33 Notes
nerdmeister:

R.L. Stine is a Spooksville fan.
I only mention it because…
R.L. STINE IS A SPOOKSVILLE FAN!

nerdmeister:

R.L. Stine is a Spooksville fan.

I only mention it because…

R.L. STINE IS A SPOOKSVILLE FAN!

1 month ago
21645 Notes
vintagegal:

Disney’s Peter Pan (1953)

The mermaid on the left is going to have a bad case of pentapox when she eventually takes them off.

vintagegal:

Disney’s Peter Pan (1953)

The mermaid on the left is going to have a bad case of pentapox when she eventually takes them off.

1 year ago
997 Notes
The more I “hear” Henry Rollins talk the more I like him.

The more I “hear” Henry Rollins talk the more I like him.

(via kateordie)

1 year ago
652 Notes
This picture imcompasees everything i love about Voyager. 

This picture imcompasees everything i love about Voyager. 

(via do-you-have-a-flag)

1 year ago
2170 Notes
snoggered:

turquoisebrew:

Vogue April 2013

weeeerk

BOSS.  LADY.

snoggered:

turquoisebrew:

Vogue April 2013

weeeerk

BOSS.  LADY.

(Source: encapture)

1 year ago
375712 Notes

wiener-cest:

consultingdemon:

nofandomleftbehind:

talesfromamadwoman:

It’s funny because it’s Jared Padalecki.

it’s even funnier because he’s eating a salad 

It’s even funnier because his character’s name is Dean

even funnier because he worked at Moose’s Market 

image

HE IS SO WEE

SO INNOCENT AAAAHAHAHAAH

WPOIRFJAHGFQIOPHJ
G$

(Source: oakenbabes, via nittiotvaan)

1 year ago
2361 Notes
vintagegal:

Fantasia (1940)

God i love the animation in the Night On Bald Mountain segment.  
as a kid the dinosaur bit terrified me, the devil (essentially) however i enjoyed. i’m not really sure what that says about me.

vintagegal:

Fantasia (1940)

God i love the animation in the Night On Bald Mountain segment.  

as a kid the dinosaur bit terrified me, the devil (essentially) however i enjoyed. i’m not really sure what that says about me.

1 year ago
4545 Notes
the-lazy-took:

lotrsincebirth:

erinkkavanagh:

Thorin Oakenshield, King Under the Mountain
ten years later for groupfarts 

WHEN I REBLOGGED THIS I DIDN’T KNOW IT WAS A GIFFF

holy cow but that’s beautiful
just lookit the way his braids and his hair moves, omg

so fucking majestic y’all. 

the-lazy-took:

lotrsincebirth:

erinkkavanagh:

Thorin Oakenshield, King Under the Mountain

ten years later for groupfarts

WHEN I REBLOGGED THIS I DIDN’T KNOW IT WAS A GIFFF

holy cow but that’s beautiful

just lookit the way his braids and his hair moves, omg

so fucking majestic y’all. 

(via do-you-have-a-flag)

1 year ago
308 Notes

I love this kind of, REALLY, too much.

i liked the book purses but i love the simplicity of these. 

(via fyeahclassiclolita)

1 year ago
369 Notes
micathemineral:

astronomy-to-zoology:

Geoduck (Panopea generosa)
is a species of large saltwater clam native to the west coast of North America, primarily Washington. They are noted for their large phallic siphons and their apparently great taste. they are also one of the largest burrowing bivalves alive today with individuals reported growing up to 6 feet long. Surprisingly they also are one of the longest living organisms with the oldest specimen recorded living up to 168 years old. Geoducks are usually found on the bottom where they filter the water for food with their long siphons. They also apparently taste very good and are a common dish in many places.
Phylogeny 
Animalia-Mollusca-Bivalvia-Myoida-Hiatellidae-Panopea-generosa
Image source

They’re also the school mascot of Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. And pronounced, inexplicably, “gooey duck”.

“Go, Geoducks go, Through the mud and the sand, let’s go. Siphon high, squirt it out, swivel all about, let it all hang out.”
…seriously.

YUUUUUP 
it for realz is the truth.  why oh god, why.

micathemineral:

astronomy-to-zoology:

Geoduck (Panopea generosa)

is a species of large saltwater clam native to the west coast of North America, primarily Washington. They are noted for their large phallic siphons and their apparently great taste. they are also one of the largest burrowing bivalves alive today with individuals reported growing up to 6 feet long. Surprisingly they also are one of the longest living organisms with the oldest specimen recorded living up to 168 years old. Geoducks are usually found on the bottom where they filter the water for food with their long siphons. They also apparently taste very good and are a common dish in many places.

Phylogeny 

Animalia-Mollusca-Bivalvia-Myoida-Hiatellidae-Panopea-generosa

Image source

They’re also the school mascot of Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. And pronounced, inexplicably, “gooey duck”.

“Go, Geoducks go,
Through the mud and the sand,
let’s go.
Siphon high, squirt it out,
swivel all about,
let it all hang out.”

…seriously.

YUUUUUP 

it for realz is the truth.  why oh god, why.

(via do-you-have-a-flag)

1 year ago