Hello everyone let me start off by saying my name is Kaori...(or it has been for so many years that it is practically truth.)
I'm a 5'2", 19 year old girl into anime, manga, drawing, designing, dancing, raving, cosplay and many other things.
I strive to be a Hime Lolita, sweet, and ott sweet. I'm not all that new to the Lolita community but i don't own a "proper" dress as of yet.
I like to think I'm a happy friendly person but I don't take bullying or rude behavior lightly.
I love to meet new people and am always looking for friends or conversation with people who share common interest.
dad was walking around the house in briefs and my brother said “dad I can see more of you than I want to see” to which my 54 year old mother found it necessary to respond “he’s hung like a horse” and whilst we were voicing our disgust by screaming my dad crept up behind my brother, leaned in close to his ear and whispered “neigh”
Chef Bitsoie Launches Travel and Cooking TV Show, Asks for Support
Chef Freddie Bitsoie needs your help! The Navajo chef is launching a travel, cooking and culture show called Rezervations Not Required and needs to raise $40,000 to fund its production. Bitsoie has raised $200 since December 8. The campaign runs until January 17, 2014.
I’m disappointed that this project has only raised $10 since last night. QQ capitalism
UGH yep, can we ALLPLEASE AT THE BARE MINIMUM BOOST THIS AND GET THE WORD OUT.
"Rezervations Not Required" (RNR) was created by Thom Denomme, and stars Dine’ NavajoChef Freddie Bitsoie, a Cordon Bleu trained Chef and cultural anthropologist. The show is being produced by "Waking Giants Productions", a Native American production company started by Thom and well know Native American actor, Irene Bedard. The show started as a “cooking” show and was designed to answer the question, "What is Native American cuisine?" (By the way, it’s NOT just Frybread and Indian Tacos!)
After shooting our initial “pilot” in Arizona, we realized that RNR was much more than a cooking show. Traditionally, food is more than just sustenance in Native American and Indigenous cultures; meals were not only a community event, but usually centered around ceremonies of thanks or rites of passage. Meals, ceremonies, songs and dances were all interrelated. .
This show not only answers the question "What is Native American food?”, it takes the viewer inside the culture itself for a rarely seen glimpse into what it is like to be a member of that community. Through Chef Freddie’s experience, we get to experience thousands of years of proud traditions.
This is not getting near the recognition it needs. Please help spread the word!!!