raviesbar:

oh cass

raviesbar:

oh cass

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nhaneh:

croissant-au-chocolat:

nhaneh:

Yeah, it’s basically rotten fish? Just preserved in such a way that it somehow avoids causing food poisoning despite being, well, basically rotten? It’s fair to note that the preservation does not stop the smell.

I have no idea how how anyone got the crazy idea that this would somehow be a good thing to eat, but apparently some of my fellow Swedes consider this a traditional gourmet. Personally I’d rather call it a traditional gouurhrrbrlrrhgllrrrrr

aaaaah yeah no, thanks XD How rotten fish is a traditional gourmet is fascinating though, for all the wrong reasons.
We all have our brand of icky food though. There’s a Portuguese dish called Arroz de Cabidela (Cabidela Rice) made with meat (poultry), rice and it’s cooked in the animal’s blood. You can’t really tell it’s cooked with blood because it looks brown and it’s not like it tastes like blood but thinking about it is disgusting anyway. Lots of people can’t eat it after knowing it’s cooked with blood. Blergh.

That’s actually quite interesting. And yeah, we have our share if blood-based or blood-cooked dishes as well, though I’m not sure how common a reaction disgust is towards them. Used to be more of those dishes too, but not so much now with old traditions dying out and all that.

Plus there are a lot of foods that can start sounding really troubling if you look over all the things they contain, heh!

Yeah, I bet! Arroz de Cabidela is pretty traditional here too.
And yes, so true! Even the simplest things really. And food that is more plastic than real food…oh well. Still, blood…no thanks XD

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nhaneh:

croissant-au-chocolat:

nhaneh:

Well if anyone ever offers you to try a thing called "Surströmming"… take my advice and politely decline. If that fails, violently decline!

also ‘pet hates’ sounds like a really interesting concept that amuses me and seems very true at the same time

(gotta love idiomatic expressions!)

ahaha that’s a thing with fish, right? I don’t really like fish so I’m safe! Thanks for the warning though xD

Yeah, it’s basically rotten fish? Just preserved in such a way that it somehow avoids causing food poisoning despite being, well, basically rotten? It’s fair to note that the preservation does not stop the smell.

I have no idea how how anyone got the crazy idea that this would somehow be a good thing to eat, but apparently some of my fellow Swedes consider this a traditional gourmet. Personally I’d rather call it a traditional gouurhrrbrlrrhgllrrrrr

aaaaah yeah no, thanks XD How rotten fish is a traditional gourmet is fascinating though, for all the wrong reasons.
We all have our brand of icky food though. There’s a Portuguese dish called Arroz de Cabidela (Cabidela Rice) made with meat (poultry), rice and it’s cooked in the animal’s blood. You can’t really tell it’s cooked with blood because it looks brown and it’s not like it tastes like blood but thinking about it is disgusting anyway. Lots of people can’t eat it after knowing it’s cooked with blood. Blergh.

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elfslavewatdo:

"Knight’s Sword"
[Artist: Aberiu]

elfslavewatdo:

"Knight’s Sword"

[Artist: Aberiu]

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nhaneh:

croissant-au-chocolat:

nhaneh:

croissant-au-chocolat:

nhaneh:

You’re pretty damn tall to me, although to be fair, not much is needed to be taller than me XD Yeah,that’s normal,stereotypes, funny as they are, aren’t accurate. They have a little bit of truth in them but that’s about it. People come in all forms!

This is true - and if nothing else I can pull a very stereotypical Swenglish accent if I have to (though I do prefer not, to be perfectly honest!). And yes, stereotypes can be very amusing - I know another Portuguese that I occasionally bait and taunt relentlessly by implying that Spain and Portugal are totally the same thing ;D

Of course turnabout is only fair, so he occasionally does the same thing towards me with Sweden and Denmark!

ahahah that’s very mean! But yeah, it’s totally true that it never fails to annoy! XD Neighbouring countries somehow have a tendency to not get along very well. I find it hilarious to be honest, especially because usually it’s just proof of how similar those countries are, whether we like to admit it or not - which nobody will EVER admit, of course XD

A lot of them are kind of things that just happens through outside perspectives, too! I mean nations close to each other, languages sound very similar to outsiders, lots of cross-cultural heritage… it’s hard not to! Of course, at least with Scandinavia a lot of the cross-border animosity is just for fun, really - I mean I don’t really have any issues with Danes or Denmark buuut they did rule our nation some five hundred years ago so RAWRGH DANES >;O xD

Also red pölse is completely and utterly inedible I don’t even understand how it is a thing

It’s like there’s this thing where we have these short tales about the sheer stupidity of Norwegians. And… Norwegians have basically the very same tales about the sheer stupidity of us Swedes. And one of the main supplier of these stories to us Swedes is a Norwegian oil company. So yeah

Ahahah XD exactly! It’s glorious stuff really. We’re all still huffy (huffy is such an awesome word) about things that happened centuries ago XD
That reminds me of how Brazilians think Portuguese people are all dumb, they have anecdotes about us and everything.

I didn’t know that red pölse thing but it’s…uh…really red XD
I ate a Finnish candy once and it was super dark and tasted super weird. I think I’m going to start being very suspicious about food from “up there” XD

Well if anyone ever offers you to try a thing called "Surströmming"… take my advice and politely decline. If that fails, violently decline!

also ‘pet hates’ sounds like a really interesting concept that amuses me and seems very true at the same time

(gotta love idiomatic expressions!)

ahaha that’s a thing with fish, right? I don’t really like fish so I’m safe! Thanks for the warning though xD

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nhaneh:

croissant-au-chocolat:

nhaneh:

You’re pretty damn tall to me, although to be fair, not much is needed to be taller than me XD Yeah,that’s normal,stereotypes, funny as they are, aren’t accurate. They have a little bit of truth in them but that’s about it. People come in all forms!

This is true - and if nothing else I can pull a very stereotypical Swenglish accent if I have to (though I do prefer not, to be perfectly honest!). And yes, stereotypes can be very amusing - I know another Portuguese that I occasionally bait and taunt relentlessly by implying that Spain and Portugal are totally the same thing ;D

Of course turnabout is only fair, so he occasionally does the same thing towards me with Sweden and Denmark!

ahahah that’s very mean! But yeah, it’s totally true that it never fails to annoy! XD Neighbouring countries somehow have a tendency to not get along very well. I find it hilarious to be honest, especially because usually it’s just proof of how similar those countries are, whether we like to admit it or not - which nobody will EVER admit, of course XD

A lot of them are kind of things that just happens through outside perspectives, too! I mean nations close to each other, languages sound very similar to outsiders, lots of cross-cultural heritage… it’s hard not to! Of course, at least with Scandinavia a lot of the cross-border animosity is just for fun, really - I mean I don’t really have any issues with Danes or Denmark buuut they did rule our nation some five hundred years ago so RAWRGH DANES >;O xD

Also red pölse is completely and utterly inedible I don’t even understand how it is a thing

It’s like there’s this thing where we have these short tales about the sheer stupidity of Norwegians. And… Norwegians have basically the very same tales about the sheer stupidity of us Swedes. And one of the main supplier of these stories to us Swedes is a Norwegian oil company. So yeah

Ahahah XD exactly! It’s glorious stuff really. We’re all still huffy (huffy is such an awesome word) about things that happened centuries ago XD
That reminds me of how Brazilians think Portuguese people are all dumb, they have anecdotes about us and everything.

I didn’t know that red pölse thing but it’s…uh…really red XD
I ate a Finnish candy once and it was super dark and tasted super weird. I think I’m going to start being very suspicious about food from “up there” XD

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eleonorpiteira:

Sketchdump of studies. Most of these were drawn as preparation for an illustration. The bottom ones were because ninjas.

eleonorpiteira:

Sketchdump of studies. Most of these were drawn as preparation for an illustration. The bottom ones were because ninjas.

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nhaneh:

You’re pretty damn tall to me, although to be fair, not much is needed to be taller than me XD Yeah,that’s normal,stereotypes, funny as they are, aren’t accurate. They have a little bit of truth in them but that’s about it. People come in all forms!

This is true - and if nothing else I can pull a very stereotypical Swenglish accent if I have to (though I do prefer not, to be perfectly honest!). And yes, stereotypes can be very amusing - I know another Portuguese that I occasionally bait and taunt relentlessly by implying that Spain and Portugal are totally the same thing ;D

Of course turnabout is only fair, so he occasionally does the same thing towards me with Sweden and Denmark!

ahahah that’s very mean! But yeah, it’s totally true that it never fails to annoy! XD Neighbouring countries somehow have a tendency to not get along very well. I find it hilarious to be honest, especially because usually it’s just proof of how similar those countries are, whether we like to admit it or not - which nobody will EVER admit, of course XD

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harteus:

super quick nose painting tutorial + a million examples, because i can’t get enough of these darn noses. i wanna stroke them forever.

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Name: Eleonor
Nickname: Eli (read as Ellie)
Birthday: 02/08
Gender: Female
Sexuality: Heterosexual
Height: super Short (muahaha)
Time Zone: GMT
What time and date is it there: 2:30, 31/08/2014
Average hours of sleep I get each night: About 8, maybe.
The last thing I Googled was: A lyric by a Portuguese band called Azeitonas.
My most used phrase(s): ”Ide passear” (basically it’s a Portuguese version of “take a walk”); “Jesus Cristo Superstar” (“Jesus Christ Superstar” - don’t ask); according to my mom I say “Basicamente” (“basically”) a lot too. Oh, and “man”.
First word that comes to mind: NON
What I last said to a family member: "Até Logo" ("See you later")
One place that makes me happy & why: Any place that has super tall mountains will make me happy. Probably because I was born on a place surrounded by mountains. I just like mountains!
How many blankets I sleep under: Right now - not many. It’s Summer!
Favorite beverage(s): Cold Water, Coca-Cola, Chocolate Milk.
The last movie I watched in the cinema: Guardians of the Galaxy <3
Three things I can’t live without: (besides the obvious family, friends, etc) Books, Sketchbook (and pencils..) and Music.
Something I plan on learning: French (I know a bit but I want to speak fluently) and drawing hands!
A piece of advice for all my followers: Be more tolerant! Have more patience, be kind.
You all have to listen to this song: ”In the Hall of the Mountain King" Edvard Grieg. Most people know it, it’s still freaking glorious.
My blog(s): This one, eleonorpiteira (for my art) and black-silver-and-rock-n-roll (for fashion).

I tag: serpentsshipmate

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tutmart:

Once again: Because I can.

tutmart:

Once again: Because I can.

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Dragon Age Keep Reveal (x)

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