A devil Horse cake dripping in rum. The beast had Kraken Rum pouring from it’s nose into a font and was cut open to reveal red velvet insides. Created by Eddie & Rich at The Tattooed Bakers, taking over 200 hours to complete.
Still one of the coolest adverts for a tv series I’ve ever seen.
This is THE COOLEST ad I’ve ever seen
Ad? Ummm. Do you think a freaking fire extinguisher is an advertisement for fires?!?!? The emergency demon holy water is a serious safety precaution for serious situations and should be taken seriously.
I’m picturing Sam ramming Crowley’s head through the glass
reblog bc of the last comment
Now, you listen to me, human.
Dean: wuut dafug?!!
But seriously, folks… www.savethearctic.org
Dude I guess you’re drunk. #9gag
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Schloß Augustusburg, Brühl, Germany.
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We all know the story well; an escaped lunatic goes on a murderous rampage. There’s screams, and gore and some sort of protagonist vanquishes the evil once and for all (OR HAVE THEY? MUAHAHAHA). That’s how popular media typically portrays murder whether its a book written in the Victorian era, a slasher film or even the 6 o’clock news. The reality of homicide is a lot less theatrical than the notions that we see.
Homicide is a heavily studied subject, and we can break down the epidemiological variables into age, race, gender, method of killing, relationship between the victim and perpetrator, the perpetrator’s prior arrest record, the use of alcohol and other drugs, and circumstances surrounding the homicide. It’s easy to think that epidemiology is only useful in the context of disease and health, but we can apply those same principles to human behavior.