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I heard on the grapevine that there is a YouTube channel dedicated to the best Vines on Vine. It’s true and they are real good, the best in fact. I’ve added some of my favourite below but head to YouTube for more. It’s updated daily!
Do you like spring onions so much that you would like your legs to look like them? These spring or, green onion (I personally think they look like leeks) tights were made by some Japanese cosplay kids and sold at an event. The tights are named Negi-tai, which in Japanese is short for “green onion tights.” I would like to see what they come up with next. I think I would like to wear some corn on the cob leggings or a pomegranate skirt.
Right, lets get you ready for Friday. Put on some large white socks, take off your pants and turn these *songs up. *soz about the adverts on youTube
My housemate bought some polenta and I was like ‘what the hell is that.’ I then bought some myself and realised that this maize based ‘thing’ (I don’t know how else to describe it) is pretty good. You can get a big chunk of it for around 80p at Asda and you can use it for at least four meals, depending how hungry you are. It can be grilled, fried, oven cooked, boiled, whatever you like. It makes a good potato substitute and is healthier than chips or potato waffles. You can even use it for a dessert! I teamed grilled polenta with a heart shaped feta, tomato and spinach tart, cause I’m cute.
It’s the website I check everyday. I find it ridiculously hilarious, but most don’t agree. They just aren’t as sophisticated as me I suppose. Ruined Childhood is a simple tumblr site that highlights weird shit and makes fun of cartoons, tv shows, films, games and other stuff. Go see, I’m sure you’ll laugh and get taken back to the good old days.
If you like chilli then put 25th May down in your diary. Fiesta Del Fuego is coming to Manchester and it looks like a day not to be missed. Brought to you by the guys that have the Kahlua Coffe House, Fiesta Del Fuego is a celebration of the chilli pepper and will see Manchesters very first chilli smack down.
The event is free and there will be lots to do, including the chance to smash a huge piñata on stage. For £10 you can try all 6 chilli entrants that will be in the competition along with a free cocktail.
Event organiser Ben Holden says, “This is the first time a proper cookoff style event has been brought to Manchester. The Chilli Smackdown isn’t about who can make the hottest chilli con carne, it’s about who can pack in the most flavour, and for those who like it hot, there’s plenty to make you sweat too!”
Fiesta Del Fuego starts at high noon on Saturday 25th May on High Street, NQ. Tickets are limited and available through the website now.