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I take way too many photos on my cell. A lot of them are from messing around with the different anatomical dolls and replicas from school.

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1. This is my school flirt, the skeleton of Henry Cavill.With that jaw you could almost mistake him for Metroman!Photobucket
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2. Me and the skeleton of Henry Cavill flaunting our love.Photobucket
3. This is my secret gay lover, Mira. She’s been parked out in the school corridor over the weekend and I don’t know why.

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4. Mira’s O-face (lots of things happening off-camera in this shot).
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5. Mira’s “aaah”-face.
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6. Leaving Mira to rest behind that door in the corridor.

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7. This is my personal trainer, the skeleton André. André has similar looks to Henry Cavill but lives in a different classroom.

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8. This is the school’s whore house.
9. My adopted son, Montaug.
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No source was posted for these where I found them, so I don’t know where they’re from originally. I found them interesting though and I wanted to share, so here you go. Old black and white photos of women behind bars. If anyone knows where I can find more of these, let me know!

“Unknown woman in jail cell”


“An unidentified, young woman stands inside a jail cell in Denver, Colorado. She wears a hat with a lace veil, a wool coat and gloves.”

“An unidentified, young woman stands behind the bars of a jail cell in Denver, Colorado. She wears a wool coat with a raised collar and two rings on her hands.”

“A man guides a woman who hides her face; lockers and a shoeshine chair are to the sides.

 

Random Saturday IML

Posted: September 17, 2011 in photos
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Cellphone photos from today.

Waking up at 9:30am after a night of partying. Can’t find my glasses, stumble out to the kitchen in a blur.

2pm: Mushroom hunting in the woods with Nico. Got back around 5:30pm, saw this in the stream near our home. WTF.

Oh hell no (click here to go to the bigger version). I don’t know anything about this except rumour has it it’s in Hungary. I just know I don’t want to be there.

Last Saturday I went on a mission to buy a lot of vegetarian fake meat-products that I hadn’t tried before. I’ve written about the vegetarian salmon and shrimps before, this time I’m going to start with the cevapcici. Cevapcici is a Bosnian dish made of minced meat rolled into tiny sausages. It shouldn’t be too difficult to replicate as  a vegetarian option, since there are a several good alternatives to minced meat to use as a base.

I bought a package of read-made Cevapcici from a store called Good Store in Stockholm. The brand is, as you can see, called Viana. Sorry for the blurry photo, I had to use my cellphone’s camera.

^ and this is what they looked like once I’ve fried them. I served them with some sallad, potatoes and a tomato-chick pea sauce.

The verdict: While they looked very tasty, I found that they didn’t taste much like cevapcici at all. Quorn, tofu and soy were all listed as ingredients, which I think was too much and made the pieces to dry. The packaging said that they would be hot, but I digress. I couldn’t taste any of the spices that you normally use on cevapcici. They weren’t all bad either, because they went very well with the sauce and the consistency was nice. On the backside of the package there is some serving ideas, one of which is serving it as a cocktail dish. I would recommend against it, because they’re too dry and need sauce to be appreciated. I think the manufacturers definitely spent most of their time perfecting the looks rather than replicating the taste of the original dish, which is something I’ve felt about their other dishes as well. A lot of the fake meat-products taste the same, but look impressively similar to whatever meat they’re replicating. I will try to make my own vegetarian cevapcici to see if I can do better than them.

Coming up next is reviews of vegetarian salami and a snack sausage.

Last Saturday the annual Student Orchestra Festival paraded through Linköping. This years theme was “British/The UK”, and while I’m not sure if all the costume was strictly British, they were pretty funny to watch.

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