1. The Female Bad Fan

    newyorker:

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    Emily Nussbaum on television shows with “morally sketchy” heroines:

    “For some viewers, the idea that her flaws were there on purpose, that they were the whole point, remains hard to swallow. But ‘relatability’ is a trap—it’s a cage for artistic ambition. When it comes to role…

  2. taylorswift:

ughstory:

Honestly why am I single..

CANT STOP LAUGHING I will be applauding you for decades to come for this.

    taylorswift:

    ughstory:

    Honestly why am I single..

    CANT STOP LAUGHING
    I will be applauding you for decades to come for this.

  3. taylorswift:

    thosegeorgiastarstoshame:

    callsmeupagain:

    taylorswift my boyfriend loves you because you sung about dragons once

    Oh god this is so cute.

    Relationship goals.

  4. Using the chai that Feven brought me from India to do this!
Also: I love Taytay!
Also, also: her newest single, “Welcome to New York” was released today.
taylorswift:

imnotsomefloozy:

taylorswift we need a recipe for these please! 🍪🍪🍪

MMMKAY— there are two ways you can go about this. The quick and easy way is to make sugar cookies from a sugar cookie mix and just cut open a packet of chai tea and pour it into the batter as you make it. Cause you’re busy and you want making cookies to be a chill part of your day.Pow. Done.
OR
If you want to make the cookies from scratch (that’s what I did for the 1989 Secret Sessions), you can use this recipe I found on a baking blog I like, joythebaker.com and I believe it was originally from a book called The Pastry Queen. If you want another great baking blog, I get a lot of great ideas from smittenkitchen.com too. This is a recipe for basic insanely good sugar cookies. I added the chai element to the recipe because I thought it would infuse cozy holiday vibez into the cookie and it really did. So I’ll star the part that I added in the recipe.
http://joythebaker.com/2009/06/giant-vanilla-sugar-cookies/
***after you add the egg and vanilla, cut one chai tea packet open and empty the crushed up tea leaves into the batter CAUSE CHAI COOKIES ARE ABOUT TO HAPPEN UP IN HERE***
I made an icing for the cookies, but they’re fine on their own. If you want to make icing for them, just mix 1 cup powdered sugar with 1/4 T-spoon of nutmeg, 1/4 T-spoon of cinnamon and 3 TAYblespoons <—-(I’m so annoying, it astounds me sometimes) of milk or eggnog if you can find it this time of year. The more milk/eggnog you add, the more your icing will become a glaze. But glazes are legit too so basically just LIVE YOUR LIFE.
I lightly sprinkled cinnamon over the icing once the cookies were baked and iced, but there are so many icing options you can pair with these cookies—I mean it’s out of control. If you’re really feeling like living on the edge, you can go ahead and add a few drops of food coloring to the icing to make it festive. No one is going to stop you.
Why?
Cause the bakers gonna bake bake bake bake bake.
Bye.

    Using the chai that Feven brought me from India to do this!

    Also: I love Taytay!

    Also, also: her newest single, “Welcome to New York” was released today.

    taylorswift:

    imnotsomefloozy:

    taylorswift we need a recipe for these please! 🍪🍪🍪

    MMMKAY— there are two ways you can go about this.
    The quick and easy way is to make sugar cookies from a sugar cookie mix and just cut open a packet of chai tea and pour it into the batter as you make it. Cause you’re busy and you want making cookies to be a chill part of your day.
    Pow. Done.

    OR

    If you want to make the cookies from scratch (that’s what I did for the 1989 Secret Sessions), you can use this recipe I found on a baking blog I like, joythebaker.com and I believe it was originally from a book called The Pastry Queen. If you want another great baking blog, I get a lot of great ideas from smittenkitchen.com too. This is a recipe for basic insanely good sugar cookies. I added the chai element to the recipe because I thought it would infuse cozy holiday vibez into the cookie and it really did. So I’ll star the part that I added in the recipe.

    http://joythebaker.com/2009/06/giant-vanilla-sugar-cookies/

    ***after you add the egg and vanilla, cut one chai tea packet open and empty the crushed up tea leaves into the batter CAUSE CHAI COOKIES ARE ABOUT TO HAPPEN UP IN HERE***

    I made an icing for the cookies, but they’re fine on their own. If you want to make icing for them, just mix 1 cup powdered sugar with 1/4 T-spoon of nutmeg, 1/4 T-spoon of cinnamon and 3 TAYblespoons <—-(I’m so annoying, it astounds me sometimes) of milk or eggnog if you can find it this time of year. The more milk/eggnog you add, the more your icing will become a glaze. But glazes are legit too so basically just LIVE YOUR LIFE.

    I lightly sprinkled cinnamon over the icing once the cookies were baked and iced, but there are so many icing options you can pair with these cookies—I mean it’s out of control.
    If you’re really feeling like living on the edge, you can go ahead and add a few drops of food coloring to the icing to make it festive. No one is going to stop you.

    Why?

    Cause the bakers gonna bake bake bake bake bake.

    Bye.

  5. the usage of the rice cooker

    • Me: So how much water do I add?
    • Mother: If you don't know by now, then you are in trouble
    • Me: What! I haven't done this in ages!
    • Mother: Trial and error, figure it out. If I tell you, you'll never actually learn.
    • Me: Teach me to fish, mother!
    • Mother: In this case, it's letting you go hungry...
  6. Posting bc this song was a topic of conversation this weekend during a really fun get-together and I hope can use this to remember it… :)

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