Magnetic putty eating a piece of metal.
As it turns out, we have quite a few Sherlock Holmes related cookbooks in the Szathmary culinary collection. Here’s one from “Mrs. Hudson.” Enjoy!
The Sherlock Holmes cookbook, by Mrs Hudson / compiled by Fanny Cradock ; ill. by Val Biro. London : Allen, c1976. TX717 .C687 1976
How To Be An Introvert In America
I frequently read articles on Buzzfeed and those junk websites (Thought Catalog?) about introverts. “You know you’re an introvert if you prefer staying home to parties!” or, “You know you’re an introvert when socializing drains your battery to 20%!” I’m always like, yes, duh.
What I never read is how to maintain friendships both as an introvert, and with an introvert. So I wrote the article myself.
If you still want to hang out with an introvert even though they are one flakey motherfucker, here are some foolproof tips to trick them into meeting you:
1. Make plans somewhere outside of their comfort zone, and then when they text you, “Ooo, I have a stomachache,” be waiting outside of their apartment ready to shame them.
2. Tell them you are going to a $40 exercise class, and then set up a PayPal account to steal their money and give them the address to your apartment.
3. Give an introvert $100 cash in an envelope upfront for having a drink with you, and don’t tell them it’s Monopoly money.