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This is from Father Ted, for my follower who reblogged this/asked.
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Harvester, is now on GOG.com, packed with bonus content. See the game that allegedly inspired the establishment of the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), uncut, and uncensored. If “they don’t make them how they used to”, this game takes some of the blame. Or credit.
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It is our time, my brothers.
You always were a kidder, Steve.
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hrhrchriscolfer: It literally was Bring Your Swords To Work Day.
Do you know how much better Glee would have been if Kurt had had sais? Like, there could even have been a dramatic episode where he almost gets kicked out of New Directions because his crazy sick ninja moves were making everyone jealous.
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Dibs on being either the morally grey or completely evil one in the trio. I mean really, neither would be much of a stretch for me. My morals are questionable at best most of the time.
I’ll be the morally grey apprentice to your totally evil one— only if I can stab you in the back and steal the source of your power later.
What, are we sith now?
You know, what, no. If any of us were force sensitive, there’s no way we wouldn’t collectively fuck up really badly.
It’s not like you could do much worse than the actual Sith. It’s actually kind of hilarious what inept villains the Sith are. The very essence of their philosophy is to kill anyone who could possibly oppose you, especially other Sith, so all you’d eventually end up with is one massively powerful Sith who’s killed all the other Sith, with the major disadvantage that that Sith no longer has an army or even any allies in general to help if they get attacked.
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I never thought the V toyline would be so applicable to modern life.
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