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touchofgrey37:

lord-kitschener:

grumpyguns:

squidowlrobot:

the-tonberry:

reaill:

babestuck:

i WANT AN OTAMATONE THEYRE SO ANNOYING

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I am obligated to reblog this on the grounds that it is insanely annoying and I want it.

oh my god. i cannot stop laughing 

oh my god they’re really cute and i;m laughing so hard

The top comment on the YouTube video says all you need to know:

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James I found the instrument for you.

oh this was not good first thing in the morning

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I really don’t have words anymore for this man just please stop him 

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alekzmx:

Zac Efron & Wes Bentley

picturing Zac with a slightly older protective boyfriend, and really liking it

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noisyhope:

Portable air conditioner at my office that has lived by my desk since July. I’ve had enough and now it’s part of our decor. For Halloween, he’s going to be R2D2.

noisyhope:

Portable air conditioner at my office that has lived by my desk since July. I’ve had enough and now it’s part of our decor. For Halloween, he’s going to be R2D2.

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blaaargh:

In the 25 episodes of the original Scooby Doo, Where Are You? cartoon, our gang comes across four deserted mansions, two abandoned castles and an empty ski resort, amusement park, ghost town, mine, Hawaiian village, airfield and mill. And of the 27 villains the gang encounters, 23 are motivated by monetary gain via theft, smuggling or land speculation. The Mystery Machine crew isn’t running into domestic disputes or drug-related crimes. They are dealing exclusively with people who need money so badly that they voluntarily squat in the basements of abandoned houses for the off-chance of landing a paycheck. And if the villains don’t need money, they need work. The remaining four motives? Winning a dog show, getting an acting gig, revenge for getting fired and a hatred of robots.

[…] And Scooby-Doo villains are not run-of-the-mill criminals: They all have the uncanny ability to manufacture realistic monster costumes, project full-scale holograms and carve out high-tech hideouts in abandoned mineshafts. Many of them already had impressive vocational skills prior to their criminal lives — three of the villains were PhDs, two were lawyers, one had the ability to produce near-identical forged paintings, one could repair boats, one was a magician, one was a stuntman and one could hypnotize people.

See that? That’s the educational system, art world, maritime engineering and entertainment industries — all in the toilet. Each of these villains showed creativity, intelligence, diligence and ambition. In our world, they would easily be employed, maybe even famous. But, in the universe of Scooby-Doo, it simply wasn’t enough. The Scooby gang ran into a new, desperate genius every single week for decades. Either brilliance is simply run-of-the-mill in their universe, or else the entire economy has collapsed, and what we’re witnessing is the death throes of society itself.

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fuckyeahdench:



Photo shows Judi Dench as Lady Macbeth and Ian McKellen as Macbeth.
Act 2 Scene 2
Lady Macbeth Retire we to our chamber; / A little water clears us of this deed: / How easy is it, then!
Lady Macbeth takes back the daggers, placing them next to Duncan’s sleeping chamberlains, and then returns to her husband to suggest they go back to their room and wash the blood from their hands. The bright red blood contrasts with the severe black costumes.
Photo: Joe Cocks Studio Collection © Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

fuckyeahdench:

Photo shows Judi Dench as Lady Macbeth and Ian McKellen as Macbeth.

Act 2 Scene 2

Lady Macbeth Retire we to our chamber; / A little water clears us of this deed: / How easy is it, then!

Lady Macbeth takes back the daggers, placing them next to Duncan’s sleeping chamberlains, and then returns to her husband to suggest they go back to their room and wash the blood from their hands. The bright red blood contrasts with the severe black costumes.

Photo: Joe Cocks Studio Collection © Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

(Source: rsc.org.uk, via thelibrarina)

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