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…and I was about to go to bed. Now I will never sleep again.

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…and I was about to go to bed. Now I will never sleep again.

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"The situation regarding spoons remains unchanged. If I see one, I will kill it."

I’d forgotten about this masterpiece. It seems that Herzog is a fan of it and considers the various Herzog imposters online as his foot soldiers. I like the concept of Werner Herzog very much.

Werner Herzog’s Note To His Cleaning Lady » Sabotage Times

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How to make a doner at home. Weekend mission - accepted.

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"Whisky wants to be wine. Rum wants to be whisky. Vodka wants to be Gin. Mexcal wants to be Tequila. Tequila wants to be Rum. Gin wants to be Brandy and Wine just ignores everyone and has a giggle in the corner with Beer."

whiskysponge | It’s thoroughly absorbing…

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"In geometry, a deltoidal icositetrahedron (also a trapezoidal icositetrahedron and tetragonal icosikaitetrahedron) is a Catalan solid which looks a bit like an overinflated cube."

Overinflated cube? That’s just being rude.

Deltoidal icositetrahedron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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"Their subterranean world is paralysed by a vicious war between the Riders and the Drivers begun by the Drivers’ megalomaniac leader, Crow."

Hideous Londoners forced to travel above ground

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"In keeping with our philosophy of everything being local here at Bruichladdich we’ll be mining the ore for the new mashtun here on Islay just outside Port Charlotte. Some of the lads are a little unhappy about having to drill several kilometres into the Earth’s crust but at least we’ll have a big hole afterwards into which we can pour and then seal off most of the remaining cases of Black Art. That way they’ll never darken the lives of our children and their children’s children"

Bruichladdich Announce WMD3: Whisky Of Mash Destruction | whiskysponge

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"Johnson’s trademark tuck-shop wit makes him a formidable political orator. Johnson is like an iron fist encased in an iron glove, but on the knuckles of the iron glove are tiny childlike drawings of ejaculating penises at which even the son of a Marxist intellectual cannot help but smirk."

What to do if millions of Romanian vampires pitch camp at Marble Arch | Stewart Lee | Comment is free | The Observer

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"The British Plastics Federation welcomed the Bank’s move towards polymer notes. “It’s essential all the plastic banknotes are made in the UK. Why not make coins out of plastic? It will save wear and tear on our pockets,” said director-general Peter Davis."

http://www.theguardian.com/business/2013/dec/17/sterling-notes-go-plastic-bank-of-england

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"When the Directors Cut first came out it opened up the question of Deckard being a replicant. It went back and forth for a while before Ridley Scott came clean in an interview and definitively said so. Case closed. Except no it isn’t. The thing about sci-fi is that you have to create a world and these worlds have rules. Once you set these rules up and establish how your vision of the future works to the audience you really need to stick to them in order to get a really good film"

Gavin Rothery - Directing - Concept - VFX - Gavin Rothery Blog - A Matter Of Electric Sheep

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"BrewDog exists to make everyone as passionate about beer as we are, and frankly your choice to build a fake BrewDog bar in Changzhou – rather than a fake McDonald’s, a fake Starbucks or a fake Nike Town – suggests to me that we are getting there."

Dear (fake) BrewDog China

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"For a while we stare. It is one of those dishes that forces you into the present tense. The rain outside does not matter. We have pie."

The Magdalen Arms: restaurant review | Jay Rayner | Life and style | The Observer