Have you every found a new piece of entertainment that is just so good, so amazing, that you wish everyone you knew appreciated it too? You know what I mean though, like that kick ass TV show you’ve just gotten into… you want people to join you in those good good times. This is my pitch for you… and others… to become some cool babies.
What is My Brother, My Brother and Me?
Comedy genius? auditory gold? something that will make you laugh out loud in public… it’s all of these things. It’s Three brothers, doing a (comedy) advice podcast where they take questions and provide their advice. I’m not doing it justice… seriously… it’s the best thing in the world and my hope that you’ll check it out.
Here are some samples…
Here is a taste… “I hate you Ron”;
and I’m going to have to back that up with “Am I Good?”
…and even thought I’ve posted this already… I have to give you “Glass Shark”;
What are you waiting for… subscribe and start listening!
Now I’m hoping that after listening to these three goofs you’ll want to grab your phone, find their podcast (iPhone; Podcast App / Android; I dunno… podcast addict?) and then start listening.
It’s perfect for driving in your car, whilst cooking dinner, cleaning the house, …bus commute… anything!
I’m going to be posting more about MBMBaM – so I hope you all start getting into it.
and one last thing… they’ve been so good, so funny, they have had it made into a TV SHOW;
….and here are three more, because… you just need to get into this;
I have always wanted to create my own quote images and share them on my blog… I love great quotes. – Ben
This is actually one of my photos from my attempt at doing photography (@bjl_photography)
Since today is Lunar New Year / Korean new year (Seollal;설날) I have decided to post the recipe for Korean Cold Noodle Recipe (Naengmyeon / 냉면) that my wife made last night.
Naengmyeon is a very refreshing cold noodle dish that is perfect for a hot summer meal. It’s really great, and perfect after some Korean BBQ.
Ingredients (1 serve);
- 1 Pack of Korean Cold Noodle Stock (I’ve taken a photo of the packet we used, see below).
- Korean pickled radish (Ssam-Mu, 쌈무)
- Buckwheat Soba Noodles, 130g
- Take frozen Korean Cold Noodle Packet and thaw 80% (you want to still have frozen/ice parts). Tip: you can microwave one of the sauce packs for 1:30* to thaw slightly (*note different microwaves will take different amounts of time).
- Chop up cucumber/radish.
- Boil a large pot of water and boil/cook noodles for approx 1-2 minutes. Keep an eye on the noodles as they cook very quickly. Constantly check them. Around the 2 minute mark turn off the heat and test the noodles to make sure they are ‘just cooked’.
- Immediately strain and run under cold water.
- Combine all in a bowl by placing noodles, sauce/stock, and other ingredients on top (like the main photo).
- Enjoy! (tip: adding different types of kimchi enhances the dish!)
Photos of Ingredients (to help you at the Korean grocer);
How to wish someone Happy New Year in Korean!
새해 복 많이 받으세요! (sae hae bok man i bad eu se yo)
Happy Lunar/Korean New Year!!
Learnt from the awesome people at “Talk to me in Korean”;
Trivia: Naengmyeon (Korean Cold Noodle) comes from North Korea!
I didn’t realise this, but the dish actually originates from the capital of North Korea (Pyongyang) but was spread throughout Korea during the war. Wikipedia is always good for interesting facts!
My birthday falls on Australia Day (Australia’s national day) which I like to call ‘Benstralia Day’. Personally, I think it’s great and everyone needs to chill out. This is a day for spending time with your family and friends with a BBQ and beer. – Ben.
So kick back, relax, and let’s appreciate Australia for that awesome place that it is:
Some people like summer, some people like winter…
Source: Loading Artist Comic
The slow-mo and then boomerang make this.
Source: UNILAD – Timeline