boobpinch:

this takes ten minutes to do: cut tomatoes and put them in a pot with some water and a bouillon fish cube (or veggie cube), put the heat on so it starts to boil. Then crack a couple of eggs into a small bowl and stir them until they are clear. Now; drip small amounts of the egg blend into the boiling water - they will stiffen into egg lumps (lumps that the chinese call egg flowers). The last thing you do is adding rice noodles into the soup with some chili pepper and wait until they are soft. You can also put some vinegar on it before you eat it, but not too much. :) 

EDIT: my friend Xin told me I should have fried the tomatoes in some oil first to make the colour of the soup more red, which is more typical for chinese ramen. Next time :)

Game of Thrones business AU (part 2): After the murder of CEO Eddard Stark, his eldest son Robb takes control of his family’s company with the help of his widowed mother Catelyn. Meanwhile, Stannis Baratheon of Dragonstone Inc. is determined to prove Joffrey Baratheon’s illegitimacy so that he can take his family’s company for himself, and over in the east Daenerys Targaryen begins rebuilding her family’s once great company.

(part 1 here)

cashcatlover:

Sharing some love the owl way

mactheparrotfish:

my aesthetic

mactheparrotfish:

my aesthetic

mancandykings:

There is this old phrase that ‘the devil plays all the best tunes.’ There is a kind of freedom to being bad, an embracing of one’s most rebellious instincts. The idea that essentially order and chaos exist inside every human being and mostly – rightly — we behave ourselves. When you play a bad guy, you sort of cut loose from that sense of propriety.”

cumberbuddy:

Benedict Cumberbatch for Vanity Fair at TIFF14.  Hi Res.