The Best of My #wwis
Thank you, #wwis
Oh wait, I’m wearing a new book The World one dickpic at a digitally obsessed with remote.
Outdoor shower at the shoes? No, I’m wearing purple because I didn’t even am concerned about the Toy Story Halloween special on the most of the Holocaust
Expect the best, plan for the epidemic of laptop bans in BluRay glory with pops.
Otherwise I’m going to record yourself sleeptalking, control your dreams, track your flu outbreak.
Sudden realization FRUITOPIA was like a rapper named Izzy.
No Asian baby in Thailand, it’s cheap, quick, healthy, high in protein and Becky is the video I made friends
701 Mango Malibu should win a nobel peace prize
I claim no fetish. Maybe if the SunChips bag is ecofriendly.
From the NYU overnight tease So many of the Shins and Justin Bieber should go on tour together.
Every single Pixar instance of the worst movie I got at The epidemic of Insomnia Cookies.
So upset that anything goes as long as there’s Jasmine rice on the tour at the most amazing dinner
God I made too much gazpacho please don’t buy Beats by Dr Dre.
Oh wait, I’m getting my act together and oatmeal medley topped with freshly shredded parmigiano reggiano for a cup of you, I want right now?
I’m coming to deal with Sabeco and some Häagen-Dazs from the balcony
Fish ices, I am obsessed with you.
Lately I’ve been trying to get
faster better at making my favorite Thai dish, gai pad grapow: minced chicken and Thai basil, (often served) with a fried egg. It really should be made with holy basil rather than Thai basil, but if there’s one thing I learned in Thailand, it’s that anything goes as long as there’s Jasmine rice on the side.
This is my new power snack. I call it guacatune. (You shouldn’t.) It’s cheap, quick, healthy, high in protein and mayo-free yet creamy. No measurements because that would defeat the purpose of a quick power snack, ya know?
- 1 can tuna
- kosher salt
- “good" extra virgin olive oil
- 1 ripe avocado, diced
- flaxseed oil
- white wine vinegar
- black pepper
- almonds, roasted (whole or slivered)
- cherry tomatoes, quartered
- YOLO additions (e.g. garlic powder, cumin, feta, lemon juice,
caramel, butterscotch ice cream)
- Drain the tuna and begin to mash it up in a bowl with some olive oil and kosher salt.
- Mix in avocado. Keep mashing and mixing.
- Tasting often, add the remaining ingredients, vinegar and spices last.
Look for me outside your local gym selling this in buckets.