Posted 20 hours ago

Yo soy Groot


Yo soy Groot

(Source: kawaii-yaois)

Posted 23 hours ago


I rendered Milo Manara’s Spider-Woman pose in 3D.

Posted 1 day ago

There’s a Canadian dairy magazine called “Cowsmopolitan.” Source

I read that as “dirty magazine.”


There’s a Canadian dairy magazine called “Cowsmopolitan.” Source

I read that as “dirty magazine.”

Posted 1 day ago



Tyson the Swan

Tyson will attack you if you come within a two-mile stretch of the Grand Union Canal in Bugbrooke, Northamptonshire. Joe Davies learned this the hard way and capsized.


This is a Matt ‘n’ Dusty joke waiting to happen.

Since birds are descendants of the dinosaurs, you’re looking at a real life Jurassic Park incident.

You’re welcome.

Posted 1 day ago




cat riding dog (wearing sunglasses)

that dog has a frickin cELL PHONE WHAT KIND OF ANIMAL IS THIS

someone who turned into his fursona

Posted 1 day ago


From an animated YouTube series I was a voice actor on:

Client: Hey, I just wanted to let you know that [a fellow cast member] killed himself last night.

Me: Oh my God! That’s terrible!

Client: It’s okay, I’ve sent out emails to potential replacements, and we should be back on track…

I’d say that assuming makes an ass out of you and me, but he was clearly an ass to begin with.
Posted 1 day ago


Something I’ve been working on in between assignments as my warm up. Been trying to come up with a new hair style for my version of Sally for years, and for a laugh I tried this and… and now I’ve realised the terrible mistake I have made because it’s too adorable on her but I don’t know if she’d keep it like this!

Also freckles. Because I said so. 

Bottom is a bonus ice cream coloured version because did you know it’s been a million years since I’ve coloured a picture of Sally, and in SatAM alone she has three colour schemes just for her browns? And these two worked the best for me? (top is season two’s “daylight” version, bottom is pilot episode minus black hair)

More punk hair cut and freckled Sally, everyone.

All done in photoshop.

Please do not copy, edit, or reupload. Image and character © Laura. B, thank you

Posted 1 day ago

Came into work today and found this doodle of a man next to the soundboard. I made my own addition.

Posted 2 days ago








ja ja ja ja ja
a spanish person laughing or a german person during sex???

you decide

Finnish person struggling to remember what they were about to say next

polish person trying to get themself noticed

portuguese person trying to hush other people

Chinese person trying to do calculations

swedish person wanting to get out of a conversation

Language is beautiful
Posted 2 days ago

Here’s a little clip from the show.
Source: Child of the 80s, Facebook community


Here’s a little clip from the show.

Source: Child of the 80s, Facebook community

Posted 2 days ago


Robert Gligorov

Posted 2 days ago


How the frak

When he was first writing Game of Thrones, horses hadn’t evolved yet.

Posted 2 days ago

Armond White - Across the Ungreat Divide

So, Armond White, a movie critic so aggressively wrong that not even Ebert could back him up, has published a list of movies that, in his astute opinion, “effectively destroyed art, social unity, and spiritual confidence.” Let’s have a sampling, shall we?

2) The Dark Knight (2008) used the Batman myth to undermine heroism, overturn social mores, and embrace anarchy.

Except how the whole movie did exactly the opposite of that.

4) 12 Years a Slave(2013) distorted the history of slavery while encouraging and continuing Hollywood’s malign neglect of slavery’s contemporary impact.

Now, the point has to be made that Mr. White, ironically enough, is a person of color, as can be seen by his picture here:

5) Wall-E(2008) — Nihilism made cute for children of all ages who know nothing about cultural history or how to sustain it.


8) Frost/Nixon (2008) — Political vengeance disguised as a dual biopic that prized showbiz egotism over conflicted public service.

Aside from “conflicted public service,” I’m giving this one to him, because this is Oliver Stone we are talking about.

10) The Social Network (2010) — David Fincher’s new Horatio Alger tale glorified technocrat Mark Zuckerberg with chic, digital-era arrogance.

Apparently “glorified” means “made to look like a self-centered jackass.”

11) Precious (2009) coincided with Obama’s first year in office to revive racial condescension with the audacity of nope.

There were a lot of movies which releases coincided with Obama’s first year. Also “Audacity of nope?” Really?

15) Inglourious Basterds(2009) — Quentin Tarantino’s answer to Abu Ghraib, a cruel, jokey, ahistorical revision of WWII.

Apparently, White thought that Tarantino was “cruel” to Nazis.

16) The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) — Ass-kicking espionage disparaged American foreign policy while making money off it.

Apparently, two men in a field trying to kill the other without being spotted first is a metaphor for the Gaza Crisis…which makes sense, actually.

17) Mr. and Mrs. Smith(2005) — Sarcastic violence is the new marriage equality, says Brangelina, Hollywood’s POTUS and FLOTUS.

Just…what? WHAT?…just…It’s just a stupid action flick!

18) Che (2008) — Steven Soderbergh gives Hipster Hollywood its own four-hour rebuttal to Oliver Stone’s JFK.

What, Stone is conservative now? WTF?

19) There Will Be Blood (2007) — Paul Thomas Anderson’s pseudo-epic of the American soul cooked up an anti-Christian, weirdly misogynist history lesson.

Speaking as someone who has come from a pastoral background, the only thing inaccurate about that movie’s portrayal of the preacher is that nobody gives preachers perfectly justified and satisfying ass-kickings in real life.

20) Lincoln (2012) — Spielberg succumbs to Tony Kushner’s limousine-liberal cynicism to valorize Obama-era political chicanery.

The fact that it doesn’t physically hurt to be this stupid is proof that there is no God.

Posted 2 days ago



Ganon FUN by bumbleton

Please do not remove the source. Thank you.


Posted 3 days ago


Being good to each other is so important, guys.