"If you love cooking with garlic, you know it does a lot of good in recipes by helping build flavor — but its strong odor can linger for hours, especially on our hands. We’ve all been in the situation where after preparing a wonderful meal, we’re left with the stench of garlic on our fingers — yuck! There are a few tricks people often recommend to eliminate the smell: lemon juice or vinegar, rubbing your hands with salt, or even using toothpaste! But those don’t work — all they do is mask the garlic smell. So what does really work? Stainless steel."
cooking with garlic? jerk off your sink
Found this chair in the woods, it was a very odd experience to say the least was scared and calmed at the same time. I’ve probably
Ran past this chair a thousand times. Just noticed it today. And felt like I wasn’t alone. Some forgotten memory or force was there walking around.
The woods went silent. Except for footsteps near the chair. I never got closer than ten or twelve feet to it because when I tried I felt like it would be a bad bad idea. I got a weird message in my head. My voice was telling me to just zoom in and leave I was about to overstay my shock of seeing it. And I honestly feel like whatever was there walking around in the snow just didn’t want to be bothered. I was never scared I just didn’t feel alone.
Photographer Lalage Snow takes pictures of soldiers’ faces before, during and after the war in Afghanistan.
when they say simpons did it already
they’re not fucking kidding
Captivating performance. There were actual tears.
i love ellen
Greatest SELFIE in the history of selfies