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hakimworks:

Waiting for iftar in Beijing, China.


and im here waiting for mine, in a tiny red dot

hakimworks:

Waiting for iftar in Beijing, China.

and im here waiting for mine, in a tiny red dot

muslimsaroundtheworld:

A relief camp in Kot Mithan, Pakistan. After the flooding…I love their huge smiles :)

muslimsaroundtheworld:

A relief camp in Kot Mithan, Pakistan. After the flooding…I love their huge smiles :)


therealbbyron:

A Palestinian boy in Gaza City plays with fireworks to celebrate the beginning of Ramadan [Ali Ali/EPA] 

therealbbyron:

A Palestinian boy in Gaza City plays with fireworks to celebrate the beginning of Ramadan [Ali Ali/EPA] 

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love sees no boundaries

love sees no boundaries

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blake lively is gorgeous

blake lively is gorgeous

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Broken hearted people always do stupid things.
— Hello Stranger (2010, Thailand)
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fattiesdelight:

Rolo Vodka
Ingredients: 
2 Packets of Rolo’s (about 100g of chocolate)
150ml of vodka
Method:
Grab a sealable bottle (you can use your vodka bottle if it only has about 150ml left – I used a Grolsch Beer Bottle)
Chop the Rolo’s in half so that they fit through the bottle opening
Add the vodka to the bottle (If you are using a separate one)
Boil some water, and add to a pot/bowl/jug big enough to fit the bottle you are using to make the vodka in.
Place the bottle in the boiled water, and give it a shake every now and again to mix the chocolate into the vodka.
Serve in shooter glasses, once the chocolate has completely melted into the vodka.

fattiesdelight:

Rolo Vodka

Ingredients: 

2 Packets of Rolo’s (about 100g of chocolate)

150ml of vodka

Method:

  1. Grab a sealable bottle (you can use your vodka bottle if it only has about 150ml left – I used a Grolsch Beer Bottle)
  2. Chop the Rolo’s in half so that they fit through the bottle opening
  3. Add the vodka to the bottle (If you are using a separate one)
  4. Boil some water, and add to a pot/bowl/jug big enough to fit the bottle you are using to make the vodka in.
  5. Place the bottle in the boiled water, and give it a shake every now and again to mix the chocolate into the vodka.
  6. Serve in shooter glasses, once the chocolate has completely melted into the vodka.
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