asiansophistication asked: stealing pictures? LOL did you know there are blogs that pretend to be you?
wait are you serious? link?
you probably don’t realize how much this means to me…… ;___; you’ve always been so nice to me. I’m glad that even though we broke up I can still depend on you to be here for me. hanging out with you yesterday reminded me how much fun we used to have together. it’s so wonderful that I know no matter how long we spend apart from each other, we can always kick it together and do the same shit we always do and we can be comfortable and not weird around each other. it’s true, no matter what happens, we’ll always be close friends. you’re one of the most real & genuine people I know. thank you for being in my life.
otty-hotties asked: why steal your pictures? I never understand those sites when you can just reblog them. Isn't that a nifty idea!
right? ; w; thank you for understanding me..
"We are afraid to care too much, for fear that the other person does not care at all. "
Vodka Sunrise Jello Shots.
Ingredients & Measurements:
- 1.5 oz. Grenadine Syrup
- 2 oz. Orange Juice
- 1 package Knox Gelatin
- 2 oz. Water
- 1 tbsp Sugar
- 3 oz. Vodka
Put the grenadine syrup and 2 ounces of orange juice in your small sauce pan. Sprinkle half a packet of gelatin over top and let it bloom for about a minute. Heat over low heat for about six minutes, stirring often, until the gelatin has dissolved. Divide between two orange halves and chill thoroughly before adding the second layer.
When the first layer is set combine the water and sugar in the saucepan. Sprinkle the remaining half packet of gelatin over the top and allow it to bloom for a minute or so. Heat over low heat for six minutes, stirring, until the gelatin has dissolved. Take off the heat and add the vodka. Pour over the grenadine layer filling each orange half all the way up to the top and chill until firm, overnight if possible.
After they are firm, cut them in half to create the fruit wedges. Enjoy!!
Squirt here will now give you a rundown of proper exiting technique.