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Friday, July 22, 2016

WARNING--DO NOT READ THIS IF YOU ARE HUNGRY!!





Some gifs from BuzzFeed to make you drool:


1. Just look at the rise and fall of these cookies as they bake.

2. And this cake, spinning as it’s drizzled so smoothly in icing.

3. This seamless spiral of a soon-to-be giant macaroon.

4. This icing stopping at just the right moment.
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5. This piping is the thing dreams are made of.
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6. This bread is positively rising to the heavens.
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7. And this icing, swirling to the top!
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8. Just watch that satisfying slicing of cookie dough.
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9. This glaze is setting unrealistic beauty standards.
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10. As is the golden toastiness of this s’more.
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11. This spiral of icing is hypnotizing.

12. This filigree is just so mesmerizing.
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13. This cake, this cake is spinning toward smoothness.
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14. As is this one. Look at that frosting go.
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15. Behold this braided bread that looks so delicate and yet so sturdy.
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16. The glorious expansion of this dough.
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But don't overdo it:











Wouldn't it be great if pizza could make you skinny?----fishducky

 






Thursday, July 21, 2016

ANMALS THAT ARE EVEN WEIRDER THAN A FISHDUCKY




She probably shouldn't have worn this dress to the awards while it was molting:


This is a duck billed platypus.
I've always thought they were one of God's experiments gone wrong.
Their babies are not called cubs, pups or kittens; they are merely baby platypus.
The plural is not platypi or platypuses; it is platypodes.

BuzzFeed found these others for me:

This is a pangolin; not an artichoke:

A fossa; sort of a cat/bear hybrid:


Lilac-Breasted Roller, which looks like it lives in children's coloring books:


An ocean dweller, the glaucus atlanticus:


The jerboa, which looks like a gerbil on tiny stilts:


This is a dumbo octopus--I kid you not:


A goblin shark; which I think is well-named:


A hummingbird hawk-moth:


A desert rain frog.  No, it doesn't have a skin condition:
 


The mantis shrimp, or a prop from The Little Mermaid?:
 


The okapi; part deer, part zebra:


The gerenuk; a giraffalope:



The pink fairy armadillo or a press-on nail?:


 The chevrotain, who looks like he borrowed someone else's head & legs,
or else ate too much:


And finally the shoebill, or something out of a Disney film:


These dogs aren't weird; they just forgot how to sofa:














 









I’m suffering from a severe non-linear waterfowl issue; I don't have all my ducks in a row----fishducky