|—||TERRY PRATCHETT (via phatalbert)|
That feeling after your last final.
That feeling when you’ve made it home after a day of work.
GE employees asked the youngest members of their families to explain what they do. Sydney, age 3, said, "My mom works on things that shows mommies their babies before they’re born."
Illustration by Victo Ngai.
The thing is that The Weekenders was not just crap that they put on television that we thought was excellent because we were kids. It was actual excellence untainted by sentiment or bias.
Good thing to know.
And I agree with the human trampoline.
And I am disturbed by how casually I typed that previous line.
I miss Weekenders.
I JUST REALIZED THAT THE PLURAL OF BEEF IS BEEVES
LOOK AT THIS
WAS I THE ONLY ONE WHO DIDNT KNOW ABOUT BEEVES
i just told my roommate this and he just got up and left the apartment, and didn’t come back right away so i went outside and he was just
that is the face of a broken man
this is by far the best comment anyone has added to my text post
My new goal in life is to play this in Scrabble.
That’s 3+1+1+4+1+1=11 points, no modifiers, folks.
Not to mention that all but the V are easily played against already established letters.
characters that go from villain to weird family member give me strength
Oddly enough, another villain had a post right below this one…but I doubt anyone will be keen on inviting him into the family.
…I’m sure you will.
May I please make a request for someone to make a gif set of the kids from Sound of Music doing the scale, but with a certain Dr. Spengler stepping in after re?
Close enough, husband. Thank you for finding this.
“Buying books is immensely comforting. Maybe I won’t read them immediately, but they make me feel so much better whenever I’m sad and blue. Just their presence, it’s like having more to look forward to.”
your characters are like geodes
if you want to see what they’re really made of
you must break them