~cherry pie

anonymous asked:

Adding to your response to the champagne anon: for some reason, Cherry Pie by Warrant is always the imagined background music, and usually there's falling rain and/or sparks involved in the brief daydream/fantasies as well.

ten minutes into geno vision, sidney is rolling around in a wet white tshirt and lace underwear for some reason

tanger: g, close your mouth. you’re drooling

5 Times Pie Would Have Saved the Day in Classic Literature

It is a truth universally acknowledged that pie is beautiful and delicious, and classic novels are full of characters gritting through their complicated, difficult lives. But what if these characters had a heartwarming slice of pie? Things could have been very different…


1. Captain Ahab. Was ever a man more in need of a slice of coconut cream pie? Like the giant whale Moby Dick, coconut cream pie is large and white, but far less likely to induce unholy fury and a life-shattering revenge spree. Plus, Ahab would have to sail to some beautiful tropic isle to obtain the requisite coconuts, and a balmy tropic vacation could only do good things for his chilly temper.


2. Scarlett O’Hara. This feisty Southern belle has demonstrated time and again that she won’t give her heart away easily. The only solution to her inevitable loneliness is a cherry pie as bold, classic, and all-American as Scarlett herself.


3. Dorian Gray. Rich, dreamy, and devilishly smooth. Are we describing Dorian Gray or a chocolate silk pie? You don’t know, and that’s why they’re the perfect match. Perhaps if Dorian had been able to channel the passions of his youth into eating chocolate pies, he wouldn’t have turned out as dark and bitter as a Ghiradelli 86% cacao bar. Just sayin’.


4. Miss Havisham. Jilted at the altar. Left alone with her misery in a rotting home. Surrounded for years by reminders of her thwarted romance. This woman needs some SUNSHINE in her life, for goodness’ sake! No pie is better suited to the task than a cheery lemon meringue. Its pillowy meringue, sunny yellow curd, and buttery crust are enough to make anyone clear out the cobwebs and start spring cleaning.


5. Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy. Look, man. We know you tried. But heading into a proposal with the general game plan of “Insult family, point out her inferiority, bring up class difference, overwhelm her with ardent love” was a pretty poor strategy, all things considered. Imagine how things might have gone over with Elizabeth B. if you had shown up, casually, with a steaming rhubarb pie. You could have told her her that the bold tartness of the rhubarb reminds you of her stinging wit, but that you believe she could also be subtly sweet. Things could have gone so much better for you, Darcy.

But, since you botched the first proposal attempt, maybe you should go practice swimming in the lake at Pemberley. Don’t ask us why.

This is David. He is pretty. He is loved. And he loves. 

This is Lenny aka The Shadow King. 

Lenny wrecks everything David loves. 

David loves cherry pie. It has crust and… cherries. 

David loves his childhood star lamp. The stars talk to him. Not, like, a metaphor. 

David loves his sister Amy. 

David loves his girlfriend Syd, who tells him he’s not sick and he has super powers. 

Lenny’s the worst.

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februpony day 18: humanize a pony

thanks to everyone who requested ponies! i’m glad i got a chance to draw some characters i don’t usually work with!!

Why most schools don't have a rugby team

So, in rugby, there’s these things called scrums where three people from each team go up and huddle up with the other three, forming a corridor-like thing, than the ball is thrown in, and each team fights for it, with the two people in the middle of the scrum trying to hook it back so it comes out behind them. That position is called the hooker.


Long story short we got a guy who calls himself cherry pie, one who calls himself cotton candy, and one whose name is “I’m just trying to get through college.”