penny in the air...

madness and greatness are two sides of the same coin

bellagschang:

ink-and-turpentine:

thorki-hiddlesworth:

In one single rant, Dean covered about 75% of the human emotional spectrum. 

the longer you watch his facial expression in the second gif the funnier it gets

I think it’s because of how drastically it changes in the span of a millisecond.

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sakimichan:

 three big evils

My takes on male maleficent, Male Ursula and female Hades.

I love painting fantasy and none human colored skin! Hope you guys like ^_^

Like me on facebook for more updates and progress steps : D

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lohgan:

This sums up my life pretty well

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professorfangirl:

thejejunejesuit:

verbingallthenouns:

kneesntoews:

you know more people might enjoy Shakespeare if you taught them about the dick jokes and encouraged them to laugh at the jokes and understand the puns and the sex jokes and to treat the comedies like the ridiculous soap operas they are 

I had a good teacher once who did this, and then I took several classes on Shakespeare because I could laugh at dick jokes for a grade.

In my experience, there was a sharp distinction between studying Shakespeare in high school and in college, and that was it. Unfortunately, by undergrad, many students are already turned off by Shakespeare; the works are seen as archaic and irrelevant, obligations to be suffered through rather than enjoyed (though the phrasing most of my students would likely use is more along the lines of “this shit’s boring”).

I feel it incumbent upon me as an educator to refer you to my Top 5 Shakespeare Dick Jokes.

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Asker Anonymous Asks:
What are a few things you wish non-Australian people knew about Australia?
medraut medraut Said:

thequeenvevo:

bbc-breaks-hearts:

rockcandypassion:

I’ve been thinking about this ask for a while and here’s what I’ve come up with;

Australia is pronounced “uh-STRAY-lee-ah” rather than “AWW-stray-lee-ah”
Melbourne is pronounced “MEL-bin”, not “mel-BORN”
Brisbane is “BRIS-bin”, not “BRIS-bay-n”
Canberra is “CAN-brah”, not “can-BER-rah”

"Yeah nah" means no
"Nah yeah" means yes

"Fanny" means vagina, not butt

No-one under the age of 60 actually says “G’day mate”

Pies are full of meat

This is fairy bread and everyone should experience it’s magic at children’s birthday parties

These are thongs

These are biscuits

Male kangaroos obviously don’t have pouches because males DON’T HAVE BABIES

Kangaroos don’t just hang around people’s houses they’re wild anim- Oh wait this is my driveway;

THANK YOU

you people are a circus

A. A. appreciation week // day 2: favorite moments

the eyebrow

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University of Oxford, under the stars

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Women are told it is unfeminine and gross to have muscles and to cultivate strength, which in turn leads them to actively avoid doing things that will build muscles and strength, which then makes them even less capable of doing things that require strength, which the critics then use as proof of women’s inherent physical frailty. And so the cycle continues…

Women’s difficulty with pull-ups is about more than biology | Fit and Feminist (via rememo)

And I always want to point out here: women, on average, possess more lower-body strength, while men, on average, possess more upper-body strength. There’s a lot of overlap and it isn’t always individually applicable, but that’s the generalization, averaging across the population.

But we SOCIALLY value upper-body strength, and upper-body muscles. So we construct women as weaker, because we refuse to measure them on the body parts where they may be stronger, we devalue those.

Lifting is mostly done with the legs. So women may be as good or better at heavy lifting as men. But we socially construct lifting as having to do with large, muscular arms and chests. You don’t really need powerful arms and chests to lift—you need powerful thighs, otherwise you’re gonna throw your back out. We actually lie about what makes a person strong and capable to favor men.

Push-up and pull-ups are upper-body strength exercises. So they’re socially valued. The military doesn’t tell you to do 20 squats as penance. No one is fucking impressed by all the squats you can do. Squats just sound stupid, hah, squats. We laugh at them because women might be better at them than men, on average. They’re worthless.

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This stuff plays into all sorts of other body image problems, too. The body weight that’s regarded as ideal for women, for example, is really only achievable for individuals suffering from mild to moderate muscular atrophy. You literally can’t get there just by shedding fat - you also have to let your muscles waste away. We actually regard it as “normal” for a woman to be suffering from muscular atrophy.

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In addition to having more natural lower body strength, women have a higher natural tolerance for pain and discomfort, and actually have more natural endurance because of this. As a matter of fact, women are optimally built for many types of strenuous physical activity, especially activities that require endurance like hiking or long-distance running. (Think about it—women have more natural fat reserves, lower centers of gravity, strong, short legs, and are also usually used to managing pain because of periods and other female-specific occurrences.)

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falulatonks:

"Why did you dress Clyde up like a shark?"
"Miss Hudson has concerned the winter has been unduly harsh on him so she knitted several turtle cozies. I find them amusing to look at, would have been a nice way to wake up."

#this is such a dumb little thing #but think about sherlock coming into joan’s room early in the morning #clyde in his cozy in sherlock’s hands #and sherlock watching joan sleep just for a moment #not intentionally observing her but he can’t help it #the way her hands tucks under her chin in a fist when the case is rough #the way she spreads out in the middle of the bad after a satisfying solve #the way he’d know the season by the way the light hits her hair across her pillow #and then clyde squirms in his hand #and sherlock sets him gently on the edge of the bed #and watches clyde crawl while sherlock shuts the door behind him #and heads downstairs to make tea#because joan will be up soon #and joan will want tea (via)

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binedect-camburbetch:

thepotterwholockian:

umqraa:

ronweasley:

jamesandhisginger:

theghostfromhoneydukes:

robinwantstobeamoderndancer:

#look at neville’s face. #he’s trying so hard #to be all like, #”wow great singing! #nice job!” #because he’s a fucking #sweetheart like that #just such a goddamn nice guy.

it’s even better than that because he’s trying to protect trevor’s ears instead of his own XD I love you neville<3 

#and ron is so badass he doesn’t even need to cover his ears #he’s all like ya’ll mad? 

Ron is used to it because Percy loves to sing in the shower.

but omfg the knight in the background is all like wHO DARE COMES TO ATTACK ME

yeah but dean and seamus are holding hands

Wait what

binedect-camburbetch:

thepotterwholockian:

umqraa:

ronweasley:

jamesandhisginger:

theghostfromhoneydukes:

robinwantstobeamoderndancer:

#look at neville’s face. #he’s trying so hard #to be all like, #”wow great singing! #nice job!” #because he’s a fucking #sweetheart like that #just such a goddamn nice guy.

it’s even better than that because he’s trying to protect trevor’s ears instead of his own XD I love you neville<3 

#and ron is so badass he doesn’t even need to cover his ears #he’s all like ya’ll mad? 

Ron is used to it because Percy loves to sing in the shower.

but omfg the knight in the background is all like wHO DARE COMES TO ATTACK ME

yeah but dean and seamus are holding hands

Wait what

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pyramidsandporn:

brokenponycutiemark:

Some background: I’ve worked in gaming since 1994. I’ve worked in video game QA (quality assurance) for 8 years.

This is the FINEST glitch I’ve ever seen ANYWHERE - and that includes the World of Warcraft “turn north and crash” bug I keep running into.

omfg

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1234567smile:

Holland Roden for Line magazine

albinwonderland:

onamissiontocivilize:

electrodaggers:

littlesati:

Margaery Tyrell’s wedding dress (x)

From the “Just so we’re clear, I don’t love you, in fact I hate you” collection.

this dress screams HANDS OFF, ASSHOLE and I love it

omfg I want this dress for day wear

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