iwatchforsasha:

Fantastic Breasts and Where to Find Them


thewomanfromitaly:

lareinaana:

arienreign:

Why isn’t anyone talking about this?
http://www.dailydot.com/news/darrien-hunt-shot-by-police-while-cosplaying/

Watch non black cosplayers and lovers of cosplay stay silent on this.

Man what in the FUCK


Just received my TARDIS safe…

thestateofardadreaming:

Should have seen my mother’s face when I opened the parcel!

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But I’m:

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Pictures will be coming up soon!


stuckwithyoutubers:


Lucy Knisley [website | tumblr | twitter]

i would probably just end up like

and that can’t be healthy

stuckwithyoutubers:

Lucy Knisley [website | tumblr | twitter]

i would probably just end up like

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and that can’t be healthy


izziesworldofizzie:

stagecoachjessi:

Classic Hollywood Bloopers

And the greatest Hollywood blooper of all time:


Scammy Sacm Scam Scam Scam

Subject: Promoting your story :-)

Hey Maribor, 

last week I stumbled upon ‘Epistolary: The 50 Years Before We Were Born’ AND I LOVED IT! I really like your writing style and the way you tell the story!!

I am a little versed in online marketing and as a huge fan, I would love to help you promote it more on other platforms and blogs to show it to more people. I can show you some tips how to do it :-)

I just tried to send you a link, but it seems not be possible to send links here… What is your email then I can send you an email. Or you can send me an email to “jansenbecky4 at gmail dot com”.

Have a great day!

Cheers
Becky

I’m not sure what the deal is but this sounds as fake as a four dollar bill.

I think I’m gonna pass.


Otter Friends - Trends Addict

I saw this and who could I think of but you!


doctorwho247:

Many viewers are struggling to understand what Peter Capaldi is saying in Doctor Who due to his Scottish accent, according to The Guardian.
They cite a number of viewers, mostly American, who say they are having to switch on the subtitles or rewind scenes to understand exactly what the Twelfth Doctor is saying.
US based speech and dialect coach, Patricia Fletcher, shared her opinion: “I do not believe it is purely the accent that is throwing off the American audience. The actor often speaks very quickly, with a staccato rhythm and without enough attention to articulating through to the end of his thought/line.
“This does promote a character choice of Doctor Who being sharp and quick-thinking, but does not help us understand what the Doctor is actually saying/thinking.”
British linguistics expert, Professor David Crystal gave his views: “There was the odd moment when I struggled to hear exactly what he was saying, so I don’t think this is exclusively a US problem.”
“It’s not just a matter of accent: speed of speech and volume are factors too, especially when there’s a lot of background noise. A mild Scots accent seems to cause no problem (think Sean Connery), but broad accents may need subtitling (as in Trainspotting).”
Doctor Who Series 8 continues tonight (13th September) at 7:30pm on BBC One.

I’m not going to bitch about it, but yeah, I can’t understand him either. The first episode was incredibly frustrating.and eventually I switched on the subtitles, because I was only picking up about 1/4 of what he was saying. 

doctorwho247:

Many viewers are struggling to understand what Peter Capaldi is saying in Doctor Who due to his Scottish accent, according to The Guardian.

They cite a number of viewers, mostly American, who say they are having to switch on the subtitles or rewind scenes to understand exactly what the Twelfth Doctor is saying.

US based speech and dialect coach, Patricia Fletcher, shared her opinion: “I do not believe it is purely the accent that is throwing off the American audience. The actor often speaks very quickly, with a staccato rhythm and without enough attention to articulating through to the end of his thought/line.

“This does promote a character choice of Doctor Who being sharp and quick-thinking, but does not help us understand what the Doctor is actually saying/thinking.”

British linguistics expert, Professor David Crystal gave his views: “There was the odd moment when I struggled to hear exactly what he was saying, so I don’t think this is exclusively a US problem.”

“It’s not just a matter of accent: speed of speech and volume are factors too, especially when there’s a lot of background noise. A mild Scots accent seems to cause no problem (think Sean Connery), but broad accents may need subtitling (as in Trainspotting).”

Doctor Who Series 8 continues tonight (13th September) at 7:30pm on BBC One.

I’m not going to bitch about it, but yeah, I can’t understand him either. The first episode was incredibly frustrating.and eventually I switched on the subtitles, because I was only picking up about 1/4 of what he was saying. 


besides-itstoowarm:

Moffat hate is like spilled orange juice.

You, the fan, are walking through a kitchen, which represents… linear time, I guess (just go with it). Every time you see a new piece of Moffat hate, it’s like you spilled some of your glass of orange juice on the floor. With every new viral post about some stupid thing that Moffat said or did, it’s a little more juice on the floor.

You don’t look back, because fuck that. But if you did, you’d notice people who aren’t reactionary losers (not me, by the way) cleaning up most of the juice; they’re debunking a ton of those myths about Moffat quotes/jokes/etc. Now, not all of the juice gets cleaned up, because Moffat still fucks up, but most of it does disappear. But you don’t know that, because you don’t turn around.

So you get to the end of the kitchen, and your glass is basically empty, and so you throw it to the floor and scream “THIS KITCHEN IS SOAKED WITH ORANGE JUICE!” But it isn’t, and you would know that if you paid attention once in a while. Yeah, some of the orange juice is still on the floor, but most of it is gone, and while you’re flipping your dick about how messy the floor is, you’re not even noticing that most of it is clean.

That’s the best way I can describe it, at least recently when everyone acts like every word out of Moffat’s mouth is a personal burden added to their shoulders.


rebelliousbieber:

my mom is nursing these kittens because their mommy got hurt, they have no patience

rebelliousbieber:

my mom is nursing these kittens because their mommy got hurt, they have no patience


aconsultingdetective:

∞ Scenes of Sherlock

What’s she talking about? Get your wife under control.



dwellinghere:

Now, you let me grieve, hmm?


princexposition:

when ur mom says you need to get a job but u know ur not ready

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My favorite thing is she has a picture of a baby on her desk.


teatime-brutality:

deathchrist2000:

Then what makes Futurama so bad?

It just feels to me like it’s made out of purest anti-television. I’ve never seen it execute a funny joke, present an interesting concept or provoke an emotional response. It’s just there, familiar and inoffensive. On and on it goes, reassuring its audience that Someone Made A Thing For Them and that they should definitely like it because it’s so recognisably For Them and that’s enough. Emmerdale Farm, that’s what it’s like.