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boujhetto:

Wine 101 

  1. How-to Choose
  2. How-to Pair w/Food
  3. Using The Right Glass Shows You Have Class 
  4. Basic Types of Wine
  5. Expanded typing of Wines
  6. What Temp For EachType of Wine
  7. Knowing Your Wine Colors
  8. Wine Type Descriptions
  9. Caloric Comparison vs. Beer
  10. Coffees  

A friend once told me (while discussing wines & spirits) to learn about coffees too… " Because you’ll eventually need them, if / when you enjoy too much good spirits."

Infographics: Wine Folleys, Primer Magazine, and Chicago Food Magazine.

How to be an Adult 201

This is the most beautiful post I’ve ever seen.

(via thedarkpiereturns)

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thecrow-thecorpse asked: Don't have a damn brain hemmorage over my post with your "thisthisthis" xD hahahaha.

ill have a brain hemmorage if i want! You don’t control me!

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hehthar:

Coffee is mentioned at least 92 times in the first Girl With The Dragon Tattoo book, and doesn’t let up in the second installment. We’re looking at at 250+ mentions of coffee throughout this series. I know each story takes place over a few years, but it’s like anytime a character wants to [get something done/think/be sad/be happy/host/write/talk/have sex/etc.], coffee must be had. Is this a Swedish cultural thing, or was Larsson just a coffee fanatic? Either way, it’s a relatable amount of coffee.
Edit: “In Sweden…we drink coffee at least 3 times a day. And you are always offered coffee and pastries when you visit someone, it’s very rude not to except. This is our traditions.” - Birgitta Loeser, from the article linked.

hehthar:

Coffee is mentioned at least 92 times in the first Girl With The Dragon Tattoo book, and doesn’t let up in the second installment. We’re looking at at 250+ mentions of coffee throughout this series. I know each story takes place over a few years, but it’s like anytime a character wants to [get something done/think/be sad/be happy/host/write/talk/have sex/etc.], coffee must be had. Is this a Swedish cultural thing, or was Larsson just a coffee fanatic? Either way, it’s a relatable amount of coffee.

Edit: “In Sweden…we drink coffee at least 3 times a day. And you are always offered coffee and pastries when you visit someone, it’s very rude not to except. This is our traditions.” - Birgitta Loeser, from the article linked.