brothasoul:

someone needs to take this website away from me

brothasoul:

someone needs to take this website away from me

fairwind:


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europeansdomusicalsbetter:


journeyintonight:


renkris:


That means that you’re his Rosaline and you survive the friggin’ play.


Shakespeare fandom taking down hipster love posts with awesome, witty and pretty damn accurate insight. I love you, guys.

fairwind:

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europeansdomusicalsbetter:

journeyintonight:

renkris:

That means that you’re his Rosaline and you survive the friggin’ play.

Shakespeare fandom taking down hipster love posts with awesome, witty and pretty damn accurate insight. I love you, guys.

iheartchaos:

Fifth graders in 1995 predict the future of the internet

This Public Service Announcement (PSA) was produced in 1995 by the 5th grade students at Ray Bjork school in Helena Montana, and got a lot of things dead on. Also, cats and porn. And cats. And porn. And Tay Zonday.

thefrogman:

I made a very special graphic for all of my Canadian followers. For today is Canada Day!
If you are unfamiliar with this holiday, it represents the day that Canada declared its independence from the evil Moose People of Saskatoon. For 300 years the Moose People ruled Canada with an iron fist. Riding on mooseback and carrying large whips they would force the Canadians to work in the maple syrup mines. They felt they were generous leaders because they paid the workers with bacon. But this was no bacon at all. It was ham that they called bacon.
Finally the people got fed up with the harsh working conditions and fake bacon. They rose up against the Moose People and said, “That’s not bacon, eh.” They fashioned weapons from petrified syrup and fought the Moose People into near extinction. With each blow of their petrified syrup swords they would say, “Oh my. Really sorry boot that, eh.”
Then on July 1, 1867 the last of the Moose People were dead and the Canadians declared that they were free. 

thefrogman:

I made a very special graphic for all of my Canadian followers. For today is Canada Day!

If you are unfamiliar with this holiday, it represents the day that Canada declared its independence from the evil Moose People of Saskatoon. For 300 years the Moose People ruled Canada with an iron fist. Riding on mooseback and carrying large whips they would force the Canadians to work in the maple syrup mines. They felt they were generous leaders because they paid the workers with bacon. But this was no bacon at all. It was ham that they called bacon.

Finally the people got fed up with the harsh working conditions and fake bacon. They rose up against the Moose People and said, “That’s not bacon, eh.” They fashioned weapons from petrified syrup and fought the Moose People into near extinction. With each blow of their petrified syrup swords they would say, “Oh my. Really sorry boot that, eh.”

Then on July 1, 1867 the last of the Moose People were dead and the Canadians declared that they were free.