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kappa773:

teamfreesexuality:

proudlyinsane:

timelord-and-fishcustard:

There’s a difference between

image

image

and

image

The fact that we all know what this means really says something about our social lives

you should all go to your blogs and hover over them

You should

Reblogged on 1 Oct 2014 from stelarcat
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exhibition-ism:

Dan Tobin Smith's sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold  exhibition-ism:

Dan Tobin Smith's sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold  exhibition-ism:

Dan Tobin Smith's sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold  exhibition-ism:

Dan Tobin Smith's sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold  exhibition-ism:

Dan Tobin Smith's sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold  exhibition-ism:

Dan Tobin Smith's sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold  exhibition-ism:

Dan Tobin Smith's sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold  exhibition-ism:

Dan Tobin Smith's sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold  exhibition-ism:

Dan Tobin Smith's sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold  exhibition-ism:

Dan Tobin Smith's sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold 

exhibition-ism:

Dan Tobin Smith's sweeping color gradient installation in his London studio is a sight behold 

(Source: exhibition-ism.com )

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mishasminions:

THIS IS THE BEST SCENE
mishasminions:

THIS IS THE BEST SCENE
mishasminions:

THIS IS THE BEST SCENE
mishasminions:

THIS IS THE BEST SCENE
mishasminions:

THIS IS THE BEST SCENE

mishasminions:

THIS IS THE BEST SCENE

(Source: ohawkguy)

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temporalwalker:

vorpalstorm:

Adventures in Low Res Skyrim PART 1Featuring lots of Khajiit, glowing carpets, vague cabbage and overly creepy draugr.

Is this Runescape
temporalwalker:

vorpalstorm:

Adventures in Low Res Skyrim PART 1Featuring lots of Khajiit, glowing carpets, vague cabbage and overly creepy draugr.

Is this Runescape
temporalwalker:

vorpalstorm:

Adventures in Low Res Skyrim PART 1Featuring lots of Khajiit, glowing carpets, vague cabbage and overly creepy draugr.

Is this Runescape
temporalwalker:

vorpalstorm:

Adventures in Low Res Skyrim PART 1Featuring lots of Khajiit, glowing carpets, vague cabbage and overly creepy draugr.

Is this Runescape
temporalwalker:

vorpalstorm:

Adventures in Low Res Skyrim PART 1Featuring lots of Khajiit, glowing carpets, vague cabbage and overly creepy draugr.

Is this Runescape
temporalwalker:

vorpalstorm:

Adventures in Low Res Skyrim PART 1Featuring lots of Khajiit, glowing carpets, vague cabbage and overly creepy draugr.

Is this Runescape
temporalwalker:

vorpalstorm:

Adventures in Low Res Skyrim PART 1Featuring lots of Khajiit, glowing carpets, vague cabbage and overly creepy draugr.

Is this Runescape
temporalwalker:

vorpalstorm:

Adventures in Low Res Skyrim PART 1Featuring lots of Khajiit, glowing carpets, vague cabbage and overly creepy draugr.

Is this Runescape
temporalwalker:

vorpalstorm:

Adventures in Low Res Skyrim PART 1Featuring lots of Khajiit, glowing carpets, vague cabbage and overly creepy draugr.

Is this Runescape
temporalwalker:

vorpalstorm:

Adventures in Low Res Skyrim PART 1Featuring lots of Khajiit, glowing carpets, vague cabbage and overly creepy draugr.

Is this Runescape

temporalwalker:

vorpalstorm:

Adventures in Low Res Skyrim PART 1

Featuring lots of Khajiit, glowing carpets, vague cabbage and overly creepy draugr.

Is this Runescape

Reblogged on 1 Oct 2014 from kyokyo866
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ask-the-linkler:

One of the best voice actors ever. Love all his voices

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notquitephil:

Boom.
notquitephil:

Boom.
notquitephil:

Boom.
notquitephil:

Boom.

notquitephil:

Boom.

(Source: sandandglass)

Reblogged on 1 Oct 2014 from vacuous-vituperation
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rainbowbarnacle:

Your name is SPOOPY SKERRY and you FUCKING LOVE OCTOBER. 
Your hobbies include collecting SKELETON MEMORABILIA, reading SPOOKY STORIES, and snapping PHOTOGRAPHS of GLOOMY TROLL GRAVEYARDS and posting them on your TROLLMBLR. (The more FLOATING ORBS that show up in your pictures, the better.) You have a vast collection of HILARIOUSLY AWFUL HORROR MOVIES that you watch while cramming your face with TOOTH-ROTTING SWEETS.
Your favorite activity by far, however, is TRICK-OR-TREATING. With the aid of your loyal GHOSTMOM and your trusty CANDYGOURDKIND, you venture out into the sultry dawn to bestow TRICKS and TREATS on your unsuspecting neighbors.
There are some trolls who like to tease you for your blood color, but you simply tell them that through your creepy veins flows PURE PUMPKIN SPICE, which everyone knows is the noblest of flavors.
Your Trollian handle is creepyKooky and you tend toOoOo speEeEak in a voOoOoice that quAaAaAavers.

rainbowbarnacle:

Your name is SPOOPY SKERRY and you FUCKING LOVE OCTOBER. 

Your hobbies include collecting SKELETON MEMORABILIA, reading SPOOKY STORIES, and snapping PHOTOGRAPHS of GLOOMY TROLL GRAVEYARDS and posting them on your TROLLMBLR. (The more FLOATING ORBS that show up in your pictures, the better.) You have a vast collection of HILARIOUSLY AWFUL HORROR MOVIES that you watch while cramming your face with TOOTH-ROTTING SWEETS.

Your favorite activity by far, however, is TRICK-OR-TREATING. With the aid of your loyal GHOSTMOM and your trusty CANDYGOURDKIND, you venture out into the sultry dawn to bestow TRICKS and TREATS on your unsuspecting neighbors.

There are some trolls who like to tease you for your blood color, but you simply tell them that through your creepy veins flows PURE PUMPKIN SPICE, which everyone knows is the noblest of flavors.

Your Trollian handle is creepyKooky and you tend toOoOo speEeEak in a voOoOoice that quAaAaAavers.

(Source: bloodstainbowbarnacle)

Reblogged on 1 Oct 2014 from best-beach
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creaseintime:

are you ready to get

creaseintime:

are you ready to get

Reblogged on 1 Oct 2014 from best-beach
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creaseintime:

SPOOKY

creaseintime:

SPOOKY

Reblogged on 1 Oct 2014 from vacuous-vituperation
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jwforeverandalways:

BEST VINE EVER
jwforeverandalways:

BEST VINE EVER
jwforeverandalways:

BEST VINE EVER

jwforeverandalways:

BEST VINE EVER

(Source: tiemydurag)

Reblogged on 30 Sep 2014 from allthefreakinusernamesaretaken
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capt-buckybarnes:

Michael ‘Rage Quit’ Jones, hard at work [x]
capt-buckybarnes:

Michael ‘Rage Quit’ Jones, hard at work [x]
capt-buckybarnes:

Michael ‘Rage Quit’ Jones, hard at work [x]
capt-buckybarnes:

Michael ‘Rage Quit’ Jones, hard at work [x]

capt-buckybarnes:

Michael ‘Rage Quit’ Jones, hard at work [x]

Reblogged on 30 Sep 2014 from awkward--zombie
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creppysong:

ironicdavestrider:

notallfeminists:

johnnysjetpack:


Pharrell had the beat and he wrote almost every single part of the song.
Thicke: “He wrote the whole thing pretty much by himself and I was envious of that.”
Williams backed up Thicke’s limited involvement in the writing, adding that he himself wrote those terrible lyrics, and not Thicke, as widely believed/assumed/hoped.
[vmusic.com]

But no one will call him out on it!

The first thing I thought when I read this was: they’ll ignore this. 

This doesn’t get Robin Thicke off the hook though? He supported these lyrics and went along with it. He’s just as much at fault as Pharrell Williams. They’re both rape sympathists.

Yea like he still sang it, they’re both trash. This doesn’t absolve him of anything at all.

creppysong:

ironicdavestrider:

notallfeminists:

johnnysjetpack:

Pharrell had the beat and he wrote almost every single part of the song.

Thicke: “He wrote the whole thing pretty much by himself and I was envious of that.”

Williams backed up Thicke’s limited involvement in the writing, adding that he himself wrote those terrible lyrics, and not Thicke, as widely believed/assumed/hoped.

[vmusic.com]

But no one will call him out on it!

The first thing I thought when I read this was: they’ll ignore this

This doesn’t get Robin Thicke off the hook though? He supported these lyrics and went along with it. He’s just as much at fault as Pharrell Williams. They’re both rape sympathists.

Yea like he still sang it, they’re both trash. This doesn’t absolve him of anything at all.

Reblogged on 30 Sep 2014 from awkward--zombie
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penis-hilton:

this fucked me up so bad

penis-hilton:

this fucked me up so bad

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deepermadness:

This is undoubtedly the saddest thing I’ve seen in this show in the longest time. Let me fill you guys in.When the episode begins we see the gang turn up at the mansion where this Espurr is living. Only, it’s dilapidated, ruinous and seemingly abandoned. Obviously we know Espurr is living there, we’ve seen this sort of thing before. So when the gang turn up and mysterious things happen, this isn’t much of a surprise. But that isn’t what got me. This is when he starts telling his story up there.You see, Espurr had a very elderly owner. She doted on the little thing. She loved him. But he was very young. He didn’t realise what she had going on. So when her condition worsened she didn’t want to upset the poor guy. So she sent him out to collect flowers so that he wouldn’t need to worry when she passed away. It worked, but when he came back, seeing that house empty? That got me. That brought a tear to my eye.
deepermadness:

This is undoubtedly the saddest thing I’ve seen in this show in the longest time. Let me fill you guys in.When the episode begins we see the gang turn up at the mansion where this Espurr is living. Only, it’s dilapidated, ruinous and seemingly abandoned. Obviously we know Espurr is living there, we’ve seen this sort of thing before. So when the gang turn up and mysterious things happen, this isn’t much of a surprise. But that isn’t what got me. This is when he starts telling his story up there.You see, Espurr had a very elderly owner. She doted on the little thing. She loved him. But he was very young. He didn’t realise what she had going on. So when her condition worsened she didn’t want to upset the poor guy. So she sent him out to collect flowers so that he wouldn’t need to worry when she passed away. It worked, but when he came back, seeing that house empty? That got me. That brought a tear to my eye.
deepermadness:

This is undoubtedly the saddest thing I’ve seen in this show in the longest time. Let me fill you guys in.When the episode begins we see the gang turn up at the mansion where this Espurr is living. Only, it’s dilapidated, ruinous and seemingly abandoned. Obviously we know Espurr is living there, we’ve seen this sort of thing before. So when the gang turn up and mysterious things happen, this isn’t much of a surprise. But that isn’t what got me. This is when he starts telling his story up there.You see, Espurr had a very elderly owner. She doted on the little thing. She loved him. But he was very young. He didn’t realise what she had going on. So when her condition worsened she didn’t want to upset the poor guy. So she sent him out to collect flowers so that he wouldn’t need to worry when she passed away. It worked, but when he came back, seeing that house empty? That got me. That brought a tear to my eye.
deepermadness:

This is undoubtedly the saddest thing I’ve seen in this show in the longest time. Let me fill you guys in.When the episode begins we see the gang turn up at the mansion where this Espurr is living. Only, it’s dilapidated, ruinous and seemingly abandoned. Obviously we know Espurr is living there, we’ve seen this sort of thing before. So when the gang turn up and mysterious things happen, this isn’t much of a surprise. But that isn’t what got me. This is when he starts telling his story up there.You see, Espurr had a very elderly owner. She doted on the little thing. She loved him. But he was very young. He didn’t realise what she had going on. So when her condition worsened she didn’t want to upset the poor guy. So she sent him out to collect flowers so that he wouldn’t need to worry when she passed away. It worked, but when he came back, seeing that house empty? That got me. That brought a tear to my eye.
deepermadness:

This is undoubtedly the saddest thing I’ve seen in this show in the longest time. Let me fill you guys in.When the episode begins we see the gang turn up at the mansion where this Espurr is living. Only, it’s dilapidated, ruinous and seemingly abandoned. Obviously we know Espurr is living there, we’ve seen this sort of thing before. So when the gang turn up and mysterious things happen, this isn’t much of a surprise. But that isn’t what got me. This is when he starts telling his story up there.You see, Espurr had a very elderly owner. She doted on the little thing. She loved him. But he was very young. He didn’t realise what she had going on. So when her condition worsened she didn’t want to upset the poor guy. So she sent him out to collect flowers so that he wouldn’t need to worry when she passed away. It worked, but when he came back, seeing that house empty? That got me. That brought a tear to my eye.
deepermadness:

This is undoubtedly the saddest thing I’ve seen in this show in the longest time. Let me fill you guys in.When the episode begins we see the gang turn up at the mansion where this Espurr is living. Only, it’s dilapidated, ruinous and seemingly abandoned. Obviously we know Espurr is living there, we’ve seen this sort of thing before. So when the gang turn up and mysterious things happen, this isn’t much of a surprise. But that isn’t what got me. This is when he starts telling his story up there.You see, Espurr had a very elderly owner. She doted on the little thing. She loved him. But he was very young. He didn’t realise what she had going on. So when her condition worsened she didn’t want to upset the poor guy. So she sent him out to collect flowers so that he wouldn’t need to worry when she passed away. It worked, but when he came back, seeing that house empty? That got me. That brought a tear to my eye.
deepermadness:

This is undoubtedly the saddest thing I’ve seen in this show in the longest time. Let me fill you guys in.When the episode begins we see the gang turn up at the mansion where this Espurr is living. Only, it’s dilapidated, ruinous and seemingly abandoned. Obviously we know Espurr is living there, we’ve seen this sort of thing before. So when the gang turn up and mysterious things happen, this isn’t much of a surprise. But that isn’t what got me. This is when he starts telling his story up there.You see, Espurr had a very elderly owner. She doted on the little thing. She loved him. But he was very young. He didn’t realise what she had going on. So when her condition worsened she didn’t want to upset the poor guy. So she sent him out to collect flowers so that he wouldn’t need to worry when she passed away. It worked, but when he came back, seeing that house empty? That got me. That brought a tear to my eye.
deepermadness:

This is undoubtedly the saddest thing I’ve seen in this show in the longest time. Let me fill you guys in.When the episode begins we see the gang turn up at the mansion where this Espurr is living. Only, it’s dilapidated, ruinous and seemingly abandoned. Obviously we know Espurr is living there, we’ve seen this sort of thing before. So when the gang turn up and mysterious things happen, this isn’t much of a surprise. But that isn’t what got me. This is when he starts telling his story up there.You see, Espurr had a very elderly owner. She doted on the little thing. She loved him. But he was very young. He didn’t realise what she had going on. So when her condition worsened she didn’t want to upset the poor guy. So she sent him out to collect flowers so that he wouldn’t need to worry when she passed away. It worked, but when he came back, seeing that house empty? That got me. That brought a tear to my eye.
deepermadness:

This is undoubtedly the saddest thing I’ve seen in this show in the longest time. Let me fill you guys in.When the episode begins we see the gang turn up at the mansion where this Espurr is living. Only, it’s dilapidated, ruinous and seemingly abandoned. Obviously we know Espurr is living there, we’ve seen this sort of thing before. So when the gang turn up and mysterious things happen, this isn’t much of a surprise. But that isn’t what got me. This is when he starts telling his story up there.You see, Espurr had a very elderly owner. She doted on the little thing. She loved him. But he was very young. He didn’t realise what she had going on. So when her condition worsened she didn’t want to upset the poor guy. So she sent him out to collect flowers so that he wouldn’t need to worry when she passed away. It worked, but when he came back, seeing that house empty? That got me. That brought a tear to my eye.
deepermadness:

This is undoubtedly the saddest thing I’ve seen in this show in the longest time. Let me fill you guys in.When the episode begins we see the gang turn up at the mansion where this Espurr is living. Only, it’s dilapidated, ruinous and seemingly abandoned. Obviously we know Espurr is living there, we’ve seen this sort of thing before. So when the gang turn up and mysterious things happen, this isn’t much of a surprise. But that isn’t what got me. This is when he starts telling his story up there.You see, Espurr had a very elderly owner. She doted on the little thing. She loved him. But he was very young. He didn’t realise what she had going on. So when her condition worsened she didn’t want to upset the poor guy. So she sent him out to collect flowers so that he wouldn’t need to worry when she passed away. It worked, but when he came back, seeing that house empty? That got me. That brought a tear to my eye.

deepermadness:

This is undoubtedly the saddest thing I’ve seen in this show in the longest time. Let me fill you guys in.

When the episode begins we see the gang turn up at the mansion where this Espurr is living. Only, it’s dilapidated, ruinous and seemingly abandoned. Obviously we know Espurr is living there, we’ve seen this sort of thing before. So when the gang turn up and mysterious things happen, this isn’t much of a surprise. But that isn’t what got me. This is when he starts telling his story up there.

You see, Espurr had a very elderly owner. She doted on the little thing. She loved him. But he was very young. He didn’t realise what she had going on. So when her condition worsened she didn’t want to upset the poor guy. So she sent him out to collect flowers so that he wouldn’t need to worry when she passed away. It worked, but when he came back, seeing that house empty? That got me. That brought a tear to my eye.

Reblogged on 30 Sep 2014 from allthefreakinusernamesaretaken
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