marcoslefthalf:

you dont have to agree with his policies but you have to admit hes the coolest president weve had ever

(via ruinedchildhood)

anarchistpizzasociety:

dicekind:

xainagal:

if someone says they dont want to be touched

  • dont touch them
  • dont fucking touch them
  • actually dont touch them
  • dont continue to fucking touch them after they make it clear they are uncomfortable
  • THIS ISNT FUCKING HARD DONT FUCKING TOUCH THEM

also dont continue touching them bc you think their reaction is cute

Especially the last point

(via shertockhotmes)

a-beard:

sairiously:

onlythefinerthingsinlife:

WHAT THE FUCK

Is that my roommate

no that’s marilyn monroe

(via percychekov)

LEAKED NEW EEVEELUTION

chaka1987:

im-deadpool-god-dammit:

now theres 

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Eevee

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Flareon

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Vaporeon

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Jolteon

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Espeon

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Umbreon

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Leafeon

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Glaceon

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Sylveon, and finally

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Celinedion

I don’t know what I expected.

(via cakesexuality)

warlocksmith:

Remember the 50’s, the good old days?  Neighborhoods were safe to walk at night, men were men and women were women, the long summer days never seemed to end and you could walk hand in hand with your best gal into the local space-time anomaly and never be seen again.

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(via drawingguitarist)

breadonly:

did you get the ketchup

breadonly:

did you get the ketchup

(via ihaveseenyourheartanditismine)

Vulcan Victory

One of the funniest segments on any talk-show recently was Joey Bishop’s abbortive attempt to interview Leonard Nimoy the other night. Nimoy, dressed in his Mr. Spock makeup, absolutely demolished Bishop by refusing to drop his alien character and answer Bishop’s questions in the expected manner.

Stunned by Nimoy’s refusal to play the game his way, Bishop stuttered, stumbled and lapsed into silence. “Who is this ‘Leonard’ you speak of?” asked Spock. “Uh, that’s you,” mumbled our host. “I am Spock,” said Spock, “yet you call me Leonard. That is highly illogical.”

And so went the interview. Bishop was literally beaten into asking such things as, “How do you like Earth?”

After seeing many excellent guests trampled on by hammy hosts who hog the microphone and get laughs at their company’s expenses, it was a pleasure to see our Vulcan visitor came out on top.

Review in the Seattle Times Sunday paper (May 14th) of the Joey Bishop Show (April 26th, 1967)

(I would so like to see this.)

(via space-happy)

ladyhistory:

snowingphoenix:

you sarcastic little shits

THIS IS BEAUTIFUL

(via greenscully)

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