Rivertail, The Reader
Hello there, and welcome to my profile! I am a sarcastic teenager working in the lovely city of Battery City. My passion for cats drove me to pursue a career in food?? Yelling gives me enormous satisfaction. It's my reason for living.
I am very dedicated to my job. But that doesn't mean I'm all work and no play! On my days off, I love to go to space and run. I don't like to brag, but I believe I am magnificent at it! I also like skating, sleeping and killing.
If I had to describe myself, I would say I'm warm and salty. I'm a gay person who loves to read. I love sugar
apparently, wow and thoroughly enjoy crying. I love Norwegian forest cats; especially my cat Persephone.
Just a short little game about Yuri!!! on Ice. Might have some fluffy yaoi. Will be v shit since I'm not putting much effort into it.
Recent PostsHello! on 4/3/2017 4:22:33 PM
Aprils Fools on 4/1/2017 10:52:57 AM
Get some Brussels sprouts and Chocolate. Put the Brussels sprouts on cake pop sticks. Dip in chocolate and wait for the chocolate to harden. Serve and enjoy the look on people's faces.
The Internet Cancer Thread on 3/30/2017 8:46:35 PM
Because of how great is is?
The Internet Cancer Thread on 3/30/2017 8:34:22 PM
But have you ever seen "Large Bagel"???? 10/10 best anime wow.
The Internet Cancer Thread on 3/30/2017 8:32:28 PM
What the fuck is wrong with their boobs...
Weirdest fetishes on 3/27/2017 7:45:03 PM
Ruin your innocence, if there's any there.
Weirdest fetishes on 3/27/2017 7:28:45 PM
Google "Rule 34".
A random cooking thread on 3/25/2017 1:39:51 PM
1) I believe I made my first meal (under the careful watch of my Step-Grandmother) at the age of 7 or 8. I had made a very easy version of a "Beef Teriyaki" dish. Just a mixture of vegetables and meat cooked in a wok with a sauce made from teriyaki sauce, sake, and some other stuff, placed on top of some Japanese sticky rice. Yum!
2) I mostly specialise in desserts and baked goods so I guess the "most elaborate" things I can make are macarons (but they're HELL to make), eclairs, and some cakes decorated very elaborately (with buttercream frosting of course). I can also make some pretty good mochi. As for cooked dishes, I can make Zoni, although it isn't really all that elaborate.....is Paprikás Csirke? (Probably not.....It's pretty much a stewy kind of thing....)
3) Growing up with my Grandparents, I obviously learned from them. My Step-Grandmother is Japanese, so I learned how to make a lot of traditional Japanese dishes from her side of the family. My Grandfather has deep European roots, so I learned to make various European dishes such as Paprikás Csirke, and Beef Stroganov. I have a wide range of recipes from various different cultures mainly due to how diverse the area I live in is, and because of the friends I have made (and their parents) who I have also learned from. I have taken lessons at a local bakery before to enhance my baking skills last year and hopefully, over the summer, they will offer more courses.
Although I'm no master chef, it is certainly something that I can see myself striving to be once I figure out what I truly want to do in the future. I'm just going to keep learning from others and try my hand at some other non-dessert things.
Spring Break on 3/21/2017 4:57:20 PM
Sadly, my spring break ended on Sunday. For my break, I thought that trying to get my Bronze Cross would be fun. I was wrong. Very wrong. I passed and got my CPR level C, but now my whole body aches ;-;
Town of Salem on 3/6/2017 8:46:41 PM