Originally Posted By mothernaturenetwork

sustainable-sam:

mothernaturenetwork:

Todmorden: A town where greenthumbs, not sticky fingers, prevailThe Daily Mail pays a visit to Todmorden, a quaint British town that’s littered with raised vegetable and herb gardens where residents can grow — and take — whatever they fancy.
The ethnically and economically diverse mill town of about 15,000 residents is home to Incredible Edible, an ambitious, agrarian-minded scheme that’s brought together an entire community under one common goal: to become completely self-sufficient in food by the year 2018.

Wonderful. 

that is amazing.

sustainable-sam:

mothernaturenetwork:

Todmorden: A town where greenthumbs, not sticky fingers, prevail
The Daily Mail pays a visit to Todmorden, a quaint British town that’s littered with raised vegetable and herb gardens where residents can grow — and take — whatever they fancy.

The ethnically and economically diverse mill town of about 15,000 residents is home to Incredible Edible, an ambitious, agrarian-minded scheme that’s brought together an entire community under one common goal: to become completely self-sufficient in food by the year 2018.

Wonderful. 

that is amazing.

(via sweatydeath)

just when i thought i was ‘over’ glee…

Originally Posted By spinsterprince

sweatydeath:

zandar:

“I want to use the bathroom but I heard a story about a woman who used the bathroom on a plane once and was sucked right into the toilet.”
“I had a dream last night that the plane went down, it was terrible. You were in it.”

Alright! Didn’t realize that the “you were in it” woman was Annie Mumolo, the co-writer of the movie. She was hilarious.

not gonna lie, i LOVED this movie. it’s hilarious. go see it.

sweatydeath:

zandar:

“I want to use the bathroom but I heard a story about a woman who used the bathroom on a plane once and was sucked right into the toilet.”

“I had a dream last night that the plane went down, it was terrible. You were in it.”

Alright! Didn’t realize that the “you were in it” woman was Annie Mumolo, the co-writer of the movie. She was hilarious.

not gonna lie, i LOVED this movie. it’s hilarious. go see it.

(Source: spinsterprince)

dearest glee, thank you for leading me back to one of the best songs of the 90s. what girl didn’t love TLC and, in particular, this song? (also, the glee version is really good)

Originally Posted By frangry

look, i know some people don’t “get” why the wedding was interesting or exciting or worth waking up for, so i won’t spend too much time on this. but…
the dress was PERFECT. and they looked so cute and happy.
that is all.

look, i know some people don’t “get” why the wedding was interesting or exciting or worth waking up for, so i won’t spend too much time on this. but…

the dress was PERFECT. and they looked so cute and happy.

that is all.

Originally Posted By mollylambert

They’re fucking gross, man. Look, I love beautiful girls too. I think everyone should be free to have their knee socks and their sweaty shorts, but I’m over it. I’m over this weird, exhausted girl. I’m over the girl that’s tired and freezing and hungry. I like bossy girls, I always have. I like people filled with life. I’m over this weird media thing with all this, like, hollow-eyed, empty, party crap.

Amy Poehler on American Apparel (via mollylambert)

i so love amy poehler.

look, usually i try to hide my love of glee, but the last two episodes have just been SO GOOD that i refuse to do it. if you missed it, santana made me cry with “landslide” last week (though, to be fair, it would have been infinitely better if gwyneth had just played guitar and left the singing to the girls). it was amazing, especially in the context of her confusion about her feelings for brittany.

moving on though, last night’s episode was…incredible. period. first, kurt sang blackbird, which was great (i wish there were video, but no luck yet). and then…then…well, this happened (watch the clip down below before you read it, if you’re going to read it). and i squealed like the 14 year-old i apparently am. and yes, this was during the whole lonely-girl-eating-take-out incident. whatever. if you didn’t have the same reaction, then you’re clearly dead inside.

yum yum yummy.
i’ve actually had two of these, the hibiscus (top left) and the dulce de leche (bottom middle), at dough in brooklyn and they’re delicious. now this article (and especially the slide show) makes me really want to try peter pan and the doughnut plant…!

yum yum yummy.

i’ve actually had two of these, the hibiscus (top left) and the dulce de leche (bottom middle), at dough in brooklyn and they’re delicious. now this article (and especially the slide show) makes me really want to try peter pan and the doughnut plant…!

i never thought i would admit to this…

…but i fucking love fashion police on E!

yeah, i like the outfits (and come on, who doesn’t like “starlet or streetwalker”?), but joan rivers is so goddamn funny, and totally inappropriate, that i just can’t resist. the absolute best part is watching kelly osbourne laugh so hard she’s nearly crying.

also, it comes on after the soup, which is how i ended up watching it in the first place. so whatever.

speaking of sandwiches…i challenge you to find a better sandwich for $3.25 (or even twice that) in the city of chicago. seriously. these things are amazing.

speaking of sandwiches…i challenge you to find a better sandwich for $3.25 (or even twice that) in the city of chicago. seriously. these things are amazing.

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