Interstellar
why I shouldn’t play with my food…

alishalovescats1701:

kickedthe-hornetsnest:

heyharpo:

"Yes…this is a fertile land and we will thrive. We will rule over all this land and we will call it…This Land!"

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"…I think we should call it your grave!"

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"Ah, CURSE YOUR SUDDEN BUT INEVITABLE BETRAYAL!"

BLESS THE CREATOR OF THIS POST

DINOSAUR SHAPED CHICKEN?

You took those quotes from Firefly. :(

chiefsimba:

Ummm

chiefsimba:

Ummm

benedoodle-cumberpoodle:

lotrlockedwhovian:

THIS IS ADORABLE.

Reblogging again because it’s way too fantastic not to.

neildegrassetyson:

neildegrassetyson:

So I’m hosting a Chinese exchange student for the year, and she came in last night at midnight, so I was asleep (trying to get back on a regular sleep schedule, you know?), and this morning she gave me a gift.

  • It’s a mug
  • When you put hot liquid in it
  • It changes from solid black
  • To
  • Pictures
  • Of
  • My
  • Face

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kellyzimmer:

buzzfeed:

Is it possible to overdose on adorable baby animal GIFs?

was that hamster trying to play a pixie stick like an instrument

googlehangout:

he was a boy, she was a girl, can i make it any more obvious

googlehangout:

he was a boy, she was a girl, can i make it any more obvious

murder-myself:

the most emotional post on tumblr

dear-science:

Graphic designer Annie Atkins from Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel on the many signs in the lobby of the of contemporary, communist-era form of the 1960s hotel:
"Wes and Adam (Stockhausen, the production designer) had seen so many examples of quite officious signage in what had been communist East Germany - don’t do this, don’t do that, do this but only like that! The signs really added to the claustrophobic feeling of that set, and Wes had asked for them all to be black with simple white hand-painted lettering - based on the style of the old sign at Yorckstrasse subway station in Berlin."

dear-science:

Graphic designer Annie Atkins from Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel on the many signs in the lobby of the of contemporary, communist-era form of the 1960s hotel:

"Wes and Adam (Stockhausen, the production designer) had seen so many examples of quite officious signage in what had been communist East Germany - don’t do this, don’t do that, do this but only like that! The signs really added to the claustrophobic feeling of that set, and Wes had asked for them all to be black with simple white hand-painted lettering - based on the style of the old sign at Yorckstrasse subway station in Berlin."

aleksonfire:

friendlyneighborhoodgoth:

kenfucky:

THIS IS MY FAVORITE VINE

WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK

What the fuck. I cackled.

Because it’s amazing.

thedisneykiid:

itsbecause-imdraculabitch:

Beautiful

how does she do that? sooo beautiful