stiles pacing, he assumes that Stiles is trying to brainstorm some ideas for work.

He’s not wrong about the brainstorming, but what Stiles is thinking about has less to do work and way more to do with vows.

written for the prompt "things you said that I wasn’t meant to hear.”

morning and daddyhood by Siriusstuff (1/1 | 1,055 | NR)

Stiles makes sure their kid learns a new word.

A Loving Touch by La_Maria_Rose (1/1 | 1,474 | PG13)

Stiles and Derek enjoy a morning of sweet words and gentle touches.

Dear Future Husband by smokesforsterek (1/1 | 1,226 | R)

Stiles and Derek find a letter that is addressed ‘Dear Future Husband’ in a box of Stiles things from his youth. They read it and they have memories of each thing on the list.

Cookie Dough Love by BridgetMcKennitt (1/1 | 1,189 | PG13)

There was nothing better than cookies, sex, and Derek.

Something as Simple as This by MidnightMinx90 (1/1 | 6,144 | PG13)

Stiles finds a kitten and falls in love.
Derek gets jealous. So does Stiles.

And Stiles might be in for a bit more than he thought at first.


Set to post-s4, so spoilers for that season

Derek Hale and “The Manly Art of Knitting” by pinetreekate (Pinetreekate) (1/1 | 1,759 | G)

Derek has a secret knitting habit.

Figure it Out by Fatebegins (1/1 | 2,065 | PG13)

propmt: sterek, omega stiles was mated young(18 or w/e) and already has a child with Derek. It’s hard enough balancing school and raising a child and now he’s unexpectedly pregnant again!

anonymous asked:

Somebody left a box of your favorite muffins at your doorstep. What do you do? (Yuri/Vanya)

Yuri looks around to try and catch the mysterious benefactor but he’s too late to catch them. He wonders who they are and how they knew his favorite muffin was blueberry! He never the less takes them into his apartment.

“Looks like our anonymous gift giver is at it again!” he says happily, and he divvies them out to his family, who seem to be excited to get something.


Vanya stares at them.  Who sent these and how did they get here?  He checks the platter of muffins top to bottom for EZIC notes and doesn’t find any.  He smells them.  Nothing suspicious.  Whistling, he takes them inside.  He’s about to find the perfect hiding spot where he can have them all to himself when his niece, Nina spots him.

“What’s that, Uncle Vanya?”

Being caught completely red-handed, he offers one to her.  

“Chocolate chip muffins.  You get one for now, but then you have to eat the rest of your breakfast.” Vanya tells her, trying to sound stern. 

Nina perks.  “Don’t worry, I’m gonna save the best for last!” she exclaims happily.

While she heads to the breakfast table, Vanya takes two of the muffins off the plate, and decides to leave them on the counter.  Everyone should start their day with chocolate and a smile.

26 Problems Barack Obama Should Actually Fix

Hey Barack,

It’s Matt again. I know you said only to write you if I had “actual problems to discuss” because you’re “the president of the United States” and “this relationship is hovering dangerously close to harassment." So consider this correspondence strictly professional and also consider my feelings personally devastated.

It’s come to my attention that, in discussing your plans during yesterday’s State of the Union, you neglected to mention some of our nation’s most pressing concerns. Fortunately, you have a friend/lover like me to remind you of our priorities.

Below, a list of problems you might consider addressing in the immediate future:

1. The phenomenon of donut frosting sticking to the top of a closed donut box.

2. Cupcakes with a horrifically unequal frosting-to-cake ratio. (Cake should always outweigh frosting by at least 3 to 1, Barack, this is just fact.)

3. Coffee that’s neither cold nor hot, but the disgusting temperature of nothing.

4. Empty yogurt cups too delicate to handle the weight of a single spoon.

5. The absence of a third Adele album, which our nation desperately needs.

6. Websites that still have pop-up ads. Also, websites that force you to watch a video before getting to look at anything. Also, just, most websites.

7. People who still think objectifying men is the same as objectifying women. (It’s not, Barack. It’s not. But more on that later, I suppose.)

8. Why I still have to wait so long for AT&T to let me upgrade my iPhone.

9. Seatbelt buckles that get too hot in the summer.

10. Croutons in salad. (Bread is fine, and a perfectly acceptable and often necessary accompaniment to salad, but why must we make it so hard to put it atop salad? What’s the point of enjoying bread if you’ve toasted it into a dense, crunchy carb rock? STOP RUINING BREAD, BARACK. CROUTONS RUIN LIVES.)

11. Butts that only look good when they’re squeezed into tight pants. (Those aren’t good butts, Barack. You know what’s a good butt? A good fucking butt. Not a butt that’s been squeezed into a tiny pair of pants just to look bigger. You’re not fooling anybody, MEDIOCRE BUTTS.)

12. Nick Jonas’s nipples.

13. Muffins with a bad muffin top to muffin bottom ratio.

14. Ice cream cones that are too small for the amount of desired ice cream.

15. Hot douches like Adam Levine.

16. Sprouts.

17. Tofu cream cheese.

18. Attractive British men who don’t love me. (You know who I’m talking about, Barack.)

19. Why my radiator still whistles even though I replaced the valve three times. (And no, Barack, I’m not calling my landlord. I already told you he judged me last time he came into my bedroom and saw the tasteful male nude portrait I have hanging above my dresser. I’m not going through that again.)

20. The shape of Channing Tatum’s face.

21. Why Meryl Streep doesn’t have more Oscars.

22. Why Taylor Hicks beat Katherine McPhee on the fifth season of American Idol.

23. Everything that happens at Whole Foods.

24. Bottomless brunch that only lasts for two hours.

25. The fact that Desperate Housewives ended.

26. Hot guys with thin eyebrows. Get out. Just get out.

Thank you and please return my texts,


hellagaychrome replied to your post: I’m not the person who asked the thing that got…

I do! I adore the part of stuff that’s touching the pan (so side/corner pieces of cakes/brownies) so the bottom is the BEST to me! and I prefer froyo and sorbetto cause milk in store-bought products makes me sick ;; they will have to claw Jason’s Deli’s ice cream from my cold dead hands tho!! I will never give that up!!

The bottoms of muffins are at best good for crumbling into yogurt. But why have a muffin when scones exist? 

This is my last post about Miley Cyrus/VMAs, I promise.

So … this thing. That happened to her butt. Thanks to that badly fitting, non-stretchable tan garment was wearing. (The bearded gentleman with the purple phone is pointing it out for us.)

Is there a name for this thing? Does anybody know? It’s kind of like an upside-down muffin top, so … I guess you’d have to call it a “muffin bottom”?


No contest. The homemade version wins.

I usually set my bar pretty high when it comes to choosing the photographs I post here. Dozens end up on the cutting room floor before I settle on the right one. Not this morning. Today I wanted to show you the little breakfast sandwich maker we got months ago, and I wasn’t going to make more sandwiches than we could eat all for the sake of photography.

We could live without this little appliance, but we love it. After it has warmed up, you build your sandwich starting with half an English muffin at the bottom. Then you add Canadian bacon, or turkey (what we used here), or even cooked, crispy bacon. Top it with cheese. Close the inner lid and then crack an egg on its surface. Another English muffin half finishes it off. You close the lid and wait four or five minutes. Voilà! One delicious, scrumptious breakfast package, ready to head out the door with you.

You can make healthier versions by using just egg whites. You can add spinach leaves or substitute low-fat cheese. Sometimes I will toast two pieces of whole wheat bread and then use a large, round cookie cutter to cut circles out of the bread. It’s a lighter version than with the English muffin.

Alternatively, you can keep the English muffin, load it up with various cheeses and pepperoni and top it with an egg. ;-)  Your call.

anonymous asked:

You reblogged a fic earlier where Stiles asked "Top or bottom" about muffins and Derek took it the wrong way and I can't find it?!?!?!?

Oh nooo! Sorry nonnie, the reblog looked all weird on my blog for some reason, so I had to delete it! Let me find the fic, it’s one of my favourites!

Muffins As A Declaration Of Intent by JenNova

“Top or bottom?” Stiles asks, off to Derek’s right.

“Bottom,” Derek says automatically, not really looking at him. “Wait, what?”

There you go, sweet nonnie! Enjoy!!


Easy Egg Muffins

I always feel better when I have some protein with my breakfast, and I found this recipe and it’s really easy and doesn’t have to be expensive at all.  Even if you don’t have a muffin tin you could easy make this in a baking dish or cake pan and cut out slices.

You’ll need:

  • 12 eggs (for a 12-cup muffin tin)
  • Cheese
  • Diced vegetables, you can use as little or as much as you want (I had half a can of leftover diced tomatoes in my fridge that I threw in there, but broccoli, green onions, mushrooms, peppers, any kind of vegetable you could put in an omelette would be great)
  • Optional: Meat (ham, bacon, sausage)

Beat up your eggs with a fork.  You can add milk or half & half but I don’t, personal preference.  Spray your muffin tin with Pam or something similar.  If you don’t have Pam you can probably rub butter or olive oil but it may not work as well.  Or you could use muffin liners.  In the bottom of each cup, layer meat (if using), vegetables, and some cheese, then pour in enough egg to fill up the cup 2/3 to ¾ of the way.  Bake at 350ish (doesn’t have to be exact) for about 30 minutes or so, until golden on top.  Pop out your muffins and enjoy.  The best part is that these keep in the fridge for a week and can be frozen.  I throw some in a bag before I leave for work and microwave for a minute or two to heat them up.

David Duchovny has just discovered something terrifying, more disgusting than the paranormal junk he finds every week on the X-Files.

“Have you ever heard of someone who eats just the top of the muffins then leaves the bottom half?” he asks during a phone interview from his set in Vancouver, Canada. “It’s gross.”

He bursts out laughing and his assistant – the evil muffin eater – yells in the background. “You do it, too!”

“I think it’s worse than finding two bodies hanging in the air,” Duchovny declares.

St. Petersburg Times, September 1993