chakrabot:

slitheringink:

artofcarmen:

fyeahwhovians:

raygender:

themediafix:

Breaking news: The D.C. Appeals Court just killed Net Neutrality.

This could be the end of the Internet as we know it. But it doesn’t have to be. 

Tell the FCC to restore Net Neutrality: http://bit.ly/1iOOjoe

they want to make the internet like tv. with channels and paying to get to specific websites and things. net neutrality = not doing that

This impacts every internet user. Please signal boost the hell out of this and sign the petition if you are American

I do not reblog things like this very often, but this affects me both personally and my business as a freelance artist.

In the economy here; cash is already strapped as it is. You bet your ass companies would suck the ever living life out of misc. art sites.

I don’t want it to ever come down to me choosing between groceries or purchasing a new tier package via comcast to be able to access tumblr or DeviantArt (let alone not guaranteeing I’ll even be seen by my customer base since they may not want to pay out their asses either). It doesn’t seem important to most, but I do 90% of my business online entirely.

Please sign up, fight for this and share it with your followers/friends/family and urge them to give them hell as well.

Not writing related, but this is incredibly important. While we pay for service via ISPs, the internet has been a relatively free space where everyone, no matter their income level, is able to connect, access a wealth of information, and express themselves. The Internet has become a major part of our culture as human beings and the notion that ISPs might be able to limit what sites I can access unless I pay them more is utterly sickening. A lot of us are cash strapped as is, and I’d rather not be limited even more by someone else’s greed. Net Neutrality is essential and I hope you guys will understand why it needs to remain.

-Morgan

P.S. Signal boost this if you’re able.

“ limit what sites I can access unless I pay them more”

 limit what sites I can access unless I pay them more

 limit what sites I can access unless I pay them more

 limit what sites I can access unless I pay them more

 limit what sites I can access unless I pay them more

DO YOU WANT THIS? NO?? CLICK THE LINK. REBLOG.

(via naiadestricolor)

miishakasha:

archiemcphee:

Meet Avtar Singh Mauni, a 60-year-old devout Sikh preacher from Punjab, India and proud owner of what may soon be declared by Guinness World Records to be the World’s Largest Turban. His awesome, multi-colored turban weighs 100 pounds and measures over 2,100 feet (645 meters) long when completely unraveled. The fabric itself weighs 66 pounds, while the decorative ornaments make up the rest. Each morning it takes Avtar Singh upwards of six hours to put on his turban, which reached this incredible size after 16 years of diligently adding to its length. In addition to his magnificent turban, he also wears numerous heavy silver bangles and carries a sword, which altogether weigh an additional 87 pounds.
Although the weight is heavy and the size can make everyday activities, such as walking through doorways or getting into cars, a bit challenging, Avtar Singh says he’s most happy when wearing his turban and plans to continue doing so until he’s physically unable to carry it.

“On the rare times I don’t have my turban on, I keep getting this feeling of being incomplete, that some part of me is missing,” he said. “I get afraid that I may fall and I keep wondering ‘have I lost something, where is my turban?’”

Perhaps our favorite detail about Avtar Singh and his magnificent turban, which has made him one of the most respected preachers in the region, is that when making his regular pilgrimages around Punjab, he travels on a motorcycle (and has no problems keeping his balance). What an awesome sight.
Click here for a brief video about Avtar Singh Mauni record-breaking turban.
[via Laughing Squid, Oddity Central and The Telegraph]

This is one of world’s coolest guys, hands down
miishakasha:

archiemcphee:

Meet Avtar Singh Mauni, a 60-year-old devout Sikh preacher from Punjab, India and proud owner of what may soon be declared by Guinness World Records to be the World’s Largest Turban. His awesome, multi-colored turban weighs 100 pounds and measures over 2,100 feet (645 meters) long when completely unraveled. The fabric itself weighs 66 pounds, while the decorative ornaments make up the rest. Each morning it takes Avtar Singh upwards of six hours to put on his turban, which reached this incredible size after 16 years of diligently adding to its length. In addition to his magnificent turban, he also wears numerous heavy silver bangles and carries a sword, which altogether weigh an additional 87 pounds.
Although the weight is heavy and the size can make everyday activities, such as walking through doorways or getting into cars, a bit challenging, Avtar Singh says he’s most happy when wearing his turban and plans to continue doing so until he’s physically unable to carry it.

“On the rare times I don’t have my turban on, I keep getting this feeling of being incomplete, that some part of me is missing,” he said. “I get afraid that I may fall and I keep wondering ‘have I lost something, where is my turban?’”

Perhaps our favorite detail about Avtar Singh and his magnificent turban, which has made him one of the most respected preachers in the region, is that when making his regular pilgrimages around Punjab, he travels on a motorcycle (and has no problems keeping his balance). What an awesome sight.
Click here for a brief video about Avtar Singh Mauni record-breaking turban.
[via Laughing Squid, Oddity Central and The Telegraph]

This is one of world’s coolest guys, hands down
miishakasha:

archiemcphee:

Meet Avtar Singh Mauni, a 60-year-old devout Sikh preacher from Punjab, India and proud owner of what may soon be declared by Guinness World Records to be the World’s Largest Turban. His awesome, multi-colored turban weighs 100 pounds and measures over 2,100 feet (645 meters) long when completely unraveled. The fabric itself weighs 66 pounds, while the decorative ornaments make up the rest. Each morning it takes Avtar Singh upwards of six hours to put on his turban, which reached this incredible size after 16 years of diligently adding to its length. In addition to his magnificent turban, he also wears numerous heavy silver bangles and carries a sword, which altogether weigh an additional 87 pounds.
Although the weight is heavy and the size can make everyday activities, such as walking through doorways or getting into cars, a bit challenging, Avtar Singh says he’s most happy when wearing his turban and plans to continue doing so until he’s physically unable to carry it.

“On the rare times I don’t have my turban on, I keep getting this feeling of being incomplete, that some part of me is missing,” he said. “I get afraid that I may fall and I keep wondering ‘have I lost something, where is my turban?’”

Perhaps our favorite detail about Avtar Singh and his magnificent turban, which has made him one of the most respected preachers in the region, is that when making his regular pilgrimages around Punjab, he travels on a motorcycle (and has no problems keeping his balance). What an awesome sight.
Click here for a brief video about Avtar Singh Mauni record-breaking turban.
[via Laughing Squid, Oddity Central and The Telegraph]

This is one of world’s coolest guys, hands down
miishakasha:

archiemcphee:

Meet Avtar Singh Mauni, a 60-year-old devout Sikh preacher from Punjab, India and proud owner of what may soon be declared by Guinness World Records to be the World’s Largest Turban. His awesome, multi-colored turban weighs 100 pounds and measures over 2,100 feet (645 meters) long when completely unraveled. The fabric itself weighs 66 pounds, while the decorative ornaments make up the rest. Each morning it takes Avtar Singh upwards of six hours to put on his turban, which reached this incredible size after 16 years of diligently adding to its length. In addition to his magnificent turban, he also wears numerous heavy silver bangles and carries a sword, which altogether weigh an additional 87 pounds.
Although the weight is heavy and the size can make everyday activities, such as walking through doorways or getting into cars, a bit challenging, Avtar Singh says he’s most happy when wearing his turban and plans to continue doing so until he’s physically unable to carry it.

“On the rare times I don’t have my turban on, I keep getting this feeling of being incomplete, that some part of me is missing,” he said. “I get afraid that I may fall and I keep wondering ‘have I lost something, where is my turban?’”

Perhaps our favorite detail about Avtar Singh and his magnificent turban, which has made him one of the most respected preachers in the region, is that when making his regular pilgrimages around Punjab, he travels on a motorcycle (and has no problems keeping his balance). What an awesome sight.
Click here for a brief video about Avtar Singh Mauni record-breaking turban.
[via Laughing Squid, Oddity Central and The Telegraph]

This is one of world’s coolest guys, hands down
miishakasha:

archiemcphee:

Meet Avtar Singh Mauni, a 60-year-old devout Sikh preacher from Punjab, India and proud owner of what may soon be declared by Guinness World Records to be the World’s Largest Turban. His awesome, multi-colored turban weighs 100 pounds and measures over 2,100 feet (645 meters) long when completely unraveled. The fabric itself weighs 66 pounds, while the decorative ornaments make up the rest. Each morning it takes Avtar Singh upwards of six hours to put on his turban, which reached this incredible size after 16 years of diligently adding to its length. In addition to his magnificent turban, he also wears numerous heavy silver bangles and carries a sword, which altogether weigh an additional 87 pounds.
Although the weight is heavy and the size can make everyday activities, such as walking through doorways or getting into cars, a bit challenging, Avtar Singh says he’s most happy when wearing his turban and plans to continue doing so until he’s physically unable to carry it.

“On the rare times I don’t have my turban on, I keep getting this feeling of being incomplete, that some part of me is missing,” he said. “I get afraid that I may fall and I keep wondering ‘have I lost something, where is my turban?’”

Perhaps our favorite detail about Avtar Singh and his magnificent turban, which has made him one of the most respected preachers in the region, is that when making his regular pilgrimages around Punjab, he travels on a motorcycle (and has no problems keeping his balance). What an awesome sight.
Click here for a brief video about Avtar Singh Mauni record-breaking turban.
[via Laughing Squid, Oddity Central and The Telegraph]

This is one of world’s coolest guys, hands down
miishakasha:

archiemcphee:

Meet Avtar Singh Mauni, a 60-year-old devout Sikh preacher from Punjab, India and proud owner of what may soon be declared by Guinness World Records to be the World’s Largest Turban. His awesome, multi-colored turban weighs 100 pounds and measures over 2,100 feet (645 meters) long when completely unraveled. The fabric itself weighs 66 pounds, while the decorative ornaments make up the rest. Each morning it takes Avtar Singh upwards of six hours to put on his turban, which reached this incredible size after 16 years of diligently adding to its length. In addition to his magnificent turban, he also wears numerous heavy silver bangles and carries a sword, which altogether weigh an additional 87 pounds.
Although the weight is heavy and the size can make everyday activities, such as walking through doorways or getting into cars, a bit challenging, Avtar Singh says he’s most happy when wearing his turban and plans to continue doing so until he’s physically unable to carry it.

“On the rare times I don’t have my turban on, I keep getting this feeling of being incomplete, that some part of me is missing,” he said. “I get afraid that I may fall and I keep wondering ‘have I lost something, where is my turban?’”

Perhaps our favorite detail about Avtar Singh and his magnificent turban, which has made him one of the most respected preachers in the region, is that when making his regular pilgrimages around Punjab, he travels on a motorcycle (and has no problems keeping his balance). What an awesome sight.
Click here for a brief video about Avtar Singh Mauni record-breaking turban.
[via Laughing Squid, Oddity Central and The Telegraph]

This is one of world’s coolest guys, hands down
miishakasha:

archiemcphee:

Meet Avtar Singh Mauni, a 60-year-old devout Sikh preacher from Punjab, India and proud owner of what may soon be declared by Guinness World Records to be the World’s Largest Turban. His awesome, multi-colored turban weighs 100 pounds and measures over 2,100 feet (645 meters) long when completely unraveled. The fabric itself weighs 66 pounds, while the decorative ornaments make up the rest. Each morning it takes Avtar Singh upwards of six hours to put on his turban, which reached this incredible size after 16 years of diligently adding to its length. In addition to his magnificent turban, he also wears numerous heavy silver bangles and carries a sword, which altogether weigh an additional 87 pounds.
Although the weight is heavy and the size can make everyday activities, such as walking through doorways or getting into cars, a bit challenging, Avtar Singh says he’s most happy when wearing his turban and plans to continue doing so until he’s physically unable to carry it.

“On the rare times I don’t have my turban on, I keep getting this feeling of being incomplete, that some part of me is missing,” he said. “I get afraid that I may fall and I keep wondering ‘have I lost something, where is my turban?’”

Perhaps our favorite detail about Avtar Singh and his magnificent turban, which has made him one of the most respected preachers in the region, is that when making his regular pilgrimages around Punjab, he travels on a motorcycle (and has no problems keeping his balance). What an awesome sight.
Click here for a brief video about Avtar Singh Mauni record-breaking turban.
[via Laughing Squid, Oddity Central and The Telegraph]

This is one of world’s coolest guys, hands down
miishakasha:

archiemcphee:

Meet Avtar Singh Mauni, a 60-year-old devout Sikh preacher from Punjab, India and proud owner of what may soon be declared by Guinness World Records to be the World’s Largest Turban. His awesome, multi-colored turban weighs 100 pounds and measures over 2,100 feet (645 meters) long when completely unraveled. The fabric itself weighs 66 pounds, while the decorative ornaments make up the rest. Each morning it takes Avtar Singh upwards of six hours to put on his turban, which reached this incredible size after 16 years of diligently adding to its length. In addition to his magnificent turban, he also wears numerous heavy silver bangles and carries a sword, which altogether weigh an additional 87 pounds.
Although the weight is heavy and the size can make everyday activities, such as walking through doorways or getting into cars, a bit challenging, Avtar Singh says he’s most happy when wearing his turban and plans to continue doing so until he’s physically unable to carry it.

“On the rare times I don’t have my turban on, I keep getting this feeling of being incomplete, that some part of me is missing,” he said. “I get afraid that I may fall and I keep wondering ‘have I lost something, where is my turban?’”

Perhaps our favorite detail about Avtar Singh and his magnificent turban, which has made him one of the most respected preachers in the region, is that when making his regular pilgrimages around Punjab, he travels on a motorcycle (and has no problems keeping his balance). What an awesome sight.
Click here for a brief video about Avtar Singh Mauni record-breaking turban.
[via Laughing Squid, Oddity Central and The Telegraph]

This is one of world’s coolest guys, hands down
miishakasha:

archiemcphee:

Meet Avtar Singh Mauni, a 60-year-old devout Sikh preacher from Punjab, India and proud owner of what may soon be declared by Guinness World Records to be the World’s Largest Turban. His awesome, multi-colored turban weighs 100 pounds and measures over 2,100 feet (645 meters) long when completely unraveled. The fabric itself weighs 66 pounds, while the decorative ornaments make up the rest. Each morning it takes Avtar Singh upwards of six hours to put on his turban, which reached this incredible size after 16 years of diligently adding to its length. In addition to his magnificent turban, he also wears numerous heavy silver bangles and carries a sword, which altogether weigh an additional 87 pounds.
Although the weight is heavy and the size can make everyday activities, such as walking through doorways or getting into cars, a bit challenging, Avtar Singh says he’s most happy when wearing his turban and plans to continue doing so until he’s physically unable to carry it.

“On the rare times I don’t have my turban on, I keep getting this feeling of being incomplete, that some part of me is missing,” he said. “I get afraid that I may fall and I keep wondering ‘have I lost something, where is my turban?’”

Perhaps our favorite detail about Avtar Singh and his magnificent turban, which has made him one of the most respected preachers in the region, is that when making his regular pilgrimages around Punjab, he travels on a motorcycle (and has no problems keeping his balance). What an awesome sight.
Click here for a brief video about Avtar Singh Mauni record-breaking turban.
[via Laughing Squid, Oddity Central and The Telegraph]

This is one of world’s coolest guys, hands down
miishakasha:

archiemcphee:

Meet Avtar Singh Mauni, a 60-year-old devout Sikh preacher from Punjab, India and proud owner of what may soon be declared by Guinness World Records to be the World’s Largest Turban. His awesome, multi-colored turban weighs 100 pounds and measures over 2,100 feet (645 meters) long when completely unraveled. The fabric itself weighs 66 pounds, while the decorative ornaments make up the rest. Each morning it takes Avtar Singh upwards of six hours to put on his turban, which reached this incredible size after 16 years of diligently adding to its length. In addition to his magnificent turban, he also wears numerous heavy silver bangles and carries a sword, which altogether weigh an additional 87 pounds.
Although the weight is heavy and the size can make everyday activities, such as walking through doorways or getting into cars, a bit challenging, Avtar Singh says he’s most happy when wearing his turban and plans to continue doing so until he’s physically unable to carry it.

“On the rare times I don’t have my turban on, I keep getting this feeling of being incomplete, that some part of me is missing,” he said. “I get afraid that I may fall and I keep wondering ‘have I lost something, where is my turban?’”

Perhaps our favorite detail about Avtar Singh and his magnificent turban, which has made him one of the most respected preachers in the region, is that when making his regular pilgrimages around Punjab, he travels on a motorcycle (and has no problems keeping his balance). What an awesome sight.
Click here for a brief video about Avtar Singh Mauni record-breaking turban.
[via Laughing Squid, Oddity Central and The Telegraph]

This is one of world’s coolest guys, hands down

miishakasha:

archiemcphee:

Meet Avtar Singh Mauni, a 60-year-old devout Sikh preacher from Punjab, India and proud owner of what may soon be declared by Guinness World Records to be the World’s Largest Turban. His awesome, multi-colored turban weighs 100 pounds and measures over 2,100 feet (645 meters) long when completely unraveled. The fabric itself weighs 66 pounds, while the decorative ornaments make up the rest. Each morning it takes Avtar Singh upwards of six hours to put on his turban, which reached this incredible size after 16 years of diligently adding to its length. In addition to his magnificent turban, he also wears numerous heavy silver bangles and carries a sword, which altogether weigh an additional 87 pounds.

Although the weight is heavy and the size can make everyday activities, such as walking through doorways or getting into cars, a bit challenging, Avtar Singh says he’s most happy when wearing his turban and plans to continue doing so until he’s physically unable to carry it.

“On the rare times I don’t have my turban on, I keep getting this feeling of being incomplete, that some part of me is missing,” he said. “I get afraid that I may fall and I keep wondering ‘have I lost something, where is my turban?’”

Perhaps our favorite detail about Avtar Singh and his magnificent turban, which has made him one of the most respected preachers in the region, is that when making his regular pilgrimages around Punjab, he travels on a motorcycle (and has no problems keeping his balance). What an awesome sight.

Click here for a brief video about Avtar Singh Mauni record-breaking turban.

[via Laughing Squid, Oddity Central and The Telegraph]

This is one of world’s coolest guys, hands down

(via naiadestricolor)

nicterhorstsketch:

edskudder:

staff:

Today’s the day. The day you help save the internet from being ruined.

Ready? 

Yes, you are, and we’re ready to help you.

(Long story short: The FCC is about to make a critical decision as to whether or not internet service providers have to treat all traffic equally. If they choose wrong, then the internet where anyone can start a website for any reason at all, the internet that’s been so momentous, funny, weird, and surprising—that internet could cease to exist. Here’s your chance to preserve a beautiful thing.)

IF YOU LIVE IN AMERICA, PLEASE CALL YOUR SENATOR TODAY AND VOICE YOUR SUPPORT FOR NET NEUTRALITY! It’s easy, it’s simple, it’s not scary. I literally just got off the phone with a representative from my California senator’s office letting them know I support Net Neutrality. It wasn’t difficult and the whole process took less than 2 minutes.

Net Neutrality may seem boring or unimportant, but it affects every single person who uses the internet in this country. My job and career are dependent in a large part on having access to websites supported by smaller budgets, and without Net Neutrality reliable access to those sites would be threatened. I want to create jobs, I want to be a productive part of this economy and of this country, but if the FCC is allowed to create fast and slow lanes for internet traffic my opportunity to do that, along with millions of others across the country, will be under fire.

Please email or call your Senator today and urge them to ask the FCC to classify internet service providers as Title II. Don’t let the open internet become a page in the history books.

I don’t usually reblog, but this is important.

(via suzeart)

If I could,
I would turn girls into dragons.

Girls whose skin
has been stained by filthy hands,
girls who are forced
to face those familiar hands
day after day,

give them armor.

Girls who are told
that womanhood means duty,
who dig
and sweat
and carry
and labor,
girls who break their backs
on someone else’s burden,

give them spiked spines.

Girls trapped in cycles:
cycles of abuse
addiction
poverty
pain
cycles they can’t even name,
cycling
cycling
down the drain
and thrown out with the bathwater,

give them claws.

Girls
who chomp down on fear
hiding behind their teeth,
who swallow it whole
because it’s the only nourishment they’ll get,

give them razor fangs.

Girls
who thirst for knowledge
in the middle of a drought,
girls whose minds
are considered as real as their suffering,

give them fire
to burst from their mouths
in place of the words that no one hears.

Girls
whose bodies are not their own;
who are meant for decoration
and cannot decorate themselves,
who are meant for pleasure
and cannot pleasure themselves,
who are meant to be examples
and cannot exemplify themselves,

give them wings
to fly far, far away,

taste freedom in the sky,
and see it for what it should be:
a right, not a privilege.

Every girl
who is considered a possession
or a prize
or a plaything,

who lives
confined by people
who call condescension “love”
and manipulation “compromise”
and fear “respect”
and silence “consent,”

give her eyes
that strike terror into the heart
of anyone who would call her weak.

Gift girls with dragonhood
when personhood is a myth.

—  Sarah C. (via facina-oris)

(via suzeart)

lesueurpeas:

i got the cutest nightlight a couple days ago! its three little mushrooms that fade into different colors aaa lesueurpeas:

i got the cutest nightlight a couple days ago! its three little mushrooms that fade into different colors aaa lesueurpeas:

i got the cutest nightlight a couple days ago! its three little mushrooms that fade into different colors aaa

lesueurpeas:

i got the cutest nightlight a couple days ago! its three little mushrooms that fade into different colors aaa

(via obibunkenobi)

micdotcom:

Do not adjust your browser, major websites are “slowing down” to save Net Neutrality

Sept. 10 has been designated as a day of “Internet Slowdown” in the Battle for Net Neutrality. All day, prominent websites and organizations — from the ACLU, WordPress.com, Vimeo, Meetup and Kickstarter — have added messages to their websites asking visitors to contact their lawmakers and the Federal Communications Commission in support of net neutrality.
This is what your browser could look like | Follow micdotcom 

micdotcom:

Do not adjust your browser, major websites are “slowing down” to save Net Neutrality

Sept. 10 has been designated as a day of “Internet Slowdown” in the Battle for Net Neutrality. All day, prominent websites and organizations — from the ACLU, WordPress.com, Vimeo, Meetup and Kickstarter — have added messages to their websites asking visitors to contact their lawmakers and the Federal Communications Commission in support of net neutrality.
This is what your browser could look like | Follow micdotcom 

micdotcom:

Do not adjust your browser, major websites are “slowing down” to save Net Neutrality

Sept. 10 has been designated as a day of “Internet Slowdown” in the Battle for Net Neutrality. All day, prominent websites and organizations — from the ACLU, WordPress.com, Vimeo, Meetup and Kickstarter — have added messages to their websites asking visitors to contact their lawmakers and the Federal Communications Commission in support of net neutrality.
This is what your browser could look like | Follow micdotcom 

micdotcom:

Do not adjust your browser, major websites are “slowing down” to save Net Neutrality

Sept. 10 has been designated as a day of “Internet Slowdown” in the Battle for Net Neutrality. All day, prominent websites and organizations — from the ACLU, WordPress.com, Vimeo, Meetup and Kickstarter — have added messages to their websites asking visitors to contact their lawmakers and the Federal Communications Commission in support of net neutrality.
This is what your browser could look like | Follow micdotcom 

micdotcom:

Do not adjust your browser, major websites are “slowing down” to save Net Neutrality

Sept. 10 has been designated as a day of “Internet Slowdown” in the Battle for Net Neutrality. All day, prominent websites and organizations — from the ACLU, WordPress.com, Vimeo, Meetup and Kickstarter — have added messages to their websites asking visitors to contact their lawmakers and the Federal Communications Commission in support of net neutrality.

This is what your browser could look like | Follow micdotcom 

(via obibunkenobi)

humoristics:

A guy once told my lesbian friend that being a lesbian is a huge turn off for guys and that she’ll never find a boyfriend.

(via obibunkenobi)

pipipification:

<strong>IT’S A WRAP!</strong>
Living on my own in the Metro, most of my culinary adventures stem from being broke and wanting to use what I have on hand.

After being away for two weeks, I supplemented what little I had in my cupboards with a stop at Aldi. (I always thank my lucky stars for Aldi, because their low prices mean I can still eat veggies without bankrupting myself.)

Behold, the Chicken Hummus Wrap!
• Flour Tortillas, $1.29
• Hummus, $1.99
• Lettuce, 99¢
• Onion, $1.59 for a bag of 8.
• Tomato, 99¢ for a pack of 9.
• Cucumber, 49¢
• Chicken Nuggets, I got on special at cub a couple months ago, $4.99 for a 36 oz bag.

I cooked the chicken nuggets by package instructions. I would’ve used actual chicken breast, but didn’t have any thawed.

While the chicken cooked, I sliced up my veggies, and warmed the tortillas in the microwave for thirty seconds.

I covered the inside of the tortilla with my hummus. I imagine it would also be good with ranch or Caesar dressing.

Then, I layered in my veggies and chicken, folded it up, and devoured it.

I totally wish I had had burrito sized tortillas on hand. The ones I had weren’t quite big enough to fold properly. Adding cheese would’ve been awesome too!

I love wraps, because they’re super quick and easy to make. I love to experiment when I have different fillings on hand. Try roast beef, pepper jack cheese, and honey mustard instead of chicken and hummus, or other combinations that sound good!

Happy wrapping! pipipification:

<strong>IT’S A WRAP!</strong>
Living on my own in the Metro, most of my culinary adventures stem from being broke and wanting to use what I have on hand.

After being away for two weeks, I supplemented what little I had in my cupboards with a stop at Aldi. (I always thank my lucky stars for Aldi, because their low prices mean I can still eat veggies without bankrupting myself.)

Behold, the Chicken Hummus Wrap!
• Flour Tortillas, $1.29
• Hummus, $1.99
• Lettuce, 99¢
• Onion, $1.59 for a bag of 8.
• Tomato, 99¢ for a pack of 9.
• Cucumber, 49¢
• Chicken Nuggets, I got on special at cub a couple months ago, $4.99 for a 36 oz bag.

I cooked the chicken nuggets by package instructions. I would’ve used actual chicken breast, but didn’t have any thawed.

While the chicken cooked, I sliced up my veggies, and warmed the tortillas in the microwave for thirty seconds.

I covered the inside of the tortilla with my hummus. I imagine it would also be good with ranch or Caesar dressing.

Then, I layered in my veggies and chicken, folded it up, and devoured it.

I totally wish I had had burrito sized tortillas on hand. The ones I had weren’t quite big enough to fold properly. Adding cheese would’ve been awesome too!

I love wraps, because they’re super quick and easy to make. I love to experiment when I have different fillings on hand. Try roast beef, pepper jack cheese, and honey mustard instead of chicken and hummus, or other combinations that sound good!

Happy wrapping! pipipification:

<strong>IT’S A WRAP!</strong>
Living on my own in the Metro, most of my culinary adventures stem from being broke and wanting to use what I have on hand.

After being away for two weeks, I supplemented what little I had in my cupboards with a stop at Aldi. (I always thank my lucky stars for Aldi, because their low prices mean I can still eat veggies without bankrupting myself.)

Behold, the Chicken Hummus Wrap!
• Flour Tortillas, $1.29
• Hummus, $1.99
• Lettuce, 99¢
• Onion, $1.59 for a bag of 8.
• Tomato, 99¢ for a pack of 9.
• Cucumber, 49¢
• Chicken Nuggets, I got on special at cub a couple months ago, $4.99 for a 36 oz bag.

I cooked the chicken nuggets by package instructions. I would’ve used actual chicken breast, but didn’t have any thawed.

While the chicken cooked, I sliced up my veggies, and warmed the tortillas in the microwave for thirty seconds.

I covered the inside of the tortilla with my hummus. I imagine it would also be good with ranch or Caesar dressing.

Then, I layered in my veggies and chicken, folded it up, and devoured it.

I totally wish I had had burrito sized tortillas on hand. The ones I had weren’t quite big enough to fold properly. Adding cheese would’ve been awesome too!

I love wraps, because they’re super quick and easy to make. I love to experiment when I have different fillings on hand. Try roast beef, pepper jack cheese, and honey mustard instead of chicken and hummus, or other combinations that sound good!

Happy wrapping!

pipipification:

<strong>IT’S A WRAP!</strong>

Living on my own in the Metro, most of my culinary adventures stem from being broke and wanting to use what I have on hand.

After being away for two weeks, I supplemented what little I had in my cupboards with a stop at Aldi. (I always thank my lucky stars for Aldi, because their low prices mean I can still eat veggies without bankrupting myself.)

Behold, the Chicken Hummus Wrap!
• Flour Tortillas, $1.29
• Hummus, $1.99
• Lettuce, 99¢
• Onion, $1.59 for a bag of 8.
• Tomato, 99¢ for a pack of 9.
• Cucumber, 49¢
• Chicken Nuggets, I got on special at cub a couple months ago, $4.99 for a 36 oz bag.

I cooked the chicken nuggets by package instructions. I would’ve used actual chicken breast, but didn’t have any thawed.

While the chicken cooked, I sliced up my veggies, and warmed the tortillas in the microwave for thirty seconds.

I covered the inside of the tortilla with my hummus. I imagine it would also be good with ranch or Caesar dressing.

Then, I layered in my veggies and chicken, folded it up, and devoured it.

I totally wish I had had burrito sized tortillas on hand. The ones I had weren’t quite big enough to fold properly. Adding cheese would’ve been awesome too!

I love wraps, because they’re super quick and easy to make. I love to experiment when I have different fillings on hand. Try roast beef, pepper jack cheese, and honey mustard instead of chicken and hummus, or other combinations that sound good!

Happy wrapping!

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becauseiamawoman:

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bennycreampuff:

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They’d say “President Obama meets world leaders today”.

They wouldn’t say “Father of three founds one of the most successful modern computer businesses.”

They’d say “Bill Gates founds one of the most successful modern computer businesses.”

Get your shit right and use women’s names, not the number of kids they have.

THIS.

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