(Warning: Mildly traumatizing cake ahead. Not safe for overly inquisitive children.)
For Labor Day I thought I'd continue one of my personal labors of love:
Convincing bakers to stop butting in on baby shower cakes.
(Though to be fair, it's hard to tell which end we're looking at here. Are those arms?)
Now, see, this next cake was fine. Why dump half a toddler on it?
'Cuz here's the thing, bakers: even when a butt cake is well executed, it still looks, well...
But(t) no matter what I say, you guys just keep making them!
And if anything, the butts are getting MORE disturbing.
Not a butt. My bad.
That said, some of these are getting SO ridiculous it's actually kind of awesome:
Heck, I want to see this turned into a sit-com. We'll call it Two And A Half Babies. Short Stack here will wear a cute little hat on her waist stump and be perpetually waddling into walls. The other two babies will take turns stealing her boyfriends. Eh?
Oh, you know you'd watch it.
HAPPY LABOR DAY!
Thanks to Andrea B., Renee W., Anony 1 & Anony 2, Kiri S., & Susanna F. for the rear view wreckage.
The extension uses scalable icons and supports restoring the original icon (simply right click the icon in Nemo / Nautilus and select Folder Color > Default). However, it's important to mention that the extension only works properly with the default Ubuntu icon theme (Humanity) as well as Humanity Colors.
|Nemo Folder Color|
Install Folder Color in Ubuntu
Once installed, restart Nautilus:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:costales/folder-color
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install folder-color
Once installed, restart Nemo:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/nemo
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install nemo-folder-color
Previous LLOG discussion of the phenomenon:
A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of visiting the newest Next Superstore in Hedge End, Hampshire. It stands at 60,000 square feet over two floors with a breath-taking atrium to welcome visitors. I could have spent days in the garden shop but there was also a tempting bed shop, lingerie room, shoe room and a welcome Costa Coffee too. Of course I didn’t come away with just a pair of boots! I also came away inspired by one of the themes running through the home and furniture departments. Rustic country. Nothing can be more apt for this time of year. Lots of chunky knits, russet colours and raw materials.
And that crystal drop chandelier is a good reason to visit again soon.
All items from the Autumn/Winter collections at Next.
2. Got some manga posted. I'm excited about being just one chapter away from finishing A Child's Child. It's not the longest thing I've ever worked on, but it's the second series I started scanlating, and it's the longest thing I've ever completed on my own, so it feels huge to be so close to done.
3. This month I walked or rode my bike at least a little bit every day, even on my days off.
4. Irene grilled tonight and we had carne asada tacos. *_*
5. Heidi's eye infection seems to be almost cleared up, thanks to the eyedrops. She's also discovered the joy of boxes, as I gave her an empty Cheerios box to play with today. Here she is inside!
Above, The Unthanks (formerly known as "Rachel Unthank and the Winterset") perform "Monday Morning" in a pub in Sydney, Australia (2010). The Unthanks, formed by sisters Rachel and Becky Unthank, play the folk songs of northern England blended with jazz and other musical genres. Their latest album is Songs of the Shipyards.
Below, singer-songwriters Bella Hardy and Cara Luft team up to perform "Time Wanders On," recorded in Canada for the EFDSS and Folk Music Canada (2013). Hardy is a folk musician from Derbyshire, UK. Her latest album is Battleplan. Luft is a folk musician from Alberta, Canada, and a founding member of The Wailin' Jennys. Her latest album is Darlingford.
Next, the amazing Johnny Flynn performs "The Lady is Risen" in Cologne, Germany (2014). Flynn is a singer-songwriter from South Africa and Hampshire, UK, currently based in London. His latest album is Country Mile.
And last, Roddy Woomble and his band perform "Every Line Of A Long Moment" in Aberdeen, Scotland (2011). Woomble is a singer-songwriter from Ayrshire, Scotland, and the lead vocalist for the indie rock band Idewild. (The band's name comes from the quiet meeting place in Anne of Green Gables.) He has also recorded with many other folk musicians, including Kate Rusby, Karine Polwart, Kris Dever, and John McCusker. His latest solo album is Live in the Inner Hebrides.
Title: A Child's Child
Original Title: コドモのコドモ (Kodomo no Kodomo)
Author: Sasou Akira
Publisher: Action Comics
Status in Japan: 3 volumes, complete
Scanlator: Megchan's Scanlations
Scanlation Status: Ongoing
More Info: Baka Updates
Summary: In a small town in Tokyo, the PTA argues about teaching sex ed in elementary school, but what nobody knows is that eleven-year-old Haruna is already pregnant. When she decides not to tell any adults, it's up to her classmates to help her through this ordeal. (Note: This is not loli. Sex happens off-screen and the artwork is not fan-servicey.)
Chapter Summary: Haruna decides she'll tell her mom everything next Sunday, but no sooner has she made the decision than she finds out her grandpa has taken the baby. If anyone sees him with the baby, the decision about where and when to tell may be out of her hands...
Chapter 27: Haruna's Confession
Chapter 28: Daddy Hiroyuki
- Tags: Fluff, Christmas, Rimming
- Holy crap, I just wrote over 6000 words for a fanfiction.
- The first chapter starts with two of my favorite things: with porn and italics.
- Tags: Unresolved Sexual Tension, First Time
- Derek finds himself in the emergency room one day with Dr. Stilinski looking over him. After getting a good look at the doctor, Derek wanted to meet him again and again. But the only thing he knew about Dr. Stilinski was that he worked in the ER... so, what else was he suppose to do?
sterek sterek sterek sterek sterek everything is sterek nothing is real!