DamiAnimated: The Hannah Montana Generation →
damianimated: Ever since Hannah Montana premiered on TV I’ve noticed that nearly every television show aimed at kids has become focussed on either music or just generally being exceptionally gifted. I think that’s damaging to the self-confidence and future aspirations kids will have as they grow up. Disney…
copperbadge: scifigrl47: copperbadge said: POOR CHOICES ARE THE BEST CHOICES. You are like the Anti-Jiminy Cricket. A dapper, clever, well spoken fellow in a top hat. EXCEPT EVIL. When you wish upon a star, Makes no difference where you are, It will still be just a ball Of superheated gas If your heart is in your dreams You should take it to extremes Go out there with armor on And kick...
burnupasun: i would like a movie of tony stark and bruce banner just fucking around, like inventing shit and getting froyo and breaking into nasa headquarters and sitting on the couch eating extra cheesy pizza watching back to the future together
DiCaprio and Mulligan, meanwhile, don’t seem like star-crossed lovers so much as...– People Magazine’s review on ‘The Great Gatsby’ (via brucewaynes) READ A BOOK (via lexcanroar) YES, YOU FUCKING IDIOT, IT WAS (via thechristinastory)
atenineten: also i was looking for gravity falls on watchcartoon and me too, gravity falls me too.
retailavenger85: aidanyoukilime: lokis-army-at-221b: muggleland: the ceo of abercrombie and fitch has a lot of nerve saying that ugly people shouldn’t wear his clothes when he looks like a caucasian orc from the lord of the rings Please Azog is WAY more attractive than that guy. If we’re comparing him to orcs, I’m thinking Mr. Potato Head. I JUST SPIT WATER ONTO MY COMPUTER.
creekdontrise: thespinesong replied to your link: Scientists Discover Dung Beetles Use The Milky Way For GPS THIS MAN’S JOB IS PUTTING TINY CARDBOARD HATS ON BEETLES. by this i know the world is not all bad Here is a picture of the little beetle in his little hat teach me your ways eric warrant
The truth is that even collections of ordinary books distort space, as can...– Terry Pratchett, Guards! Guards (via ekimsal)
There are approximately 1,013,913 words in the English language but I could never string any of them together to explain how incredible I think you are.