Words Using The Letters Tuxedo
Words Using The Letters Tuxedo – It feels a little crazy to be talking about Valentine’s Day already, but here we are, less than a month away! I have always supported the idea that this holiday should be for all kinds of love and not just the romantic. It should be celebrated in elementary school style. That means buying a Valentine box (a bonus if they’re scratchy and sniffy) and gifting one to everyone you know.
This whole Valentine business got me thinking about displays of affection. Especially love letters. Are they a thing of the past? Have they been replaced by heart emojis and text messages? Maybe, but I’d bet there are still a few romantics out there with the talent and patience to handwrite a lovely letter.
Words Using The Letters Tuxedo
I wanted to make a love letter that could be shared by many – in slices of cake! I felt that edible wafer paper would be the thing to accomplish this task (you can write on it!), but friends, my handwriting doesn’t look so much like iguana scratches (chicken scratch is too generous a term). There is no way I could write it myself. After shopping around, I finally found a love letter rubber stamp with a cute script.
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To make the edible love letters, you’ll need wafer paper, a script letter stamp, undiluted black icing food coloring, and a flat-headed artist brush. You may have noticed that the stamp is not on a block. This makes it versatile for other projects, such as making prints on ceramics. If you plan to use the stamp for edibles, keep it dedicated to cooking.
Before you start stamping, lay out a large sheet of parchment paper on a work surface. This makes cleaning easier.
After decorating, this cake is best kept at room temperature. Moisture in a refrigerator will cause wafer paper to wrinkle. Give the cake 30 minutes to 1 hour before cutting to ensure the patterned paper has time to fuse properly with the frosting.
Without the love letter decoration, this is a classic tuxedo cake with a chocolate interior, white vanilla buttercream and ganache drizzle. It’s simple and so delicious. I dyed some of the buttercream red to have a surprise inside when cut. I covered this very inexpensive cake in red glitter to match the red buttercream, which I think also looks great with the black and white script.
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Letters to the editor: Chris Rock also owes apology and other reactions to ‘slap’ from Times readers
Were you watching the Oscars live or did you find out afterward that Will Smith slapped Chris Rock on stage after Rock made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith’s shaved head? The actress has claimed that she suffers from an autoimmune disorder called alopecia that causes hair loss. No matter when Times readers heard about “the slap,” they had opinions about Smith’s actions, his apology, how the academy has handled the situation, and whether Rock owes Pinkett Smith an apology of his own. Others want to focus on a gentler moment in the ceremony between Lady Gaga and Liza Minnelli. His letters keep coming as the fallout unfolds.
To the Editor: I’m grateful to LZ Granderson for his column about Will Smith slapping Chris Rock, especially when he says, “The slap is what monopolizes our attention, but that wasn’t the only way of violence that happened in that scene.” YES!!! Everyone focuses on Smith’s physical violence against Rock and in doing so excuses Rock’s verbal violence against Jada Pinkett Smith. Why was it okay to hit, for say it, to a black woman? Chris Rock didn’t make fun of Troy Kotsur’s deafness. Why not? Why would it be unacceptable to make fun of a white man’s physical condition related to a disease or disability? Black women they bear the brunt of racism and misogyny in America. Rock’s “joke” was derogatory, dismissive, and dehumanizing. And as Granderson points out, he should know better, based on his 2009 documentary. I’m not mad at all with smith in this situation rock is the one who should be apologizing.
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To the editor: Greg Braxton writes that with Will Smith’s slap, his journey to honor the Williams family ended in disgrace for many, including “the black creative community the actor has come to represent.” Mary McNamara goes on to say that it overshadowed a year in which “women had the biggest presence they’ve ever had at the Academy Awards.”
I think it is of great importance to distinguish an ugly, mishandled emotional moment between two human beings for what it is and not label it as a taint of a legacy.
No person of any race, gender, or disability should have to bear the weight of everyone else who identifies with that community.
In this time of striving for true inclusion, the focus must be on skill, artistry, talent and other attributes related to one’s work. An unfortunate personal reaction should never have been made public. In a wrong way, it was. Kudos to Chris Rock for being true to himself, staying calm and not pressing charges.
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To the Editor: I truly hope that the immature and violent actions of a Hollywood celebrity take a backseat and that the true display of love during these Academy Awards comes to the fore at some point.
I’m talking about Lady Gaga’s appearance with Liza Minnelli. What a beautiful act of compassion and show of dignity towards a revered star. Gaga’s simple gesture of holding Minnelli’s hand and those words, “I’ve got it,” exemplified what love really is… standing by the person who needs you and offering reassurances that you’ll be there when they need you. need
To the editor: Yes, Will Smith hitting on Chris Rock was very awkward and painful to watch. Now, instead of celebrating Smith’s Best Actor win, everyone wants to diagnose the bigger problem: Is it toxic masculinity, ableism, sexism?
The ceremony consistently disrespects the performers who are ostensibly there to celebrate. This needle is supposed to entertain the viewers, so this mixture of honor and unkindness is built into the process. This encourages bad behavior from hosts and presenters. Many of their comments are pre-written. And the show gets nastier and harsher over the years.
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I don’t think what happened between Smith and Rock this year should be discussed without considering the larger context of a show that intentionally attacks those it’s supposed to celebrate. Of course, individual responses can also be criticized, but that should also be part of the discussion.
Maybe that’s what’s wrong with the Oscar ceremony: the academy abandoned its mission to honor the movies we loved and those who made them, and instead spends half its time disparaging- the
To the editor: While I don’t understand Will Smith’s reaction to Chris Rock’s “joke,” at least he publicly apologized for the slap. Rock’s laugh line about Jada Pinkett Smith’s alopecia was in poor taste.
I admire Pinkett Smith for her frank discussion of the disease and for showing up at the Academy Awards as a “natural bird.” It shows strength and maturity.
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Rock’s “joke” was immature, mean and cruel. And yet the motion picture academy hasn’t called him out, nor has there been a chorus of Hollywood voices apologizing.
What example does it set for our children to see someone like Rock making strong comments in the name of humor about an aspect of someone’s appearance that was caused by a disease?
Perhaps the first step in correcting this kind of behavior is for Rock to publicly apologize to Pinkett Smith. It won’t cure the problem, but it’s a good place to start.
Maret Orliss is an assistant features editor at the Los Angeles Times. Previously, he helped run The Times’ events department, including programming for the Book Festival for 15 years. She is a former bookseller, a regular visiting faculty member of UC Riverside-Palm Desert’s MFA program, a lifelong Californian, and a graduate of Occidental College. Ah, high school: for many, it wasn’t meant to last. The years of sowing your wild oats may have been great and all, but when you find the one, those days are numbered. Heck, even George Clooney got married. If you’ve proposed and want to partake in the bonds of marriage, welcome to the party, mate. If you’ve been invited to a frankly shocking number of weddings, ditto. Now we will find you the best wedding dress for every type of wedding celebration.
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