pluckypalaeontologist:

sillyunicorntime:

dieceased:

daiyaoowada:

I told my government class about the Great Emu War and half the class didn’t believe me so we had my government teacher look it up on the projector oh my god

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only in australia

wait how did the emus win

have you ever met an emu

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ArtistJesper Kyd
TitleDam Top
AlbumBorderlands 2 Original Soundtrack

theeleventhsherlock:

itsstuckyinmyhead:

Avengers Laughs, Giggles, and Manly Chuckles Set #10

I fucking love the Marvel fandom

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ealperin:

the-fandoms-are-cool:

itsjustlarz:

PEOPLE NEED TO LEARN THAT LAST ONE FOREAL

HEY

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it’s okay I know everybody forgets Meet The Robinsons so I got your back

I think we’re forgetting someone:

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dead-pendragon:

heterophilia:

Thinking youre attractive but having a lot of insecurities is like having a crush on yourself but not knowing if you like yourself back.

SOMEONE SAID IT

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freedomconvicted:

i really like the idea of cecil being a presence/voice that can take up any shape or form if he desires it. also, im pretty sure carlos wont be able to hear anymore

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Saving “In The Flesh”

firecracker452:

In The Flesh is a BBC3 show about zombies. Reading that, you’d expect something akin to The Walking Dead or at least a horror movie. But In The Flesh uses the post-apocolyptic zombie theme as a conduit, rather than a shallow focus. A conduit for some of the most gripping, emotional, political, sensitive, complex, and intelligent drama I’ve seen in a long while. The main character, Kieren, is compelling and a joy to watch, as are the supporting characters, who all have their own arcs —lives, if you will. The showrunner gives so much credit to the viewer’s own intuition. Nothing is shoved in your face, and that makes the emotional impact of this show, and Kieren’s story, so much more intense. I can’t recommend it enough.

It currently has two seasons and I’m sure it would be secure for a third in a heartbeat, if it weren’t for the fact that BBC3, the channel it’s airing on, is in trouble. Save the channel, and I’m pretty confident the show will be safe too. 

There’s a petition to save BBC3 and it already has over 200.000 signatures. It needs more. If you’re as excited about the show as I am, or if you want to give it a go, please sign the petition:

http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/to-the-bbc-trust-savebbc3#share

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The Maze Runner Trailer

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charminglyantiquated:

a little love story about mermaids and tattoos

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