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starfleetinginterest:

what if the coins you find randomly at the bottom of drawers and in between couch cushions are actually from spiders trying to pay rent

UPDATE on asshole Vance McCallister

assholeofday:

Yesterday we named Rep. Vance McAllister Asshole of the Day for his hypocrisy about being a nice guy while having an affair with a staffer.

But there’s more— he fired her too!

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The Politburo of Teabilly Mockery’s Page sent me this, pointing out how the story…

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punkset:

willow-shaman:

goddess-of-moss:

psychedelicatessenn:

smoke-thc-drop-lsd:

kind of what its like to be on acid

holy shit

mmmm moving earth

The reason why things look like this on LSD is because you are processing light and information a 100x faster than “normal”.

Fuck yes

punkset:

willow-shaman:

goddess-of-moss:

psychedelicatessenn:

smoke-thc-drop-lsd:

kind of what its like to be on acid

holy shit

mmmm moving earth

The reason why things look like this on LSD is because you are processing light and information a 100x faster than “normal”.

Fuck yes

(Source: m0od)


The way they make the family dynamic work in this show is what makes it consistently superb to me. Yeah, it’s embracing misfits, and it’s portraying a family that is devoted to each other and obviously loves one another. But you get some of each of those in other cartoons (and sitcoms); Bob’s Burgers manages to marry those two things perfectly and apply it to the Belchers every week. […] But instead of making the characters into caricatures that grate on the audience and each other, they made them a working family that knows and loves each others’ uniqueness. (x)
The way they make the family dynamic work in this show is what makes it consistently superb to me. Yeah, it’s embracing misfits, and it’s portraying a family that is devoted to each other and obviously loves one another. But you get some of each of those in other cartoons (and sitcoms); Bob’s Burgers manages to marry those two things perfectly and apply it to the Belchers every week. […] But instead of making the characters into caricatures that grate on the audience and each other, they made them a working family that knows and loves each others’ uniqueness. (x)

gameraboy:

"it’s a small world" at the 1964 New York World’s Fair. Via youtube.

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twistedlandstourguide:

voicefromthepoor:

A disgusting view for anyone to have, his. 

He’s a Classic Republican- he couldn’t find his own ass using both hands and a road map.

twistedlandstourguide:

voicefromthepoor:

A disgusting view for anyone to have, his. 

He’s a Classic Republican- he couldn’t find his own ass using both hands and a road map.

blowing-dean:

the-legend-of-appa:

camwhoreconfessional:

fghtffyrdmnsx:

oh my god

best.ever.

is that another guinea pig in his stew?

Yes

(Source: tastefullyoffensive)

baelor:

SCARY MOVIES SET IN HOUSES ARE THE WORST

LIVE IN A HOUSE

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"But I wanted it blue!" "Now, dear, we decided pink was her color" "YOU decided!"

"But I wanted it blue!" "Now, dear, we decided pink was her color" "YOU decided!"

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tardis221b:

DO YOU EVER WANT TO BE IN A RELATIONSHIP BUT AT THE SAME TIME YOU’RE SCARED OF BEING IN A RELATIONSHIP