My name is Hope. I like Halloween, spooky and sparkly stuff. I obsessively clean things (that includes pints of ice cream) and I'm also a fan of some animu and other shows. I do art from time to time, but I don't post much of that on here. Mentally unstable bluh bluh bluh
Lame attempts at art
So this guy volunteers at the Olympics. He figures maybe he’ll get to see some amazing athletes doing athletic things. And then the fastest man alive gives him a fist bump.
Look at all that happy.
(Source: 4GIFs, via vanillish)
I cried the first time I saw this, first she throws a fucking table,
Then she catches the chair someone threw at her with one hand…ONE HAND.
You don’t even understand. She throws the table, deflects a chair with her purse, catches a chair with one hand while ducking a 3rd flying chair. She is the one. The one who will defeat sharkeisha
(Source: 4gifs, via king-owl)
COXINHA: The brazilian unit of measure for how overdone something is
I’ve decided to impart some brazilian knowledge here on tumblr dot com. Considering most of you are not brazilian, you might not understand the full extent of the COXINHA slang, but I’ll try to explain at the best of my abilities.
This is a coxinha. It is a very common snack recipe here in Brazil, typically comprised of breaded potato dough filled with shredded chicken meat (sometimes having catupiry, a brazilian type of creamy cheese as a filling as well) and then deep fried.
It is very common. VERY common. We brazilians have somewhat of a fast-food culture, just like the north-americans, except the fast-food places are mostly replaced by snack bars and “botecos” (basically small, “lower class” pubs); and we have those botecos and snack bars EVERYWHERE. Fried goods are very common, like the Pão de Queijo (cheese bread), Esfihas, Kibes, Croquettes, etc, and we eat them all the fucking time.
But the coxinha? Oh, the coxinha is something special.