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frabjuosity asked: If you fancy it, could you do a breakdown of what the different types' approaches to cooking is likely to be? (Just for fun) Like, I'm an ENFP and I hardly ever use recipes except for when I'm using a completely unfamiliar new ingredient or I've been browsing a recipe book/website and get excited about something new I want to try. I also almost never make shopping lists, and if I do I end up diverging from them or forgetting to look at them entirely once I get to the shop.

funkymbtifiction:

NFPs: tinker with recipes, because you know, they can always be improved on and peanut butter might be good. Inclined to experimentation but not always with great success. Will excitedly try out new things until the allure wears off, five seconds later and/or they are distracted by a random passing idea.

NTPs: fix all the same stuff by throwing it in the microwave, because food is menial and unimportant, although they can also get bored with it. They might also leave something out because they were thinking about some abstract concept and how it relates to absolutely nothing of importance but the way the spoon caused the rich swirl in the pan brought it to mind so it bears mentioning.

SXPs: enjoy rich food and plenty of it. Even better if someone else made it, but if forced to cook, will probably throw random stuff in a pan and have it turn out decent. Still, food is what cold hard cash is for, right? If they do take an interest in cooking, they will take great pride in both the preparation and the presentation of it.

SJs: take great pride in recreating all the family recipes down to the perfect detail, so that it tastes exactly like grandma made it. No deviations and God Forbid we should skip the Thanksgiving turkey this year.

NJs: will want to try out new things on a fairly consistent basis, and not mind paying for it or taking their time savoring the cooking of it, as a Se-experience all of its own.


redunicornfromspace:

brightchimeradragon:

just-bx:

Just SCience

IT TOOK ME TWO TIMES TO UNDERSTAND WHAT WAS GOING ON, HOLY FUCKING SHIT MY SIDES.

HAHA!

redunicornfromspace:

brightchimeradragon:

just-bx:

Just SCience

IT TOOK ME TWO TIMES TO UNDERSTAND WHAT WAS GOING ON, HOLY FUCKING SHIT MY SIDES.

HAHA!


danslegsareonfire:

maccasmiz:

the-infallible-empress:

molto-bene-sherlock:

Prince William, Prince Charles, and now Prince George…

The royal family is slowly transforming into the Weasleys.

AND THEN THERE’S HARRY

WHO IRONICALLY IS THE ONLY GINGER ONE

best post ever


prongsvssquid:

tbh dress codes are fine as long as they are about looking professional and appropriate for a learning/working environment and not about ‘don’t distract the boys’ and slut-shaming, and as long as it’s enforced equally for all genders

it is the sexist attitude about it that needs to be changed, not the fact that there *is* such a thing as dress codes


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solongasitswords:

iamtheibetch:

losthitsu:

vrabia:

pitchercries:

monanotlisa:

premiumcountryside:

ororcia:

aceofsnakes:

Fun fact: the Polish word for a “tip” is “napiwek” which literally means “for-beer”. As in “have some money to buy yourself a beer later”.

um, sorry to…

Why do you think we have the word ‘tipsy’ in English? Its not cuz you might fall over….

Nah, that’s exactly it!

Tipping (with money) first appears in 1707 (according to the OED) and probably comes from the verb ‘to tip’ which meant to tap lightly, like you’re just gently giving someone a coin.

Whereas ‘tipsy’ first appears in 1577 (‘About tenne of the clocke, when as they were some what tipsie and wel crommed with vitayles.’, About ten of the clock, when as they were somewhat tipsy and well crammed with vittles) and is directly related to ‘to tip’ meaning ‘to fall over by overbalancing’.

I can’t think of a good English equivalent to napiwek, which is sad. English doesn’t want to encourage the continuous cycle of drink>money>drink>money

*arrives late with starbucks* In Italy is usual, when asking a salesman for a discount, to ask him to “offer a café”. 


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les-langues-sont-ma-vie:

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"What it was going to be, we were trying to complicate the relationship between Cap and his S.H.I.E.L.D agent friends. If Hawkeye got a call from S.H.I.E.L.D saying Captain America is a fugitive, would he listen to that call or not listen to that call? That sequence actually was heartbreaking for us to cut it. I think it ultimately might have been a conflict with Renner’s schedule. But there was a great sequence where Hawkeye was chasing Cap through Washington D.C. there was an awesome sequence where they confronted each other in a ravine on the outskirts of D.C. and Hawkeye was shooting a series of arrows closing in on Cap, Cap closing in on him. And then Cap took him down and he realized for the first time that Hawkeye was trying to trick S.H.I.E.L.D, where he whispered something into Cap’s ear that Cap had a tracker on his suit and to punch Hawkeye to make it look real, because there was a Quinjet hovering above where they were watching the feedback back at S.H.I.E.L.D. So it was a cool sequence."

Details on the cut Hawkeye sequence from Captain America: The Winter Soldier. (via iputabirdonmyhead)

WHY WAS THIS CUT OMG

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Well now we all know where Hawkeye was during Cap 2.

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NOOOOO

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toxeh:

cynicalsleeper:

this is the best thing that appeared on my dash today

I’m giggling like an idiot help. 



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