That's Allie MacDougal to You

No, I do not have anything intelligent to say.

Library blog: The Schooled Librarian

wire-man:

There were no survivors.

wire-man:

There were no survivors.

(Source: arcaneimages, via tastefullyoffensive)

thisisaadl:

It’s that time of year… here’s wishing everyone a good week!
typearoundtown:

Back to school.

thisisaadl:

It’s that time of year… here’s wishing everyone a good week!

typearoundtown:

Back to school.

comedycentral:

How well do you know the difference between East/West Bowl player names and real NFL player names? Click here to find out.

The real names are just mind-blowing. Ha Ha? Seriously?

comedycentral:

How well do you know the difference between East/West Bowl player names and real NFL player names? Click here to find out.

The real names are just mind-blowing. Ha Ha? Seriously?

vh1:

The Tuesday back at work after Labor Day be like…
SWING + MISS.

Oh no Tsonga!

vh1:

The Tuesday back at work after Labor Day be like…

SWING + MISS.

Oh no Tsonga!

teachingtoday:

Also love Amy Schumer

teachingtoday:

Also love Amy Schumer

(Source: bibleslut)

continuants:

itsnotlogicitsameanstoanend:

nprbooks:

How, how has it taken so long for me to discover the awesomeness that is the Piebrarian? Avid reader and baker Hanna posts literature-inspired pie recipes every other Friday, complete with spoiler-free synopses and analyses of how her recipes relate to the chosen book — like the Bennet Sisters Tea Tart pictured here. 

Chocolate ganache infused with lavender and earl grey in a lemon sweet pastry crust, inspired by Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.
The chocolate ganache filling has five ingredients, one for each of the Bennet sisters. Lydia, decadent and silly, is the chocolate. Kitty, barely there (but still important), is the vanilla. Jane, sweet and wholesome, is the lavender. Lizzy, strong and a little bitter, is the earl grey tea. And Mary, sensible and slightly bland, holds it all together as the cream.

You can even browse pie recipes by canon and author — are you in the mood for cult classics? Comedies of manners? Neil Gaiman?
Now, if you’ll pardon me, it’s a perfect weekend to bake some Princess Bride-inspired blackberry-peach pie.

And just because I can’t resist … WHEN COME BACK BRING PIE!!

— Petra

This is all that’s right in the world.

No, no it is not.
Because the OP is missing thepiebrary's Tumblr link.
NOW all is right.

Everything I’ve ever wanted to have and everything I’ve ever wanted to be.

continuants:

itsnotlogicitsameanstoanend:

nprbooks:

How, how has it taken so long for me to discover the awesomeness that is the Piebrarian? Avid reader and baker Hanna posts literature-inspired pie recipes every other Friday, complete with spoiler-free synopses and analyses of how her recipes relate to the chosen book — like the Bennet Sisters Tea Tart pictured here. 

Chocolate ganache infused with lavender and earl grey in a lemon sweet pastry crust, inspired by Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.

The chocolate ganache filling has five ingredients, one for each of the Bennet sisters. Lydia, decadent and silly, is the chocolate. Kitty, barely there (but still important), is the vanilla. Jane, sweet and wholesome, is the lavender. Lizzy, strong and a little bitter, is the earl grey tea. And Mary, sensible and slightly bland, holds it all together as the cream.

You can even browse pie recipes by canon and author — are you in the mood for cult classics? Comedies of manners? Neil Gaiman?

Now, if you’ll pardon me, it’s a perfect weekend to bake some Princess Bride-inspired blackberry-peach pie.

And just because I can’t resist … WHEN COME BACK BRING PIE!!

— Petra

This is all that’s right in the world.

No, no it is not.

Because the OP is missing thepiebrary's Tumblr link.

NOW all is right.

Everything I’ve ever wanted to have and everything I’ve ever wanted to be.

(via gnomadiclibrarian)

stunningpicture:

Made this for my boyfriend

This is so real.

stunningpicture:

Made this for my boyfriend

This is so real.

(via tastefullyoffensive)

popculturebrain:

First Look: Seth Gilliam as Father Gabriel Stokes on ‘The Walking Dead’ | EW

If The Walking Dead slowly becomes The Wire, I will not complain.

popculturebrain:

First Look: Seth Gilliam as Father Gabriel Stokes on ‘The Walking Dead’ | EW

If The Walking Dead slowly becomes The Wire, I will not complain.