original beef

when u love ur wife and also ur husband and u love taking them places so everyone can see how wonderful they are

So my theater has fantastic beast
  • Customer: so what's playing?
  • Me: Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them
  • Customer: fantastic beef?
  • Me: beast.
  • Customer: BEEF?
  • Me: Beast? Like monsters? Like in Harry Potter?
  • Customer: oh I don't like Harry Potter
  • Customer: *leaves*
Tabimatsu: Yamagata Story 2

EP 002: Hitoribun no Okane… / 一人分のお金…
EP 002: One Person’s Share of the Money…

hello and welcome to the skit that was the last one I ever unlocked on the main map, and also the one I consider to be the meanest to matsuno karamatsu. we hope you enjoy your stay.

T/N: Yonezawa beef is beef that originates from the prefecture of Yamagata, and it’s one of the three main brands of wagyu (which translates to “Japanese beef”) along with Kobe beef and Matsusaka beef.

Ichimatsu: ……I’m hungry.

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Are you kidding me?  I went to google because I kind of didn’t believe that last reblog, but I found an article supporting it.  The Steve Molaro that we all love/hate originated None Pizza Left Beef.  What is this world?  Did you guys know about that?  Why did none of you tell me?  What the hell?  I feel like my whole world has shifted.

anonymous asked:

Just thought I'd add something for your followers who might be wondering about foods for their animals. I'm a vet student and I've recently been going through nutrition. Food labels can trick you into thinking they contain a product when there's actually very little of it in there. For example, if it says "with beef flavour" there's less than 4% in there. "with beef/contains beef" 4-14%. "high in beef/extra beef" 15-25%. "beef variety/beef menu/beef dinner/beef recipe/beef with cereal" above 25%

(2/2) continued ask about nutrition: “Brand Name’ beef’ - All contents are of beef origin with no other ingredients present except gravy, jelly, sauce, permitted additives and nutrient supplements. Beef can obviously be substituted for other meats, but this is just so people might have a better idea of what they’re actually paying for. Info taken from my nutrition lecture notes which used various food labels as evidence.

yup! most foods have 30-70% carbs in them and the AAFCO has certain guidelines for how it must be phrased with the % of protein in it. thanks for the input friend!


A Rescue Named Loki’s 500th Follower Giveaway

Thanks to every one of Loki’s followers for being awesome since the blog was started almost 5 years ago. To celebrate each and every one of you, I’m hosting a giveaway of some amazing things!

One winner will be picked on March 3rd, 2015 at 8:00pm Central Standard Time.


  • You must be following lokidog! This is a giveaway celebrating followers :)
  • I will only count reblogs, but you can reblog as many time as you’d like (you can ‘like’ it to bookmark it if that helps you)!
  • You must be 18+ or have parental permission to enter.
  • I will ship internationally! :)
  • Be willing to send me your address so, uh, you can get your prizes!
  • Please have your ask box open so I can message you if you win!


  • A bag of Zuke’s Genuine Jerky - Original Beef recipe
  • A bag of Riley’s Organics sweet potato treats
  • Three Dog Bakery Classic Cremes - Carob with Peanut Butter filling
  • A flying duck slingshot toy by Hyper Pet
  • A squeaking/honking Woolly Mammoth toy (I couldn’t say no to this)
  • A  50” x 60” (127cm x 152cm) super soft fleece bone blanket

If you have any questions about ingredients, message me and I’ll send them to you. I’ll sort everyone’s likes and reblogs into a spreadsheet and pick a winner via a random number generator. The winner will have 24 hours from the time I sent the message to message me back - if I don’t receive a response, I will choose another winner.

Good luck to everyone!

Thanks to everyone who entered! The contest is now closed :)