noodle bag

Y'all I got this all for a whopping $25!!! EATING WELL DOESNT HAVE TO BE EXPENSIVE! You just have to know how to find the good prices! Typically my normal weekly haul is 2ce this, so $50-$60 a week on food. That is pretty damn cheap guys.
We got:
-1 papaya
-Bag of raw broccoli slaw
-White rice
-cherry tomatoes
-2 bags soy noodles (never had them before but they looked good!)
-spinach/baby kale mix
-3 sweet potatoes
-4 mangoes
-bag of Fuji apples
- 1 cantaloupe


okay but modern day college au of vox machina and percy is the 24/7 stressed out pre-law double major with a passion for engineering but he’s only really good at blowing things up so instead he’s majoring in history (focus on warfare developments from the early modern to the modern era) and philosophy (focus on ethics) and he is just the physical embodiment of stress because he always takes too much on his plate and never says no when someone asks him for help and his eyeliner is perpetually smudged and his nails are always chipped

he invented a mixture of 5 different kinds of energy drinks mixed with caffeine powder and calls it ‘gunpowder’ because it tastes like shit but you will NOT fall asleep for like 4 days after using it 

he has a super nice apartment that his family pays for but he practically lives in the library and never spends money on anything like he always has ramen noodle packets in his bag and maybe a crushed pop-tart and 50 cents. 

he never remembers to do his roots either

INTP–ISTJ Grocery Shopping Pains

INTP: *Picks up a bag of noodles*

INTP: Ahh, see, this is really cool! And I’ve wanted to buy and cook them, but it requires milk.


INTP: I’d have to buy milk, too. And I hardly ever use it. So I would buy it, use it once, and the rest of it would go bad.

ISTJ: You know you can just buy one of those single serving bottles of milk and use that, right?


ISTJ: You don’t have to get a whole gallon of milk, INTP.

INTP: Okay, I did not think of that, but I didn’t get a whole gallon of milk!

ISTJ: *Raises eyebrow*

INTP: I got one of those. *Points*

INTP: I got one of the little gallons.


ISTJ: The little gallons.

INTP: I forget the actual name for the measurement… size of the container.


INTP: You know what I mean!

INTP: The slim gallons.


INTP: The little milks.

ISTJ: Dear god.

INTP: The little mini gallon milks.



poppy seed chicken casserole


  • 8oz sour cream
  • 2 cans cream of chicken 
  • 1-2 cups cooked shredded chicken (precooked chicken from the deli or canned chicken works well if you don’t have enough spoons to cook the chicken yourself)
  • 2 tubes Ritz crackers
  • poppy seeds
  • 1 bag egg noodles (optional)
  • 1 tbsp butter
  • salt, pepper, and other seasonings to taste 


  • mix sour cream, cream of chicken, shredded chicken, and any seasonings you want thoroughly 
  • pour the mixture into a 9x13 cake pan and spread it out until it’s mostly smooth
  • crush crackers in a bag and add poppy seeds; seal bag and shake them so they’re combined
  • pour crackers onto the top of the other mixture and level it out
  • melt butter and drizzle it on the crackers
  • put it in the oven set at 350f for 20-40 minutes, just until the casserole is warmed through and the crackers are lightly toasted
  • (optional) boil noodles according to package directions (salt the water and mix them with butter when they’re done for more flavor)
  • when the casserole is done, you can eat it as is, but i always like to serve it on top of the noodles

you can also add frozen vegetables in this if that’s your thing and you want it to be a bit healthier