tokimirage:

tonilstark:

the-fandoms-are-cool:

the-drug-child:

i love this more then i really should

JESUS CHRIST WHY ARE WASPS HIGHER ON THE LIST THAN PRISONERS
PRISONERS AT LEAST HAVE THE CAPACITY TO SIT POLITELY AND CONGRATULATE YOU WASPS ARE THE PHYSICAL INCARNATION OF METATRON’S DICK FUCKING YOU IN THE ASS WITH NO LUBE

That is the best description I have ever heard.


HAHAHHAHAHAHAHA

tokimirage:

tonilstark:

the-fandoms-are-cool:

the-drug-child:

i love this more then i really should

JESUS CHRIST WHY ARE WASPS HIGHER ON THE LIST THAN PRISONERS

PRISONERS AT LEAST HAVE THE CAPACITY TO SIT POLITELY AND CONGRATULATE YOU WASPS ARE THE PHYSICAL INCARNATION OF METATRON’S DICK FUCKING YOU IN THE ASS WITH NO LUBE

That is the best description I have ever heard.

HAHAHHAHAHAHAHA

(Source: mrmiyahgi)

howlsmoving-asshole:

howllor:

oh my godddddd there is a new swedish reality tv show where they are tracking down internet trolls and confronting them about the death threats they’ve sent to people, since it’s actually illegal.

watching them try to explain how it’s not them is the best entertainment i’ve ever seen.

this episode ended with them fining him 5000 SEK to be paid to the victim!

guess what America should do

(via paperlings)

tokimirage:

barbellsandboys:

ignoranthipster:

Disney gender swaps by Sakimi Chan

This is so good; but the male Cruella Deville looks the sharpest

Omg I want to read/watch these. T-T

(Source: likeafireonpavement)

kitroku:

think you should probably lose the my there, that’s the cougar’s house now

kitroku:

think you should probably lose the my there, that’s the cougar’s house now

(Source: memewhore, via tokimirage)

stupidoomdoodles:

Not a comic this time, just some sketches because I didn’t have any jokes up my sleeve sorry guys

I suppose LAFS!Vegeta is more open to the idea of having a family, and therefore learned to care for his son faster than in canon. I imagine Trunks still was unplanned though, i just can’t picutre vegeta actively wanting a kid before the buu fiasco.

his style of parenthood still is…kind of…unconventional tho. As in, “LETS TEACH MY SON HOW TO KILL MILLIONS” unconventional. you won’t change him that easily

(via timothyjacksondrake)

nudiemuse:

rubyvroom:

note-a-bear:

anonemouse:

vicemag:

Seattle Has a Haunted Soda Machine
As about 45 percent of us know, ghosts are definitely real and casually walk among us. Some have a post-life agenda of stealing our socks or manifesting as apparitions on burned toast; others prefer to spend their time banging around abandoned children’s hospitals for Syfy Channel reality shows. But there’s one ghost who has taken an industrious approach, choosing to operate a creepy Coca-Cola machine on an innocuous corner in Seattle’s Capitol Hill. Like an endless Encyclopedia Brown story, the machine has been an ongoing source of curiosity and fear from locals for decades due to its weird location, outdated appearance, and reputation for being continuously and strangely stocked by a seemingly non-existent operator. It brings to mind the famous line from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory that gave entire generations of children the heebie jeebies: “Nobody ever goes in, and nobody ever comes out.”
With its sun-bleached buttons and charmingly antiquated Mountain Dew logo, the Mystery Coke Machine has been spitting out sodas on the corner of John and Broadway for upwards of 15 years, but no one seems to know exactly for how long—or who re-stocks, maintains, or collects money from the thing. It’s as though it fell out of a wormhole and landed free-standing onto this lonely corner. From the get-go, its 70s appearance evoked a sense of cheery yet ominous nostalgia, as if Matthew McConaughey’s character fromDazed and Confused would fit right in with it, leaning against its side while he’s busy winking at you. Prior to encountering it, you may not consider how unusual and even intimidating a vending machine looks standing alone on a sidewalk. It’s almost as though it’s forever waiting for something, or someone in particular, to show up. 
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i guess at least now we know where the SCP is actually located

Oh. O.o

there’s a MYSTERY button that gives you random weird soda I LOVE THIS

I can confirm this.
I have also gotten soda from here and got a grape soda and was very happy.

nudiemuse:

rubyvroom:

note-a-bear:

anonemouse:

vicemag:

Seattle Has a Haunted Soda Machine

As about 45 percent of us know, ghosts are definitely real and casually walk among us. Some have a post-life agenda of stealing our socks or manifesting as apparitions on burned toast; others prefer to spend their time banging around abandoned children’s hospitals for Syfy Channel reality shows. But there’s one ghost who has taken an industrious approach, choosing to operate a creepy Coca-Cola machine on an innocuous corner in Seattle’s Capitol Hill. Like an endless Encyclopedia Brown story, the machine has been an ongoing source of curiosity and fear from locals for decades due to its weird location, outdated appearance, and reputation for being continuously and strangely stocked by a seemingly non-existent operator. It brings to mind the famous line from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory that gave entire generations of children the heebie jeebies: “Nobody ever goes in, and nobody ever comes out.”

With its sun-bleached buttons and charmingly antiquated Mountain Dew logo, the Mystery Coke Machine has been spitting out sodas on the corner of John and Broadway for upwards of 15 years, but no one seems to know exactly for how long—or who re-stocks, maintains, or collects money from the thing. It’s as though it fell out of a wormhole and landed free-standing onto this lonely corner. From the get-go, its 70s appearance evoked a sense of cheery yet ominous nostalgia, as if Matthew McConaughey’s character fromDazed and Confused would fit right in with it, leaning against its side while he’s busy winking at you. Prior to encountering it, you may not consider how unusual and even intimidating a vending machine looks standing alone on a sidewalk. It’s almost as though it’s forever waiting for something, or someone in particular, to show up. 

Continue

i guess at least now we know where the SCP is actually located

Oh. O.o

there’s a MYSTERY button that gives you random weird soda I LOVE THIS

I can confirm this.

I have also gotten soda from here and got a grape soda and was very happy.

(via ivyadrena)

holyshitfreudvikings:

fencehopping:

Melting aluminum with an electromagnet.


this piece of metal is having a magical girl transformation into a Ditto

holyshitfreudvikings:

fencehopping:

Melting aluminum with an electromagnet.

this piece of metal is having a magical girl transformation into a Ditto

(via laurazel)

"I remember the turning point moment. I was watching an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer with my roommates, and it went into a backstory flashback set in high medieval Germany. ”Why are you sighing?” one asked, noticing that I’d laid back and deflated rather gloomily. I answered: ”She’s not of sufficiently high social status to have domesticated rabbits in Northern Europe in that century. But I guess it’s not fair to press a point since the research on that hasn’t been published yet.” It made me laugh, also made me think about how much I don’t know, since I hadn’t known that a week before. For all the visible mistakes in these shows, there are even more invisible mistakes that I make myself because of infinite details historians haven’t figured out yet, and possibly never will. There are thousands of artifacts in museums whose purposes we don’t know. There are bits of period clothing whose functions are utter mysteries. There are entire professions that used to exist that we now barely understand. No history is accurate, not even the very best we have."

How History Can Be Used in Fiction - Ada Palmer (via smokeandsong)

(via robinade)

prettyblueyedkiller-aj:

Never let your best friend know one of your favorite celebrities and let her use your phone

prettyblueyedkiller-aj:

Never let your best friend know one of your favorite celebrities and let her use your phone

(via bjornwilde)

starexorcist:

playerblue:

japhers:

violently Filipino Cecil because yaaaaas

….I want his hair.

ADRISH NO

(via robinade)

New Avengers v1 #53

(Source: ikolism, via clintbartons)

samann1121:

AU where John’s blog posts read like Stefon’s club reviews.

"This case had everything: a male yoga teacher, candle-lit bubble baths, a damp patch, and no ventilation."

image

(via finalproblem)

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