monochromerabbit:

blacknoonajade:

penis-hunger-games:

calleo:

thelegendofkungjew:

calleo:

groovyphilia:

Apparently, this was the guy who was deported for being too handsome.

Suddenly, I understand.

Pretty sure it’s not just women they should have been ‘worried about’ not being able to—what was the wording? Control themselves?

That guy is hot.

I’m straight as an arrow and a Jew and I’d let him do things to me so vile they’d make Moses rise from the dead and punch me in the throat.

At which point, Moses would take a look at that guy and ask to join in.

this post is wild

I’m here for this. 

reblogging again cause i need this

(via theamazingcarlosdanger)

ihaveabadcaseofthefandoms:

enthusiasticallynegative:

Disney Face Swaps <3

I AM CRYING OMG
ihaveabadcaseofthefandoms:

enthusiasticallynegative:

Disney Face Swaps <3

I AM CRYING OMG
ihaveabadcaseofthefandoms:

enthusiasticallynegative:

Disney Face Swaps <3

I AM CRYING OMG
ihaveabadcaseofthefandoms:

enthusiasticallynegative:

Disney Face Swaps <3

I AM CRYING OMG
ihaveabadcaseofthefandoms:

enthusiasticallynegative:

Disney Face Swaps <3

I AM CRYING OMG
ihaveabadcaseofthefandoms:

enthusiasticallynegative:

Disney Face Swaps <3

I AM CRYING OMG
ihaveabadcaseofthefandoms:

enthusiasticallynegative:

Disney Face Swaps <3

I AM CRYING OMG
ihaveabadcaseofthefandoms:

enthusiasticallynegative:

Disney Face Swaps <3

I AM CRYING OMG
ihaveabadcaseofthefandoms:

enthusiasticallynegative:

Disney Face Swaps <3

I AM CRYING OMG
ihaveabadcaseofthefandoms:

enthusiasticallynegative:

Disney Face Swaps <3

I AM CRYING OMG
fayren:

Some clean versions of the pages that just went up on Newsrama. Windblade #1 comes out in two days!
fayren:

Some clean versions of the pages that just went up on Newsrama. Windblade #1 comes out in two days!
fayren:

Some clean versions of the pages that just went up on Newsrama. Windblade #1 comes out in two days!
fayren:

Some clean versions of the pages that just went up on Newsrama. Windblade #1 comes out in two days!

fayren:

Some clean versions of the pages that just went up on Newsrama. Windblade #1 comes out in two days!

(via goingloco)

victoriousvocabulary:

ASTEISM
[noun]
genteel irony; a polite and ingenious manner of deriding another; polite mockery.
Etymology: from Greek asteismos, “wit, witticism,” from asteios, “of a city or town” (as opposed to “country”), from asty, “town, city,” especially “Athens.”
[Mike Koubou]

victoriousvocabulary:

ASTEISM

[noun]

genteel irony; a polite and ingenious manner of deriding another; polite mockery.

Etymology: from Greek asteismos, “wit, witticism,” from asteios, “of a city or town” (as opposed to “country”), from asty, “town, city,” especially “Athens.”

[Mike Koubou]

vulsinite:

for-science-sake:

Time-lapse of Stinkhorn Fungus growth.

More like real time of hell

(via decapitated-unicorn)

dosageofdisney:

mistclub:

i just realised…

it would’ve been really easy for mrs. incredible to give birth

image

(via redmiel)

joedirtrules:

notyourpunchline:

mucholderthen:

Harvard discovers three of its library books are bound in human flesh

As it turns out, the practice of using human skin to bind books was actually pretty popular during the 17th century. It’s referred to as Anthropodermic bibliopegy and proved pretty common when it came to anatomical textbooks. Medical professionals would often use the flesh of cadavers they’d dissected during their research. Waste not, want not, I suppose.

(Posted at Roadtrippers by Greg Newkirk / 31 March, 2014)

Some people grew up to become books.

Gotta get this done

"Some people grew up to become books."Yeah, like murderers whose juridical proceedings got bound in their skin.You could always just do the James Allen and get your own memoirs bound in your own skin. Then present the book to someone whom you admired in life. joedirtrules:

notyourpunchline:

mucholderthen:

Harvard discovers three of its library books are bound in human flesh

As it turns out, the practice of using human skin to bind books was actually pretty popular during the 17th century. It’s referred to as Anthropodermic bibliopegy and proved pretty common when it came to anatomical textbooks. Medical professionals would often use the flesh of cadavers they’d dissected during their research. Waste not, want not, I suppose.

(Posted at Roadtrippers by Greg Newkirk / 31 March, 2014)

Some people grew up to become books.

Gotta get this done

"Some people grew up to become books."Yeah, like murderers whose juridical proceedings got bound in their skin.You could always just do the James Allen and get your own memoirs bound in your own skin. Then present the book to someone whom you admired in life. joedirtrules:

notyourpunchline:

mucholderthen:

Harvard discovers three of its library books are bound in human flesh

As it turns out, the practice of using human skin to bind books was actually pretty popular during the 17th century. It’s referred to as Anthropodermic bibliopegy and proved pretty common when it came to anatomical textbooks. Medical professionals would often use the flesh of cadavers they’d dissected during their research. Waste not, want not, I suppose.

(Posted at Roadtrippers by Greg Newkirk / 31 March, 2014)

Some people grew up to become books.

Gotta get this done

"Some people grew up to become books."Yeah, like murderers whose juridical proceedings got bound in their skin.You could always just do the James Allen and get your own memoirs bound in your own skin. Then present the book to someone whom you admired in life.

joedirtrules:

notyourpunchline:

mucholderthen:

Harvard discovers three of its library books are bound in human flesh

As it turns out, the practice of using human skin to bind books was actually pretty popular during the 17th century. It’s referred to as Anthropodermic bibliopegy and proved pretty common when it came to anatomical textbooks. Medical professionals would often use the flesh of cadavers they’d dissected during their research. Waste not, want not, I suppose.

(Posted at Roadtrippers by Greg Newkirk / 31 March, 2014)

Some people grew up to become books.

Gotta get this done

"Some people grew up to become books."
Yeah, like murderers whose juridical proceedings got bound in their skin.

You could always just do the James Allen and get your own memoirs bound in your own skin. Then present the book to someone whom you admired in life.