What have you wrought on the world?
It seems that famous Canadians are in the news every day, often for bad behaviour. Well…two famous Canadians as of late. We have the gift that keeps on giving in the form of Toronto’s “no I never used crack…ok, yeah I did but only once because I was drunk” mayor Rob Ford. That’s just the tip of the iceberg! My favourite is when he talked about how he has more than enough to eat at home (wink wink nudge nudge he ain’t talkin’ about food). Canadian politics have NEVER been this interesting.
Have you seen this trailer for “Rob Ford the Movie” using a compilation of scenes from Chris Farley’s Tommy Boy? It’s frighteningly accurate.
However, it can’t all be innocent fun ‘n games. Just look at the exploits of douchebag extraordinaire, Justin Bieber. Seriously, America, you can keep him. We don’t want him!
Pissing in buckets, dissing ex-Presidents, being carried up the Great Wall of China, meeting the Canadian Prime Minister (who I have no respect for but would still slap on a dress and maybe comb my hair) in overalls, racing around his neighbourhood endangering the lives of children and now drunk driving. Why don’t you just load a gun and start shooting randomly into the street, Biebs, if you’re that intent on killing somebody?
She’s all kinds of amazing! Why I couldn’t find GIFs of her lunging and chest thumping (two of her signature moves) is beyond me but I’ll take what I can get.
I’m only showing you the tame front views. There aren’t enough DEAR GOD WHYYYYYYYYYYYs in the world for this. My eyeballs are rolling so hard they’re gonna fly right outta my head.
We definitely need a palate cleanser.
Like these delicious soft batch cream cheese chocolate chip cookies from Averie Cooks.
I didn’t change a thing from her recipe so click HERE to view her original post.
I’ve been wanting to make this recipe for a long time since I was intrigued by the addition of the cream cheese. I used an ice cream scoop to make the cookies big ‘n thick (you just need to press each mound down a bit because the cookies don’t spread much during baking).
These cookies are fantastic. Straight out of the oven, they have wonderfully crisp edges and a super soft interior. The cookies actually get better with the passage of time. The next day, they lose the crisp edges but the inside stays soft and tender. It’s a weird word to use for a cookie but as you bite and chew, it becomes really creamy and I think the texture is owed to the cream cheese and corn starch that Averie uses.
Go forth and make these cookies! Your taste buds will be happy and they’ll help blunt the horror that is that dress.