Do you bite your tongue and cheek a lot on accident?

youcantseebutimmakingaface:

simonalkenmayer:

youcantseebutimmakingaface:

simonalkenmayer:

All the fucking time.

It’s one reason I like my veneers.

But..and this is the important part – only when trying to look human. If I don’t care about that, my muscles keep my cheeks well away. But…this exposes the teeth somewhat.

I know you said your teeth are kinda shark, kinda canine, but are they enamel and bone? Ivory? Something else?

I don’t know. I do know that they tend to flex or wander. One reason I am such good friends with Dr. Casanova.

Very, very good friends.

Have you got Invisalign? Or would your teeth just shred the plastic?

They don’t help. The teeth wander too freely.

Do you bite your tongue and cheek a lot on accident?

youcantseebutimmakingaface:

simonalkenmayer:

All the fucking time.

It’s one reason I like my veneers.

But..and this is the important part – only when trying to look human. If I don’t care about that, my muscles keep my cheeks well away. But…this exposes the teeth somewhat.

I know you said your teeth are kinda shark, kinda canine, but are they enamel and bone? Ivory? Something else?

I don’t know. I do know that they tend to flex or wander. One reason I am such good friends with Dr. Casanova.

Very, very good friends.

Hot Dark Chocolate Raspberry Cocoa, a recipe

simonalkenmayer:

Tools:

  • Three pots, two that can comfortably nest.
  • Metal whisk
  • Mesh strainer

Ingredients:

  • 5 oz heavy cream
  • 20 oz whole milk
  • ½ c chopped chocolate (for this I prefer dark or extra dark chocolate)
  • 2 lbs Raspberries
  • 4 c. Water
  • 2 c. Sugar

Instructions:

  1. In the lonely pot, place berries and water and boil for about 20 minutes, being careful not to smash or damage the berries. Skim any foam that rises…

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I should note, that because dark chocolate has a lower fat content than milk, it melts differently. If you find that your chocolate has fragmented and melted but will not incorporate, instead turning into particles, remove the tiny pot and place it over direct heat on a lower setting. Continue to whisk. The chocolate should incorporate some time near to the boiling point of the milk.

Working with milk is somewhat dangerous and stoves inconsistent in heat, so double boil it before risking.

Just a question, as I’m curious…what’s your favorite meat aside from, of course, human?

systlin:

simonalkenmayer:

Oh dear…

This brings up a highly difficult issue. I’m not really sure how to say this without disappointing anyone, but human isn’t my favorite meat. It’s delicious, but by no means the most delicious. I don’t know if I can list them in order as that changes frequently.

I adore raw fish, lamb, venison. Those are probably my favorites. Human is in that upper eschaton.

Followed by beef, pork, other hooves animals, other small mammals.

After that by poultry and reptiles.

Oh, raw fish!!! 

If we ever meet, I’ll make you sushi. I’m not half bad at it. 

Better than “If we ever meet, I’ll make you into sushi.”

English allows for that “into” to be implied, and therefore silent…

Dangerous, that.

Hot Dark Chocolate Raspberry Cocoa, a recipe

Tools:

  • Three pots, two that can comfortably nest.
  • Metal whisk
  • Mesh strainer

Ingredients:

  • 5 oz heavy cream
  • 20 oz whole milk
  • ½ c chopped chocolate (for this I prefer dark or extra dark chocolate)
  • 2 lbs Raspberries
  • 4 c. Water
  • 2 c. Sugar

Instructions:

  1. In the lonely pot, place berries and water and boil for about 20 minutes, being careful not to smash or damage the berries. Skim any foam that rises…

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Someone has died

This someone was quite old. I cannot name them because their last wish was not to be named until they were in the ground, but they are gone now.

And while they weren’t a terribly nice person, there is someone mourning. Weeping for the opportunities they had that are now gone.

He was a rocket scientist during the war. He spoke fluent Japanese at one time because he was stationed there during the reconstruction. He was married to his wife, who survived him, for 72 years. He had 13 children, 11 of whom survive him. He was a mean, controlling person. But…he was a father, and grandfather and great grandfather,

To the person who let him go, I know what you’re feeling. Go have a drink.

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