Glitter is a pain in real life, as anyone who's done craft projects with children will tell you. But in the hands of an artist, those sparkles will make you smile. Pakistani artist Sara Shakeel uses glitter, sequins, rhinestones, and crystals both digitally and in real life to give shine and sparkle to some surprising things. Continue reading to see more.
Redditor Massagrauq passes along this helpful recipe for your most recent whale catch. It serves a complete meal for three whole villages. Personally, I prefer my whale heavy on the curry and light on the seal.
I'm uncertain about the origin of this recipe, but I suspect that it's in the book Arctic Home Cooking: Build Strong Families = Ikayuglugich-Payaniatiksranatigun-Anayuqaagich. That's a cookbook published by a social services agency in northwestern Alaska in 1998 or 1999.
I almost titled this "Why that tune is stuck in your head." Sea shanties have become a thing on TikTok, particularly the song "Soon May the Wellerman Come." Sea shanties are fun to sing, particularly with friends- or even strangers. The video sharing platform TikTok makes it easy for people to join in and add their voice to existing videos. When singer Nathan Evans posted his performance of the Wellerman, many others were inspired to contribute their voices. And the meme took off. The song is so infectious, you can't help but sing along.
2021 is the year of the sea shanty pic.twitter.com/ohOAGvkbtC— Tim - Poster of Hugo Pics (@Beertheist) January 11, 2021
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