The vampire-themed treat, according to the Starbucks Newsroom, "is made with white chocolate sauce, milk and ice blended together then layered between mocha sauce and a dollop of whipped cream". The Frappula, a play on the vampire Dracula, seems frighteningly delicious. It was Seattle Seahawk player, Marshawn Lynch who was the inspiration behind the other new drink, called the Beast Mode Frappuccino .
Liam is heartbroken", a 1D insider told the source. He used to see her at school and they spent time talking with each other. "She was very shy and didn't give much indication that she liked me, so I just assumed that she wasn't interested, as well as thinking, she was way too hot for me anyway", the singer told in September.
Aussie blogger School Mum first published a photo of the dress on Sunday alongside the caption: "So I bought this dress today from Myer because I really liked it..." Realising she couldn't wear the dress with a straight face, the blogger took it back to the shop and was rewarded with a refund.
I will say, as soon as Twelve revealed the nature of the extra chip I immediately thought "She will use it on him". Poor Maisie has a busy enough job as it is playing Arya Stark on Game of Thrones. She's lost her humanity and her empathy by the time of Cromwellian Britain. Just like that, after hundreds of years of solitude and condescension, she wants to save them all.
According to online publication The Daily Beast, the Greens are under federal investigation for the importation of artifacts representing the cultural heritage of Iraq. This could feasibly impact the company itself, and not just the owners who collect biblical antiquities because the tablets were being shipped to Hobby Lobby's headquarters in Oklahoma City when they were seized. Steven Bickly, the vice president of the Bible Museum, says: "We understand that Hobby Lobby is cooperating with ...
Adele's just-released video for "Hello" is rapidly crossing big YouTube thresholds, including a record-setting 23.2 million views in its first day . "It was a privilege to direct the music video for Adele's beautiful, heartbreaking song". In comparison, Justin Bieber's massive "dance video" debut for "Sorry" was watched 20 million times in its first 48 hours, compared to 50 million for Adele's "Hello".