I got a new cut and coloring all because of his fictional character that I’m in love with. I can’t thank Katie for her amazing work as the BlackCanary on Arrow. She’s inspired me so much. Like I’m so thankful she was chosen for this role. I identify and relate to her and her persona. Haven’t had the same struggles but I appreciate her character and her story.
This 15 year old sweetheart deserves a home so bad, we don’t want her in a cage, can you offer a foster home or better yet a furever home??
Please share this beauty lots, we want her in a home ASAP!
Anyone who wants a sweet, gentle, friendly, affectionate cat who will have a conversation with you if you take the time to talk to her, who solicits petting and attention, and who has the wisdom of a senior, the looks of a fashion model, and has been treated for whatever ailed her and pronounced good to go!
Ebony is 15, spayed, vaccinated and felv/fiv negative. She will be a wonderful companion, not demanding, doesn’t need a circus to entertain her, has no known medical conditions and requires no special treatment or medication.
***We have teamed up with Best Friends’ month-long “Love is Ageless” adoption special, taking place all through November, to help sensational senior pets find homes!
The adoption fee’s for our seniors and some of our less adoptable cats will be $18.***
[Emma rubs her nose] Peter Parker: Oh, no. Gwen Stacy: What? Peter Parker: I just figured out the next ground rule. Gwen Stacy: What? Peter Parker: No more of this… [he rubs his nose like she just did] Peter Parker: No more…no more of this nose rub you do. Gwen Stacy: This. [she rubs her nose again] Peter Parker: Don’t think I haven’t noticed. Gwen Stacy: What am I supposed to do? It’s allergy season. Peter Parker: This is killing me. I got it, you’re just spitting in the face of my ground rules. I’m out.[playfully he turns to leave] Gwen Stacy: Come on! [Peter walks back to her] Peter Parker: First we get ice cream, and then I’m out.
The Amazing Spider-man 2 - Gwen x Peter Union Square Scene
I ventured into the city the other day to meet up with my gf for some lunch. We walked around a bit until we decided to grab lunch at this pizza parlor in Murray Hill. Upon walking in you could tell it was the pizzeria of the future. We checked out the slice selection. I ordered a buffalo chicken slice. Once slice was a whopping FIVE DOLLARS?!? I felt my heart stop for a second. I bit my tongue and handed over the cash. If it’s that much it must be fuckin delicious right?
Well…almost. The crust was by far the best part of this slice. Ultra-thin, super crunchy. It even had sesame seeds added to it (something I’ve never seen added to a slice). The chicken was also superb, opting for a crispy popcorn-styled chicken coated in a spicy (but not overwhelming) sauce. The blue cheese was distributed evenly and the cheese was nicely garnished with herbs. It was a bit on the greasy side.
All in all it was a good slice. However, the sting of paying $5 for one buffalo chicken slice is a hard pill to swallow and definitely put a damper on my whole experience.