Where's Wonderland?

I'm a fantasy loving bookworm/ culinary arts student. Expect the surreal. Expect lots of books. Expect lots of food. When I actually post that is.

i-drink-commoner-coffee:

moss-summers:

9outof10graduates:

yumikuri4life:

bard-core:

frenums:

fucking ground sprinkles what the fuck

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*Tamaki voice*

What? You commoners don’t even have enough time to grind your own sprinkles?? Well, What do I have to lose?

I WILL DO IT

I WILL EAT THE COMMONERS SPRINKLES

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THE OHSHC FANDOM TOOK OVER A POST FOR ONCE

OHMYGOD

FINALLY

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maruti-bitamin:

Online shop is reopened! :) ( koyamori.storenvy.com )

Thanks for your patience!

silviya7:

nice characters are good and important and strong

nice characters are not in any way inherently less interesting or complex or cool or badass than asshole characters

nice characters who go through hell and still remain good and kind and compassionate are so so strong

nice characters are not weak or boring or less badass, nice characters are awesome.

(via leochel)

The saddest word
in the whole wide world
is the word almost.


He was almost in love.
She was almost good for him.
He almost stopped her.
She almost waited.
He almost lived.
They almost made it.

—   Tiny Stories (via untamedunwanted)

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tokidoki-hokeypokey:

A Ghibli movie raided the train.

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wildcat2030:

'Quantum Cheshire Cat' becomes reality
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Scientists have for the first time separated a particle from one of its physical properties - creating a “quantum Cheshire Cat”. The phenomenon is named after the curious feline in Alice in Wonderland, who vanishes leaving only its grin. Researchers took a beam of neutrons and separated them from their magnetic moment, like passengers and their baggage at airport security. They describe their feat in Nature Communications. The same separation trick could in principle be performed with any property of any quantum object, say researchers from Vienna University of Technology. Their technique could have a useful application in metrology - helping to filter out disturbances during high-precision measurements of quantum systems.
Schrodinger’s paradox In Lewis Carroll’s classic children’s story, the Cheshire Cat gradually disappears, leaving only its mischievous grin. This prompts Alice to exclaim: “Well! I’ve often seen a cat without a grin, but a grin without a cat! It’s the most curious thing I ever saw in my life!” The idea of a “quantum Cheshire Cat” was first proposed in 2010 by Dr Jeff Tollaksen from Chapman University, a co-author on this latest paper. In the world familiar to us, an object and its properties are always bound together. A rotating ball, for instance, cannot become separated from its spin. (via BBC News - ‘Quantum Cheshire Cat’ becomes reality)

I want a knight in shining armor who respects the warrior princess in me.

(Source: dolldelight, via dolldelight)

jessicamao:

Good night, Pun Pun~

A last minute mini print for AX! Hope to see you there at table K32!

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jamisbest:

holmestiel-love:

lilflappyhands:

mrs-cucumberbachelor:

oceansilhouette:

Cute little marshmallows 

this makes me so happy


Wait. Is that big marshmallow licking that little marshmallow?

Is it a… cannibal?

I think it’s the marshmallow’s mom and it’s trying to comfort the little marshmallow

Maybe it’s a habit specific to the marshmallow species

oh ok

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