i always think “if people want to talk to me they will” which is my reasoning for never really starting conversations so i’m permanently thinking no one wants to talk but what if they’re sat there thinking the same and it’s just this cycle of silence that never gets broken because i’m too stubborn to just put myself out there
Me most of the time tho i assume you are busy.
The American Hogwarts Houses
Look at your school of witchcraft and wizardry. Now look at mine. Now yours. Now back to mine. Sadly, your school is not mine, but if you all got off your broomsticks and started using a real sorcerer’s deodorant, it could smell like mine. Abracadabra! I’m a horse.
Good. Night. I’m done.
I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING
twins are also oftenly used as an allegory of duality,also i broke the clonning machine.
This is the logical conclusion that any company in a similar position would have taken.
People are fired from jobs all the time, and often because of things they have said or done, whether it was on company premises, or via social networking.
Aflac canned Gilbert Gottfried from representing their company due to some of his posts on Twitter.
Fred Willard was fired by PBS after being arrested for “lewd conduct”.
The Food Network dropped Paula Deen over a comment she made to someone decades ago.
Charlie Sheen was fired from Two and a Half Men after publicly referring to the show’s creator as a “warlock” and a “troll”.
There are countless other examples out there, and not just from people in the public spotlight.
Ted Anderson openly, and frequently, insulted the very user base he was paid to write for, and there is a ridiculous amount of evidence of this. As an employee of IDW, he was a representative of the company. He not only did not make any effort to distance his work from his beliefs, but he even tried to shoehorn said beliefs into someone else’s creative property, which is absolutely not okay.
I’m sure monumental amounts of whining have already taken place because of this, likely crying that “those big mean BRONIES got that poor man FIRED! And all over someone’s OC!!”. No. His attitude is what got him fired. And if they have similar attitudes themselves, they might want to reconsider them, lest they destine themselves to similar fates.
No matter how self-righteous you think you are, if you’re a pompous asshole that gets their jollies by trying to tear down others over your own lack of self-esteem (especially if you have the nerve to try to PROFIT from it), it’s going to come back to bite you in the ass. As for people like Dragondicks, who have already made themselves into laughingstocks, I have very little pity for, but still enough sympathy to hope they eventually come to their senses concerning their current, infantile mindset.
The real world and tumblr are two very different places. And it’s about goddamn time they finally learn this.
Gumball and Darwin coming to Ueno Japan on yesterday.
I hope us prevalent in my country.
That gummypuss mascot suit is cute.
Pink Bunny Boy
in a dress
Special Effects that Never Made It to the Silver Screen:
In the successful horror sequel, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987), the character of Kristen (played by actress Patricia Arquette, in her big screen debut), is dreaming of the infamous Elm Street house, where she encounters a little girl on a tricycle, whom she tries to rescue from the clutches of dream-stalking child-killer Freddy Krueger. During their escape, Kristen finds herself in a room filled with the hanging bodies of Krueger’s many victims, and the little girl suddenly exclaims,
"Put me down! You’re hurting me!"
When Kristen looks down at the girl, she finds herself holding nothing but a child-sized skeleton.
Originally, it was planned to be a shriveled, emaciated form of the girl, which was to be animatronically controlled. The task of creating the puppet for the scene fell upon effects artist Mark Shostrom. After being given the two-word prompt of “Think Auschwitz” by director Chuck Russell, Shostrom sculpted a life-size, intricately-detailed puppet form, which took ten full weeks to complete.
When the puppet was brought to the set, the rest of the production crew found it to be so terrifying and unsettling that it was never even filmed. Instead, a hastily-put-together skeleton with scraggly remnants of hair was quickly substituted in its place, leaving Shostrom’s unnerving, yet haunting creation to be unseen by theater-going audiences.
I’ll never understand the “Horror movie effect was too terrifying so we cut it from the movie” mentality.
isn’t that the point? and look at that sweet prop, it’s a crime they never used it.
Peach looks really good in this!
does anyone else accidentally stare at a boys penis when hes wearing pants
me but it’s never an accident
DO GIRLS REALLY DO THIS
yep, I’m just like, how can you hide a penis there? like where does it go?
it’s not even in a sexual way, i’m just like, how does it fit in there? is it uncomfortable?
Like, i don’t understand could possible think that PEOPLE, as in general, might not notice.
Like, fuck, are you (as a guy) not conscious that your dick might be making your pants bulge? cause i sure as hell am.