Cyril Rolando


Japanese artist Azuma Makoto recently ventured to Nevada’s Black Rock Desert to launch a 50-year-old pine bonsai and a colorful floral arrangement into space. The mission, titled Exobotanica, aimed to explore the transformation of the plants into exobiota (extraterrestrial life) in outer space.

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men took my little pony away from us girls so us teen girls are takin pro wrestling fuck yall just try n stop us


have fun fetishizing the shit out of *real life* celebrities. it actually makes the people who sexualize the shit out of children’s cartoons seem normal.

did you just imply being attracted to actual real human males isn’t normal but wanting to fuck cartoon horses is

I need to reblog this again because it still makes me laugh

(Source: skankplissken, via grimy13)



Lamborghini Diablo


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Rin: imconfused, whats he doing? is he flying is he sliding?
Rin: taking baby tap dance steps

so i made this and its all rin’s fault

watCHA! CHA! HA! *tappa tappa*

ok i’m almost sorry about making this but also not

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reaching for the light (by *omnia*)


reaching for the light (by *omnia*)


Donne Sali (by flora-file)

So you decided to grow hot peppers and now you have way too many. Solution: make donne. Donne is a chili paste made with spicy chilies and preserved with vinegar.


Chilis, Garlic, Salt, Vinegar 

  1. -Cut up chilies and garlic. Be cautious when cutting up very hot chilies. You may even want to use latex gloves.
  2. -Place peppers and garlic in food processor. Add enough vinegar to allow the chilies to blend evenly. Sprinkle a small amount of salt on top.
  3. -Blend until an even consistency is reached. 
  4. -Bottle and refrigerate.

The vinegar preserves the chilies and allows the paste to stay edible for up to a year. The flavor and potency will fade a little over time, but usually the paste is so spicy that  it is is barely noticeable. 

For this batch I had a bunch of Cherry Bomb peppers that were ripe, which have a very nice sweet flavor but are not overly spicy (I estimate ~2000-3000 Scoville units). To put a little more punch into it I added a couple ripe habaneros. Since this mix is ‘Sweet’, I used rice vinegar, though normally I used distilled white vinegar for a truer flavor.

Normally I grow both Thai and habanero chilies and mix them together to create my signature Rocket Blend, but this year all my Thai pepper seedlings perished and I am left with only habaneros. That means my next batch will be 100% habanero, and it will be pica! 

I’ll be enjoying the peppers from my garden all year. Will you? I also have a big bag of habaneros in the freezer for emergencies. Unfortunately some brave and crazy rodent ate the habaneros I had hanging and drying in the garage. Read more about donne HERE.

Getting ready to make my first batch of 2014 donne soon, and I still haven’t finished my donne from last year yet. This year I’m growing cayenne, habanero, bhut jolokia, and moruga scorpion. If you have too many hot peppers all at once, this is a great way to enjoy that spice all year long.


oh my god, hello how are you welcome to my aquarium 


oh my god, hello how are you welcome to my aquarium 

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"text me when you get home so i know you’re safe" kinda people are the people i wanna be around

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