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'Tis the season and all that - Eldritch Lacemaking and other Randomness

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December 12th, 2010


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11:32 pm - 'Tis the season and all that
As i discovered in the supermarket today, apparently there exist such a thing as Harry Potter brand pancake mix. I am not entirely certain I want to know just what ingredients that might have in it.

Otherwise, I am trying to work out what to get for people for my Christmas shopping. Which is currently a definite work in progress, though I have a few ideas for some people. I think I might head down to the Night Market on Wednesday; it's been a while since I've been, and that tends to have some interesting stuff. Plus international food stalls, om nom nom. And sangria.

And at some point I should go see the Myer's windows for this year; so far I haven't been bothered because of the lines and all, but the theme is The Nutcracker.

Oh well.

Your linkish randomness for the day:
- That Asian animated news place explains Wikileaks and Julian Assange for the masses. I love these guys, somehow they manage to make every news story they tell into utter crack.
- And while I'm on the subject, Wookieleaks. Just what secrets was the Empire hiding...

And since it's that time of year, how to wrap a cat for Christmas.
Current Mood: amusedamused

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From:drakyndra
Date:December 14th, 2010 09:23 am (UTC)
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I couldn't decide if it was shameless marketing trash, or if it was supposed to have, you know, some special Potterness in the taste. Which is a mildly worrying thought.

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