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    sonadowxmigueltulio:

The story of the old couple in ”Titanic”:They were the owners of Macy’s. Their names are Isidor and Ida Straus and their story is quite touching. Raised in the south during the Civil War, Isidor would go on to New York where he would jointly found a store that sold crockery and glassware with his brother. 
After becoming extremely wealthy, Isidor married Rosalie Ida Blun, and by all accounts the two were inseparable. When apart they would write letters every single day and tried to always stay in each other’s company. The Straus’ boarded the Titanic on their return trip from Germany to the United States when, on April 14, 1912, the ship struck an iceberg. 
The couple made it to a lifeboat, but Ida refused to board proclaiming, “I will not be separated from my husband. As we have lived, so will we die, together.” When an officer offered for Isidor to join his wife he refused, instead giving his spot to his wife’s maid. 
The couple then proceeded to the back of the panicking crowd and were last seen sitting together in chairs on the deck of ship, calmly holding hands until a massive wave washed them into the sea. Today a memorial for Ida and Isidor can be seen on the main floor of Macy’s Department Store in Manhattan. 
source: http://www.omg-facts.com/lists/18/6-Things-You-Never-Knew-About-the-Titanic/5?fromN

    sonadowxmigueltulio:

    The story of the old couple in ”Titanic”:

    They were the owners of Macy’s. Their names are Isidor and Ida Straus and their story is quite touching. Raised in the south during the Civil War, Isidor would go on to New York where he would jointly found a store that sold crockery and glassware with his brother. 

    After becoming extremely wealthy, Isidor married Rosalie Ida Blun, and by all accounts the two were inseparable. When apart they would write letters every single day and tried to always stay in each other’s company. The Straus’ boarded the Titanic on their return trip from Germany to the United States when, on April 14, 1912, the ship struck an iceberg. 

    The couple made it to a lifeboat, but Ida refused to board proclaiming, “I will not be separated from my husband. As we have lived, so will we die, together.” When an officer offered for Isidor to join his wife he refused, instead giving his spot to his wife’s maid. 

    The couple then proceeded to the back of the panicking crowd and were last seen sitting together in chairs on the deck of ship, calmly holding hands until a massive wave washed them into the sea. Today a memorial for Ida and Isidor can be seen on the main floor of Macy’s Department Store in Manhattan. 

    — 3 weeks ago with 41 notes
    #Titanic  #couple  #macy's 
    Loving the design on this dress.

    Loving the design on this dress.

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    — 3 weeks ago with 7 notes
    #perfectdress 
    prettyworld:

That is a perfect spot.

The perfect get away.

    prettyworld:

    That is a perfect spot.

    The perfect get away.

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    — 3 weeks ago with 1610 notes
    Too cheer me up, he got me these

    Too cheer me up, he got me these

    — 2 months ago

    theongreyjoy:

    "you’ll show a pregnant woman get stabbed in the baby, but you won’t show one innocent little hard dick"

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    — 8 months ago with 2638 notes
    #lmao!  #true that  #game of thrones 
    He’s coming to LA in 2 weeks and I wont get to see him cause I have school that day.

    He’s coming to LA in 2 weeks and I wont get to see him cause I have school that day.

    (via )

    — 8 months ago with 9 notes
    #stupid school  #heartbreaking  #why?!  #cgvj?!@^&(%^&%$!!!!!!! 
    I absolutely love this man. Cant get enough of him. Cant believe he’s 6”1.

    I absolutely love this man. Cant get enough of him. Cant believe he’s 6”1.

    (Source: onlyyouexo)

    — 8 months ago with 21 notes
    #so good looking!  #sexy  #out of the world  #out of the planet 

    lleveret:

    The Silence of Dogs in Cars, Martin Usborne.

    I was once left in a car at a young age. I don’t know when or where or for how long, possibly at the age of four, perhaps outside a supermarket, probably for fifteen minutes only. The details don’t matter. The point is that I wondered if anyone would come back. The fear I felt was strong: in a child’s mind it is possible to be alone forever.

    Around the same age I began to feel a deep affinity with animals – in particular their plight at the hands of humans. I saw a TV documentary that included footage of a dog being put in a plastic bag and being kicked. What appalled me most was that the dog could not speak back.

    I should say that I was a well-loved child and never abandoned and yet it is clear that both these experiences arose from the same place deep inside me: a fear of being alone and unheard.

    When I started this project I knew the photos would be dark. In a sense, I was attempting to go back inside my car, to re-experience what I couldn’t bear as a child. What I didn’t expect was to see so many subtle reactions by the dogs: some sad, some expectant, some angry, some dejected. It was as if upon opening up a box of grey-coloured pencils I was surprised to see so many shades inside.

    There is life in the darkest places inside us.

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    — 8 months ago with 10237 notes
    foodopia:

strawberries and cream dessert cups: recipe here

    foodopia:

    strawberries and cream dessert cups: recipe here

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    — 8 months ago with 682 notes
    #yum  #recipe  #strawberries 
    stayhungrystayhungrystayhungry:

Thai Peanut Butter Cups
Makes 36 cups
1 cup coconut milk
1/4 cup sugar
2 stalks lemon grass, cut into 2-inch segments and bruised with the back of a knife
4 large coins galangal, bruised with the back of a knife
3-5 Thai chilis
2 teaspoons lime zest, grated
1 cup peanut butter
1 tablespoon lime juice
2 pounds bittersweet chocolate
36 small candy cups (paper/metal)
36 small strips of candied ginger (optional)
2 tablespoons roasted peanuts (optional)
1. In a small sauce pan, bring the coconut milk to a boil then reduce to a simmer. Add the sugar and stir until dissolved. Add the lemon grass, galangal, chilis and lime zest. Muddle the spices with the back of a spoon. Continue to simmer very low for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and strain out the solids. 2. In a mixing bowl, combine peanut butter, coconut milk and lime juice. Mix thoroughly and spoon into a piping bag. Place the bag in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes or until it solidifies slightly. 
3. Meanwhile, chop the chocolate into chunks. You may temper the chocolate for a nice, finished look. For directions on how to do that, see David Liebowitz’s website. You may also simply melt the chocolate by placing it in a large bowl and microwaving it for 30 seconds at a time. Stir well between each round in the microwave. 
4. Once the chocolate is ready, prepare your chocolate cups. Keep all the cups in a stack, but loosen the top one. With a pastry brush (silicone works great), coat the inside of the cup with melted chocolate. Set aside and continue doing the same with all of the cups. Whatever chocolate is leftover, set aside and you can re-temper (or just remelt) for the topping later. 
5.Once the chocolate in the cups has hardened, take your peanut butter mixture and pipe it into the cups, leaving about ¼ inch at the top. Remelt or re-temper the chocolate and either put it in another piping bag or leave it in the bowl. Top the candy cups by piping the chocolate in a spiral from the outside in. Or you can simply spoon the chocolate from the bowl and gently spread it over the tops of the cups. 
6. You may optionally top each cup with a roasted peanut and a sliver of candied ginger. Drop them on the top while the chocolate on top is still melted so that they’ll stick. 

These peanut cups are considerably creamier than the store-bought kind so it’s best to eat them in a single bite. They’ll keep for a couple days in a cool, dark place (they’ll last a bit longer in the fridge).Source: vrunka

    stayhungrystayhungrystayhungry:

    Thai Peanut Butter Cups

    Makes 36 cups

    • 1 cup coconut milk
    • 1/4 cup sugar
    • 2 stalks lemon grass, cut into 2-inch segments and bruised with the back of a knife
    • 4 large coins galangal, bruised with the back of a knife
    • 3-5 Thai chilis
    • 2 teaspoons lime zest, grated
    • 1 cup peanut butter
    • 1 tablespoon lime juice
    • 2 pounds bittersweet chocolate
    • 36 small candy cups (paper/metal)
    • 36 small strips of candied ginger (optional)
    • 2 tablespoons roasted peanuts (optional)

    1. In a small sauce pan, bring the coconut milk to a boil then reduce to a simmer. Add the sugar and stir until dissolved. Add the lemon grass, galangal, chilis and lime zest. Muddle the spices with the back of a spoon. Continue to simmer very low for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and strain out the solids. 

    2. In a mixing bowl, combine peanut butter, coconut milk and lime juice. Mix thoroughly and spoon into a piping bag. Place the bag in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes or until it solidifies slightly. 

    3. Meanwhile, chop the chocolate into chunks. You may temper the chocolate for a nice, finished look. For directions on how to do that, see David Liebowitz’s website. You may also simply melt the chocolate by placing it in a large bowl and microwaving it for 30 seconds at a time. Stir well between each round in the microwave. 

    4. Once the chocolate is ready, prepare your chocolate cups. Keep all the cups in a stack, but loosen the top one. With a pastry brush (silicone works great), coat the inside of the cup with melted chocolate. Set aside and continue doing the same with all of the cups. Whatever chocolate is leftover, set aside and you can re-temper (or just remelt) for the topping later. 

    5.Once the chocolate in the cups has hardened, take your peanut butter mixture and pipe it into the cups, leaving about ¼ inch at the top. Remelt or re-temper the chocolate and either put it in another piping bag or leave it in the bowl. Top the candy cups by piping the chocolate in a spiral from the outside in. Or you can simply spoon the chocolate from the bowl and gently spread it over the tops of the cups. 

    6. You may optionally top each cup with a roasted peanut and a sliver of candied ginger. Drop them on the top while the chocolate on top is still melted so that they’ll stick. 

    These peanut cups are considerably creamier than the store-bought kind so it’s best to eat them in a single bite. They’ll keep for a couple days in a cool, dark place (they’ll last a bit longer in the fridge).

    Source: vrunka

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    — 8 months ago with 3 notes
    #Thailand  #coconut  #chocolate  #peanut butter