hummusrevolutionaryfront:

'Just had my day brightened up. Big Caribbean army bloke in front of me on the DLR knitting. Old lady turns to him and says “I didn't know men could knit”. He turns to her and in his best Caribbean accent says “No ma'am, the only thing men can't do is have babies. And there's nothing women can't do.” '

DLR= Docklands Light Railway, London

(Source: ondas-tropicais)

nevver:

That’s a big fish, Brian Skerry
nevver:

That’s a big fish, Brian Skerry
nevver:

That’s a big fish, Brian Skerry

nevver:

That’s a big fish, Brian Skerry

larissafae:

carryonmywaywardstirrup:

endmerit:

Remember that time Daleks and Cybermen had sass-off?

THIS IS LITERALLY MY FAVE SCENE FROM DOCTOR WHO EVER I AM NOT EVEN JOKING I AM SO GLAD SOMEONE MADE A POST OF IT I THINK ABOUT THIS MORE OFTEN THAN IS NORMAL UGH IT MAKES ME SO HAPPY

No one sasses better than the Daleks and Cybermen. No one.

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futureben:

jewlesthemagnificent:

soundlyawake:

enchanted-dystopia:

Sometimes I think I look like this.

I don’t look too different tbh

So much early 90’s in one picture. All he needs is a pair of rollerblades and a Fruitopia and he’d be set.

Did he lay a tissue on the ledge to rest his arm on so his sleeve wouldn’t get dirty?

(Source: hbshizzle)

coolstoryfuckface:

THESE BANANAS WERE
TATTOOED WITH A TOOTH-PICK.
coolstoryfuckface:

THESE BANANAS WERE
TATTOOED WITH A TOOTH-PICK.
coolstoryfuckface:

THESE BANANAS WERE
TATTOOED WITH A TOOTH-PICK.
coolstoryfuckface:

THESE BANANAS WERE
TATTOOED WITH A TOOTH-PICK.
coolstoryfuckface:

THESE BANANAS WERE
TATTOOED WITH A TOOTH-PICK.
coolstoryfuckface:

THESE BANANAS WERE
TATTOOED WITH A TOOTH-PICK.
coolstoryfuckface:

THESE BANANAS WERE
TATTOOED WITH A TOOTH-PICK.
coolstoryfuckface:

THESE BANANAS WERE
TATTOOED WITH A TOOTH-PICK.
coolstoryfuckface:

THESE BANANAS WERE
TATTOOED WITH A TOOTH-PICK.

coolstoryfuckface:

THESE BANANAS WERE

TATTOOED WITH A TOOTH-PICK.

crowcrow:

Found my new workout plan

abandoned-playgrounds:

The Tartar Tent, the Gothic Church, Temple to the God Pan, the Ruined column and the Pyramid all reside in the abandoned French garden ‘Desert de Retz’. Source.
abandoned-playgrounds:

The Tartar Tent, the Gothic Church, Temple to the God Pan, the Ruined column and the Pyramid all reside in the abandoned French garden ‘Desert de Retz’. Source.
abandoned-playgrounds:

The Tartar Tent, the Gothic Church, Temple to the God Pan, the Ruined column and the Pyramid all reside in the abandoned French garden ‘Desert de Retz’. Source.
abandoned-playgrounds:

The Tartar Tent, the Gothic Church, Temple to the God Pan, the Ruined column and the Pyramid all reside in the abandoned French garden ‘Desert de Retz’. Source.
abandoned-playgrounds:

The Tartar Tent, the Gothic Church, Temple to the God Pan, the Ruined column and the Pyramid all reside in the abandoned French garden ‘Desert de Retz’. Source.

abandoned-playgrounds:

The Tartar Tent, the Gothic Church, Temple to the God Pan, the Ruined column and the Pyramid all reside in the abandoned French garden ‘Desert de Retz’. Source.

mymodernmet:

In this unique series called Donut Doubles, St. Louis-based photographer Brandon Voges found clever ways to compare people’s faces to different types of donuts.
mymodernmet:

In this unique series called Donut Doubles, St. Louis-based photographer Brandon Voges found clever ways to compare people’s faces to different types of donuts.
mymodernmet:

In this unique series called Donut Doubles, St. Louis-based photographer Brandon Voges found clever ways to compare people’s faces to different types of donuts.
mymodernmet:

In this unique series called Donut Doubles, St. Louis-based photographer Brandon Voges found clever ways to compare people’s faces to different types of donuts.
mymodernmet:

In this unique series called Donut Doubles, St. Louis-based photographer Brandon Voges found clever ways to compare people’s faces to different types of donuts.
mymodernmet:

In this unique series called Donut Doubles, St. Louis-based photographer Brandon Voges found clever ways to compare people’s faces to different types of donuts.

mymodernmet:

In this unique series called Donut Doubles, St. Louis-based photographer Brandon Voges found clever ways to compare people’s faces to different types of donuts.

how-to-train-your-heartless:

nick-bottom:

mephostophilus:

songofspoilers:

gildatheplant:

I feel that anyone who believes Romeo & Juliet is about some kind of Great and Timeless Love TM* needs to see this.

WE WERE JUST TALKING ABOUT THIS TODAY IN MY SHAKESPEARE CLASS. 

If you go and actually read what Romeo says to Benvolio in the first scene, you will realize that he is only upset because HE WANTED ROSALINE’S BODY AND SHE SAID NO AND SO ROMEO WAS MOPING AND PITCHING A FIT ABOUT IT. Then, the second he lays eyes on Juliet, he’s basically saying

During the balcony scene, Romeo talks about how he scaled the wall of the garden to see Juliet. That is not romantic. That is disrespectful to her. This is a private area of the Capulet home, and Capulet built the wall around it to protect his daughter. This was a time when a woman’s virtue was the most important thing she owned. If Juliet was found with a man in this very private part of her home, everyone would think she was no longer a virgin, her reputation would be ruined, and it would be much harder, if not impossible, for her father to make a good marriage.

Speaking of good marriages, Count Paris is seen as the bad guy because he “comes between” Romeo and Juliet. Capulet had arranged for Paris to marry Juliet in 2 years time, when she would be 16, in a time when most women were already married and mothers by the time they were Juliet’s age at (almost but not quite) 14. Most fathers would have already had their daughters married by now, but he wants to wait two more years AND PARIS IS OKAY WITH THAT. Not only that, but Paris is young (her father could have had her married to a 60 year old man), titled (he’s a fucking Count), wealthy (again, he’s a count, which means Juliet will have financial stability), and, from what we see of him, he is a very good guy. Capulet could have done a LOT worse in choosing his son-in-law.

Finally, here’s something to consider: Juliet was 13, Romeo was 17. Their relationship lasted 3 days, defied their parents, and ended in the deaths of 6 people.

If I ever hear you say that Romeo and Juliet is the greatest love story ever told, I will bitch slap you.

That is all.

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And then, in Shakespeare’s next play, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” he basically went out of his way to make fun of the people who thought that Romeo and Juliet was so deep and romantic in writing the “Pyramus and Thisbe” sequence performed by a bunch of lousy, middle-aged men who saw too deep into it.

Yeah i think Shakespeare was trying to say don’t be a creep and dont marry people less than 24 hours after you meet them

(Source: cessium)

(Source: hkirkh)

optimysticals:

hello-the-future:

hey-sass-butt:

scuttlebuggy:

trashchocolate:

55595472:

eighttwotwopointthreethree:

the-half-boy:

I LIKE IT

I WOULD BUY LIKE A THOUSAND TICKETS FOR THIS

The funniest thing about this is only one of the actors gets drunk and its a different person each night so it isn’t just everyone struggling its everyone else doing their shit and one person fucking it all up it’s BRILLIANT.

HOW DO I AUDITION 

dream job

$29 TICKETS

I was briefly involved with a Shakespeare company that did this. It was combination funny-sad. 

I feel like this is the sort of thing Shakespeare would approve of if he popped into our time period. 

Like after he got over the fact that all of his dick jokes were still popular and were touted as this ultimate form of perfect theatre and literature. 

He’s see something like this and be like, “Aww yeah, that’s the legacy I was going for.”

  1. Camera: Kyocera Rise
  2. Aperture: f/261.2241734895
  3. Exposure: 261.2241734895"
  4. Focal Length: 2mm

thedisneyseries:

Why I love Disney/Pixar movies: the details