October 18, 2014
blubbiepie:

xtelepathx-cerebro:

can-u-not-my-wayward-son:

not to mention drinking hot drinks. steamy glasses will be the death of me

Emptying a steamy dishwasher. Pouring out a hot pan of water. Rain. Sand. Random scratches that just appear in your vision.

DONT GET ME STARTED ON SHOWERS

AND WHEN IT’S COLD.
AND YOU WANT TO COVER YOUR FACE.
AND YOU CAN’T.
BECAUSE COVERING ANYTHING CLOSE TO YOUR NOSE MAKES YOUR GLASSES FOG.

blubbiepie:

xtelepathx-cerebro:

can-u-not-my-wayward-son:

not to mention drinking hot drinks. steamy glasses will be the death of me

Emptying a steamy dishwasher. Pouring out a hot pan of water. Rain. Sand. Random scratches that just appear in your vision.

DONT GET ME STARTED ON SHOWERS

AND WHEN IT’S COLD.

AND YOU WANT TO COVER YOUR FACE.

AND YOU CAN’T.

BECAUSE COVERING ANYTHING CLOSE TO YOUR NOSE MAKES YOUR GLASSES FOG.

(Source: robochai, via tyleroakley)

October 18, 2014

digitalpubliclibraryofamerica:

Winnie-the-Pooh and friends premiered in A.A. Milne’s first Winnie-the-Pooh book this week in 1926. But everyone’s favorite Hundred Acre Wood residents lived somewhere else first—the toy box of Milne’s son, (the real) Christopher Robin. The toys, including Christopher Robin’s stuffed teddy bear, were the inspiration behind the famous book series. 

Courtesy of the New York Public Library. 

1. The Winnie-the-Pooh toy collection

2. Kanga

3. Eeyore. 

4. Piglet

5. Tigger

6. Winnie-the-Pooh

11:46pm
  
Filed under: winnie the pooh 
October 18, 2014

harryosburne:

lil-lady-hiddleston:

kyrstin:

bless this writer and this entire episode

Bless Mark Sheppard for delivering that flawlessly

the poison for kuzco, kuzcos’ poison

(Source: superwhollock, via we-are-team-free-wifi)

October 18, 2014

randomslasher:

zenpencils:

SIR KEN ROBINSON: Full body education

I’m fairly certain I’ve never seen one of these comics that didn’t make me cry. 

Kinda reminds me of Billy Elliot.

(via stands4things)

11:22pm
  
Filed under: dance education comic 
October 18, 2014

khaleesinewbooty:

dallonsmiles:

This Is Gospel (Piano Version)

fuck my entire ass

Yup.

(Source: dalloncreeps, via that-scottish-girl)

October 15, 2014
cat-onawall:

rainnecassidy:

cynics-and-romantics:

chris-evans-and-his-pizza:

shanology:

verysharpteeth:

I have to comment on the fact that when it comes to the serum, Bucky is souped UP on that stuff. Steve probably tones back how much he’s hitting normal humans, but GOOD LANDS. Bucky’s not just knocking someone down, he’s getting them air borne. With a kick. We know the cyborg arm is really strong, but BUCKY is insanely strong. Reminds me of the comic where he throws an arrow through someone’s face with his good arm, not even the cyborg one. Bucky is scary ramped up in the strength department.

This is why when people talk about Bucky having received an “inferior” version of the serum, I kind of raise my eyebrows. The overall effects of Zola’s serum might have differed from Erskine’s, but it certainly doesn’t seem to have left Bucky physically weaker. There are a lot of fics that assume Bucky would not be a match for Steve if Steve were actually willing to fight him, but Bucky more than proves his strength in Winter Soldier.

This should also make people realize that he isn’t some lost puppy. He can take care of hisself, even if he doesn’t have memories. He got the Smithsonian by himself right? He got those clothes himself right? He can take care of himself.

He was manipulated to be a predator. He is strong enough, swift enough to take down prey. He is intuitive enough to find who or what he wants. Even before The Soldier, Bucky was smart as a whip and could hold his own in a fight. But now? Now he is the perfect weapon, whether or not he wishes to be. He adapts, he fights, he wins.

You know what else bugs me? When people act in fics like he’s just going to snap and kill everyone around him.  Bucky is not a violent person.  I don’t think the Winter Soldier is a violent person either.  He killed because he was ordered to, but if he wasn’t ordered to?  TBH I think the Winter Soldier would probably be pretty chill and quiet.  Like, you wouldn’t want to startle him or whatever, because yeah, scary ninja personification of death, but if you were just, like, sharing a train car?  Or sitting in a waiting room?  Not a randomly violent guy.  No homicidal urges.  Probably largely just wants to be left the fuck alone to, like, contemplate Dostoevsky or something.

 Probably largely just wants to be left the fuck alone to, like, contemplate Dostoevsky or something.

Also would like to add some things:
1. Bucky/WS is the only person/entity that is able to handle Steve’s shield - both by stopping it mid-flight using one arm and not even flinching and also by throwing it so hard that it slams into a metal van and makes a hugely deep incision. And it’s not the vibrarium that is pulling that kind of weight (remember how Stark says it’s (I think) 1/3 the weight of regular steel?). It’s Steve’s (and Bucky’s) ability to produce that kind of force. Up to this point, ONLY Steve has been able to stop his shield and not get thrown around because of how much force that thing is packing.
2. Bucky ONLY fights against Steve on the helicarrier because it was his MISSION to do so - he explicitly states this multiple times while punching Steve in the face. And when he DECIDES not to make killing Steve his mission? He stops. AND THEN he chooses to go above and beyond his mission to save Steve from the Potomoc.
3. Bucky somehow gets through Air & Space’s crazy-ass security with a full metal arm? And he understands to keep his appearance on the dl? That takes practice.

cat-onawall:

rainnecassidy:

cynics-and-romantics:

chris-evans-and-his-pizza:

shanology:

verysharpteeth:

I have to comment on the fact that when it comes to the serum, Bucky is souped UP on that stuff. Steve probably tones back how much he’s hitting normal humans, but GOOD LANDS. Bucky’s not just knocking someone down, he’s getting them air borne. With a kick. We know the cyborg arm is really strong, but BUCKY is insanely strong. Reminds me of the comic where he throws an arrow through someone’s face with his good arm, not even the cyborg one. Bucky is scary ramped up in the strength department.

This is why when people talk about Bucky having received an “inferior” version of the serum, I kind of raise my eyebrows. The overall effects of Zola’s serum might have differed from Erskine’s, but it certainly doesn’t seem to have left Bucky physically weaker. There are a lot of fics that assume Bucky would not be a match for Steve if Steve were actually willing to fight him, but Bucky more than proves his strength in Winter Soldier.

This should also make people realize that he isn’t some lost puppy. He can take care of hisself, even if he doesn’t have memories. He got the Smithsonian by himself right? He got those clothes himself right? He can take care of himself.

He was manipulated to be a predator. He is strong enough, swift enough to take down prey. He is intuitive enough to find who or what he wants. Even before The Soldier, Bucky was smart as a whip and could hold his own in a fight. But now? Now he is the perfect weapon, whether or not he wishes to be. He adapts, he fights, he wins.

You know what else bugs me? When people act in fics like he’s just going to snap and kill everyone around him.  Bucky is not a violent person.  I don’t think the Winter Soldier is a violent person either.  He killed because he was ordered to, but if he wasn’t ordered to?  TBH I think the Winter Soldier would probably be pretty chill and quiet.  Like, you wouldn’t want to startle him or whatever, because yeah, scary ninja personification of death, but if you were just, like, sharing a train car?  Or sitting in a waiting room?  Not a randomly violent guy.  No homicidal urges.  Probably largely just wants to be left the fuck alone to, like, contemplate Dostoevsky or something.

Probably largely just wants to be left the fuck alone to, like, contemplate Dostoevsky or something.

Also would like to add some things:

1. Bucky/WS is the only person/entity that is able to handle Steve’s shield - both by stopping it mid-flight using one arm and not even flinching and also by throwing it so hard that it slams into a metal van and makes a hugely deep incision. And it’s not the vibrarium that is pulling that kind of weight (remember how Stark says it’s (I think) 1/3 the weight of regular steel?). It’s Steve’s (and Bucky’s) ability to produce that kind of force. Up to this point, ONLY Steve has been able to stop his shield and not get thrown around because of how much force that thing is packing.

2. Bucky ONLY fights against Steve on the helicarrier because it was his MISSION to do so - he explicitly states this multiple times while punching Steve in the face. And when he DECIDES not to make killing Steve his mission? He stops. AND THEN he chooses to go above and beyond his mission to save Steve from the Potomoc.

3. Bucky somehow gets through Air & Space’s crazy-ass security with a full metal arm? And he understands to keep his appearance on the dl? That takes practice.

(Source: d-white211, via therealdeepsix)

September 18, 2014
explore-blog:

A literary map of London – the best thing since this "Booklover’s Map" of America from 1933.
Pair with an illustrated tour of literary geography.

explore-blog:

A literary map of London – the best thing since this "Booklover’s Map" of America from 1933.

Pair with an illustrated tour of literary geography.

(via theashleyclements)

5:38pm
  
Filed under: nerdy literature map text 
September 14, 2014

czarcastic-dog:

nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

narwhalqueens:

a movie about two asexual aromantic best friends who have a best friend marriage for tax benefits

that does not end with a scene of swelling music and passionate kiss where they realize they really do love each other after all

It ends with a fist bump or something. I’m on board. 

Wasn’t this (kind of) the premise for I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry?

(via we-are-team-free-wifi)

September 12, 2014

(Source: weloveshortvideos.com, via zooeyxglass)

10:50pm
  
Filed under: babies vine adorable 
September 12, 2014

 (via elucipher)

Even when you look closely, you still can’t believe that every woman is played by the same actress.

(Source: thecloneclub, via orphanblack)

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