tacomao:

and here we see the Gamecube in it’s natural habitat. What a beautiful, majestic creature.
tacomao:

and here we see the Gamecube in it’s natural habitat. What a beautiful, majestic creature.
tacomao:

and here we see the Gamecube in it’s natural habitat. What a beautiful, majestic creature.

tacomao:

and here we see the Gamecube in it’s natural habitat. What a beautiful, majestic creature.

(Source: cloud-management)

yoannmichaux:

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yoannmichaux:

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yoannmichaux:

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(Source: hannahorvath)

candlejack:

It’s nice to know how at least ONE thing works in this world.

candlejack:

It’s nice to know how at least ONE thing works in this world.

A nice baking project, pinata cookies.  Here’s what turned out poorly, so you can make better choices:
Poor cookie dough recipe caused slightly floury not-too sweet cookies.  I might improve by sprinkling sugar on top.
Colors lose intensity big time in the oven, so make them intense outside of the oven.
Couldn’t find a good cookie cutter shape, so, we went with the stars.  Be more creative.
Cruddy oven causes uneven baking, a la The Sims. 
Easy to make, too.  
Form sugar cookie dough
Separate into even batches, color them (poke a hole into the dough, drop food coloring in, knead with hands)
Flatten, put into layers (as shown in photograph 2)
Cut like a loaf of bread
Bake the rectangles
When they come out, use cookie cutters ASAP
You can figure out the rest
A nice baking project, pinata cookies.  Here’s what turned out poorly, so you can make better choices:
Poor cookie dough recipe caused slightly floury not-too sweet cookies.  I might improve by sprinkling sugar on top.
Colors lose intensity big time in the oven, so make them intense outside of the oven.
Couldn’t find a good cookie cutter shape, so, we went with the stars.  Be more creative.
Cruddy oven causes uneven baking, a la The Sims. 
Easy to make, too.  
Form sugar cookie dough
Separate into even batches, color them (poke a hole into the dough, drop food coloring in, knead with hands)
Flatten, put into layers (as shown in photograph 2)
Cut like a loaf of bread
Bake the rectangles
When they come out, use cookie cutters ASAP
You can figure out the rest
A nice baking project, pinata cookies.  Here’s what turned out poorly, so you can make better choices:
Poor cookie dough recipe caused slightly floury not-too sweet cookies.  I might improve by sprinkling sugar on top.
Colors lose intensity big time in the oven, so make them intense outside of the oven.
Couldn’t find a good cookie cutter shape, so, we went with the stars.  Be more creative.
Cruddy oven causes uneven baking, a la The Sims. 
Easy to make, too.  
Form sugar cookie dough
Separate into even batches, color them (poke a hole into the dough, drop food coloring in, knead with hands)
Flatten, put into layers (as shown in photograph 2)
Cut like a loaf of bread
Bake the rectangles
When they come out, use cookie cutters ASAP
You can figure out the rest
A nice baking project, pinata cookies.  Here’s what turned out poorly, so you can make better choices:
Poor cookie dough recipe caused slightly floury not-too sweet cookies.  I might improve by sprinkling sugar on top.
Colors lose intensity big time in the oven, so make them intense outside of the oven.
Couldn’t find a good cookie cutter shape, so, we went with the stars.  Be more creative.
Cruddy oven causes uneven baking, a la The Sims. 
Easy to make, too.  
Form sugar cookie dough
Separate into even batches, color them (poke a hole into the dough, drop food coloring in, knead with hands)
Flatten, put into layers (as shown in photograph 2)
Cut like a loaf of bread
Bake the rectangles
When they come out, use cookie cutters ASAP
You can figure out the rest
A nice baking project, pinata cookies.  Here’s what turned out poorly, so you can make better choices:
Poor cookie dough recipe caused slightly floury not-too sweet cookies.  I might improve by sprinkling sugar on top.
Colors lose intensity big time in the oven, so make them intense outside of the oven.
Couldn’t find a good cookie cutter shape, so, we went with the stars.  Be more creative.
Cruddy oven causes uneven baking, a la The Sims. 
Easy to make, too.  
Form sugar cookie dough
Separate into even batches, color them (poke a hole into the dough, drop food coloring in, knead with hands)
Flatten, put into layers (as shown in photograph 2)
Cut like a loaf of bread
Bake the rectangles
When they come out, use cookie cutters ASAP
You can figure out the rest

A nice baking project, pinata cookies.  Here’s what turned out poorly, so you can make better choices:

  • Poor cookie dough recipe caused slightly floury not-too sweet cookies.  I might improve by sprinkling sugar on top.
  • Colors lose intensity big time in the oven, so make them intense outside of the oven.
  • Couldn’t find a good cookie cutter shape, so, we went with the stars.  Be more creative.
  • Cruddy oven causes uneven baking, a la The Sims. 

Easy to make, too.  

  1. Form sugar cookie dough
  2. Separate into even batches, color them (poke a hole into the dough, drop food coloring in, knead with hands)
  3. Flatten, put into layers (as shown in photograph 2)
  4. Cut like a loaf of bread
  5. Bake the rectangles
  6. When they come out, use cookie cutters ASAP
  7. You can figure out the rest