whoslosing:

this is fucking hilarious

whoslosing:

this is fucking hilarious

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caterjunes:

tfw the day after you eat really spicy food

liquidglue:

liquidglue:

liquidglue:

liquidglue:

'cause the players gonna play play play play play

alligators alligate gate gate gate gate

elevators elevate vate vate vate vate

shake it off

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captoring:

raisehelia:

Don’t say “I’m not like other girls.”

Be like other girls and meld with other girls and become one with the glorious mass of writhing womanhood that will roll over the towns and the cities and devour all space and all time.

i like how our response to day-to-day shitty events of misogyny/homophobia/etc has officially become this brand of nightmarish surrealism and it genuinely makes me feel better

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Wow do I just love the way mother’s husband punishes everyone by unplugging the internet router

theirtinywings:

serenakenobi:

jadefyre:

savingsergeantbarnes:

what if in avengers 2 steve sticks his hand out waiting for his shield to bounce back to him but instead he gets the mjolnir

"Well done my colorful friend! Mjolnir has chosen a worthy wielder!"

"This shield does much damage! I like it!"

"This shield, I like it. ANOTHER!"
*throws it, watches it bounce wildly, hears something shatter, hears Tony scream*

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sixpenceee:

East of Kensington is a dark introspective look into the tale of Peter Pan. It shows us the grim reality of this fairy tale. It’s 20 minutes long. When I was 10, I was obsessed with Peter Pan (mostly Jeremy Sumpter from Peter Pan 2003). If an attractive male showed up at my window and whisked me away to a magical land full of fairies, mermaids, and pirates, I would be ecstatic. But this short film makes me doubt all of it. (Watch it here) (Masterpost of creepy short films)

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police continue to make arrests at Ferguson protest.

Part 4.

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slipstreamborne:

beesmygod:

slinkyinky:

regalli:

silent-novae:

regalli:

talysalankil:

biniall:

if you have a bit of time and need a laugh, please read this review of a self-published book and watch as the author of the book gets absolutely livid in the comments

I expected like one or two comments and what I got was much better

Everyone please go read this

… He’s not joking.

This is… I can’t even get past the part where he compares his description of a room full of roses to Keats and describes his book as a lyrical prose poem to Venice.

AND IT GETS BETTER. Go, go and read this.

I think I just died of laughter.

Especially in light of the concept. That’s the best part, I think.

A LYRICAL PROSE POEM TO VENICE… That is a noir novel in which all the characters are teddy bears.

I mean it’s POSSIBLE, but not all that likely.

This is absolute gold. I can hardly believe what I’m reading omg

jesus this dude

Just settling down to read this but Jesus how can you take yourself seriously as a writer and name the protagonist detective of your mystery novel as something as unoriginal as fucking “Basil Baker”?

The article is supposed to be a critical review by one of his own characters against his book for the purpose of bettering his writing, if you scrolled down far enough.

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richardcreech:

MY GOD THIS MAKES SO MUCH SENSE

richardcreech:

MY GOD THIS MAKES SO MUCH SENSE

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cr0nas:

niiiiiice

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ladydane:

…and one day i’ll tell my kid the shit i did for donuts.
i’d like to thank krispy kreme and largeandlovely for this glorious day.

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thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

Marceline

WHAT could you mean by that last comment I wonder? ;D

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