Shaharazad's

A place to brain-storm ideas for a coffee shop, bakery, and library... all in one. [Arianna.Liz.Laura.]

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the-rest-in-trumpets:

katswhiskers:

velvetonions:

imagine a milkshake place called “shakesperience” where all the milkshake flavours are named after puns of shakespeare plays

  • Oreothello
  • Rolo and Juliet
  • Macberry
  • Mars Ado About Nothing
  • Antonutella and Cleopatra
  • Merchocolate of Venice
  • Two Gentlemint of Verona
  • Richerry III

It would bringeth all the gentlemen to the yard. 

(Source: queerbiologist, via josephledger-)

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picadorbookroom:

Love Hemingway’s coffee.

The “Kafka” hits a little too close to home/terror for New Yorkers…
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the-rest-in-trumpets:

katswhiskers:

velvetonions:

imagine a milkshake place called “shakesperience” where all the milkshake flavours are named after puns of shakespeare plays

  • Oreothello
  • Rolo and Juliet
  • Macberry
  • Mars Ado About Nothing
  • Antonutella and Cleopatra
  • Merchocolate of Venice
  • Two Gentlemint of Verona
  • Richerry III

It would bringeth all the gentlemen to the yard. 

(Source: queerbiologist, via onewhositswiththeturtles)

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jonnovstheinternet:

Dexter cupcakes:

Red Velvet with whipped vanilla icing, shards of sugar glass and red simple syrup splatter.


yes yes yes yes y-
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arizuna:

this is actually genius

i would love to do this at work and watch the indecisive book snobs lose their shit.
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brofisting:

ok so, are you planning on opening a coffeeshop or cafe of some kind? great

i implore, no, demand you name it alternate universe

so people can be like yo i’m heading down to (the) coffeeshop au do you want anything

(via sailormurrcury)

Permalink onewhositswiththeturtles:

Blind date with a book. (x)
This is the coolest idea ever!
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“My local library branch started doing this “Blind Date with a Book” thing, thought you guys might like it. The shelf was full when we got there, but was like this as we were leaving. The books are wrapped in paper and have different designs on them, and then a few words vaguely describing the subject matter of the book. Things like “Drama”, “Plot Twists”, “espionage”, etc. The only thing exposed on the book is the barcode that you use to scan the book out. I thought it was a pretty cool idea.”