July 11, 2014


Rachel and Logan

Like we didn’t see that coming from 1000000 miles away.

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Man, when s4 started I was really existed about Harvey and Mike being on opposite sides of the table. They know each other so well, I said. It’ll be fun seeing all the moves and counter moves they’d pull to one up each other, I said. 

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runyoucleverwinchester:

consultingprankster:

moriarty:

rumbleroars:

starfleetgrad:

haaheien:

raggedydean:

sherlockcrashedthetardis:

IM TRYING TO CREATE A GIF SET BUT I CXANT STOP LAUGHING

someone please reverse this gif

here you go



Please Please Please PLEASEsomeone photoshop pizza flying into his mouth

girl i gotchu


THIS JUST KEEPS GETTING BETTER

i hate love you all

This one will always be my favorite.

runyoucleverwinchester:

consultingprankster:

moriarty:

rumbleroars:

starfleetgrad:

haaheien:

raggedydean:

sherlockcrashedthetardis:

IM TRYING TO CREATE A GIF SET BUT I CXANT STOP LAUGHING

someone please reverse this gif

here you go

Please Please Please PLEASE
someone photoshop pizza flying into his mouth

girl i gotchu

image

THIS JUST KEEPS GETTING BETTER

i hate love you all

This one will always be my favorite.

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chrysallidem:

The Scorpionfly (Panorpa communis) may look like the offspring of a scorpion and a wasp, but they are in fact completely harmless, living off dead insects that they sometimes take from spiderwebs. What looks like a stinger is actually the male’s genitals.

Scorpionflies have been around since the Mesozoic age (250-66 million years ago) and are believed to be the forerunners of most modern moths and butterflies.

Classification: Animalia - Arthropoda - Insecta - Mecoptera - Panorpidae - Panorpa

Image credits: 1, 2, 3.

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July 10, 2014


Does anyone know anyone interested in a collection of vintage and all around old as balls cameras? They need a bit of repair and restoration (okay, a lot), though. 

There’s a bunch of Polariods (some as big as laptops), think some Super 8s, Brownies, and others. The odd flash bulb attachment. 

My grandma’s collection got drug out of storage and figured I’d at least try to find it a home that wasn’t the trash.

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kierennwalkerr:

In the Flesh + Real World Issues

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moosekingofhell:

Why are the people who cast movies so scared of 10-17 year olds??? You know what movie franchise cast properly aged actors?

Harry Fucking Potter.

You know what movie franchise is super frickin successful?

Yeah.

Please God stop aging up characters. Trust me, we’ll wanna see the movie.

Why are the people who cast movies so scared of 10-17 year olds???

Child labor laws and regulations.

(Source: stilinskiswhoremouth)

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July 9, 2014


Fiddling with my “evil” bard. I already know I didn’t want to do a vanilla bard, not for our evil campaign. But I can’t quite decide which variant to use, though I’ve narrowed it down to two: the Blade or the Harbinger.

I can’t decide.

EDIT:

I JSUIT FUCKING REALIZED

The Blade is a 2nd ed class kit and the changes have to do 2nd ed. features. The Harbinger is a 3+ ed variant and those changes have to do with 3+ ed features.

And our DM plays a combo mix of 2nd and 3+.

So, technically, I could maybe probably do a Blade/Harbinger mix. It might take some finagling. Or begging.

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If all else fails, I can tell my DM that in the long run this character will just be making things harder for myself. Since after our evil group finishes their rampage, it’ll be up to one of our good groups to hunt them down and stop ‘em. 

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Had two wisdom teeth removed this morning. Quite fun. I was there for an hour-n-half but it was all waiting room time and waiting for numbing agents to kick in. The actual removal took maybe two minutes, tops. Get to go back in Saturday morning to get my molar crown fixed. Apparently my dentist accidentally knocked it loose when he was removing the tooth next to it. But he said since it was his fault, he’d put it back for free. Which is nice.

Can’t quite tell how different things feel yet, because shits still aching from the removal and the dozen or so needle holes. The worst part’s going to be not getting a dry socket. I have a habit of sucking my teeth, like, a lot. :/

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