Tywin vs Olenna: A Summary
Reblogged from gingerhaze
comics another reason to drink definitely helps me with the shaking hands not so much with the flammability
Reblogged from thecatsmustbecrazy
por que no los dos søren is left cat suyeta is right cat tanking
Me when I fight enemies in video games.
I feel like this is the GIF I have been waiting for to best sum up my boss fight strategy for every game ever. And I’m not sure which cat I am.
At the beginning of the night:
After a few drinks:
OK THAT IS IT I AM SO DONE WITH THIS OK
I am so sick of people thinking it’s suddenly okay to make fun of “white people” because they are not an oppressed group and have made fun of other races/groups/ect. you go call us babies when we fight against it, when really it’s just a whole cycle of immaturity. Hasn’t anyone ever heard of being the bigger person in a situation? Get over yourself. Just because you are bullied does NOT mean you should bully back, it makes you just as bad as the first person! OK. I dont even care if it was a joke its just stupid, you’re all fucking babies.
white people are at it again
You mean the generation that paid three times as much for college to enter a job market with triple the unemployment isn’t interested in purchasing the assets of the generation who just blew an enormous housing bubble and kept it from popping through quantitative easing and out-and-out federal support? Curious.
— When comments are better than the article, Atlantic edition (“The Cheapest Generation: Why Millennials aren’t buying cars or houses, and what that means for the economy”)
Reblogged from deathbycuteboy
it me who is a good boy who is a good girl
About creepy guys
A lot of men (and probably other genders, but mostly men) like to creepily hit on people (usually women) in contexts in which it’s not ok to hit on people. (Eg: on the subway).
Girls start experiencing this before they’re considered old enough for sex ed.
Creepy men regularly do this in a way that’s slightly deniable.
Like sitting way too close. Or asking an almost innocuous thing. And it feels really horrible to be on the receiving end, but it can be hard to put your finger on why. And if you object, the man who started it will try as hard as he can to say you’re being unreasonable. Often, bystanders or people you tell afterwards will empathically agree and tell you he was just being friendly and that didn’t have to be rude.
This is not your fault. It’s not your fault that creepy guys are awful to you, and it’s not your fault that people punish you for refusing to cooperate with their creepy actions.
There is usually no polite way to object. Because they manipulate the rules of politeness so that you have to be rude to say no.
It’s ok to be rude in that situation.
Being in that situation doesn’t mean you’re a rude inconsiderate person. It means you’re asserting an important boundary in the only available way.
Most of these guys know exactly what they are doing. It’s not innocent awkwardness. It’s a different thing. It’s doing something they know they can probably get away with denying that they’ve done.
(People do sometimes do this kind of thing by mistake, too. But it’s not ok then either. And most people who do this, know damn well what they’re doing.)
Reblogged from turtlesinahalfshell
on the half shell they're the heroes four pizza
how the fuck does that just “happen” to a pizza
Reblogged from themaskedman
that's rough buddy it me the kind of uncle i am though the kid's mother is worse than me at it yellow pride flip like wilson
What are you watching?
Just before the filming of X-Men 2, I was approached by Gordon Smith of FXSmith to come up with a tattoo design for the Nightcrawler. Gordon’s dilemma was the challenge of making the tattoos show up on the Nightcrawler’s blue-black skin. I suggested that an etched scarified effect, inspired by the traditional Maori moko would show up well and would give an added dimension if it were implied that the wounds were self-inflicted.
My challenge was to create a tattoo design that reflected the psychospiritual dimension of the character who was Roman Catholic and spoke High German. My wife Raven suggested angelic sigils (i.e. signatures) that would reflect the Nightcrawler’s faith, combined with alchemical symbols that emphasized his spiritual conflict because of his outward demonic appearance and sulphurous smell. The apparently opposing forces of spirit and form would be balanced and integrated into one harmonious expression of wholeness in the tattoo.
Initially Bryan Singer and his committee wanted only half the Nightcrawler’s face tattooed. After he saw my drawings, however, and heard our proposal, he decided on the whole face, and, later, the upper torso and arms. The writers had to rewrite parts of the script to incorporate the Nightcrawler’s tattoos in a new backstory of the character.
Gordon’s special effects team made casts of Alan Cumming’s face, torso and arms and I mapped the designs on the casts. I was later told that Alan found the whole plaster cast experience claustrophobic and anxiety-inducing; the FX team had to prematurely pull it off his face. Fortunately, the plaster cast stayed in one piece.
Prior to X-Men 2, the tattoos I was asked to do for films tended to be the stereotypical gang members and criminals. I am grateful that in X-Men 2, I was finally given the opportunity to express in a film the essence of tattoo as a spiritual healing art that realigns body and soul.
imagine the graffiti written on the bathroom stalls of the normandy
- does the illusive man take illusive shits?
- stop it joker
- james your huevos are killing me
- In compliance with bathroom stall graffiti etiquette, I shall place verification of my presence here. EDI was here. Joker would also request that I inform you we did not ‘make out’ in this stall as for some reason he finds the location embarrassing.
- Alone in this place/The sounds of running water/Ah. I feel better. - K
- CONSENSUS REACHED
- is that how the geth take a crap
- [fascinatingly crude drawings of alien genitalia]
- This is the crew that saved the galaxy. Amazing
Reblogged from willgrahamcrackercrumbs
i'm maybe not the greatest at baking but the rest totally i am okay at following a recipe though
reasons you should date me:
- i bake things and they taste good usually
- i will cuddle you always
- you can chill w/me for hours and just read or watch movies and not talk
- i could’ve murdered like 170 people by now but i haven’t
Reblogged from twirlingavengers
not anymore! still another reason to drink
do you ever just sit around and think I’m in my mid-twenties.