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coelasquid:

thegreatpotatoking:

This is the single most important invention of 2014. No question about it.

Is this the real life

Kevin!  I found a thing you might need!

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audiencezombie:

koulin:

gamercrunch:

This guy knows how to Far Cry

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WHAT THE FUCK HOW DO YOU EVEN DO THAT

I… I love this.  I love how calm and level headed he is about luring a man into a spot to be crushed by a car that he launched with an explosion.

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r-dart:

A friend drew me a mermaid, so I drew one back.

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jesuisblasee:

dear old dude selling stuff at the game science booth: thank you for informing me that my black lipstick is “unbecoming” and that i should sell it to a batman cosplayer! not only have you insulted me and some other guy, but you have guaranteed that i will never by precision gaming dice or any of your other shitty products!

Note to self: do not buy the overpriced dice of Game Science.  They hire dicks.

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prmartyls:

By far the stupidest criticism of the new Thor is ‘no where in Norse mythology is Thor a woman, stop messing with mythology.’

Right, because Norse mythology is just fucking filled with stories about Thor hanging out with Iron Man and Captain America at the Avengers Tower.

But remember that time in Norse mythology where Thor was a frog?  Or that time Thor was a horse-headed alien dude?  Or when Thor was a weird Punisher rip-off with a braided ponytail?  No?  Then that must mean the comic is not straight Norse mythology and has its own rules one of which being that ANYONE can be Thor, as long as they are worthy of his name.

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sirkowski:

belindapendragon:

kobetyrant:

HOW IS THIS NOT EVERYWHERE?

Reblogging this good news…again.

Why is this not everywhere? Because IQ tests don’t mean shit.

That and IQ is also averaged among your age group.  This kid is still really smart, and should be praised and given some well needed attention, but an IQ of 162 for an 11 year old just means he knows 62% more than the average person his age, and even that is subjective.  By all means, he should keep studying and challenging himself, but if he stagnates, that IQ goes down as he gets older, until he’s at adulthood.

All in all, cool to hear he’s so smart, but unless he does something with it (or is allowed to do something with it, as the case is sometimes), it’s just a neat thing to hear.

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Queer "headcanons"

dragonsigma:

ughsocialjustice:

The fact that the title of the yourfaveisqueer blog is “Queer until proven cishet” really says something. The fact that someone I followed posted that “headcanoning” someone as cis is outright boring really says something.

The main being that Tumblr is…

Thank you for this.

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revenge-of-the-sock-puppets:

tattooposer:

wait what

THIS IS THE GREATEST THING I HAVE EVER BEEN A PART OF ON TUMBLR MY LIFE IS WORTH IT.

Actually, it’s a bit worse than that.  Just before the decision was made, everyone at Marvel basically said, “The only place for Peter and Gwen’s relationship to go is for them to get married, but they’re far too young for that.  So either we contrive some reason for them to break up out of nowhere, or we kill Gwen kind of out of nowhere.”

And then they killed Gwen.

It’s modern interpretations that paint Gwen as this martyr for plot development, because that’s all she’s remembered for.  Not being Mary Jane’s best friend, or even being just as smart as Peter Parker was.  All Gwen does is die now. (except in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN, where it didn’t go long enough to reach that point) She died, not to drive the plot forward, but because they couldn’t think of anything else to do with her other than get married.  Kind of ironic given modern comic’s view on marriage.

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sirkowski:

This looks cute. Is it any good?

It’s actually pretty funny.  It’s about obsession, delusions, and looking back on your past and saying, “Dear God!  What was I thinking?”  The best are the fight scenes, as they flip back and forth between the imaginary magic battles they see in their heads and the real life scuffles that are closer to slap fights with umbrellas and ladles.  It’s got some weak points here and there, but as a whole it’s good.

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hauriret:

star trek captain shaming.

Actually, the best part of this is that Kirk looks like he doesn’t give two shits.  Like, the rest of them all look slightly ashamed that they broke the ONE FUCKING RULE YOU DON’T BREAK OR ELSE YOU GET KROGANS, and Kirk is like, “Shit yeah, I broke that.  I’ll break all the rules!  Hey, Spock!  Come look at all the rules I broke!  You too, Bones.  Hell, get the whole ship up here!  Even Rand.  Yes, Rand.  That blonde chick in the red outfit.  Yes, she’s real.”

Though I will say that Sisko shouldn’t look too ashamed, because the whole reason he works as a character is highlighted in that one monologue he gives about doing what had to be done, which in turn puts a giant middle finger to Roddenberry’s original premise of a Utopic Earth.  But whatever.  Still a great picture. 

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