Hello everyone! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take another look at some cool mythical creatures. Now, let’s get started!
- BE QUIET! Yanari are mischievous little creatures that come from Japanese mythology. They are tiny yokai that usually appear in a house late at night. (yokai.com) Yanari live for one purpose, to make as much noise as possible! (yokai.com) This includes banging on the floor and breaking things. (yokai.com)
- Cute! Kawauso are adorable magical river otters that come from Japanese mythology. They are loved by many due to their cuteness and playfulness. (yokai.com) They often love to play pranks on humans, and are very good at shape-shifting. (yokai.com) Kawauso have a love for alcohol, and are often disguised as beggar children. (yokai.com) They use this disguise to go into town, and try to steal alcohol. (yokai.com)
Good evening, everyone! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take another look at some strange animals. I hope you guys are some ultra weird creatures. Now, let’s get started!
- Creepy! Wolftrap angler (Thaumatichtys binghami) (scientific name from The Deep book) The Wolftrap angler is one of the creepiest creatures of the deep sea. They live 2,432 meters under the sea, and are only about 9 cm in length. (The Deep) They’re quite rare, and only about 30 specimens have been captured to this day. (The Deep) They give off the disturbing appearance of a rugby player who forgot to remove his mouth guard! (The Deep)
- O_O! Giant Isopod (Bathyomous giganteus) (Scientific name from the book The Deep) The Giant Isopod is one absolutely freaky creature of the deep sea. It can grow up to 76 centimeters and weigh up to 3 pounds! (en.wikipedia.org) O_O!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Imagine a sand crab on steroids!
Hello fellow art lovers! It’s Monday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for me to share some my of my favorite artworks with you wonderful people. I hope you guys are ready for some truly interesting works. Now, grab a paintbrush, and let’s get started!
- Lust for life by Max Ernst 1936 Oil on Canvas: Wow, I love this piece so much! It’s very different from the usual abstract piece. First of all, the piece seems like something that you would see in an exotic garden. The beautiful greenery and a gorgeous sky. However, if you take a close look at the piece, you’ll see some abstract animals and strange spirits. It’s an absolutely fantastic piece that plays tricks on your eyes and is an amazing sight to behold. I highly recommend this piece to anybody that loves colorful and abstract nature paintings.
- The Harlequin carnival by Joan Miro 1924-5 Oil on Canvas: This piece is guaranteed to blow your mind! It’s very unusual, and is very colorful in nature. The painting is filled to the brim with elongated figures, strange objects, and curvy lines. The painting reminds me of what a hallucination might look like, and I love it so much! I would really love to hear what you guys think of this piece, so be sure to leave a comment in the comments section below.
War by Edwin Starr from the album “He Who Picks a Rose” 1970 (info about album date from en.wikipedia.org) Are you guys ready for one of the best anti-war songs? I sure hope so! This piece has everything; catchy vocals, a great message, awesome instruments, and high energy. It starts with the lyrics “War, what is it good for?” The song then dives into why war is useless, and why it does more harm than good. The various horns that accompany this piece are also quite a feast for the ears. I highly recommend this song to anybody that loves catchy Funk music. Tell me what you think of this pieces in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀
Hello fellow food lovers! Its Friday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take another look at a fantastic dessert. I hope you guys are hungry, because things are about to get sweet!
- Yakgwa is a very interesting dessert that comes from Korea. (en.wikipedia.org) It’s a flower shaped cookie that is said to be sweet in taste. (en.wikipedia.org) Yakgwa are made with sesame oil, honey, and wheat flower. (en.wikipedia.org) It’s then pressed into decorative molds or flattened on decorative tiles. (en.wikipedia.org) Fun fact: Yakgwa is considered to be a medical confectionary. This is due to honey being considered good for your health. This assumption was made during the Josen Dynasty of Korea. (en.wikipedia.org)
Hello fellow Mixologists! It’s Thursday, and my Brewery is open once again! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome drinks. Now, grab a shot glass, and let’s get mixing!
- SNAAAKE! Liquid Snake (Metal Gear Solid Cocktail) drink created by GamesRadar
- 2 oz Whiskey
- 1/2 oz Sweet Vermouth
- 1/2 oz Dry Vermouth
- 1 dash bitters
- 1 gummi snake
Directions: Combine all the ingredients into a glass, stir, and enjoy.
- Zerg Rush (Starcraft II shots) drink created by Scrollbar.dk
- 5 cl Fernet Blanca
- 5 cl Hot n’ Sweet
- 5 cl Bailey’s Irish Cream
- 5 dashes Tabasco Sauce
Directions: Layer each of the ingredients into six separate shot glasses, in the order given. Take down all six shots as soon as they are served.