I am open to discussing, or just reading a rant (positive or negative) of your choice. (Please?)








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cannedyounot:

shslkittycatlady:

hallowedhorrors:

I feel such pity for the homestucks who didn’t know faygo was an actual thing, or who live in places where you can’t find it, when I’m over here in Michigan like
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Someone pls photoshop gamzee in all these pictures

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my job is complete







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sexybaldwin:

chess-ka:

words-are-vibrations:

tyraditar:

tyraditar:

night vale is full of thought provoking humour and beautifully inspirational monologues but “subway? more like wowza” will always be one of the best things it’s ever come up with

it’s right at the top of the list with “what’s an egg” and “i never knew school cleaning appliances were so strong”

"Mountains? More like nothings" 

"Nice try, giant worms.

"And I was like, whatever, rich guy!”







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throughwho:

Cast members who have played minor roles in the televised Doctor Who universe who have gone on to play major ones (and vice versa). No other show has as dedicated or rich a history of reusing talent, and it really wouldn’t be the same without it.

This doesn’t even include people like Lohn Levene, whose face was hidden when he played Cybermen and Yetis before taking on the recurring role of Sergeant Benton; or Naoko Mori, whose earlier appearance in Doctor Who was retconned into being Toshiko Sato, the same character she plays in Torchwood; or the dozens upon dozens of people who have played aliens and multiple one-off characters in a variety of stories throughout the show’s history, in both the classic and new eras (sometimes even both).

That would be nigh on impossible.







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Wtnv + trees







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caileytervo:

i think that scene is supposed to be intimidating but i find it hilarious


caileytervo:

i think that scene is supposed to be intimidating but i find it hilarious







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buckkybbarnes:

my friends are graduating this week







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balencia:

king-of-vagabonds:

themastersslashersmile:

captainamerica-in-middle-earth:

child-of-the-fandoms:

lumos5001:

2pookyfox666:

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whovians get your ass over here homestruck are beating us

Whovians win

they only win because their timeline is fixated in a complicated way.

Homestuck’s timeline is based off the sessions and time spent on earth/alternia.

let’s look at paradox clones, shall we?

also,

another timeline

As an avid Whovian and Homestuck I can confirm that Homestuck’s timeline is far more complex, but it follows at least 12 different universes and the internal temporal travel between each individual one and the external dimension hopping travel to get from one universe to another.

tl;dr: Homestuck wins the “Most complex time line” award.

But does that include the eu







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ATLA Scenery - Book 3: Fire - One picture from every episode (part 1)







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Bad news

leda74:

Greendude33's Dailymotion account has been trashed. All but three of his videos have been removed. Whether he did it himself or whether BBC Worldwide finally came down on him, I don’t know yet.







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cleowho:

"Fear is the greatest enemy of them all…"

Frontier in Space - season 10 - 1973







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dallonsmiles:

ryansgayliner:

the thrilling saga in which Panic! owns the fuck out of WBC

A+ handling of the situation







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