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Fact: dogs change your life (and vocabulary) for the better.
What it means to non-dog people: A dog up to 3-years-old.
What it means to dog people: Your dog forever, doesn’t matter the age, will always be your puppy.
What it means to non-dog people: A nice thing in your home that you relax on.
What it means to dog people: Something that will always belong to your dog. Even when you train them not to go on it, you know they’re eyeing it the second you leave.
What it means to non-dog people: A wonderful thing toddlers get and adults yearn for. Arianna Huffington freakin’ loves them.
What it means to dog people: A WONDERFUL THING, made even better by your nap-time pal. Even if it involves a butt in your face.
4. Lint Roller
What it means to non-dog people: A nifty thing for a little lint hear and there.
What it means to dog people: A LIFE SAVER for all of your black clothing.
What it means to non-dog people: A good thing to give your home or a room nice, natural light.
What it means to dog people: A necessity for your pup when they aren’t outside. She’s gotta keep up with all the hot gossip, after-all.
6. Car Ride
What it means to non-dog people: A thing you need to do to get to the store, your work, etc. A means for transportation.
What it means to dog people: A small thing that makes your best friend SO HAPPY.
What it means to non-dog people: A thing to cool down your drink.
What it means to dog people: A cheap toy for your dog to play with.
8. Toilet Paper
What it means to non-dog people: A thing to wipe off your butt.
What it means to dog people: Hell in paper form when in the mouth of your pup.
9. Alarm Clock
What it means to non-dog people: A device to help wake you up in the morning, usually an obnoxious sound.
What it means to dog people: YOUR DOG.
What it means to non-dog people: A person you pay $$$ to, to talk things out. Very good for mental health.
What it means to dog people: Your dog who lives with you, and you pay in food and belly rubs. Very good for mental health.
11. Bad Days
What it means to non-dog people: Days when nothing goes your way, and there’s nothing that can help.
What it means to dog people: Days when nothing goes your way but they aren’t nearly as bad because of your dog.
What it means to non-dog people: A nice thing to do to clear your head or just to exercise. A means to get you to and from a place.
What it means to dog people: Something NEVER to be said unless spelled out “W-A-L-K” or if you MEAN IT.
What it means to non-dog people: Putting food in your belly at the end of the day.
What it means to dog people: A time of day your best friend will stare at you while you put food in your belly. Doesn’t matter if they have food in their bowl, prepare for some stares.
What it means to non-dog people: A person who is in charge of your kid when you are out.
What it means to dog people: A person always accompanied by your dog who is in charge of your kid when you are out.
What it means to non-dog people: A machine to clean your dishes.
What it means to dog people: Your dog when your dinner is dog-friendly and she deserves an extra little treat.
16. Best Friend
What it means to non-dog people: Someone, usually a human, who you can count on no matter what for love and support.
What it means to dog people: Your dog, who you can count on for unconditional love and support no matter what.
These people are reporting the stories that really matter.
1. Don’t worry, he’s coming soon.
Fox News / Via laughterkey.com
2. Even on Neptune???
CNN / Via scottwalkertv.com
3. I know a lot of people dislike French politicians but this seems a bit harsh.
MSNBC / Via mediaite.com
4. She deserves better than to be called names by the likes of you, MSNBC.
MSNBC / Via blog.collegehumor.com
5. Wow, Halle Berry really had a lot of work done.
KABC / Via mediaite.com
6. Who hasn’t taken a picture of a naked guy, though? Oh, everyone else?
WXYZ / Via blameaspartame.tumblr.com
7. I don’t think it’s our children’s education we have to worry about.
Fox News / Via funnyordie.com
8. Weird, I’m usually killed to life.
WBTV / Via mediabistro.com
9. Important breaking health information.
KRIV FOX 26 / Via tvaez.tumblr.com
10. Um…I’ll try?
KREM / Via newsflubs.com
11. Sooo cool.
KABC / Via thechive.com
12. I, for one, am SHOCKED by the news that many words are supposed to fit there.
KDKA / Via reddit.com
13. Thank goodness this story is so clear and easy to understand!
Fox News / Via mediamatters.org
14. No zombies here.
15. You can, but probably shouldn’t.
WTEV / Via collegecandy.com
16. It would be the shortest if whoever wrote this had entered.
Fox News / Via oddee.com
18. Lance, how could you?
CBC News / Via deadspin.com
19. CNN producer: “102 years is still breaking, right?”
CNN / Via buzzfeed.com
Fox 25 / Via thechive.com
21. Surprisingly, this is the one thing I didn’t know about Tiger Woods.
WNWO / Via collegecandy.com
22. This dog is sick of such false accusations.
KCAL / Via twi-late.tumblr.com
Mônica Geller – Fernanda Torres
Ross Geller – Reynaldo Gianechini
Phoebe Buffay – Angélica
Chandler Bing – Marcelo Serrado
Rachel Green – Letícia Spiller
Joey Tribbiani – Ricardo Tozzi
Cozy up with these delicious cold-weather beverages!
Easy Chai Tea
This café favorite is easier to make than you think; simply bring crushed spices, cinnamon sticks, ginger, and milk to a boil, add tea bags, and let steep for 10 minutes.
Warm Mulled Cider
Simmer apple cider with mulling spices, orange zest, and ginger to make a drink that smells as good as it tastes.
Mexican Spiced Hot Cocoa
Add a touch of ground chipotle and cinnamon to turn up the heat in this winter favorite.
Easy Blender Eggnog
To save time (without sacrificing taste), use your blender to prepare this holiday classic.
Mulled Wine With Cranberries
Jazz up this old standby with cranberry juice and fresh cranberries.
Malted Hot Cocoa With Toasted Marshmallows
Change up your favorite hot chocolate by adding malted milk powder and broiled marshmallows.
Minty Hot Cocoa Float
A scoop of mint chocolate chip ice cream transforms traditional hot cocoa into a dessert-like winter treat.
Warm Hazelnut Toddy
To create this easy version of a hot toddy, mix Frangelico with hot water and top with a dollop of whipped cream.
This recipe calls for just two ingredients; add cocoa candy melts or semisweet chocolate chips to hot milk and stir.
Trouxemos algumas inspirações para os patriotas de plantão:
Hot dogs dos times:
Hoje vamos passar uma receita deliciosa de “Pop Cake” para quem quer aproveitar o feriado. É bem simples, anote:
- 1 bolo de chocolate pronto (pode ser qualquer receita ou até um bolo de caixinha)
Ganache de chocolate:
- 300 g de chocolate meio amargo ou ao leite
- confeitos (chocolate granulado, nozes, castanhas ou raspas de chocolate)
MODO DE PREPARO
- Em banho-maria derreta 150 g de chocolate ao leite ou meio amargo
- Acrescente 1 colher (sopa) de manteiga e 1 copo de creme de leite fresco (ou 1 latinha)
- Mexa até formar uma mistura cremosa e homogênea
- Deixe esfriar antes de usar
- Em uma tigela, pique o bolo como se fosse uma farofa com pedaços grandes
- Acrescente a ganache aos poucos, mexendo delicadamente
- Faça as bolinhas, coloque-as numa assadeira
- Derreta o chocolate em banho maria
- Molhe a ponta palito no chocolate derretido e espete nos bolinhos (isso ajuda a grudar melhor)
- Passe os bolinhos pelo chocolate e depois pelo confeito de sua escolha
- Deixe os bolinhos virados para cima para que o chocolate seque
Dicas e opções: A casquinha também pode ser feita com chocolate branco. Para fazer o pop cake usando massa de bolo branco, use 1 lata de doce de leite no lugar da ganache. Para deixar os pop cakes virados para cima, coloque-os num copo, ou vá espetando os palitos em um isopor.
Deu água na boca, não é?
Al caminar con mi familia por Las Condes, en Santiago, me encontré con que había muchos asientos (de plaza), ubicados en la Avenida Isidora Goyenechea, pintados o decorados por artistas de diferentes disciplinas, como pintores, fotógrafos, grafiteros e inclusive niños.
Investigando más profundamente el asunto descubrí que pintores chilenos famosos como Totoy Samudio, Antonia Boza, Fernanda Gutiérrez, entre otros 30 artistas, habían participado del proyecto intitulado: Bancas Pintadas y financiado por la Municipalidad de Las Condes en 30 millones. La intención del proyecto era la de dar “valor agregado a los espacios urbanos a través del arte”. Entre algunos de los materiales que usaron encontramos: alambre, tarugos, collares de perlas, juguetes, metales, periódicos… y un largo etcétera.
Realmente la avenida parecía “un museo a cielo abierto” y entre los asientos que me llamaron más la atención se les puedo mostrar en las siguientes fotos: