TARGET THE ANIMAL IN YOU
If you eat like an animal at dinner then you need to target the animal in you. Digestion aid pills may help you with the animal you ate but for the animal in your brain you need to have learned the table manners early in your childhood. It is too late but at least you can read something about etiquettes.
SHAME ON YOU NESTLé!
For me Nestlé is a good old brand from childhood, I just love the bird nest logo, the accent aigu above e and the red color. With adulthood refined tastes you should quit buying Nestlé products but after trying the new packaging of Chokella and loving it I decided to give them another chance. Normally Nestlé does not go for biscuits, cookies, fingers covered with chocolate, this time they did and the result is EPIC FAIL. They even didn’t bother to put their own brand on the biscuits, they are still branded as “Balaban”. Wtf is this? A third-class biscuit brand which they serve with catering tea in Hidayet Turizm buses? Shame on you Nestlé, lost your chance.
LOVELY FRUIT JUICE PACKAGINGS
LE PAIN QUOTIDIEN
Today we had lunch at Le Pain as we do almost once in every week. And as usual it was full of desperate housewives. Not very noisy tough. The café was cramped, the service was faulty, the sandwich was sloppy but god help me ces speads, je les aime beaucoup! They can be bought at any Le Pain café. Personally I prefer brunettes.
- Reblogged from mnrls
Bertrand loves Chocolat
Especially when it is dark and when there is a touch of sea salt or some baobab fruit in it.
Chocolate by Marry & Matt. Turning the most normal thing (chocolate) into an unexpected form (pie chart), life looks more fun all of a sudden.
- Reblogged from designerslunchclub
Vintage Food Packaging
Photographer James Kendall has taken pictures of the dusty tins and packets he found in his wife’s grandmother’s cupboard. The contents may have lost their flavour, but the packaging is a nostalgic treat.