msruhhnoir:

myokcupidtragedy:

subarbievol:

Straight boys like “lets threesome” but can’t even please one woman

ATTENTION EVERYONE THIS IS THE REALEST SHIT I’VE EVER READ

Just say “sure babe, let’s get another guy in here” and see how quickly they shut down.

shakeitoffs:

lol look how quickly tables turned after consequences were involved

sailormooncollectibles:

The artwork for the Sailor Moon Crystal Limited Edition Blu-rays is revealed!! Details: http://www.sailormooncollectibles.com/2014/07/08/sailor-moon-crystal-blu-ray-dvd-complete-anime-release-japan/

upallnightogetloki:

pimpunderthemountain:

cockleshells:

Okay so imagine the villain has captured a girl the protagonist cares about and is all like “I’ll kill her unless you give me the macguffin!”

And the hero’s like “that will never happen! I love her and she loves me! Right?”

And the girl’s like “um…this isn’t the best time.”

And the protagonist screams she’s a friendzoning whore and abandons her.

And the villain’s like “fuck that guy” and teaches her how to walk in thigh-high leather boots.

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magical-girl-fanart:

じじ山
timeywimeywarlock:

bookwormofcamelot:

derbearcarebearstare:

parkingstrange:

hellugh:

the tweet of a life time

This is the best

Hello, this is a friendly psa from an unhappy person.
Not everyone likes to read. Not everyone can read. A lot of people struggle to read. However, just because they don’t or can’t read doesn’t mean they don’t enjoy a good story.
For example, I cannot read Jane Austin’s works. I’ve tried and tried but I can’t. However, the movie and play adaptations of her novels are some of my favorite stories.
I like Marvel movies and anime, but I cannot read manga/comic books/graphic novels. I don’t know why, just that it is difficult for me to do so.
I have dyslexic friends who have to struggle to read a few pages, let alone an entire novel, but they love movie adaptations.
If I were to go into a movie I was looking forward to seeing but never read the book and saw this it would probably ruin my entire day. Depending on my mood, I may even start a fight over it.
I remember accidentally ruining that Dumbledore dies to my brother and it devestated him because he didn’t want to be spoiled and was a slow reader so wasn’t there yet.
Please if anyone thinks this is a funny thing to do, realize that you may ruin someone’s day.

Exactly.
If someone hasn’t/doesn’t want to/can’t read a book, that doesn’t give you the right to be an asshole and ruin the movie for them.
You’re not a special snowflake for having read TFioS and knowing how it ends. You are, however, a massive douche for spoiling it for other people.
Why would you even want to spoil it? Like, what kind of twisted satisfaction does this give you? Do you feel better now that you’ve ruined the experience for others? Do you feel like a good person?
Grow up, for fuck’s sake.

^this

timeywimeywarlock:

bookwormofcamelot:

derbearcarebearstare:

parkingstrange:

hellugh:

the tweet of a life time

This is the best

Hello, this is a friendly psa from an unhappy person.

Not everyone likes to read. Not everyone can read. A lot of people struggle to read. However, just because they don’t or can’t read doesn’t mean they don’t enjoy a good story.

For example, I cannot read Jane Austin’s works. I’ve tried and tried but I can’t. However, the movie and play adaptations of her novels are some of my favorite stories.

I like Marvel movies and anime, but I cannot read manga/comic books/graphic novels. I don’t know why, just that it is difficult for me to do so.

I have dyslexic friends who have to struggle to read a few pages, let alone an entire novel, but they love movie adaptations.

If I were to go into a movie I was looking forward to seeing but never read the book and saw this it would probably ruin my entire day. Depending on my mood, I may even start a fight over it.

I remember accidentally ruining that Dumbledore dies to my brother and it devestated him because he didn’t want to be spoiled and was a slow reader so wasn’t there yet.

Please if anyone thinks this is a funny thing to do, realize that you may ruin someone’s day.

Exactly.

If someone hasn’t/doesn’t want to/can’t read a book, that doesn’t give you the right to be an asshole and ruin the movie for them.

You’re not a special snowflake for having read TFioS and knowing how it ends. You are, however, a massive douche for spoiling it for other people.

Why would you even want to spoil it? Like, what kind of twisted satisfaction does this give you? Do you feel better now that you’ve ruined the experience for others? Do you feel like a good person?

Grow up, for fuck’s sake.

^this

magical-girl-fanart:

グァンケ
When you need to stop an asteroid, you get Superman. When you need to solve a mystery, you call Batman. But when you need to end a war, you get Wonder Woman.

Gail Simone, Wonder Woman: The Circle

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serenitydiary:

I am Sailor Moon, champion of justice! 

On behalf of the moon, I will right wrongs and triumph over evil!

kamisamakisscaps:

Favorite Kamisama Kiss Boy Poll Winner 1/2: Mizuki’s Eyes

"Eyes are windows to the soul."

What's your favorite german word?
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Who’s the best dancer on set?