Spotted Chameleon

Apr 23

nothisisc8:

YOU KIDS THESE DAYS AND YER FANCY “SPRINTING” AND “MOTION CONTROLS”

WHEN I WAS YOUR AGE WE COULDN’T MAKE LINK RUN FASTER

NO, WE HAD TO ROLL ACROSS HYRULE FIELD TO MAKE IT TO KAKARIKO BY NIGHTFALL

BAREFOOT, IN THE SNOW, TAPPING THE A BUTTON REPEATEDLY FOR 10 MILES

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thorhead:

do you think when johnny depp agrees to be in a movie with a different director he goes home at night and tim burton is just there with his face pressed against the window and johnny has to close the curtains to avoid feeling guilty

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reaper-senpai:

spookykeyholes:

swarms of lickitung are terrifying

COME ON GET DOWN WITH THE SICKNESS

reaper-senpai:

spookykeyholes:

swarms of lickitung are terrifying

COME ON GET DOWN WITH THE SICKNESS

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forlackofabettercomic:

There are just some problems that a punch can’t fix.

forlackofabettercomic:

There are just some problems that a punch can’t fix.


guncomfortable:

clubbedsoda:

the names bond
covalent bond

taken, not shared

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pixelame:

HERE’S AN ASSIGNMENT I HAD TO DO ABOUT ROME IN WORLD HISTORY HAVE A LOOK AT IT INTERNET

pixelame:

HERE’S AN ASSIGNMENT I HAD TO DO ABOUT ROME IN WORLD HISTORY HAVE A LOOK AT IT INTERNET

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sapphicsideshow:

The best visual representation of “No Homo!” in cinematic history.

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Apr 22

earlcarpenter:

If you didn’t want me to talk about musicals for 5 hours then you shouldn’t have muttered that one sentence that vaguely sounds like a lyric from a musical really you brought this on yourself 

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timaeustrickortreat:

spookbrush-traynor:

timaeustrickortreat:

richasapo:

pizzaforpresident:

OH MY GOFD

It took me a while to get it and then the bomb dropped

vladimir putin cracker
putin biscuit
jatz vladimir
cracker putin
i don’t get it

Putin on the Ritz.

OH

timaeustrickortreat:

spookbrush-traynor:

timaeustrickortreat:

richasapo:

pizzaforpresident:

OH MY GOFD

It took me a while to get it and then the bomb dropped

vladimir putin cracker

putin biscuit

jatz vladimir

cracker putin

i don’t get it

Putin on the Ritz.

OH

(via carry-on-my-wayward-butt)


jonnovstheinternet:

So I heard it’s Earth Day

image

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art-of-swords:

Combination of Katar Dagger & Flintlock Pistol

  • Dated: probably 18th century
  • Culture: Indian
  • Medium: steel, brass, gold

Source: Copyright © 2013 Historical Arms & Armor


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trillow:

"hello 911 i’d like to report a murder in th-" "haha, wow you’re a little snitch. hold on a sec. HEY DAVE, CHECK OUT THIS FUCKIN SNITCH ON LINE THREE"

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centuriespast:

Goddess of the River Xiang
Fu Baoshi  (Chinese, 1904–1965)
Date: dated 1947 Culture: China Medium: Album leaf; ink and color on paper
Here, Fu was inspired by verses from a cycle of poems entitled the Nine Songs that is traditionally attributed to Qu Yuan. The Xiang River, a major tributary of the Yangzi that ran through the state of Chu, was known to harbor a goddess in its depths. She surfaced and enchanted the poet, who swore to make her his bride. The moment of enchantment depicted by Fu is described by the poet::The Child of God, descending the northern bank,Turns on me her eyes that are dark with longing.Gently the wind of autumn whispers;On the waves of Dongting Lake the leaves are falling.(David Hawkes, trans., Ch’u Tz’u: The Songs of the South [Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1959], p. 38)
The Metropolitan Museum

centuriespast:

Goddess of the River Xiang

Fu Baoshi  (Chinese, 1904–1965)

Date: dated 1947 Culture: China Medium: Album leaf; ink and color on paper

Here, Fu was inspired by verses from a cycle of poems entitled the Nine Songs that is traditionally attributed to Qu Yuan. The Xiang River, a major tributary of the Yangzi that ran through the state of Chu, was known to harbor a goddess in its depths. She surfaced and enchanted the poet, who swore to make her his bride. The moment of enchantment depicted by Fu is described by the poet::

The Child of God, descending the northern bank,Turns on me her eyes that are dark with longing.Gently the wind of autumn whispers;
On the waves of Dongting Lake the leaves are falling.

(David Hawkes, trans., Ch’u Tz’u: The Songs of the South [Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1959], p. 38)

The Metropolitan Museum

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