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I find it hilarious that Tumblr actually thinks they stand a chance against 4chan. That’s like throwing a puppy into a den of 12 wolves and thinking it will be alive at the end. 9gag tried the same shit with 4chan and lost, BADLY. Tumblr, I’m telling you this for your own good, STOP. Do NOT try to fight with 4chan. You will lose. You can’t beat Anonymous. They even got people to cut themselves and shave their heads for Justin Bieber. You can’t win against a website that makes most of the internet jokes, many real-world issues, and not to mention, the a lot of 4chan users are no-lifers with way too much time on their hands and the best hacking skills the world has to offer. If they actually wanted to, they could have shut down Tumblr months ago, and that isn’t a joke. 

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thrintagecats:

maudelynn:

INCOMING SHUFFLESNUFFLER DETECTED
AUTOMATED DEFENSE SYSTEMS ONLINE
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putting this here for when i get sads. 

thrintagecats:

maudelynn:

INCOMING SHUFFLESNUFFLER DETECTED

AUTOMATED DEFENSE SYSTEMS ONLINE

snufflesnufflesnuffle

putting this here for when i get sads. 

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prasejeebus:

The tea has been spilled and it’s scalding

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afghangster:

people romanticize growing up in the 90s but we had our struggles 

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masterchefonfox:

Hipsterfood highlighted the fragrant fennel in this veganized homage to fettucine alfredo.

Fennel & black pepper cream sauce

  1. Chop the fennel bulb into a small dice.
  2. Put a tablespoon of coconut oil into a large sauté pan on high heat. Toss in the fennel and let it sear for a minute, then turn the heat to medium-low. Squeeze in about a tablespoon of the grapefruit and let the fennel brown & cook down for about five minutes, stirring every so often so that it doesn’t burn.
  3. Remove about 1/3 of the cooked fennel and set aside. Pour the coconut milk into the pan with the fennel, stirring to remove any coconut clumps, then also add in 3 teaspoons soy sauce, 1 heaping tablespoon cornmeal, a pinch of fine salt, and about 2 teaspoons of freshly cracked pepper.
  4. Stir everything together, turn the heat to as low as possible, and let it heat until everything else is ready, stirring occasionally. If it isn’t thickening up, add in cornmeal 1 teaspoon at a time until it thickens into a cream sauce.

Lentil “meat”balls

  1. Cook the lentils until tender, about 10 minutes on medium-high heat.
  2. Strain and pour into a mixing bowl with the reserved cooked fennel, 2 teaspoons soy sauce, two heaping pinches minced fresh fennel leaves, 5 tablespoons cornmeal, and salt and pepper.
  3. Using a potato masher, mash everything together until the lentils are broken down and everything is combined. Form them into golf ball-sized pieces. Keep adding in corn meal, one teaspoon at a time, if they’re not sticking together.
  4. Heat a pan with a tablespoon of coconut oil, letting it get very hot. Add in a few meatballs at a time, turning them as they brown on each side. Let them cook until all crispy on the outside.

Cook the linguine until tender, then serve with the sauce and meatballs. Enjoy!

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