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madison-avenue1964:

The Drapers

ectopicfantast:

Nico Vega - Fury oh Fury

"Feel my fury"

paresatbp:

The College Kid’s Guide to Survival: FOOD

Can’t think of a better title than that. And I know most of you can connect to what was written there. Some of you would think that being a food blogger, I don’t eat anything that’s instant or just you can pop in the oven and heat up. Well, I’ve herd various remarks from other bloggers who I’ve met in person. The truth is, there are simply days where I don’t want to get out of the house or take 30 minutes of my time to cook something. Most specially when it’s exam week.

What better way to survive a night of studying and not starve? Well, there’s Lucky Me’s trusty pancit canton and I’m sure there’s a can or two of Century Tuna over at your cupboards or pantry.

To help our minds be productive, I’ll teach you a simple recipe!

Canton a la tuna (As I would like to call it)

Ingredients:

  • packs of pancit canton
  • 1 can of tuna

Procedure:

  1. Mix together.
  2. Eat until full.
  3. Make another serving as needed. (Oh, I’m sure you do ;) )

 

 

Note:

I’m really sorry for this nonsense. At least I tried my best to do a mock-up studio to give you guys a better photo. LULZ.

(Source: paresatbp, via eat-drink-josh-about)

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paresatbp:

The College Kid’s Guide to Survival: FOOD

Can’t think of a better title than that. And I know most of you can connect to what was written there. Some of you would think that being a food blogger, I don’t eat anything that’s instant or just you can pop in the oven and heat up. Well, I’ve herd various remarks from other bloggers who I’ve met in person. The truth is, there are simply days where I don’t want to get out of the house or take 30 minutes of my time to cook something. Most specially when it’s exam week.

What better way to survive a night of studying and not starve? Well, there’s Lucky Me’s trusty pancit canton and I’m sure there’s a can or two of Century Tuna over at your cupboards or pantry.

To help our minds be productive, I’ll teach you a simple recipe!

Canton a la tuna (As I would like to call it)

Ingredients:

  • packs of pancit canton
  • 1 can of tuna

Procedure:

  1. Mix together.
  2. Eat until full.
  3. Make another serving as needed. (Oh, I’m sure you do ;) )

 

 

Note:

I’m really sorry for this nonsense. At least I tried my best to do a mock-up studio to give you guys a better photo. LULZ.

(Source: paresatbp, via eat-drink-josh-about)

James Cameron calling out the integrity of film and reminding us that nothing was ever “real” on set