...and have you heard voices?

Aug 25
Aug 25
ruinedchildhood:

my rides here

ruinedchildhood:

my rides here

Aug 25
tastefullyoffensive:

[kelcier]
Aug 22
nevver:

The New Yorker
Aug 22

doctorwho:

WE HAVE MADE A MOST IMPORTANT DISCOVERY.

If you update your Facebook status to say ‘watching Doctor Who’, through the smiley face and drop down menu, it puts a TINY TARDIS IN YOUR STATUS.

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Aug 22

digitalillumination:

Donna Noble, smashing your bullshit.

Aug 22
cute-overload:

Hey look at me!http://cute-overload.tumblr.com
Aug 22

In hard-to-find footage, the comic powerhouse Phil Hartman is supported by the Saturday Night Live Family singers, as they sing an altered version of “So Long, Farewell” from The Sound of Music. Cast members perform as their recurring characters, until only Chris Farley is left as motivational speaker Matt Foley. Farley falls asleep onstage, nuzzled tightly into Hartman’s shoulder. The spotlight tightens around the two, Hartman’s voice cracking with emotion as he sings his final goodbyes, the camera eventually fading away into the distance [x] | May 14, 1994

Aug 21

tendads:

Ron Funches gets a case of the giggles

Aug 21
Aug 21
the-frog-is-staying:

Cookie Monster catching a cookie thrown by an audience member at the NerdHQ panel

the-frog-is-staying:

Cookie Monster catching a cookie thrown by an audience member at the NerdHQ panel

Aug 21
rosetranes:

never let go

rosetranes:

never let go

Aug 21

twcno:

futurebatgirl:

patrexes:

4sensesplusascarf:

Whenever I hear people say that classical music is boring I just want to remind them that Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture called for a cannon to be fired a total of 16 times.

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remove cattle from stage

that’s not even the best partimagekey terms include:

  • balance your chair on two legs”
  • "continue swimming motion"
  • "insert peanuts"
  • "play ball!"
  • "release the penguins"
  • "gradually become agitated"
  • "light explosives now….. and…..   ….. now."
Aug 21

ryannorth:

sttngfashion:

Reader Claire sent us this awesome photo of “24th Century Casualwear” that is basically 100% perfect. As she explains it: “I met all the basic requirements: asymmetrical hemlines; color blocking; secondary colors; inappropriate fabrics (the top is made of wool felt); and weird straps that don’t serve an obvious purpose.” This color story of dried-blood brown, deep mustard, and Eddie Bauer 1997 Hunter Green is absolutely something we’d see on one of the Enterprise’s non-uniformed denizens.

I also LOVE the little “purse” she made to go with it! Claire says: “I designed the labels on my computer and had them printed on bumper sticker stock; the black lines are Chartpak tape, which is what they used to do all those lines on props and sets on the show.”

A+ COSPLAY, CLAIRE. You are ready for a casual coffee date at Ten Forward.

I love the idea of making casual wear based on the cues of Starfleet uniforms.  Super rad!

Aug 21