marvelcastsource:

Can you re-enact your reaction to hearing you had been cast on a marvel movie?

of all the Chris’s he is my favorite Chris

disneyinspirations:

theladyelsa:

and god said, “let chris pine be a prince”

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mpmoralesno:

OUAT Season 4 

Kristoff and Elsa Promo Photos.

So is there anyone out there who IS happy with this? Because I am. So very much, I don’t even care about the hair anymore, Scott’s a cutie and I’ll love the shit out of him as kristoff. Fuck everything. He’s not THAT skinny, he’s handsome and he’s got the height so that’s good enough for me.

(Source: tvline.com)

feistypaants:

bri-ecrit:

mpmoralesno:

OUAT Season 4 

Kristoff and Elsa Promo Photos.

Okay, he actually looks a LOT better here. Like… A LOT.

Skinny, still not a fan of the hair, but better (nice hat, DORK).

Poor Sven looks so little, but that’s just because WDAS made him like twice as big as an actual reindeer. XD

And yaaaaaay Ice Bros, Kristoff is nervous as hell around his soon-to-be sister-in-law and Elsa’s like “it’s cool, bro, I ship you guys way hard and you’re so much better than the other one, real talk”.

I am once more excite.

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Yknow what, fuck it. I love him. So much. I have so many feelings right now I don’t know what to do

(Source: tvline.com)

Anonymous whispered: I meant that it's fromage Québec, not from Canada.

Well sorry to break it to ya, bud, but uh… Quebec IS in Canada, whether they like it to be or not.

Anonymous whispered: Poutine is not canadian.

welcometoyielding:

frozenmusings:

Poutine (/pˈtn/French: [putin]Quebec French:[put͡sɪn] ( )) is a commonCanadian dish, originating in Quebec, made with french fries, topped with a light brown gravy-like sauce and cheese curds.[1] This fast food dish can now be found across Canada, and is also found in some places in the northern United States and even the United Kingdom, where it is sometimes required to be described due to its exotic nature.[2][3] It is sold in small “greasy spoon" type diners (commonly known as cantines or casse-croûtes in Quebec) and pubs, as well as by roadside fry wagons (commonly known as cabanes à patates, literally “potato shacks”). and hockey arenas.[4] National and international chains like New York Fries,[5] McDonald’s,[6] A&W,[7] KFC,[8] Burger King,[9] and Harvey’s[10] also sell mass-market poutine in Canada (although not always country-wide[11]).

As a Canadian, I will confirm we WILL fight over the origin of poutine.

To the fucking death

Anonymous whispered: Poutine is not canadian.

Poutine (/pˈtn/French: [putin]Quebec French:[put͡sɪn] ( )) is a commonCanadian dish, originating in Quebec, made with french fries, topped with a light brown gravy-like sauce and cheese curds.[1] This fast food dish can now be found across Canada, and is also found in some places in the northern United States and even the United Kingdom, where it is sometimes required to be described due to its exotic nature.[2][3] It is sold in small “greasy spoon" type diners (commonly known as cantines or casse-croûtes in Quebec) and pubs, as well as by roadside fry wagons (commonly known as cabanes à patates, literally “potato shacks”). and hockey arenas.[4] National and international chains like New York Fries,[5] McDonald’s,[6] A&W,[7] KFC,[8] Burger King,[9] and Harvey’s[10] also sell mass-market poutine in Canada (although not always country-wide[11]).

tagged: #naruto

I tried drawing Naruto for like the first time in  year……… I… I can’t draw him anymore like, I lost it… ;-; gotta learn all over again.. fuck… going to bed. I’ll try again tomorrow. XD

Curds??? :(

They’re like little cheese nuggets… we eat these things like chips here, the whole damn bag. XD They have a very slightly salty taste which makes the kind of addictive.
But it’s also primarily used in poutine. We melt it on everything. Especially st-albert’s cheese, that shit is to die for.

Anonymous whispered: Americana here. Whats poutine? And I think my homeland and I'm thinking of defecting to yours.

Hello neighbour! Poutine is a wonderful little platter of french fries, topped with delicious cheese curds and covered in gravy!
You can find it here at most restaurants, chip wagons, ooooor make it at home.



It probably doesn’t look all that appealing at first, but trust me, it’s delicious.
And once you’ve tried classic poutine, you can try other mixes like with added bacon, sausage, corn, shove it all in a bun….




And of course, once you’ve tried those you can move onto beaver tails!! :D