damn-it-hirschberg:

hiddleswife:

oshcoruful:

thewindsatyourback:

themotherfuckingmarchesa:

overshareanonymous:

charman-ders:

13 years of school and im still not sure if its “grey” or “gray”

It’s grEy in England and grAy in America.

ARE YOU KIDDING ME I’VE BEEN STRUGGLING WITH THIS SINCE I WAS A FETUS AND IT’S LITERALLY THAT EASY?????

WHAT ABOUT CANADA.

grEHy

WHAT ABOUT AUSTRALIA…?

grG’DAYMATEy

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ianbrooks:

Video Game Highlights by Pascal Richon

Pascal’s Video Game poster pierces the two-dimensional boundaries of pixelscapes and highlights the pumping heart of each of game, that one item or concept you chased through countless worlds, levels, and zones.

Artist: Behance / Website

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itsdamnfunny:

I think we are forgetting the greatest of them all 

WHEN THE HELL IS IT MY TURN. .  

You forgot one

woops almost forgot

I literally said “oh my god” outloud at the Jensen one

OMFG MITT ROMENY LOLOL spawn of satan


Visit itsdamnfunny.tumblr.com for more laughs!

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awesomus-prim3:

iwanita:

*discreetly reblogs to leave the source here*

SO FUCKING COOL

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ianbrooks:

Realistic Pokemon by RJ Palmer

Pokemon are serious business and we’re lucky to have dedicated artistic professionals like RJ to portray their true anatomies, backed up by science: Bulbasaur isnt a frog, you silly cartoonists, he’s got “SAUR” in his name, and if you’re familiar with these things we call dinosaurs, you’ll know that means big fuggin’ lizard. RJ’s depictions place most of the pokemon somewhere in the Permian to late Triassic, with Pokemon Trainers used as scale (though whether Pokemon Trainers existed in Prehistory is debatable).

Artist: DeviantArt / Tumblr / Livestream

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tiberius457:

I wasted a few minutes trying to remember what episode of Doctor Who this related to and then realized it was about Titanic…

tiberius457:

I wasted a few minutes trying to remember what episode of Doctor Who this related to and then realized it was about Titanic…

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