Ha, so clever.
Super Junior 슈퍼주니어_Mr.Simple_MUSICVIDEO (by SMTOWN)
Love KPop. It’s like Musical Everclear.
Clever inventions making cushy home life, just a tad bit cushier :)
A gorgeous petal infused pink ale. Light summery taste with almost a champagne aftertaste
I would like to remind everyone that this existed. This was once a thing every commercial break.
Pauwel Kwak at The Malt House, Madison WI
I promised myself that I would not only drink liquor, so here’s the first beer I would suggest. A Belgian Amber Ale with 8.4% ABV. It has a hint of floral, almost fruity flavor, a rich taste, and is very barely bitter.
Other than the ridiculous glass, which really holds about two beers, it was an enjoyable drink, but currently the Malt House has it on draft, which means I would suggest getting a sample first before you commit to the volume. (Again, 8.4% ABV, a bit stronger than your standard Miller Lite, ya kno?)
However, after chasing this with a 7&7, I proceeded to watch tv with a friend and end up missing 2 hours of the evening, realizing it was 12:15 when I would’ve sworn it was 10, so even with my slow sip, the alcohol might have caught up with me…
Alcohol Type: Beer
Rating: 7.3/10 (ABV+volume=slow slow drink)
Ridiculous Couple Tats. Enough said.
I THINK I JUST FOUND A JOB FOR MY LAZY ASS CAT!
The Hermitage Museum hires “Guard Cats” to protect artwork - Another reason Russia is awesome.
The team of tailed guards consists mainly of alley cats, and like in the imperial times, the cat community hinges on strict hierarchy. The cats fall into aristocrats, the middle caste, and the low caste. Each group operates within a certain designated part of the building. The cat staff cannot exceed 50-60 cats, not because they’ll be difficult to look after in terms of cat food. If the number of cats exceeds 60, they start cat fights and neglect their duties. For this reason, from time to time, the museum has to look for people who would adopt extra cats.
The felines are carefully named by museum employees based on their personalities. They even have their own holiday on March 28, where they receive special treats.
With a huge interview tomorrow morning and a desperate search for an apartment next on the list, I’m feeling the real-life panic. I think this letter is a tad bitter, but gives an elegant argument to the connotation ‘Millennials’ receive from the media.