Certain audio frequencies bring back certain memories. If you play the right song, it can take you back to a specific point in time. Scientists at Delta University tapped into this phenomenon and, by mixing certain pitches and tones, created an audio file that can transport you back to your most emotionally unstable point in the past. For some, it is infancy. For others, seventh grade.
To test their theory, this track was played over the loudspeaker while several students were taking exams at a frequency so high it was barely detectable. Several things happened. Some students crumpled their paper up in frustration. Others were found crying on the floor. Still others began to argue among themselves or with the teacher.
When one student flung themselves out the 10th story window, they had to close the project for good. However, the track was leaked onto the web and can now be found in the darkest corners of the internet. Listen… if you dare.
DEAR LORD MY TEENAGE HOOD
panhikattack askedomg somebody wants pancakes. But I also noticed that's in your info thing too AND I GUESS I DIDN'T SEE IT BEFORE.
Ahahahaha xD yes, I really love pancakes :3
2 ingredient Healthy Pancakes (gluten, grain and dairy free, no added sugar) by Top With CinnamonBasic Batter:1 large banana, mashed (should be around 1/3 to 1/2 cup when mashed)2 eggsoptional add ins:1/8 tsp baking powder (see notes)2 tbsp nut butter, pb2/peanut flour, almond flour or dessicated coconut (see notes)1/4 tsp ground cinnamon1/4 cup blueberries2 tbsp mini chocolate chips
Peel and mash the banana, stir in the egg. Mix in any of the add ins that you want.
Heat a non stick skillet and lightly spray with oil. Tun the heat down to medium-low.
Pour a circle of batter into the pan (I used about 1 or 2 tbsp of batter per pancake). Cook until golden brown on the underside (around 1 minute) , then use a metal spatula to flip and cook until golden brown on the other side (30 seconds to 1 minute).
Serve warm with whatever the heck you want