my drunk cookbook

In previous years, I had to wait for my mom or to recieve a gift card to be able to order anything online. This was the case for pre-ordering every book by Grace Helibg, Hannah Hart, and Mamrie Hart, until now. I am now (almost) an adult, aka a college student, and I was able to order I’ve Got This Round by Mamrie Hart on my own accord. Adulting is wild

Working in retail is not fun and people can be incredibly rude especially coming up to Christmas! After a problematic morning I was on my lunch break with a nice cup of white tea in my Hannah Hart mug, this reminded me that I need to stay positive and that Christmas is a time for celebration. Be happy because life’s too short!!



Hello guys! So yesterday at the Austin Geeks Who Drink with Hannah Hart book signing Hannah addressed getting to number 6 on the New York Times best sellers book list for the first time and asked for the small group there to tell all the other Hartosexuals what she said, so I happened to record it and would like to share it with all you fellow Hartosexuals She means the world to all of us and to share this moment with her was amazing but I think we all should be able to share it together! Congratulations fans! Congratulations Hannah! We love you! <3 :) mydrunkkitchen


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“My Drunk Kitchen: A Guide to Eating, Drinking, and Going with Your Gut” 

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At this point in your adult life, you should probably know how to make scrambled eggs. If you don’t, here is how you do it:
Step 1: Try to make an omelet.
Step 2: Give up.
—  Hannah Hart, My Drunk Kitchen: A Guide to Eating, Drinking, and Going with Your Gut (2014)
However, you’re stupid. Remember that one time you shut down the country because you didn’t want to participate in government?
—  Hannah Hart, My Drunk Kitchen: a guide to eating, drinking, and going with your gut, p. 77