elyzeeum:

One year.
525,600 minutes.
525,000 moments so dear.
Amazing.
Probably the most amazing gif I have ever seen.
This is beyond perfect.


The Lady in all her glory.

elyzeeum:

One year.

525,600 minutes.

525,000 moments so dear.

Amazing.

Probably the most amazing gif I have ever seen.

This is beyond perfect.

The Lady in all her glory.

(Source: gifmovie)

thorspage:

HOT DAMN…. WOOF WOOF !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thor’s Page

#bubbaesque

thorspage:

HOT DAMN…. WOOF WOOF !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thor’s Page

#bubbaesque

sandandglass:

Stephen Colbert talks to John Lithgow, who plays a gay character in the movie Love Is Strange

[on diversity in media] I think its social responsibility. I think it’s our responsibility to stand up and say what we want. It think if you look at television in the past two years, it’s becoming the decade of the female. Like, all these new shows with female leads. Even if you look at television, as well as cable, as well as films, there’s been a resurgence, as far as the leading woman in Hollywood, which is great. And I think we’re also at the point now…you know, it’s interesting…x

(Source: forassgard)

kropotkitten:

A cat was shot for treasonIn World War OneIt had acted as an intermediary   Between Allied and Axis lines:  English and German soldiersCould send messagesTo each otherBy tying scraps of paper To the cat’s collar. The cat then ran across No Man’s Land,From one trench to the other.   When the War Office found out, Allied superior officersOrdered that the cat, nicknamed Felix,Should be shot for its being a go-between,And thus enabling fraternization Between the warring troops On the Western Front.  For, after a Christmas truce When enmity miraculously faded And one German dug-out sang ‘Heilige Nacht’ As its English opposite number joined inWith ‘Silent Night’;And when deadly enemiesShyly scrambled outInto the open air Clutching presentsOf rum and schnapps, and lebkochen  And Huntley and Palmer’s digestive biscuits;And when they swapped them with broad smiles,And when impromptu football matches Broke out up and down the battle lines…These popular displays of comradeship; These congenial armistices;These undeclared cease-fires Were outlawed by the government Who declared that all such happenings Were high treason,And subject to the same condign punishment As cowardice, namely the firing squad. Felix the cat, however, (Called Nestor by the Germans) Was a law unto itself.It would wait patiently  Whilst cheery little scrawls In English and in GermanWere being attached to its collar By trembling fingers, raw with cold:“Hello Fritz.” “Gutentag Tommy.” “Fröhliche Weihnachten, Tommy.”“Happy Christmas, Fritz.”  Back and forth the cat skipped across the snow,Across the hard, unforgiving soilOf No Man’s Land; first appearing at MonsAnd later at Passchendaele.  Then Felix – just like the animals In the Middle Ages who, notoriously,Were tried for being suspectedOf being in league with the devil – Was judged by the top military brassTo constitute a threatThrough its enabling treasonous acts, Through its being an accessoryTo the undermining of the serial hate-crimeThat was World War One;  A war crime that left fifteen million dead Including a peace cat,Who’s barely ever mentioned But whose bloodstained paw-prints  Are a lone, feline testament To war’s absurdity.   Heathcote Williams  

kropotkitten:

A cat was shot for treason
In World War One
It had acted as an intermediary   
Between Allied and Axis lines:  
English and German soldiers
Could send messages
To each other
By tying scraps of paper 
To the cat’s collar. 
The cat then ran across No Man’s Land,
From one trench to the other.  
 
When the War Office found out, 
Allied superior officers
Ordered that the cat, nicknamed Felix,
Should be shot for its being a go-between,
And thus enabling fraternization 
Between the warring troops 
On the Western Front. 
 
For, after a Christmas truce 
When enmity miraculously faded 
And one German dug-out sang ‘Heilige Nacht’ 
As its English opposite number joined in
With ‘Silent Night’;
And when deadly enemies
Shyly scrambled out
Into the open air 
Clutching presents
Of rum and schnapps, and lebkochen  
And Huntley and Palmer’s digestive biscuits;
And when they swapped them with broad smiles,
And when impromptu football matches 
Broke out up and down the battle lines…
These popular displays of comradeship; 
These congenial armistices;
These undeclared cease-fires 
Were outlawed by the government 
Who declared that all such happenings 
Were high treason,
And subject to the same condign punishment 
As cowardice, namely the firing squad.
 
Felix the cat, however, 
(Called Nestor by the Germans) 
Was a law unto itself.
It would wait patiently  
Whilst cheery little scrawls 
In English and in German
Were being attached to its collar 
By trembling fingers, raw with cold:
“Hello Fritz.” “Gutentag Tommy.” 
“Fröhliche Weihnachten, Tommy.”
“Happy Christmas, Fritz.” 
 
Back and forth the cat skipped across the snow,
Across the hard, unforgiving soil
Of No Man’s Land; first appearing at Mons
And later at Passchendaele. 
 
Then Felix – just like the animals 
In the Middle Ages who, notoriously,
Were tried for being suspected
Of being in league with the devil –
Was judged by the top military brass
To constitute a threat
Through its enabling treasonous acts, 
Through its being an accessory
To the undermining of the serial hate-crime
That was World War One;  
A war crime that left fifteen million dead 
Including a peace cat,
Who’s barely ever mentioned 
But whose bloodstained paw-prints  
Are a lone, feline testament 
To war’s absurdity.  
 
Heathcote Williams  

redkam:

itreallyatemyhand:

cthullhu:

nonomella:

Coraline is a masterfully made film, an amazing piece of art that i would never ever ever show to a child oh my god are you kidding me

Nothing wrong with a good dose of sheer terror at a young age

says cthulhu

Show them Watership Down instead. It has bunnies.

rubyetc:

blatant-fanservice-lover:

rubyetc:

most people have a hard time accepting what they are going through is valid to begin with. Don’t add to that insecurity. 

Plus if you do, you will not only be an asshole, but you will lose your eyebrows, as shown above.

Hidden message of the drawing: unlocked

rubyetc:

blatant-fanservice-lover:

rubyetc:

most people have a hard time accepting what they are going through is valid to begin with. Don’t add to that insecurity. 

Plus if you do, you will not only be an asshole, but you will lose your eyebrows, as shown above.

Hidden message of the drawing: unlocked

outsidewolves:

New Living Spaces, 2012. 

Originally published in RRUFFURR 1st print edition, now unfortunately out of print. 

mirrankei:

kat8therude:

jackhawksmoor:

tewdee:

upworthy:

The Music Industry Asked Him To Change 1 Word In His Songs. His Response Is Pitch Perfect.

bless

image

Excuse me while I buy this album.

Well I just bought this song.

gaksdesigns:

My new animated project - Golden

adcouncil:

Happy Birthday Smokey! This (candle-less) cake is for you!

adcouncil:

Happy Birthday Smokey! This (candle-less) cake is for you!

thorspage:

YUMMY PITS…. WOOF WOOF !!!!!!!!!!

Thor’s Page

#beauesque

thorspage:

YUMMY PITS…. WOOF WOOF !!!!!!!!!!

Thor’s Page

#beauesque

http://drkraest.tumblr.com/post/97001947488/outofcontextdnd-druid-my-name-is-erik-with-a

outofcontextdnd:

Druid: My name is Erik with a k.

NPC: *writes name down* And your last name?

Druid: With a k.

NPC: No I got that: Erik. What’s your last name?

Druid: My last name is with a k.

NPC: Wait…is your name Erik Erik?

Druid: My last name is With a K.

NPC: Okay wait a…

#bubbaesque

#bubbaesque

(Source: onlycaliforniaking)

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