Rants, raves, and miscellaneous junk.

theonlywayistogether:

THIS WILL NEVER NOT BE FUNNY
THEIR REACTIONS ALONE

(Source: medicgil)

rainbowbarnacle:

kurloz38:

uggbert:

also a dad cosplayer gave me this and it killed me inside

Ahahaha…that was me! I was Dadbert today, and I love ALL the Homestucks!

AWWWW!

(Source: youtu.be)

hreny:

this cartoon was real

afterwits:

joyeuse-noelle:

baenling:

mrpaws:

Happy Ferret Tongues.

Long Hamsters

Cat Snakes

snackerston

rainbowbarnacle:

koboldkatze:

do not disturb

BAAAAAABBBBY

(Source: themexicanpirate)

swagturnedon:

what do you wanna do?
idk, what do you wanna do?
idk, what do you wanna do?
idk, what do you wanna do?

swagturnedon:

what do you wanna do?

idk, what do you wanna do?

idk, what do you wanna do?

idk, what do you wanna do?

not-quite-normal:

I LOVE!! THESE GUYS!!!

(Source: memewhore)

(Source: neilcicierega)

sammybitchfacewinchester:

fricken-nuggets:

fricken-nuggets:

Whats red and bad for your teeth?

a brick

well you’re not wrong

willetton:

3 cyborg dogs investigate a strange ocean dog

(Source: fortscrotum)

femme-de-lettres:

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Richard Caton Woodville (1825-1855) painted Politics in an Oyster House in 1848.

In it, as the Walters Art Museum writes, “[t]he characters are engaged with the politics of their time, on which Woodville, characteristically, takes no stand.”

While it’s true that Woodville takes no stand on the specific politics themselves, however, he does take a subtle stand on something. After all, the older man looks like he’s sharing a tolerant smile with the viewer at the expense of the slightly scruffy younger man who seems to have pulled his opinions from the newspaper in his hand.

Woodville’s dig is not at any political standpoint, but at a mode of engaging in political debate.

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