The End is NOT near
laurenashleybishop:

heyveronica:

sleepybrowneyes:

seifukucat:

googled “dog swearing” and wasn’t disappointed

His fucking look of determination. Like, “you’re going to fucking jail Greg.”

greg is fucked

"so help you dog"

Today on TheEndisNOTNear, everybody hates Greg.

laurenashleybishop:

heyveronica:

sleepybrowneyes:

seifukucat:

googled “dog swearing” and wasn’t disappointed

His fucking look of determination. Like, “you’re going to fucking jail Greg.”

greg is fucked

"so help you dog"

Today on TheEndisNOTNear, everybody hates Greg.

Greg.

Greg.

Greg.

5uzanne:

Skyrim physics

Harryhausen’d

5uzanne:

Skyrim physics

Harryhausen’d

factsandchicks:

Singer Tom Waits successfully sued the LAPD. He was wrongfully arrested for disturbing the peace when, outside a coffee shop, he intervened a group of men who were bullying other patrons. The bullies were plainclothes officers.
source

factsandchicks:

Singer Tom Waits successfully sued the LAPD. He was wrongfully arrested for disturbing the peace when, outside a coffee shop, he intervened a group of men who were bullying other patrons. The bullies were plainclothes officers.

source

Really? That many people filming their cats at the exact moment they were sneezing in the 21stcenturyokyeah thatsactuallypossible, but I still bet some of the cats are just hungover.

treylane:

 
softsobek:

stunningpicture:
Very clear water.

softsobek:

stunningpicture:

Very clear water.

Schadenfreude

yahwehiam:

I’m delighted at how disappointed you all are with your perpetually shitty, network sitcom sexy vampire fiction. Death to LCD comedy! sexy vampire fiction.

Two decades of this shit. C’mon.

On Pizza

brandonbird:

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Here’s a thing that’s maybe interesting that I found while reading on the can going through old comics. Above is a pin-up in the back of the Leonardo one-shot, published at the end of 1986. The only credit given is “Andy.” The original TMNT comics were all self-published, and Eastman and Laird would often print fan art (sometimes from other semi-famous indie comic book artists) in the back. The unusual thing about this is that I’m pretty sure this is the first instance *ever* of pizza being mentioned in connection to the Turtles. Nowhere else in the original comics do the Turtles ever eat pizza or talk about pizza; it’s pretty much an invention of the cartoon show, which started a year later. Here, I think it’s to make a simple “practice/pizza” alliteration joke, but I bet some animation writer saw this and made the connection, “Oh, those are the top two things the Turtles are into, ninja moves and pizza.” So there you go: the Ninja Turtles’ famous obsession with pizza came from a semi-anonymous fan.