I CAN NOT HANDLE THE CUTE.
NOPE, STILL CAN’T HANDLE IT.
These are the children of a friend of a friend’s friend, an obviously stupendous parent named Ana, who made the Korra costume. I’m not sure where she got the Momo costume, but it is equally and ridiculously fantastic. I love Halloween. Thanks Awesome Family for sharing.
meowpurrnom: Frozen Eeveelution drinks (Pokemon cocktail set)
Tumblr user meowpurrnom created and submitted these fantastic Eeveelution frozen cocktails! I hope you’ve saved up some evolutionary stones, because you’re going to want to catch ‘em all! The ingredients are listed blow, but she has detailed the approximate ingredients in this post.
Eevee: cake vodka, Kahlua, Bailey’s, chocolate eclair ice cream bar, chocolate syrup
Vaporeon: rum, Malibu, blue curacao, pineapple juice, Sprite
Jolteon: tequila, red bull, margarita mix, lemon juice, Sprite, salt on the rim
Flareon: fireball whiskey, peach schnapps, iced tea, lemonade, dash of strawberry syrup (for color)
Espeon: strawberry vodka, Hpnotiq Harmonie, Chambord, cranberry juice, Sprite
Umbreon: bourbon, coke, lemon juice, orange juice
Glaceon: rum, blue curacao, peppermint schnapps, lemonade, soda water, sugar on the rim
Leafeon: tequila, peach schnapps, lime juice, ginger ale, mint, honey and a drop of chocolate syrup for decoration
Sylveon: cake vodka, strawberry vodka, Bailey’s, strawberry shortcake ice cream bar, cream, strawberry syrup
Created and photographed by meowpurrnom.
Just going to leave this here. I’m sure I’ll use it fairly often in the near future.
Janette Sadik-Khan (b. 1960) has done for the practical advancement of urbanism what Jane Jacobs has done for the theoretical. Since her appointment as commissioner of New York City’s Department of Transportation in 2007, she has championed a number of initiatives that, beyond transforming Gotham into a more livable and sustainable metropolis, have inspired cities around the world to undertake their own projects cultivating robust urban life.
From converting car-space into people-space and seeding the city with public plazas to exponentially expanding the New York’s network of bicycle paths and championing its first public bike-share program to implementing intelligent traffic redesigns that have resulted in both more efficient traffic and dramatic drops in pedestrian deaths, Sadik-Khan has made city streets safer, more walkable, and more palpably joyful, bringing William “Holly” Whyte’s vintage urban ideals to modern life. Her Summer Streets initiative has become one of the most anticipated collective experiences of the year, and her tireless crusade for public space has helped improve happiness and improve business, protect pedestrians and protect the city, enhance sanity and enhance speed.
A master-choreographer of what she has called the “complicated ballet on the streets of New York,” Sadik-Khan is a kind of modern-day patron saint of the city — a visionary woman in a man’s administrative world, who has filled the streets with people and the urban soul with sunshine. And if the age-old stereotype of the hurried and brash New Yorker were ever to dissolve, chances are, Janette Sadik-Khan would be to blame and bless.
Looks like she needs to come to Toronto and teach our Mayor about how urban planning should be done.