23 7 / 2014

awwww-cute:

My friend’s chubby puppy likes to sit like this

I DON;T KNOW IF I WANT TO HUG HIM OR EAT HIM UP
SOMEBODY SEND HELP

awwww-cute:

My friend’s chubby puppy likes to sit like this

I DON;T KNOW IF I WANT TO HUG HIM OR EAT HIM UP

SOMEBODY SEND HELP

(via forensicbec)

23 7 / 2014

WHY HASNT THE DAMN THING LEAKED YET

22 7 / 2014

notanursejustplayoneontv:

ikaricrossinglines:

casey-lawrence:

skatediamond13:

ask-liza:

annie-croft:

whimmy-bam:

sirileigh:

prllnce:

meggchan:

Mine is mostly cognitive.

I have all three. Well oops.

Dammit! So do I!

No one has said this yet, so I feel I must.
THANK YOU FOR THIS.
So many people don’t seem to understand that social anxiety can manifest itself in multiple ways. Some people will just dismiss that you have social anxiety if you don’t fit into what they perceive it to be, and that lack of understanding can be really hurtful. So thank you for this.
(And as my personal comment, I fit into behavioural and cognitive.)

I have cognitive :(

[- Cognitive and Behavioural :S -]

all…

#I’m just curious why they made it into the Chrome logo…

I feel like I just won the “cognitive bingo…”

All but mostly behavioral and physical

notanursejustplayoneontv:

ikaricrossinglines:

casey-lawrence:

skatediamond13:

ask-liza:

annie-croft:

whimmy-bam:

sirileigh:

prllnce:

meggchan:

Mine is mostly cognitive.

I have all three. Well oops.

Dammit! So do I!

No one has said this yet, so I feel I must.

THANK YOU FOR THIS.

So many people don’t seem to understand that social anxiety can manifest itself in multiple ways. Some people will just dismiss that you have social anxiety if you don’t fit into what they perceive it to be, and that lack of understanding can be really hurtful. So thank you for this.

(And as my personal comment, I fit into behavioural and cognitive.)

I have cognitive :(

[- Cognitive and Behavioural :S -]

all…

I feel like I just won the “cognitive bingo…”

All but mostly behavioral and physical

(via thelastofthetimegirls)

21 7 / 2014

VIDEO EXISTS

VIDEO YOU DON’T HAVE TO JUMP THROUGH FIFTY TRADING LOOPHOLES FOR

BLESS YOU YOU NINJA

21 7 / 2014

vraik:

MAKE THIS HAPPEN: A Chorus Line
-Vrai Kaiser

Once upon a time, in that glittering industry supposedly safe from the pitches and valleys of the real world, circumstances took a turn for the depressing. A general hopelessness pervaded the atmosphere, nobody had two cents to rub together, and folks scrambled for whatever they could get in terms of employment. It was terrible. But at least the 70s didn’t have Transformers 4. I will go ahead and take my extremely deserved blows for that cheap joke momentarily, but first let us dip once more into my burning and pervasive(and possibly contagious, I really need to have it looked at) love of musicals.

The year is 1975, half a decade before the world of American musical theater would become best known for the rise of the mega musical – a genre defined by the elaborate set pieces, lights, and costumes (Les Miserables and pretty much everything Andrew Lloyd Webber has ever been responsible for, and Cats in particular); and big, bombastic, often pop-sensibility-shaded scores. The show is a raw little thing carved from the lives of the period’s struggling actors and dancers: A Chorus Line. It also had a pop-music infused soundtrack, but at least we have the option of awarding it the ‘appropriately time-piece flavored’ award.

Now, the narrative of A Chorus Line is a tricky thing, in that it is-and-isn’t a frame. We find ourselves in an empty theater with a bunch of dancers auditioning for a role in a major show. Not as leads, mind you, but as the faceless backup dancers there to make the stars look good. And even for a role that the average onlooker might not term appropriately glamorous, they are desperate for it. In an unusual move (that frankly is…sort of baffling, but let’s chalk it up to a character quirk that keeps the plot rolling) the casting director asks each of the prospective hires (who are quite commonly referenced only by number in real world casting situations) to talk about themselves – not to perform, but simply to be honest.

Most of the show is a series of vignettes, the loose structure paradoxically ratcheting up audience tension as we realize that not everyone we’re growing to like will be walking out with a job. More dire still, for many it is their last shot. As Shelly Long put it, they’re trying to get one more job before they can’t dance any more. There’s also a subplot about the casting director’s botched romance with the leading lady, but it is by far the most disposable bit.

It was an immensely popular show, helped by the fact that the director (who is commonly pretty hands-off once a show opens) would come in every few months to rework aspects of the show and keep it fresh and exciting – as well as the fact that the show’s script was formed from hundreds of interviews with real performers. It ran for over 6,000 performances, and was the longest running musical of all time before the furry monstrosity of Cats came along. And it’s run quite frequently since then, with large-scale productions running all the way up to a 2013 West End revival and a 2014 production in Oslo.

There was also, regrettably, a film.

Read the rest over at the blog!

21 7 / 2014

seriouschild said: can you do the episode where stewie gets ripped after using steroids and then loses the muscle and flies with his extra flabby skin?

south-park-gifs:

No.

That reminds me, is there an active Family Guy Gif Tumblr taking requests?

21 7 / 2014

"Be warned, this video contains some disturbing content and is intended for mature audiences."

21 7 / 2014

gettin’ kinda cocky there YouTube

gettin’ kinda cocky there YouTube

21 7 / 2014

GDI TUMBLR STOP RECOMMENDING MEDIEVALPOC TO ME

21 7 / 2014

unshaped:

nintenofficial:

dropdeadesu:

aragaki:

i don’t get this. why does this have so many notes. does it have to do with the type of ice cream? Napoleon ice cream? Napoleon Bonaparte? is that Napoleon Bonaparte’s hand?

nobody explain

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OH MY GOD

…it’s rather embarrassing how fast I figured that out.

unshaped:

nintenofficial:

dropdeadesu:

aragaki:

i don’t get this. why does this have so many notes. does it have to do with the type of ice cream? Napoleon ice cream? Napoleon Bonaparte? is that Napoleon Bonaparte’s hand?

nobody explain

?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

OH MY GOD

…it’s rather embarrassing how fast I figured that out.

(Source: gotitforcheap, via go-umbreon)