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unregistered-hypercam2:

unregistered-hypercam2:

this nice old man on the train started talking talking to me about acronyms like LOL and ROFL (which is a conversation I can’t resist) and he told me to get his prototype acronym famous with the kids: FMLO: Farting My Laugh Out

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wizzard890:

yeltsinwasright:

kosherqueer:

armisael:

i know its supposed to be like social list but did anyone think this through

organize the things you love, like the economy

collaborate in the workplace

share lists, photos, and the means of production

Production DesignMoon (2009)

Well, my generation of geek was a big fan of films like ‘Outland’ and ‘Silent Running’ and the original ‘Alien.’ Those kinds of science fiction movies were more about the character and sort of human qualities than about the technology. I love those films and I miss those films in some ways, and we wanted to create something which felt comfortable within that canon of those science fiction films from the sort of late seventies to early eighties. - director Duncan Jones; P.D. by Tony Noble

womanhouse:

vacancyprojects:

Kanye West going crazy to A-ha’s “Take On Me”

I just watched this 15 times

brobecks:

"tired" isn’t even a temporary state for me anymore it’s just an inherent part of my personality at this point

timmywafflepeep:

rabbitlegs:

I am a shadow, the true self

josephsk:

brycewestgaard

Pokémon protagonists with their lower halves replaced by their counterparts of the opposite gender.

Here is the source for the male protagonists done by @urizanejyoutyu.

I thought I’d give a go at it too so I did a 2nd one for the female protagonists.

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"Do not call the shorts white trash! Look at this! Look at this! Look what I can do!"

Natalie Dormer at the People’s Ones To Watch Event in Los Angeles (October 9)



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summonertruth:

cloudfaeries-moved:

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//Shyvanna has the moves.

starrydiadems:

From Macbeth by William Shakespeare (1611).

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hollyoakhill:

do you ever think about how little Michelangelo cared