Category Archives: illustrations (in style of a 3yr old)

That thing is supposed to be an iPhone (hey, I tried)

Lorde’s number one hit Royals was super catchy (if you’ve never heard it before, you’ve probably been living in a cave for the past year or so, YOU CAN’T ESCAPE IT), but the danger of being just a one hit wonder is always lurking in the corner for these kind of artists. Not for Lorde though, oooooh noooo, she’s too cool to be a one hit wonder. I don’t know if her other songs are as catchy enough like Royals for them to become such a big hit, but I do recommend you get a good listen to her album “Pure Heroine”. Great to listen to while you’re studying or even when you’re prepping to go out dancing. Speaking of: she really can’t dance. We both can’t dance! Which is an awesome thing to have in common. I think.

Here is one of her songs: Team.

If you want to hear the whole album, here is a link to the one that’s up on youtube.

Happy sunday everybody xx

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Probably the reason for my future inability of wearing clothing that doesn’t resemble anything worn by an elephant (if elephants ever wore clothing)

As you could have guessed by reading the title, I eat these delicious pancakes way too often. The pancakes make not only for a delicious breakfast, but also for a great lunch and dinner. That’s probably one of the main reasons why these are so dangerous! The recipe I use is adapted by one of the recipes from Jamie Oliver, one of my favorite chefs (I’m sorry Jamie, but Nigella stole my heart when she started posting her daily meals on facebook) and if you follow it to the letter, nothing can go wrong. My favorite toppings are strawberries with clotted cream & sugar, yum!

An extra sidenote: don’t use butter to prevent the pancakes from sticking to your fryingpan if you want the “real american pancake look”. You’ll see what I’m talking about when you try it out ;)

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