Wow, that's pretty and/or disturbing

mallelis:

DIRTBAG APOLLO

APOLLO: so do you come here to this river a lot
DAPHNE: i’m so sorry
have we met?
APOLLO: we havent met
but you know me
DAPHNE: sorry?
APOLLO: ever seen THE SUN
DAPHNE: what?
APOLLO: youre welcome
hey let me touch your skin for a while
DAPHNE: i have to
no
[DAPHNE turns into a tree to escape him]
APOLLO: so do you
turn into trees a lot

jenngeek:

it took me a moment to figure out Kate’s costume BUT WHEN I DID.

jenngeek:

it took me a moment to figure out Kate’s costume BUT WHEN I DID.

hawkeye vs. deadpool #001

-teesa-:

9.4.14

Michael Che speaks to Jim Gilchrist, president of the Minuteman Project, about the “invasion” of immigrant children.

shesherowngirl:

excdcs:

Lionsgate released some haunting teaser posters for the upcoming, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

THESE ARE SO INSANELY COOL THO.

inspire-wolf:

mekau:

we-r-groots:

mydoyoufondue:

daily-asgardian-news:

Earth’s Mightiest Heroes? What a bunch of a-holes!

THIS IS SO BETTER THAN THE ORIGINAL TRAILER WTF

TONY STARK AS TONY STARK I’M DYING

THIS IS FANFREAKINGTASTIC OH MY GOSH

EVERYONE STOP WHAT YOURE DOING YOU HAVE TO WATCH THIS

danoftomorrow:

butchrosser:

breanieswordvomit:

 

nerdy-south:

tehgreyfox:

"Every Thanksgiving table should be blessed with the presence of a long-married pair who bring out the best in each other, are completely enamored despite their differences, and leave every other guest thinking, I’ll have what they’re having. Our holiday pies honor such so there’s a pleasant mix of textures and flavors in every bite. No matter how you slice partnerships, each spotlighting the perfect marriage of crust and filling these six irresistible desserts, there is a whole lot to love."
 -Martha Stewart crafts beautiful shade

This is so fucking rude, I love it.


Oh Martha

This is why you don’t fuck with ex-cons, kids.

I really do love Martha Stewart sometimes.

danoftomorrow:

butchrosser:

breanieswordvomit:

 

nerdy-south:

tehgreyfox:

"Every Thanksgiving table should be blessed with the presence of a long-married pair who bring out the best in each other, are completely enamored despite their differences, and leave every other guest thinking, I’ll have what they’re having. Our holiday pies honor such so there’s a pleasant mix of textures and flavors in every bite. No matter how you slice partnerships, each spotlighting the perfect marriage of crust and filling these six irresistible desserts, there is a whole lot to love."


-Martha Stewart crafts beautiful shade

This is so fucking rude, I love it.

Oh Martha

This is why you don’t fuck with ex-cons, kids.

I really do love Martha Stewart sometimes.

Book Questions!
1: What is your favorite book?
2: What was the last book you read?
3: What is the worst book you've ever read?
4: Top 7 book characters.
5: What is your favorite genre?
6: Book you cried the hardest reading?
7: Book you laughed the hardest reading?
8: Which book character(s) do you most relate to?
9: Favorite author(s)?
10: Do you judge books by their covers?
11: What is your favorite quote from a book?
12: Which book do you recommend to friends and family most?
13: Which book is so special to you that you don't share it with others?
14: Do you have any signed books?
15: Have you met any authors?
16: Buy books new, used, or go to the library?
17: Where is your favorite place to read?
18: Prefer books set in the past or the future?
19: What 5 elements would your ideal book have?
20: Do you ever hope to publish your own book?
21: Prefer stand alone or series?
22: Do you mark/highlight/dog ear your books or keep them in perfect condition?
23: Hardbacks or paperbacks?
24: Do you watch any booktubers?
25: Have you read _______?
26: Do you like twist endings?
27: Do you reread books?
28: E-readers or physical copies of books?
29: A book that makes you feel comforted?
30: Would you rather read any ending that makes you feel happy or sad?
31: Favorite villain in a book?
32: Do you like to write reviews when you finish a book?
33: Do you experience "book hangovers"?
34: Favorite book cover(s)?
35: Send me a book recommendation?
nprfreshair:

Novelist Gary Shteyngart was a wheezing, asthmatic and fearful 7-year-old when he and his parents emigrated from the Soviet Union to Queens, New York, in 1979. (This was soon after America negotiated a trade deal with the Soviets that included allowing Jews to immigrate to Israel, Canada or the U.S.) 
The relocation meant little Shteyngart was suddenly living in the country he had been taught was the enemy. His parents, who had been prevented from practicing Judaism in the Soviet Union, sent Shteyngart to a Hebrew school in Queens, where he felt lost and despised. 

"My problem was that I didn’t know any English. So on top of not knowing any English, there was another language, Hebrew, which was even harder, that they were trying to teach me. It was too much. …
And at home we had no television so I couldn’t learn English from TV, so for the first years in Hebrew school I would sit apart from everyone at the cafeteria … and I would just have long conversations in Russian with myself … in this gigantic fur hat and fur coat, speaking in a language that nobody understood. And all the kids would run up to me and do the crazy sign and laugh and laugh and laugh, but I wouldn’t stop because that was the only language that would make me comfortable. … In speaking it, I could pretend that the people I loved were around me.”

'You Can't Be This Furry' And Other Life Lessons From Gary Shteyngart

Author of the most horribly sexist authorial insert book I’ve read published this century. It is truly terrible.

nprfreshair:

Novelist Gary Shteyngart was a wheezing, asthmatic and fearful 7-year-old when he and his parents emigrated from the Soviet Union to Queens, New York, in 1979. (This was soon after America negotiated a trade deal with the Soviets that included allowing Jews to immigrate to Israel, Canada or the U.S.) 

The relocation meant little Shteyngart was suddenly living in the country he had been taught was the enemy. His parents, who had been prevented from practicing Judaism in the Soviet Union, sent Shteyngart to a Hebrew school in Queens, where he felt lost and despised. 

"My problem was that I didn’t know any English. So on top of not knowing any English, there was another language, Hebrew, which was even harder, that they were trying to teach me. It was too much. …

And at home we had no television so I couldn’t learn English from TV, so for the first years in Hebrew school I would sit apart from everyone at the cafeteria … and I would just have long conversations in Russian with myself … in this gigantic fur hat and fur coat, speaking in a language that nobody understood. And all the kids would run up to me and do the crazy sign and laugh and laugh and laugh, but I wouldn’t stop because that was the only language that would make me comfortable. … In speaking it, I could pretend that the people I loved were around me.”

'You Can't Be This Furry' And Other Life Lessons From Gary Shteyngart

Author of the most horribly sexist authorial insert book I’ve read published this century. It is truly terrible.

colleendoran:

geardrops:

thelifeofacatlady:

beben-eleben:

Cat-Thieves That Were Caught Red-Pawed

Hahahah cats are the greatest

i love cats look at these goddamn nerds

I am going to look at this all day.

We had a cat that stole a hotdog through the drawbridge of a lego castle when I was a kid. I really wish there was video of that.