annies-booobs:

tits-mcgeek:

not-pizza:

My idol

This will never not be funny.

a hero for the ages

annies-booobs:

tits-mcgeek:

not-pizza:

My idol

This will never not be funny.

a hero for the ages

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sonicscribblings:

Sometimes I find forgotten gems when cleaning out my folders.

sonicscribblings:

Sometimes I find forgotten gems when cleaning out my folders.

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egbertsoup:

karenhallion:

queenmera:

image

Every time I see this, it makes me happy. 

I love how they just straight up admit it with no shame like… no yeah don’t underestimate her she’s awesome 

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equalistmako:

equalistmako:

~fun drinking game~: watch the last airbender and take a shot every time they mispronounce something

image

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thebobblehat:

- Professionals

- Frat buds

- Children

(via allonsyarielle)


4gifs:

Platypus playtime

4gifs:

Platypus playtime

(via captainimaginary)



peachxpit:

accept death. befriend death. take death out for dinner. marry death. marry a death who reads

(via enjolrastopheles)


beybladehero:

proshchai:

i love this vid so fucking muvh SO FUCKING MUCH

there are tears in my eyes

(via unconscioustime)


i-m-obnoxious:

DO NOT SKIP OVER THIS POST
YOU WON’T REGRET IT

(via craziicactuz)


adriofthedead:

ghostalebrije:

speedwag:

i want every frame of this tattooed on my body and then i want it on my gravestone

the icecream

children in a nutshell

(via cirquedelavie)


watsonsdick:

it’s hereee

(via furiousdee)


digitalbunnylove:

pleatedjeans:

BEST PRANK EVER

Best Sense of Humor Ever.

(via obsessedobsesser)


With a white body as a light meter, all other skin tones become deviations from the norm. It turns out, film stock’s failures to capture dark skin aren’t a technical issue, they’re a choice. Lorna Roth, a scholar in media and communication studies, wrote that film emulsions — the coating on the film base that reacts with chemicals and light to produce an image — “could have been designed initially with more sensitivity to the continuum of yellow, brown and reddish skin tones but the design process would have to be motivated by a recognition of the need for extended range.” Back then there was little motivation to acknowledge, let alone cater to a market beyond white consumers.

Kodak did finally modify its film emulsion stocks in the 1970s and ’80s — but only after complaints from companies trying to advertise chocolate and wood furniture.