Ketchup: the surprising “medical marvel” of the 1800s That was until 1834 when Dr. John Cooke Bennett added tomatoes to ketchup and seemingly transformed the condiment into the hottest drug of the 1800s (think along the lines of today's Pfizer vaccine — yes, ketchup was that popular as medication).
1834When Dr. John Cook Bennett created a recipe for tomato ketchup in 1834, he advertised it as a medicine that cured you of diarrhea, jaundice, indigestion, and rheumatism. He even made the ketchup into pills, which made it seem even more legit.
5x11 Klaus and Caroline kiss & Klaroline moments - The Vampire Diaries. Klaroline kiss slow version - TVD season 5 episode 11 (100. episode) and Klaus & Caroline momentsMusic: Skillet - Don't wake me and Nickelback - I'd came for...
In The Downward Spiral, no-humanity Caroline encounters Liam, stating that she completely forgot he existed. She made out with him at a party and begins to use him as a feeding bag. Since she was the last person he was seen with, she decides not to kill him and instead to keep him alive.