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my life as a drunken shitpost.

INTP. Taurus. Chaotic Neutral.

surplus of spite; deficit of shame.

Inhale serenity; exhale homicide.

fandom love, feminism, attractive men in suits, attractive ladies in anything, cats, nature, engineering aesthetic, and absolutely embracing the ravine


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octocore:crowley! have you seen the stars today?

octocore:

crowley! have you seen the stars today?


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sirfrogsworth:She beat me to it. sirfrogsworth:She beat me to it. 

sirfrogsworth:

She beat me to it. 


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magnetictapedatastorage:

yandere-clown:

social media is just oscillating between “cringe culture is dead! enjoy your interests without shame!” and “we should bring back bullying and social ostricization” every couple of months

shiftittotheleft:

I will never forgive or forget what Donald Trump has done. And it will be a cold day in Hell before I ever vote for a Republican.

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gayarsonist:

gayarsonist:

gayarsonist:

gayarsonist:

idk why but there the funniest thing in the world to me is taking normal words and switching around the first and/or last letters to make Silly Words like maybe i just have a terrible sense of humor but that’s the comedy jackpot as far as i’m concerned

me: i am a complex person with a sophisticated sense of humor

boosegumps:

me:

snappydoodle:

Sometimes you gotta make yourself drink water and sit in direct sunlight, like some kind of wilted houseplant

thegoddamazon:mangosteel:Keeping this FOREVER. All look awesome and all are or can be vegan-ized.

thegoddamazon:

mangosteel:

Keeping this FOREVER. All look awesome and all are or can be vegan-ized.

tortoisehare:

CREAMY

Creamy Spinach Soup
Put 1 chopped onion, 2 peeled garlic cloves, 3 cups water and salt and pepper in a pot over high heat. Boil, cover, lower the heat and simmer until the onion is tender, about 10 minutes. Add 10 ounces chopped spinach and ½ cup parsley leaves; cook until the spinach is tender, 2 to 3 minutes. Add 1 cup Greek-style yogurt and purée. Garnish: A spoonful of Greek-style yogurt and chopped parsley.

Squash-and-Ginger Soup
Substitute 1 tablespoon minced ginger for the garlic and 4 cups chopped butternut squash for the spinach (it will take longer to soften). Skip the parsley and substitute half-and-half or cream for the yogurt. Garnish: A spoonful of cream.

Curried Cauliflower Soup
Substitute 1 tablespoon minced ginger for the garlic, 2 cups cauliflower florets for the spinach (they will take longer to soften), 1 tablespoon curry powder for the parsley and coconut milk for the yogurt. Garnish: Chopped cilantro.

BROTHY

Vegetable Broth With Toast
Put 2 chopped carrots, 2 chopped onions, 1 small chopped potato, 2 chopped celery ribs, 2 garlic cloves, 10 sliced mushrooms, 1 cup chopped tomatoes (canned are fine), 10 parsley sprigs, ½ ounce dried porcini, 8 cups water and salt and pepper in a pot over high heat. Boil, lower heat and simmer until the vegetables are soft, 30 minutes or longer. Strain and serve over toasted good bread. Garnish: Chopped celery leaves.

Egg Drop Soup
Beat 4 eggs. Boil the strained stock, lower the heat so it simmers and add the eggs in a steady stream, stirring constantly until they’re cooked, 1 to 2 minutes. Stir in ¼ cup chopped scallions, 1 tablespoon soy sauce and 1 tablespoon sesame oil. Skip the bread. Garnish: Chopped scallions.

Rice-and-Pea Soup
Boil the strained stock, lower the heat so it simmers and add ¾ cup white rice. Cook until tender, then add 2 cups fresh or frozen peas; cook for a minute or two. Skip the bread. Garnish: Grated Parmesan

EARTHY

Bean Soup
Put 1 1/2 cup dried beans, 1 chopped onion, 2 chopped carrots, 2 chopped celery ribs, 2 bay leaves, 1 tablespoon fresh thyme leaves and 6 cups water in a pot over high heat. Boil, lower the heat, cover and simmer until the beans are soft, at least 1 hour, adding more water if necessary. Season with salt and pepper. Garnish: A drizzle of olive oil.

Chickpea-and-Pasta Soup
Substitute chickpeas for the beans and rosemary for the thyme and add 1 cup chopped tomatoes (canned are fine). When the chickpeas are almost tender, add ½ cup small pasta. Cook until the pasta and chickpeas are tender, 10 to 15 minutes. Garnish: A few chopped rosemary leaves.

Spicy Black-Bean Soup
Use black beans and substitute fresh oregano for the thyme. When the beans are done, add 1 tablespoon chili powder, 1 dried or canned chipotle and the juice of a lime. Garnish: Cilantro and sour cream.

HEARTY

Minestrone
Sauté 1 chopped onion, 1 chopped carrot, 1 chopped celery rib and 1 teaspoon minced garlic in 3 tablespoons olive oil for 5 minutes. Add 2 cups cubed potatoes and salt and pepper; cook for 2 minutes. Add 1 cup chopped tomatoes (canned are fine) and 5 cups water. Boil, lower the heat and simmer for 15 minutes. Add 1 cup chopped green beans; simmer for 20 minutes. Garnish: Chopped parsley and grated Parmesan.

Mushroom Soup
Substitute 1 1/2 pounds sliced mushrooms (preferably an assortment) for the potatoes; sauté until they brown, 10 to 12 minutes. Substitute ½ cup white wine for the tomatoes, skip the green beans and add a fresh thyme sprig with the water. Garnish: A few thyme leaves.

Tomato-and-Garlic Soup
Use 2 tablespoons minced garlic and substitute 2 tablespoons tomato paste for the celery. Skip the potatoes and green beans; use 3 cups tomatoes and 3 cups water. Cook the tomatoes for 10 to 15 minutes. Garnish: Lots of chopped or torn basil

Notes:

All of these recipes serve four, and you’ll want about a 2.5-to-4-quart (medium or large) pot. Most can be cooked for a while — but not so long that the freshness is gone. Most will taste as good or better the next day, so consider making a double batch and refrigerating (or freezing) the leftovers. But never boil a soup after you’ve added dairy to it; instead, reheat gently.

If you want a supersmooth soup (and just about any of these soups can be puréed if you like), use a standing blender — let the soup cool a bit first — which creates a finer purée than an immersion blender does; you might even strain the soup after puréeing it.

Garnishes are all optional, though herbs add a dimension that will be lacking otherwise. If you taste as you’re cooking, you’ll be fine, because there is really nothing to go wrong here.

OMG ALL THE SOUP I LOOOOVE <333

Garlic bread goes good with all the soup. :3


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lauratraseylikepaccoons:

“You are so quiet” bro i daydream 80% of my time

toxicsamruby:

i will say supernatural’s commitment to make every single fucking thing an uglyish white man is incredible. like the first 2? all right. understandable. theyre just a couple of Guys. batshit powerful billion year old angel of the lord? also some guy. God? some guy. a dragon? ghouls? vampires? the devil? just Some Guys. the monstrous offspring of the devil and a republican? Literally some guy. Supernatural is a show about monsters and magic and whatever but on a realer and deeper level it is about a few uglyish white men standing around talking. No variation on concept whatsoever. Every season is like What if….there was Another Guy……

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marvella15:

Because I saw some Good Omens things on tumblr before I actually watched the episodes (and because I stupidly made it my gym show and thus couldn’t watch the next episode until I was back on the dang elliptical), I saw some scenes as gifs first. Including this one.

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But what no one AT ALL prepared for me was the soft, longing, hopeful, almost BREATHLESS way Crowley says Aziraphale’s name. Having no context when I first saw this, I thought Crowley said it in a fairly normal, questioning tone or maybe he was slightly surprised or slightly badass bc glasses and lightning strike. 

NOPE. 

He’s been crying and mourning and drinking and lamenting having been in the wrong place with the wrong guys and ending up a demon. Maybe he’s even thinking that if he were still an angel, he could pop up to Heaven and find Aziraphale there. 

He’s the most Wrecked he’s ever been in six thousand years all because Aziraphale is gone. So when he sees him, even though he’s not totally there, Crowley says his name in a heart-in-his-throat way that no gif can capture. 

And THEN! Not to be outdone, Crowley’s voice utterly breaks when he says he lost his best friend. The way he says it is almost aka VERY MUCH like a love confession. It’s something pulled from the depths of him and laid bare in a strangled, grief-stricken tone.

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(gif credit. tried inserting it but tumblr just wasn’t having it) 

HIS FAAAAAAACE. Barely holding it together, totally has been crying, and can hardly even get the words out before tears threaten to cut them off. SOMEONE HUG HIM. 

The fact that Aziraphale can’t see Crowley makes this ten thousand times more heart wrenching imo. He can hear the sadness and loss in Crowley’s voice and can’t do anything about it. He can’t look him in the eye or reach across the table to lay a comforting hand on Crowley’s arm. He can’t do anything to give him reassurance except to reignite the hope of stopping Armageddon. And of reuniting. 

And you better believe Crowley’s “my car is not on fire and everything is fine” determination to get to that airfield has everything to do with his loyalty to and love for Aziraphale. 

What is so particularly clever about these beautiful, if heart-wrenching, moments is the genius directorial decision to give Crowley glasses which - I think for the only time in the series - we can SEE through. As if Tennant isn’t brilliant enough already with his portrayal of Crowley’s grief using just his mouth and his eyebrows, we can see the pain in his eyes as well.

Excuse me while I go ugly cry at this scene again for the 100 billionth time

hollypunkers:

I genuinely don’t want WandaVision to have a plot like, obviously they will and I’ll probably like it but I would 100% take twelve seasons of a show that’s just about the witch and her robot husband fumbling through sitcom tropes with outdated, cheap humor and a laugh track

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dreaminghermione:

Harry Potter AU in which Fred and George are in different houses and they steal and wear each others ties whilst doing stupid things in hope of the others house losing points

Finally a Fred and George AU that doesn’t make me want to set myself on fire.

AU where Fred and George are in different houses and they get their hands on house ties from the other two houses as well. By the end of their first year nobody knows which house either of them is in and just take points off a random house whenever they see a redhead getting up to something.

The confusion runs so deep by the time Ron starts that Snape once takes points off Slytherin for Ron fighting with Malfoy.

There’s a few months in Fred and George’s second year when they successfully convince most of the school that they’re actually quadruplets, one in each house.

“George! Why are you wearing a Slytherin tie?”

“What? No, I’m Edward. Y'know, Slytherin’s resident Weasley?”

“Wh…huh???”

“Next you’ll be telling me you don’t know Hubert!”

“?????”

After this confusing quadruple mess, a conspiracy theory emerges that Fred and George are actually just one person, and there were never any Weasley Twins. To add fuel to this theory, Fred and George make a point to never be seen together (publicly).

When asked about this theory, Fred/George subtly insinuates that he used Polyjuice Potion so that there could be multiple versions of himself at once. This goes around the Hogwarts Rumor Mill like fire. The Weasley family says nothing to dispute it, not even Percy.

Percy makes polyjuice successfully for the first time in his fifth year, when he finally has sufficient motivation. Fred, George, Edward and Hubert walk into the great hall one morning, identical but for their school ties, and the chaos is so great that nobody realizes Percy and Ron are missing.

This post contains the same chaotic energy the twins display and I’m here for it

amygdalan-arm:

genuinely terrifying how adhd will have you be fully aware of the responsibilities you’re neglecting and yet its like you’re being piloted by a super chill hedonistic demon who can’t hear you/doesnt care

sevdrag:

sevdrag:

Patreon Choose Your Own Adventures!

It’s hard to be a writer on Patreon – everyone loves art Patreons, but when you’re trying to establish yourself as a writer, it can be hard to get people involved. To help, I’m working on two separate Choose Your Own Adventure stories (one Marvel, one Good Omens), where all patrons get a sneak peek and those at the $5 tier actually get to vote on what happens next!

This week I’ll be posting Chapter 1 of BOTH adventures on AO3 and sharing them publicly. I’m hoping that seeing the work will get people interested in joining! I have three tiers:

- $1 / mo – early access, sneak peeks, patreon-only content!

- $3 / mo – everything above plus suggestions, prompts, and requests

- $5 / mo – everything above plus voting rights for both CYOAs and Patreon-exclusive stuff!

If you enjoy my fics and my doodles, please consider joining the Patreon fun! It helps me be able to focus more time on fandom work!


https://www.patreon.com/Sevdrag

also please reblog if you like me haha

graceespooks:

graceespooks:

my grandpa is always making fun of old people he sees like he’s not 85

he goes “wow today was old folks day at olive garden” i was like yeah grandpa that’s why we brought you there at 4:30pm

boysloveandtaxation:

Yuna, the high summoner of my heart

reasonandfaithinharmony:Mood.
yoondongle:Year Ago Work Redraw !  yoondongle:Year Ago Work Redraw !  

yoondongle:

Year Ago Work Redraw !  


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