dailyfantastic:

FF #82:
Geez, look at Maximus!
Guys, LOOK AT MAXIMUS. NEVER FORGET THE TIME THE SCOURGE OF THE INHUMANS WORE A HELMET THAT LOOKED LIKE A SNOWGLOBE AND WAS THREE TIMES THE SIZE OF HIS HEAD ON HIS HEAD.

I would look at his head, but I’m too concerned about the fate of Medusa’s sister-crystal. It’s often hard to find a good sister-crystal, and capturing someone else’s is just rude.

dailyfantastic:

FF #82:

Geez, look at Maximus!

Guys, LOOK AT MAXIMUS. NEVER FORGET THE TIME THE SCOURGE OF THE INHUMANS WORE A HELMET THAT LOOKED LIKE A SNOWGLOBE AND WAS THREE TIMES THE SIZE OF HIS HEAD ON HIS HEAD.

I would look at his head, but I’m too concerned about the fate of Medusa’s sister-crystal. It’s often hard to find a good sister-crystal, and capturing someone else’s is just rude.

Oh fuck you Weather Channel!

So @weatherchannel was taken off the air on DirecTV for some time, due to arguments. It returned this weekend. In the meantime, we had “WeatherNation,” and in fact we still do.

Weather Channel had a pretty extensive campaign detailing how horrible it was that we had lost them in the interim. At the end of the day, they came to an agreement, which included reducing the amount of “reality programming” their channel would have. Instead of the weather.

Well, today, we went to check.

They’re having a “Building Invincible” marathon right now. At the moment, they’re showing the building of a stadium which purports to be hurricane proof.

FUCK YOU WEATHER CHANNEL!

FUCK YOU!

DO I NEED TO WEAR A COAT?

ALL I WANT TO KNOW IS IF I NEED TO WEAR A FUCKING COAT!

ALL I EVER WANT TO KNOW FROM YOU IS WHAT CLOTHES TO FUCKING WEAR OR IF I NEED TO LEAVE EARLY TO MAKE IT TO THE AIRPORT ON TIME! THAT’S ALL!

YOU HAVE THE ABSOLUTE DEFINITION OF ONE! FUCKING! JOB!

DO I NEED A COAT?!?

(According to Weather Nation? No, though long sleeves are prudent. Rain tomorrow though.)

marvel1980s:

1983 - The Micronauts by Butch Guice

marvel1980s:

1983 - The Micronauts by Butch Guice

(via creepingmonsterism)


DID I EVER SAY STOP?!
I DIDN’T THINK SO!

DID I EVER SAY STOP?!

I DIDN’T THINK SO!

(via creepingmonsterism)

droidbait:

Operation Overdrive in one GIF…

droidbait:

Operation Overdrive in one GIF…

sirdef:

sirdef:

sirdef:

i did that adult thing you can do where you buy an entire cake and just eat it

i am eating an entire cake

update: there is more cake than i imagined. 

i see now why my parents didn’t let me do this

(via ardaniel)

adoptpets:

Astonishing bravery of boy who risked his life to save baby deer in Bangladesh river by holding it above raging floodwaters

  • Boy called Belal defiantly held the young fawn in one hand above his head
  • Onlookers were unsure whether the boy was going to appear again
  • When he made it to the other side the locals cheered
  • Teenager jumped into river in Noakhali, Bangladesh to save animal

A brave boy fearlessly risked his own life and showed astonishing bravery to save a helpless baby deer from drowning. 

The boy, called Belal and believed to be in his early teens, defiantly held the young fawn in one hand above his head as he plunged through the surging river.

During the ordeal onlookers were unsure whether the boy was going to appear again.

When he finally made it to the other side the locals cheered as the deer was reunited with its family. 

The incident took place in Noakhali, Bangladesh, when the young fawn became separated from its family during torrential rain and fast-rising floods.

Wildlife photographer Hasibul Wahab captured the brave act while visiting on a photography trip.

He said the Noakhali locals lose a lot of deer during the rainy season and that they have to do all they can to protect them.

He said: ‘He was such a brave boy - the river was so full of water and it was high tide so we thought he might drown.

'My friend was even ready to jump into the river to save the boy. But he made it, and when he returned, we thanked the boy.

'There were only five to seven people observe this situation but it was a phenomenal sight.'

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scarygoround:

This run of Bobbins ends on Saturday. I couldn’t have imagined that something I re-started just because it made me laugh would have proved so popular. It’s really reminded me of the joy of daily cartooning and why I started all those years ago. I’ll be archiving all the pages from this run on the…

hey, dude at the gym

ardaniel:

  1. you’re not megatron
  2. the pulldown rack isn’t starscream
  3. thus there is no reason for every rep you do to involve that much clanking and screaming “nnnnnnghghgghghghgghghghghgh”
  4. thx

nellachronism:

gaslightgallows:

dancingprincess54:

(3) Likes | Tumblr on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/87287894 it sept i dont want to die like Romeo and Juliette

I don’t want to die over teenage angst and horniness like Romeo and Juliet.
I don’t want to go through a period of thinking the person I like is a complete douchebag and then falling for him because he saved my family’s reputation like Elizabeth and Darcy.
I don’t want to be an emotionally manipulative, emotionally starved woman in love with a wife-abusing, puppy-killing psychopath who’s practically my brother like Catherine and Heathcliff. 
I don’t want to be so desperate to escape an arranged marriage that I fall for the first man who treats me halfway decently and then tragically lose him like Rose and Jack. 
I don’t want to be in love with someone I can’t have and consequently marry three men I don’t love, only to have the man I wanted never love me back and the one man who understood me and loved me exactly the way I was (who, incidentally, was a crook and a pimp and a cold-blooded killer) leave me out of frustration right when I figured out that I loved him back like Scarlett and Rhett. 
I can’t speak for the other three couples, but if they’re anything like this…
I do not want what they had. 

Good God, all this list is missing is Gatsby and Daisy.

No no — look at the commonalities.
Clearly what all these couples had in common was ready and liberal access to alcohol.
The original writer was clearly saying “I’ll have what they had,” but didn’t know how to phrase it.

nellachronism:

gaslightgallows:

dancingprincess54:

(3) Likes | Tumblr on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/87287894 it sept i dont want to die like Romeo and Juliette

I don’t want to die over teenage angst and horniness like Romeo and Juliet.

I don’t want to go through a period of thinking the person I like is a complete douchebag and then falling for him because he saved my family’s reputation like Elizabeth and Darcy.

I don’t want to be an emotionally manipulative, emotionally starved woman in love with a wife-abusing, puppy-killing psychopath who’s practically my brother like Catherine and Heathcliff. 

I don’t want to be so desperate to escape an arranged marriage that I fall for the first man who treats me halfway decently and then tragically lose him like Rose and Jack. 

I don’t want to be in love with someone I can’t have and consequently marry three men I don’t love, only to have the man I wanted never love me back and the one man who understood me and loved me exactly the way I was (who, incidentally, was a crook and a pimp and a cold-blooded killer) leave me out of frustration right when I figured out that I loved him back like Scarlett and Rhett. 

I can’t speak for the other three couples, but if they’re anything like this…

I do not want what they had. 

Good God, all this list is missing is Gatsby and Daisy.

No no — look at the commonalities.

Clearly what all these couples had in common was ready and liberal access to alcohol.

The original writer was clearly saying “I’ll have what they had,” but didn’t know how to phrase it.

tastefullyoffensive:

This girl is going places. [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

This girl is going places. [x]

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grimlockandload asked: Do you ever catch flack for not being a drinker? My family often tells me that if I don't 'learn how to drink socially' I'm going to have a hard time interacting with other people.

markrosewater:

My life has turned out just fine.

I would suggest that he in fact did learn to ‘drink socially.’ He learned that an acceptable social answer is “oh, I don’t drink, but thanks!”

The more that becomes clear to folks the better, really. :)

"Oh, no! Definitely not! I couldn’t have Charlie Brown kick that football; that would be a terrible disservice to him after nearly half a century."

—Charles M. Schulz

This sort of thing is so often the difference between good art and great art.