Let’s play a game called “I’m totally joking, but would do that in a heartbeat if you were into it”
Not that I care, but both of the people that I’m working with right now are vegetarians. (I’m not).
Rubeus Remus Potter. You were named after the only two people at Hogwarts who seemed to give shit about me, because come on who else would I name you after? A verbally abusive dickbag who was in love with my mum and gave me shit all my life and someone who convinced a bunch of children that they needed to be soldiers? What kind of awful aspirations would that make you end up having? Come on son I’m not an idiot…
Damn it! I just spilled freshly-made honey mustard ALL over my boots!
I just want someone to cuddle with that would be willing to watch all three extended editions of Lord of the Rings (about 11 hours & 20 minutes) with me some evening/night. And maybe even get drunk because why the fuck not.
This reblog is Note #300. Once all the Hobbit movies are out, I’d love to do it with them, too.
And then the wine was ready. From left to right, there’s red grape wine in both the Mount Gay Rum handle and the mason jar, apple wine in the middle jug (pretty strong), and then white grape wine in the Burnett’s Vanilla Vodka and Crystal Palace Gin bottles. Overall it’s over 1.25 gallons of wine made in about two weeks. It’s not super tasty, but it will surely get you drunk! I’m guessing the grape wines might be around 11-14% while the apple is at least 15%. Unfortunately we forgot to use the hydrometer in the first stage, so we won’t truly know the alcohol content of the wines, but who really cares. We’ll be getting drunk!
I hope to take this knowledge with me to college and just make a bunch of wine in my room. I can make some every weekend and keep them in a cycle. Of course there’ll be some start-up time, but for having cheap wine to get drunk off every weekend will be nice to have. If I don’t go out some weekend, it’ll probably just make the wine all the better! I might even consider trying it with different fruit juices to see what tastes best. A family friend told my dad that her grandmother used to make wine out of everything back in Ireland. The only thing she was unsuccessful in making wine out of was grass. If any of you want to try to make this stuff yourself, just look up “hobo wine” on YouTube. There are plenty of videos on it.
about halfway through the wine so far…