sayakist:

railroadsoftware:

whats that feel when no bf

relief

miss-love:

Started watching Luther recently and may I say I AM BOTHERED

nickandmore:

Some characters in Cartoon Network’s City Bumps (started in 2004)

suckmymara:

nsfw: no sympathy for weeaboos 

mothernaturenetwork:

11 photos that prove tigers have a softer side
July 29 is International Tiger Day, a holiday that raises awareness of their endangered status and advocates a global system for conserving their natural habitats.
 
While tigers are known for their striking stripes, massive size, barbed tongues, razor sharp teeth and predatory instinct, it’s also important to recognize how cute and lovable they can be. Here are just a few photos demonstrating the gentle side of these beautiful creatures.

See all the photos.

fullhale:

we’re living in an era where capturing moments on our phones is more important than building giant robots to protect us from the giant alien lizard monsters emerging from the depths of the pacific ocean

piercingthe-ongelooflijk:

THE CHOREOGRAPHY IS SO FUCKING BEAUTIFUL I DIDN’T EVEN SLOW DOWN THE GIF THAT’S EXACTLY THE SPEED THEY FOUGHT AT 

piercingthe-ongelooflijk:

THE CHOREOGRAPHY IS SO FUCKING BEAUTIFUL I DIDN’T EVEN SLOW DOWN THE GIF THAT’S EXACTLY THE SPEED THEY FOUGHT AT 

greatmoustachesploosh:

"Hello, this is the Gay Police.  You two have been too gay.  You’re under arrest."

beautyandterrordance:

The Universal Studios Frankenstein series:

"Frankenstein" (1931)
"The Bride of Frankenstein" (1935)
"Son of Frankenstein" (1939)
"The Ghost of Frankenstein" (1942)
"Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man" (1943)

"House of Frankenstein" (1944)
"House of Dracula" (1945)
"Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" (1948), via horroroftruant.