So creepy writing…
So there’s this really creepy writing on the inside of my cupboard. This cupboard is built into the wall and so the writing could be as old as the house. It is really fancy writing and as far as I can read it says ‘a young man about twenty nine years of age… Complexion yellow and black hands… Oil and Wellington boots that lace up behind’ but because it is written in pencil the rest is sort of illegible. What wierds me out is the fact that it is really fancy writing and the twenty nine is written in lettering rather than numbers. The houses in our area were originally made for miners to live in and they would of housed a lot at a time which may explain the coat hooks in the cupboard. I assume that the writing was by male hand as it gives off that sort of vibe and it sounds as if the writing is about a miner although not written by a miner because of the level of education it seems to have. The person that lived in the house before me has no recollection of writing it but also has no recollection of the writing being there, and the person who lived here before them has since died but I believe that the writing dates further back. Upon closer inspection I realised that the word ‘behind’ seems to be missing it’s d at the end as if said writer was interrupted, also it looks as if there was more writing and that it seemed to have been rubbed out! Help! It’s driving me insane not knowing what it all means and I really want to go into the loft to see what’s up there too but I don’t dare! Grrr!
- Plot twist: You actually have someone who thinks you're attractive, and genuinely wants to be with you.
- Further plot twist: it's all a lie!
Devils Kiss (Bioshock Infinite cocktail)
25ml Spiced Rum
50ml Ginger Beer
50ml Cloudy Lemonade (carbonated)
2 Dashes Angostura Bitters
15ml Overproof Rum
Directions: Fill a high ball glass with ice, pour in grenadine, Chambord and dashes of bitters to begin. Carefully pour in cloudy lemonade and ginger beer down the side of the glass leaving the grenadine sitting in the bottom, add juice of a lime and finish the drink with a shot of Spiced Rum to the top.
To serve place drink on a saucer and place the measure of overproof rum around the base, light with a match and allow guest to flick cinnamon onto the drink/flame, extinguish, add straw and serve. Anyone looking to get drunk can drink the rum left in the saucer when cool.
“A civilized man has power over fire. A refined man handles fire with finesse: DEVIL’S KISS.” -Fink Manufacturing advertisement
That ‘don’t you dare’ look my cat gets on his face when I look at pictures of cats online….