liamdryden:

This is… oddly uplifting?

liamdryden:

This is… oddly uplifting?

(Source: freaksalad, via thebearinthecamp)

presidentmikasa:

twisted-oak:

The Big Bang Theory with the laugh track removed is just 4 people being mean to an autistic man

this is The Best Post

That’s not true!
There’s so much more to the Big Bang Theory!
Like four men being sexist to their trophy girlfriends
And a high-class indian man being used as a mouthpiece for racism against indians (but it’s not racist because the white writer’s talking through the indian character)
And did I mention the sexism?

(via captainwingedwolf)

Dresden Files Campaign

outofcontextdnd:

"We don’t need magic, we’re perfectly capable of performing arson on our own!"

meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Don Maitz
Elric . .  .   .     .        .            again

meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Don Maitz


Elric . .  .   .     .        .            again

(via meanwhilebackinthedungeon)

pancakereport:

WE NEED MORE WOMEN IN POP PUNK/ALTERNATIVE/ROCK SO IF YOU’RE A GIRL AND YOU’RE READING THIS AND IT’S YOUR DREAM TO BE IN A BAND OR BE AN ARTIST THEN I WANT YOU TO STOP AT NOTHING TO ACHIEVE YOUR DREAMS

(via badwolfroseandcrownsoufflegirl)

valkubus:

mycroftsbooty:

shslspookyscary:

adropofred:

comment s’appelle un chien qui vend des médicaments?

un pharmachien

why the fuck is this joke in french and why there is 26k notes am i missing something important

something really important

what do you call a dog that sells drugs?

a pharmacy

yeah it’s really only funny in french

(via the-heir-of-trickery)

unfollow-immediately:

unfollow-immediately:

the government should tax single straight men

that fee when no gf

(via microstank)

rainbowbarnacle:

erynelanor:

a dudebro goes over to the frankenstein place and says “ugh, heavy makeup and fishnets are such an unattractive trend.” tim curry screams “I DIDN’T WEAR IT FOR YOU” and kills him with a pickax and then everyone eats him

image

(Source: transisted, via sonicfruitsalad)

thatwetshirt:

A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)

(via ornithomantist)