That newscaster. Mmmphhh
A friend linked me these because he thought they’d be relevant to me, he was extremely correct. If these pieces of advice aren’t relevant to you, improve yourself until they are.
A good chunk of Tumblr could benefit from this.
fun fact: the reason that the plural of goose is geese but the plural of moose is not meese is because goose derives from an ancient germanic word undergoing strong declension, in the pattern of foot/feet and tooth/teeth, wherein oo is mutated to ee. however ‘moose’ is a native american word added to the english lexicon only ~400 years ago, and lacks the etymological reason to be pluralized in that way.
Oh baby. Keep talking dirty to me.
Interesting! Meese in the woodsen
i love how they end this mind blowing experience with lindsay lohan
Live your life how you want, but don’t confuse drama with happiness
A regular Foragers shopper stopped in for seasonal, organic produce to make baby food. Her son was starting solid food, so we talked with her a bit about what she was making and which fruits and vegetables were going over the best. Apparently her baby loves pears and apples, is ambivalent about bananas and really doesn’t like kale. We asked her how she cooked it (she steamed and pureed it), and I made a joke that maybe the baby would like it sautéed with garlic and olive oil. She laughed and told me that garlic was one of the most highly recommended spices to add to a baby’s food! Besides adding a ton of flavor, garlic is a natural anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant and people use it all the time to lower their blood pressure. So why wouldn’t it be great for babies?
In fact, garlic is amazing all around:
The active component in garlic is Allicin. Allicin contains sulfur which gives garlic it’s distinctive smell and it’s anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-oxidant powers. Allicin works best when garlic is finely chopped or crushed.
Garlic also contains Ajoene which has anti-clotting properties. It helps keep arteries from hardening and becoming blocked. Ajoene is most potent when its chopped and cooked in olive oil.
Mosquitoes HATE the smell of garlic, so it is a natural bug repellent. It works the same for fleas and pesticides, so it’s great for your pets and garden.
Garlic juice is great glue for glassware. Crush a clove of garlic and rub the juice on the crack, hold it in place for a while then wipe off the excess pulp and the crack is fixed.
Garlic removes splinters. Slice a piece of garlic, place it over the splinter then wrap your foot in a bandage. In a few hours, the splinter is extracted and there’s no redness or inflammation around it.
The purely scientific nature of garlic is that it is healing and nutritious. It doesn’t need any dancing up. The only thing you need to do to unlock its full potential is crush, slice or mince it.
To start off my Easter lesson, Mommy gave me my very own Easter basket for my very own Easter egg hunt! Mommy says there are three Easter eggs for me to find this week. I can’t wait to find those eggs and fill my pretty basket!