clockworkgate:

biscuitsarenice:

We Can’t Get Out Of The Bedroom Now.

Shirley Maclaine on Parkinson in 1975

Holy crap.

(via thisisfuckingscotland)

cptdave:

Valve actually put that sign in game because playtesters would destroy the generator and then turn around immediately and not see the implosion animation they’d worked so hard on.

cptdave:

Valve actually put that sign in game because playtesters would destroy the generator and then turn around immediately and not see the implosion animation they’d worked so hard on.

(Source: delebird, via ninjamarion)

randomredux:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

YOU BROUGHT THIS ON YOURSELF

This got even funnier when I realized that to shoot it, essentially someone had to hurl a massive rat puppet at Cary Elwes.

(via ninjamarion)

Deep pan pizza and a drink. Were a lovely dinner yesterday with my darling.

harmaleizer:

Im just going to leave this here…

(via hachikuji-mayoichan)

bri-ecrit:

disney-ships:

I designed rings for some of the Disney Females. :) enjoy

Customize Rings here:

http://www.gemvara.com/Rings/jewelry/b/?cat=Ring&source=create

…these are seriously just about the most gorgeous things I have ever seen in my life.

(via screenweek)

priincess-zelda:

SSB4 - Princess Zelda close-ups.

(via you-got-the-triforce)

rsvpixie:

thefatgawd:

aazizam:

!!!!

clap back

Or, she’s going to look hot for HERSELF because she knows she’s fucking gorgeous; it doesn’t matter who sees it.

rsvpixie:

thefatgawd:

aazizam:

!!!!

clap back

Or, she’s going to look hot for HERSELF because she knows she’s fucking gorgeous; it doesn’t matter who sees it.

(Source: twobackyard)

citizensyndrome:

I see you, Fox News.

citizensyndrome:

I see you, Fox News.

(via rsvpixie)

thatsintense:

What a time to be alive.

thatsintense:

What a time to be alive.

(via nebranska)

victoriousvocabulary:

SIREN

[noun]

1. Greek mythology: any of a group of sea nymphs (often portrayed as half human and half bird, and to a lesser extent, half human and half fish that lured mariners to destruction by their singing.

2. a woman regarded as seductive and beautiful, especially a dangerous woman; temptress.

3. a woman who sings with enchanting sweetness.

4. a) a device in which compressed air or steam is driven against a rotating perforated disk to create a loud, often wailing sound as a signal or warning. b) an electronic device producing a similar sound as a signal or warning.

5. any of several salamanders of the family Sirenidae, such as the mud eel, having an eellike body, permanent external gills, small forelegs, and no hind limbs.

Etymology: from Old French sereine, from Latin sīrēn, from Greek seirēn.

[Victor Nizovtsev]

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