Cancerous_Potatos
ssbgifs:

Make sure to 200% disrespect your opponent by taking a picture in the middle of the set. So when they go into their brawl pictures, they can see themselves getting #rekt

ssbgifs:

Make sure to 200% disrespect your opponent by taking a picture in the middle of the set. So when they go into their brawl pictures, they can see themselves getting #rekt

gunpowderandspark:

dapperhatsandfancypants:

theausterevolunteer:

oscarstardis:

stillmonkeys:

From A Series of Unfortunate Events DVD commentary track.

if you haven’t watched this film with the commentary then you are missing out, it’s hilarious. “Lemony Snicket” was completely unhappy with the film and wanted no real part of it and so in the commentary he just fucks about. Seriously, at one point he gets out an accordion and drowns out the director with his playing

"nearly all of my life"

Lemony Snicket sass is what I aspire to in life.

"Lemony Snicket" (Dan Handler) was asked if he liked the movie.
He said “I love the movie as much as someone who wrote 8 drafts of a movie before being fired from his own creation could possibly be.”
The man’s life is sarcasm and it’s beautiful.

gunpowderandspark:

dapperhatsandfancypants:

theausterevolunteer:

oscarstardis:

stillmonkeys:

From A Series of Unfortunate Events DVD commentary track.

if you haven’t watched this film with the commentary then you are missing out, it’s hilarious. “Lemony Snicket” was completely unhappy with the film and wanted no real part of it and so in the commentary he just fucks about. Seriously, at one point he gets out an accordion and drowns out the director with his playing

"nearly all of my life"

Lemony Snicket sass is what I aspire to in life.

"Lemony Snicket" (Dan Handler) was asked if he liked the movie.

He said “I love the movie as much as someone who wrote 8 drafts of a movie before being fired from his own creation could possibly be.”

The man’s life is sarcasm and it’s beautiful.

the amazing spider-man 2 + trivia

berks-dragon-trainer:

probablyharrison:

onlyhestandsthere:

T for tender

he opens the door on the fucking hinges side

Oh, you thought this was gonna be a black and white depressing post, didn’t you?

berks-dragon-trainer:

probablyharrison:

onlyhestandsthere:

T for tender

he opens the door on the fucking hinges side

Oh, you thought this was gonna be a black and white depressing post, didn’t you?

slytherinsnow:

The Doctor mentions (or doesn’t) his children and his past as a father.

I think the worst part is when he doesn’t say it.

socialjusticekoolaid:

CNN has obtained a video, taken shortly after Michael Brown was shot, that shows a contractor who had been working near the shooting site describing the incident in a manner that matches other eyewitness testimony—raising his arms and shouting “man, he was going like this,” as if to suggest that Brown had adopted a posture of surrender before he died.

Two contractors are shown in the video, and both have spoken to CNN; one also spoke previously to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and one to Fox affiliate KTVI. The individual who is shouting and raising his arms in in the video told CNN that “the cop didn’t say get on the ground. He just kept shooting.” The other said that he saw officer Darren Wilson “chasing” Brown, that Wilson fired a shot at Brown while Brown’s back was turned, and that Brown raised his hands before he died, though it’s not clear at what point the witness saw Brown’s hands raised. (For what it’s worth, it seems like the worker who spoke to KTVI is the one wearing a pink shirt in the video and that the worker who spoke to the Post-Dispatch is wearing a green shirt.)

The CNN account notes that the workers are not from Ferguson and did not know the Brown family—a detail that could increase their perceived objectivity vis a vis witnesses from Brown’s neighborhood.

33 Days since Mike Brown’s murder, and his killer, Darren Wilson, is still a free man. How much more evidence is needed to make a fucking arrest?!  #farfromover #staywoke #ArrestDarrenWilson 

tangarang:

perchu:

nentindo:

IN KINGDOM HEARTS II, ALADDIN HAD A FLASHBACK ABOUT JAFAR AND IT WAS SO FUNNY LOOK AT THIS

jaclose

jareallyclose

tangarang:

perchu:

nentindo:

IN KINGDOM HEARTS II, ALADDIN HAD A FLASHBACK ABOUT JAFAR AND IT WAS SO FUNNY LOOK AT THIS

jaclose

jareallyclose

kumagawa:

u right tho..white privilege just some tumblr bullshit..def. not applicable in the real world..damn

deadlylittlekate:

destructivemusic:

comics-are-sexy:

Why would u torture me like this

good fucking bye

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daikoku-ten:

castiels-celestiel-dick:

polyglotplatypus:

Just because they’re family doesn’t mean they’re right.

This was family as well

I do t usually post colour but this is a problem I have definitely.

theodd1sout:

This is why school is so important

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zoeefx:

selfcareafterrape:

I don’t know how to explain what that means anymore than I know why pretty much everyone knows the feeling.
It isn’t a migraine- but every sound is grating, every touch, everything. For people with PTSD, this feeling often comes right before or after a panic attack. I’ve learned over the years though that it isn’t something only people with mental illness experience.
Things you can do:
        1. Cocoon yourself. They make weighted blankets, and if you experience this often enough(and have the cash to shell out for them)- they’re pretty cool. But if not, get as many blankets as you can and wrap yourself in them. You want a solid, stable sensory experience.  For whatever the reason, the weight helps slow down the racing heart and may even allow you to sleep.
           2, Take a shower in the dark.  Take a night light or something like that in there with you- if you won’t be able to do it in the total dark. Make sure everything is as quiet as possible, and then either take a shower or bath in the dark. I prefer almost too hot water myself. Showers in the dark are great for sensory input, because turning off the lights makes you pay more attention to your other senses, and you get physical, auditory, and smells too.
      3. Going in public? Wear a jacket. If you can avoid over heating in one- that is. Wearing a jacket will help add sensory input- and keep your nerves from picking up every stray accidental touch/whisper of the wind. Also carrying a grounding object in your pocket that you can rub/squeeze can help.
     4. Plank. Or really- any sort of thing that puts strain on a lot of muscles. Personally I like holding push up position, or doing downward dog. You probably don’t want to be doing something that requires you to move/touch too many different things- which is why you want things that put tension, but require you to remain relatively still.
       5. Joint Compressions. Start with your your shoulders- work your way down to your fingers. and then from the hips own the leg to the ankle. They advise doing each joint three times. A lot of children who have nerve issues are advised to get special brushes (they have soft bristles- and lots of them) so that they brush along their arms and legs in order to help calm them down.
       6. Beanie babies or other weighted dolls. Once again, this is something I learned from working with children. I’m not sure why it works, but it has. It’s probably that the weight provides a more solid sensory input- and the fact that it is a doll- it can also be a comfort toy of sorts.

Just a little advice on the showering in the dark: using a little bit of light is very important, and be careful to not go into a kind of ‘trance’. Showering in the complete dark can actually induce hallucinations by blocking out close to all sensory input (your brain shuts out the sound of the shower after a couple of minutes). I just thought I’d mention this because I know these hallucinations can be quite startling. I’m sure this method is very relaxing when done properly but be careful :)

zoeefx:

selfcareafterrape:

I don’t know how to explain what that means anymore than I know why pretty much everyone knows the feeling.

It isn’t a migraine- but every sound is grating, every touch, everything. For people with PTSD, this feeling often comes right before or after a panic attack. I’ve learned over the years though that it isn’t something only people with mental illness experience.

Things you can do:

        1. Cocoon yourself. They make weighted blankets, and if you experience this often enough(and have the cash to shell out for them)- they’re pretty cool. But if not, get as many blankets as you can and wrap yourself in them. You want a solid, stable sensory experience.  For whatever the reason, the weight helps slow down the racing heart and may even allow you to sleep.

           2, Take a shower in the dark.  Take a night light or something like that in there with you- if you won’t be able to do it in the total dark. Make sure everything is as quiet as possible, and then either take a shower or bath in the dark. I prefer almost too hot water myself. Showers in the dark are great for sensory input, because turning off the lights makes you pay more attention to your other senses, and you get physical, auditory, and smells too.

      3. Going in public? Wear a jacket. If you can avoid over heating in one- that is. Wearing a jacket will help add sensory input- and keep your nerves from picking up every stray accidental touch/whisper of the wind. Also carrying a grounding object in your pocket that you can rub/squeeze can help.

     4. Plank. Or really- any sort of thing that puts strain on a lot of muscles. Personally I like holding push up position, or doing downward dog. You probably don’t want to be doing something that requires you to move/touch too many different things- which is why you want things that put tension, but require you to remain relatively still.

       5. Joint Compressions. Start with your your shoulders- work your way down to your fingers. and then from the hips own the leg to the ankle. They advise doing each joint three times. A lot of children who have nerve issues are advised to get special brushes (they have soft bristles- and lots of them) so that they brush along their arms and legs in order to help calm them down.

       6. Beanie babies or other weighted dolls. Once again, this is something I learned from working with children. I’m not sure why it works, but it has. It’s probably that the weight provides a more solid sensory input- and the fact that it is a doll- it can also be a comfort toy of sorts.

Just a little advice on the showering in the dark: using a little bit of light is very important, and be careful to not go into a kind of ‘trance’. Showering in the complete dark can actually induce hallucinations by blocking out close to all sensory input (your brain shuts out the sound of the shower after a couple of minutes). I just thought I’d mention this because I know these hallucinations can be quite startling. I’m sure this method is very relaxing when done properly but be careful :)

p3t3rp4ns3xu4l:

xxcookievampiressxx:

tdm1:

Look at this cute picture I found of the dhmis cast.

The all look ready to kill someone 

They most likely are

p3t3rp4ns3xu4l:

xxcookievampiressxx:

tdm1:

Look at this cute picture I found of the dhmis cast.

The all look ready to kill someone 

They most likely are

robotsatthedisco:

puppytierjade:

robotsatthedisco:

you can never lose an argument if you say “shut up nerd” at the end

yes you can

shut up nerd

augustussinclairofficial:

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