A TEXT POST

nervoushiccup:

I feel like I, and many other tumblr users, are pretty much experiment 625 from Lilo and Stitch

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he literally has all of the same powers as stitch

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He had potential to do something great. He saw what Stitch and all the other experiments were doing, but he was just like

hey

you know what sounds good

a sandwich

A VIDEO

operationfailure:

randomredux:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

YOU BROUGHT THIS ON YOURSELF

This got even funnier when I realized that to shoot it, essentially someone had to hurl a massive rat puppet at Cary Elwes.

My favorite thing is that he doesn’t telegraph it at all. He never tenses up, never flinches, just waits for the giant rat puppet being hurled through the air to take him down. Great performance.

A VIDEO

oracle-in-training:

livebloggingmydescentintomadness:

Even John would have hated John.

HEADCANON: John/Mary were actually a good match made by the cupids. It’s just when the angels erased their memories, they’re like “Hey, we should change John’s personality to ensure that the apocalypse takes place and make the future Michael and Lucifer vessels life living hell for going back in time.”

A VIDEO

'Listen to me. No one else can do this but her.'

A VIDEO

therealethannakamura:

therealfrankzhang:

"Frank, are you shooting things in the restroom again?!"

"No, Annabeth."

"Better not be."

"Yes, Annabeth."

:D

A PHOTO

marvelentertainment:

The San Diego Comic Con-exclusive full concept art poster for Marvel’s "Avengers: Age of Ultron"! Who’s getting excited for May 1, 2015?

Reblogged from Marvel Entertainment
A VIDEO

shipcomingthrough:

heavenandhellcastiel:

I made myself sad

you mADE EVERYBODY SAD

FUCK YOU

Reblogged from Bite Me
A CHAT
  • WiFi: connected
  • Me: then fucking act like it
A PHOTO

After being sent back to 1930’s New York by the weeping angel, Amy and Rory lived in a small apartment in Brooklyn for a few years and became good friends with their neighbors Bucky Barnse and Steve Rogers. Rory even helped Steve with getting the medicine he needed and couldn’t afford.