anneboleyns:

i will give this wretched world the queen it  D E S E R V E S

Kristen Stewart gets so much unwarranted hate that I don’t like criticizing her, but she was totally miscast in this movie. Especially when put up against the charismatic powerhouse of Charlize Theron’s performance.

kireinahana:

thirp:

I don’t know why but this looks to me like I’m on an operation table receiving surgery from cats

Nevermind this is it

"Which kidney were we supposed to take out?"

(Source: catasters)

oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this.

>Lives in <won’t name place for privacy, but you know that I know, and we both know it gets WAY more snow than where I am>
>says wants to move to snowy climate


LOL that would probably be me after too long. Our winter last year was a joke: we had snow for less than three weeks (which led to this summer’s drought, and all those fires). I hope we get a real winter this year, before I move back to the other side of the mountains. The only time I remember having snow over there for more than four days was Snowpocalypse in 2008. I walked the two blocks to the grocery store and found five cars in the ditch.

It snows here for two days and everyone loses their minds. I saw like 40 cars all skid out in Lynnwood at the intersection where 164th turns into 44th, near 99. Some dude literally tried to stop me, and my friend and I were like “you aren’t a cop, go away, we’re in a subaru.” and he still tried and we were like “we’re also armed, if that makes you feel better?” as we just rolled passed him.

http://youtu.be/rhZCyQ3emQg
Speaking of skidding. Almost nobody over there knows how to drive in the snow. My dad made me learn to drive in snow when I was a teenager, and over here I’m totally down with it, but over there? The other drivers scare the shit out of me. Everybody really does lose their minds. I was further south during Snowpocalypse, but we still had almost two feet of snow, and you’d think the goddamn world had ended. My parents watched it all and laughed their asses off, especially my mom, who lived in Alaska for a while. She says watching people panic over a little snow is adorable. Do you remember the buses that went down the hill and almost crashed onto I-5? oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this.

>Lives in <won’t name place for privacy, but you know that I know, and we both know it gets WAY more snow than where I am>
>says wants to move to snowy climate


LOL that would probably be me after too long. Our winter last year was a joke: we had snow for less than three weeks (which led to this summer’s drought, and all those fires). I hope we get a real winter this year, before I move back to the other side of the mountains. The only time I remember having snow over there for more than four days was Snowpocalypse in 2008. I walked the two blocks to the grocery store and found five cars in the ditch.

It snows here for two days and everyone loses their minds. I saw like 40 cars all skid out in Lynnwood at the intersection where 164th turns into 44th, near 99. Some dude literally tried to stop me, and my friend and I were like “you aren’t a cop, go away, we’re in a subaru.” and he still tried and we were like “we’re also armed, if that makes you feel better?” as we just rolled passed him.

http://youtu.be/rhZCyQ3emQg
Speaking of skidding. Almost nobody over there knows how to drive in the snow. My dad made me learn to drive in snow when I was a teenager, and over here I’m totally down with it, but over there? The other drivers scare the shit out of me. Everybody really does lose their minds. I was further south during Snowpocalypse, but we still had almost two feet of snow, and you’d think the goddamn world had ended. My parents watched it all and laughed their asses off, especially my mom, who lived in Alaska for a while. She says watching people panic over a little snow is adorable. Do you remember the buses that went down the hill and almost crashed onto I-5? oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this.

>Lives in <won’t name place for privacy, but you know that I know, and we both know it gets WAY more snow than where I am>
>says wants to move to snowy climate


LOL that would probably be me after too long. Our winter last year was a joke: we had snow for less than three weeks (which led to this summer’s drought, and all those fires). I hope we get a real winter this year, before I move back to the other side of the mountains. The only time I remember having snow over there for more than four days was Snowpocalypse in 2008. I walked the two blocks to the grocery store and found five cars in the ditch.

It snows here for two days and everyone loses their minds. I saw like 40 cars all skid out in Lynnwood at the intersection where 164th turns into 44th, near 99. Some dude literally tried to stop me, and my friend and I were like “you aren’t a cop, go away, we’re in a subaru.” and he still tried and we were like “we’re also armed, if that makes you feel better?” as we just rolled passed him.

http://youtu.be/rhZCyQ3emQg
Speaking of skidding. Almost nobody over there knows how to drive in the snow. My dad made me learn to drive in snow when I was a teenager, and over here I’m totally down with it, but over there? The other drivers scare the shit out of me. Everybody really does lose their minds. I was further south during Snowpocalypse, but we still had almost two feet of snow, and you’d think the goddamn world had ended. My parents watched it all and laughed their asses off, especially my mom, who lived in Alaska for a while. She says watching people panic over a little snow is adorable. Do you remember the buses that went down the hill and almost crashed onto I-5? oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this.

>Lives in <won’t name place for privacy, but you know that I know, and we both know it gets WAY more snow than where I am>
>says wants to move to snowy climate


LOL that would probably be me after too long. Our winter last year was a joke: we had snow for less than three weeks (which led to this summer’s drought, and all those fires). I hope we get a real winter this year, before I move back to the other side of the mountains. The only time I remember having snow over there for more than four days was Snowpocalypse in 2008. I walked the two blocks to the grocery store and found five cars in the ditch.

It snows here for two days and everyone loses their minds. I saw like 40 cars all skid out in Lynnwood at the intersection where 164th turns into 44th, near 99. Some dude literally tried to stop me, and my friend and I were like “you aren’t a cop, go away, we’re in a subaru.” and he still tried and we were like “we’re also armed, if that makes you feel better?” as we just rolled passed him.

http://youtu.be/rhZCyQ3emQg
Speaking of skidding. Almost nobody over there knows how to drive in the snow. My dad made me learn to drive in snow when I was a teenager, and over here I’m totally down with it, but over there? The other drivers scare the shit out of me. Everybody really does lose their minds. I was further south during Snowpocalypse, but we still had almost two feet of snow, and you’d think the goddamn world had ended. My parents watched it all and laughed their asses off, especially my mom, who lived in Alaska for a while. She says watching people panic over a little snow is adorable. Do you remember the buses that went down the hill and almost crashed onto I-5?

oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this.

>Lives in <won’t name place for privacy, but you know that I know, and we both know it gets WAY more snow than where I am>

>says wants to move to snowy climate

LOL that would probably be me after too long. Our winter last year was a joke: we had snow for less than three weeks (which led to this summer’s drought, and all those fires). I hope we get a real winter this year, before I move back to the other side of the mountains. The only time I remember having snow over there for more than four days was Snowpocalypse in 2008. I walked the two blocks to the grocery store and found five cars in the ditch.

It snows here for two days and everyone loses their minds. I saw like 40 cars all skid out in Lynnwood at the intersection where 164th turns into 44th, near 99. Some dude literally tried to stop me, and my friend and I were like “you aren’t a cop, go away, we’re in a subaru.” and he still tried and we were like “we’re also armed, if that makes you feel better?” as we just rolled passed him.

http://youtu.be/rhZCyQ3emQg

Speaking of skidding. Almost nobody over there knows how to drive in the snow. My dad made me learn to drive in snow when I was a teenager, and over here I’m totally down with it, but over there? The other drivers scare the shit out of me. Everybody really does lose their minds. I was further south during Snowpocalypse, but we still had almost two feet of snow, and you’d think the goddamn world had ended. My parents watched it all and laughed their asses off, especially my mom, who lived in Alaska for a while. She says watching people panic over a little snow is adorable. Do you remember the buses that went down the hill and almost crashed onto I-5?

(Source: highwaycruisin)

Most accurate of text posts. Seriously, I re-watched Prometheus again a few days ago, and I had forgotten how completely fucking creepy David 8 is.

Most accurate of text posts. Seriously, I re-watched Prometheus again a few days ago, and I had forgotten how completely fucking creepy David 8 is.

hentai-ass:

fellmoon:

tobiasxva:

I love accurate deadpool cosplay gifs.

This is why we need a real R rated Deadpool movie.

Protip: It IS Deadpool. He comes through the fourth wall to go to cons as himself

Fuck this is perfect

(Source: bored-no-more)

ji-bril:

tourmaline2:

A dress designed to change color in the rain, thanks to dye sewn into 
the seams. Created by Sean Kelly, Modeled by Angelica Guillen-Jimenez

this was so iconic, i’m glad i was alive for it

As awesome as this is, you’d never be able to wash it.

oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this.

&gt;Lives in &lt;won’t name place for privacy, but you know that I know, and we both know it gets WAY more snow than where I am&gt;
&gt;says wants to move to snowy climate


LOL that would probably be me after too long. Our winter last year was a joke: we had snow for less than three weeks (which led to this summer&#8217;s drought, and all those fires). I hope we get a real winter this year, before I move back to the other side of the mountains. The only time I remember having snow over there for more than four days was Snowpocalypse in 2008. I walked the two blocks to the grocery store and found five cars in the ditch. oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this.

&gt;Lives in &lt;won’t name place for privacy, but you know that I know, and we both know it gets WAY more snow than where I am&gt;
&gt;says wants to move to snowy climate


LOL that would probably be me after too long. Our winter last year was a joke: we had snow for less than three weeks (which led to this summer&#8217;s drought, and all those fires). I hope we get a real winter this year, before I move back to the other side of the mountains. The only time I remember having snow over there for more than four days was Snowpocalypse in 2008. I walked the two blocks to the grocery store and found five cars in the ditch. oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this.

&gt;Lives in &lt;won’t name place for privacy, but you know that I know, and we both know it gets WAY more snow than where I am&gt;
&gt;says wants to move to snowy climate


LOL that would probably be me after too long. Our winter last year was a joke: we had snow for less than three weeks (which led to this summer&#8217;s drought, and all those fires). I hope we get a real winter this year, before I move back to the other side of the mountains. The only time I remember having snow over there for more than four days was Snowpocalypse in 2008. I walked the two blocks to the grocery store and found five cars in the ditch. oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this.

&gt;Lives in &lt;won’t name place for privacy, but you know that I know, and we both know it gets WAY more snow than where I am&gt;
&gt;says wants to move to snowy climate


LOL that would probably be me after too long. Our winter last year was a joke: we had snow for less than three weeks (which led to this summer&#8217;s drought, and all those fires). I hope we get a real winter this year, before I move back to the other side of the mountains. The only time I remember having snow over there for more than four days was Snowpocalypse in 2008. I walked the two blocks to the grocery store and found five cars in the ditch.

oparnoshoshoi:

spamberguesa:

oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this.

>Lives in <won’t name place for privacy, but you know that I know, and we both know it gets WAY more snow than where I am>

>says wants to move to snowy climate

LOL that would probably be me after too long. Our winter last year was a joke: we had snow for less than three weeks (which led to this summer’s drought, and all those fires). I hope we get a real winter this year, before I move back to the other side of the mountains. The only time I remember having snow over there for more than four days was Snowpocalypse in 2008. I walked the two blocks to the grocery store and found five cars in the ditch.

(Source: highwaycruisin)

oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this. oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this. oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this. oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this.

oparnoshoshoi:

tacticalhipster:

spirited-driving:

WHY

Yes

I feel like the “why” is pretty obvious.

I want to move to a snowy climate just so I can have this.

(Source: highwaycruisin)

moonblossom:

221cbakerstreet:

qwanderer:

thisisevenharderthannamingablog:

girl-farts:

kingcheddarxvii:

notviolet:

Chris Pratt Interrupts Interview To French Braid Intern’s Hair

SHUT THE HELL U P

this man has gone too far

damn

Where does Marvel FIND these people?

Imagine - Chris Pratt and Jeremy Renner show up to your door the night of prom and your parents are like WHY DO YOU HAVE TWO DATES AND WHY ARE THEY SO BIG AND BEEFY AND INTIMIDATING but Chris is just like “Nah I’m hair” and Jeremy raises his hand and says “And I’m makeup”

surprisingly well done

If this doesn’t result in an AU where Hawkeye and Star-Lord decide to retire and open a salon together, I don’t know what we’re all doing with our lives.

Is there a think to this interview? I need to know how this even came about.

(Source: chrisprattdelicious)

I love when celebrities get star-struck by other celebrities.

(Source: stevemcqueened)