It took 10 minutes to make this massive, massive, massive cotton candy flower.... Price: 50 RMB - 8 USD Filmed in Chongqing, China.
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Why This Feminist Weed Camp Isn't Just For White Women It's a sprawling, picturesque location with palm trees overlooking Mediterranean-style buildings and a white picket-fence horse ranch. It feels as much like a feminist conference as it does a laid-back party. Sandwiched in between panels on topics like [...]
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How to make a cotton candy machine with an angle grinder, then unofficially demo it at Maker Faire Maker William Osman from Ventura, CA shows us how to make a cotton candy machine with an angle grinder, small metal container, motor, coffee filter, and other household/workshop materials. He worries about being able to bring his contraption onto the [...]
Frost flowers, frozen ponds (and fish) on a frigid Alabama morning! and they disappear quickly on the day they occur, melting like frost when the air warms or rays of sunlight fall on the delicate structures. How do they form? While the plants' stems are ruptured by the first hard freeze, the root system is still [...]
No Joke: This 2-Foot-Tall Wig's Made Out Of Cotton Candy When it comes to creating over-the-top desserts, Barton G. knows no limits. The restaurant's become famous for its "OMG, I need to Insta that now!" menu, featuring dishes like lobster 'PopTarts,' served in a retro toaster; popcorn shrimp, delivered to [...]
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Juliana Gabriel and Michael LaBelle were married Sept. The bride is the daughter of Jim and Gail Gabriel of Florence and Gina and Dave Salmon of LaPine. The couple prepped for the wedding for six months, doing lots of landscaping and flower planting. " They had a cotton-candy machine and Mason jars filled with roses. Mike built the altar himself, and Juliana painted all their decorations by hand.
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Maybe it was by force of habit, or due to mellowing with age, but I grew to like this quiet Pujo celebrations with friends. Now back in Kolkata, I find the festivities, which are stretched way beyond the traditional four days of worship, and the surging crowds, overwhelming. I love watching, and rewatching some Bengali and a few Hindi films that celebrate Durga Pujo as part of their plot. It's a wonderful way to enjoy the Pujo and partake of the festive spirit without setting foot outside the home. Here are some of my favourite films to watch during the festive days.
Why This Feminist Weed Camp Isn’t Just For White Women | Fast CompanyadvertisementadvertisementBy Rina Raphael10 minute Read“The belly dancing class will start on the great lawn in five minutes,” announces a soothing female voice over the public address system. After a pause, she adds, “I love you.”advertisementTen minutes later, I see a dozen or so women slowly make their way to lawn, stopping every few feet to readjust their floral head crowns or puff on a joint. Among them: a pair of...
It's the time of the year when the skies are flecked with cotton candy clouds, the fragrance of shiuli flowers hangs heavy in the air, and the familiar beats of the dhak announce Durga's arrival into our homes and hearts. It's also the time to dress up in new clothes and go pandal-hopping till the wee hours of the morning. When I moved to the United States, almost 15 years ago, Durga Pujo was a huge culture shock. We celebrated the goddess quietly, in a sanitised manner, careful not to...
COTTON CANDY MAN Arnold Castro weaves his magic to make cotton candies of different animal shapes that he sells for P5 to P10 in neighborhoods in Makati and Sta. Ana, Manila. KIMBERLY DELA CRUZThis guy has put a new spin on cotton candy.Arnold Castro, who didn’t get the chance to enjoy the sweet confection as a child, now spends his days spinning sugar into the melt-in-the-mouth cotton candy—and from the simple formless delight to animal art.But before he hit the sweet spot, Castro, who grew...
With the passage of legal recreational marijuana use in California, the full marijuanization of each aspect of our lives and culture walks further down the aisle each day. Couples who are engaged in regular, daily tokes and smoke-outs now have their own boutique strain of weed-friendly wedding planners and bridal industry vendors, many of whom rolled up to the Westfield San Francisco Centre on Sunday for an I-swear-to-god-I’m-not-making-this-up event called the Cannabis Wedding Expo. More...