YESYESYES favorite thing I have ever fucking read on this website(via trainwreckedstoner)
What scientists say in research papers vs. What they actually mean (via io9).
I shouldn’t be laughing this hard.
Yes. This is good.
Omg it’s like my college career staring right at me.
Hey its a chart of Spock-speak
“IT IS SAID” | You’re watching the History Channel.
“That’s not my area”: I have no fucking clue
“That’s beyond the scope of my research”: I should know but I still have no fucking clue
Omfg I use ‘correct within an order of magnitude…’ SO MUCH jfc
‘Cause people seem to only post the 20-something Audrey Hepburn.
Audrey Hepburn was the granddaughter of a baron, the daughter of a nazi sympathizer, spent her teens doing ballet to secretly raise money for the dutch resistance against the nazis, and spent her post-film career as a goodwill ambassador of UNICEF, winning the presidential medal of freedom for her efforts.
…and history remembers her as pretty.
Vine needs to be stopped
Spitted my whole water out, fam.
gotta reblog that crazy sex gif to let all my followers know i would do that sex act while doing the sex
what do u mean we’re not friends, we follow each other
now this would be a fun character to throw into the fighting arena.
A Tale Of Two Hoodies - a controversial painting by artist/activist Michael D’Antuono.
Inspired by the Trayvon Martin case, this painting symbolizes the travesty of racially profiling innocent children and how present day prejudices affect policy.
This is POWERFUL!
FOREVER REBLOG !
this shows so much
when people stop paying attention to her for two minutes
Afghanistan veteran 24-year-old , Alex Minsky. Alex lost his leg when his truck rolled over an improvised explosive device. Alex journey back to life wasn’t easy. He has overcome some difficult times and come out on top. Now rising model and most importantly an inspirational hero for countless people with disabilities who proves life can continue even after that in all it’s beauty.
I will never get over how how gorgeous he is and also his “I’m with stupid” tattoo pointing to his prosthetic leg is just the cutest thing ever.
By Chris Sims
1992 was a pretty good year to be a kid who loved comics. The reason that holds up best is probably — and by that I mean definitely — Batman: The Animated Series, but there was another show that had just as big an influence on my childhood: the 1992 X-Men cartoon.
Hitting at the height of the franchise’s popularity, X-Men translated all the action and melodrama that made the comic such a success to the world of Saturday morning cartoons, and it got its hooks into me like almost nothing else. That’s why ComicsAlliance is heading back through the archives for an in-depth look at every single episode of X-Men. This week: “Enter Magneto!” in which a jailbreak of Thin Lizzyan proportions doesn’t exactly go as planned.
did I just witness a murder?!