I pretty much have the cutest baby ever…

Tornado warning forced us to the hall

free-martinis:

The Voorman Problem

Nominees: Mark Gill (director, writer, and editor) and Baldwin Li (writer, producer, composer, and editor) Length: 12:50 Logline: Sherlock and The Hobbit franchise star Martin Freeman plays a psychiatrist tasked with evaluating the titular prisoner (Tom Hollander), who believes himself to be a god. And he can prove it. So how is it? This witty, fleet Twilight Zone-like story is almost too short, which makes me hope the filmmakers are planning a feature-length version.

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Reblogging as a reminder to watch.

(Reblogged from dduane)

Holiday-ish recipe: Ginger Nuts

dduane:

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Ginger nuts are a favorite store-bought biscuit in most parts of the UK and Ireland, but homemade ones are way better. And somehow or other I seem to have made these three times in the last week and a bit, so I think I’ve acquired some expertise.

If you want to make some holiday-ish biscuits/cookies that aren’t a lot of trouble, especially for gifts, these are an excellent bet. They’re crisp and flavorful and very more-ish. They’re also a good sort of bikkie to make if you want to let children or those who are normally a little baking-challenged assist (meaning it’s the kind of thing you can do sitting around the table with a bunch of adults and a bottle of wine, gossiping while you do the slightly repetitive work of getting them ready to bake).

Making the dough takes twenty minutes or a bit more, depending on how long you spend creaming the sugar and butter and flour together. After that it’s just a matter of how quickly you feel like assembling each baking sheet’s worth of cookies / biscuits. The dough refrigerates nicely for short periods, but because ginger nuts are raised only with baking soda / bicarbonate of soda, I wouldn’t keep the dough unbaked for more than 4-6 hours. The recipe makes between four and five dozen gingernuts, depending on how large you roll the pieces.

Recipe and method under the cut.

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(Reblogged from dduane)

Sherlock Series 3 - HOW TO: BBC and BBCiPlayer

dudeufugly:

with the imminent release of Sherlock Series 3 and the Christmas mini-sode “Many Happy Returns” (additional info here), many international fans, once again, scramble to find a way to watch/watch live.

here a few simple tips and tricks:

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(Reblogged from dudeufugly)

Watching Firefly with the whole family…new holiday tradition.

wilwheaton:

bonniegrrl:

badengagementphotos:

I love this for so many reasons. Is it for real? I don’t really care because it is amazing.

Best AND Worst Engagement Photo Ever1

WRONG. There is nothing “worst” about this, except that Anne and I have know this exists for almost a full minute and have not made plans to recreate it with our pets.

Zach - I have the BEST idea for a Christmas photo…
Sarah - I need to book you and your camera for a few hours…

wilwheaton:

bonniegrrl:

badengagementphotos:

I love this for so many reasons. Is it for real? I don’t really care because it is amazing.

Best AND Worst Engagement Photo Ever1

WRONG. There is nothing “worst” about this, except that Anne and I have know this exists for almost a full minute and have not made plans to recreate it with our pets.

Zach - I have the BEST idea for a Christmas photo…

Sarah - I need to book you and your camera for a few hours…

(Reblogged from wilwheaton)

professorfonz:

Christmas is just around the corner! And so is Series 3! Let us celebrate both with some Xmas Knitlock joy. 

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I am still amazed by your enthusiastic response to my first Knitlock giveaway, hence this little follow-up to bring you some seasonal cheer.

There are going to be three winners this time, and each of the winners is going to receive a wrapped Knitlock Xmas present. What is likely to be in the package? A pair of Blogger’s Xmas mittens (x), a hat based on John’s Xmas jumper patterns, a pair of ‘The Game is On’ mittens (x)… the list goes on. One knitlock item per present - and it’s going to be a surprise you are likely to deduce the moment you receive it in the mail, if you happen to be Sherlock.

I design all my Knitlock items and hand-knit them myself, using only 100% New Zealand wool. If you are not familiar with my Knitlock designs, you can browse them here (x).

Once again, you don’t have to be following me to win. But if you are my follower and you win a present, I will add another little knitlock surprise to your present. It’ll be worth it, I promise.

GIVEAWAY RULES:

  • likes and reblogs both count 
  • reblog as many times as you want, just no spamming please!
  • I will ship anywhere in the world
  • no giveaway blogs please! (I will check)
  • ask boxes must be open so I can contact you
  • you must be comfortable with giving me your address
  • I will pick the winners via a random number generator
  • I will message the winners - if I don’t get a reply within 3 days, I’ll choose another winner

You have up until midnight (GMT) 20th of November,  to enter. 

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Knitting and Sherlock! Two of my very favorite things!

(Reblogged from professorfonz)

fynnymisery:

sktagg23:

forever-a-winchester:

kidwithgoggles:

schmittastisch:

pbh3:

Punctuation marks the internet sorely needs.

I love the Hemi-Demi-Semi Colon

Anybody want to make a font?

I actually read that in his voice omg

THAT SENTENCE IN HIS VOICE OMFG.

Can we actually have this; omg

(Source: tyleroakley)

(Reblogged from dduane)
sallydonovan:

"man i miss sherlock so much"

I. Can’t. Wait.

sallydonovan:

"man i miss sherlock so much"

I.
Can’t.
Wait.

(Reblogged from sherlockr3vealed)