In my opinion, "Drake and Josh" was one of the greatest things to ever happen to the 2000s. Filled with many memorable scenes and quotes, this show has had a large role in a number of college students' childhoods. So, here are the characters from Drake and Josh to explain college life!
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One of the best parts of getting a cup of coffee has to be Instagramming your barista's latte art. Here are eight places in Chapel Hill and Carrboro with some of the most impressive (and delicious) lattes:
Perennial not only makes a mean latte, but with their teal coffee mugs, brick walls and the marble countertop, you'll have the perfect aesthetic for each latte. Perennial has a second floor with mismatched furniture, worn brick walls, and a great view for your next Instagrammed latte.
2. Open Eye Cafe
At Open Eye, you'll not only find the perfect drink, but you'll also find some incredible latte art. I mean, look at that feather! If you're looking for a little extra boost to your latte, go for the chai latte (and keep the two shots of espresso). Not only will it look incredible, but it's a great afternoon pick me up.
3. Joe Van Gogh
With a name like Joe Van Gogh, you can expect art in your latte. Usually, I'm impressed with a leaf or a heart, but scrolling through their Instagram location tags, I found myself continually impressed, especially with latte swans and feathers topped with hearts. Take a peek of their Instagram tags to see some of their impressive art.
4. Gray Squirrel Coffee Co.
If you're in the mood for a little heart in your coffee, Gray Squirrel has you covered. Their drinks are simply elegant and definitely show that they're made with love.
5. Coco Bean Coffee Shop and Cafe
Mixing hearts and feathers together, Coco Bean Coffee Shop's lattes look just like they would match your bullet journal's headers. Bring your bullet journal along with you to get some journaling done (or snap some photos) as you sip your latte.
6. Caffe Driade
Both of these drinks look delicious and I love the swirly hearts! Add in an almond croissant and not only do you have an awesome photo, but a great after class snack.
7. Carolina Coffee Shop
At Carolina Coffee Shop, it feels like I'm drinking my latte from a soup bowl! The massive size of each drink doesn't take away from the artfulness of each drink's foam.
When I first stopped at Guglhupf, I loved seeing the glossy, wooden tables and thought about how it would be the perfect backdrop for a latte photo. Once I got my drink, I saw how the two looked perfect for each other and snapped about 10-15 photos.
There are plenty of coffee shops throughout Chapel Hill and Carrboro, but these eight have incredible latte art. Comment below some of your favorite places to get your ~artsy~ brew!
I take reality shows a little too seriously sometimes, but cooking shows are where I absolutely go off the wall. A classic staple in my favorites is "Chopped." To be honest, I'm not sure why I constantly watch this show because it fills me with nothing but chest pain
I know I can't be the only one who ends up screaming at the T.V. and gets death glares from the rest of their family who is trying to have a quiet evening, so here are some elements of the show that send me up a wall.
1. *two minutes left on the clock* "I decided that I'm going to make ice-cream"
WHAT ARE YOU DOING? THIS IS WHY EVERY PERSON BEFORE YOU HAS FAILED. You don't have the time, please take the L and move on before you serve cold soup!
2. Just looking at someone and knowing that they're about to overcook something
Call it chef's intuition. I can't cook, but I sure know that you're about to burn the underside of that lamb.
3. Looking at someone's bad plating and wondering who taught them anything about presentation
This is...this is really bad. You BETTER hope that your flavor counteracts with it.
4. "I forgot a key ingredient, but I think I'm gonna be okay"
They aren't suggestions for your meal, Linda! You kind of have to have them.
5. When the person you were rooting for gets chopped within the first two rounds
What am I supposed to do for the rest of the episode? Root for Bert? I hate his attitude, that's why I didn't pick him in the first place.
6. Instantly getting annoyed when a person you hate goes to the finals
The judges are obviously sick and have defective taste buds today or something.
7. But rejoicing when they end up losing
Second place is the first loser. SEE YA.
8. Trying to imagine what you would decide to make in the split seconds you have before the round begins
I can make tacos, spaghetti and maybe some microwavable rice if I'm feeling elegant.
9. Feeling your heart rate accelerate when you hear "Chefs, open your baskets"
What's inside what's inside what's inside
10. Wanting to protect the children on Chopped Jr. but wanting to scream at them at the same time
You are BETTER THAN THIS, Cindy! Get your act together.
11. "I am a professional, definitely one of the best in my field"
12. The pang you get in your chest when your favorite chef is being ripped to shreds
Just rip my heart out, why don't ya?
13. Getting ready to chuck your remote when a chef says they're going to use the key ingredient as a garnish
Did you even watch this show before?
14. Realizing that you've been glued to your couch for eight hours and you ironically forgot to eat
Because watching other people make food is so much better than actually making it yourself.