whowasntthere:

aburningrose:

findchaos:

ChaosLife: Homo Hint

Wait, everyone else met Pete the Peacock, right?

This is perfectly perfect in every way.

The HaaaayWarts School for Queerness and Sexuality.

jonbutter:

i saw a sjw bingo card so i thought i’d make an anti sjw bingo card b/c u guys are just as predictable lol

jonbutter:

i saw a sjw bingo card so i thought i’d make an anti sjw bingo card b/c u guys are just as predictable lol

ryannorth:

davidmalki:

Ryan North has had a lot of fun lately making up book covers about me and the Star Tracks, but do you want to know what I think?
I think he’s just jealous because he can’t enjoy a piece of media without obsessively noticing, and then cataloging, every usage of English grammar that varies even the slightest from some imaginary perfect standard he’s obsessed with! Ryan, you have a DEGREE IN LINGUISTICS. I’d think you, OF ALL PEOPLE, would take a descriptivist view of language! But just check out THIS TRUE EXCERPT from this book I found in an abandoned nautical library:

Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Season 1 (1983)
Episode 1:
1:31: Amanda King: “I’ll be right back thank you dear” – Run-on sentence.
4:22: Amanda King: “Man in the red hat…man in the red hat.” – Sentence fragment.
10:48: Amanda King: “You certainly will not!” – Sentence fragment.
16:03: Lee Stetson: “Champagne?” – Sentence fragment.
16:59: Lee Stetson: “I’m sorry that this is…” – Sentence fragment.
17:37: Amanda King: “I just almost did the dumbest thing with your package.” – Awkward phrasing.
27:31: Amanda King: “Valley Forge flapjacks, pilgrim’s peach puff.” – Sentence fragment.

And on and on and on like this for – according to the cover – every piece of fiction between 1960 and 2010!
Let me tell you people: the type in this book is TINY
[ BOOKWAR ]

Um, actually, the “who” versus “whom” thing depends on whether the person being referred to is the subject or the object of the verb, so without a larger context it’s impossible to say which is correct??
THAT SAID, this book looks amazing and I would be proud to have it on my bookshelf, much less be credited as author.

ryannorth:

davidmalki:

Ryan North has had a lot of fun lately making up book covers about me and the Star Tracks, but do you want to know what I think?

I think he’s just jealous because he can’t enjoy a piece of media without obsessively noticing, and then cataloging, every usage of English grammar that varies even the slightest from some imaginary perfect standard he’s obsessed with! Ryan, you have a DEGREE IN LINGUISTICS. I’d think you, OF ALL PEOPLE, would take a descriptivist view of language! But just check out THIS TRUE EXCERPT from this book I found in an abandoned nautical library:

Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Season 1 (1983)

Episode 1:

1:31: Amanda King: “I’ll be right back thank you dear” – Run-on sentence.

4:22: Amanda King: “Man in the red hat…man in the red hat.” – Sentence fragment.

10:48: Amanda King: “You certainly will not!” – Sentence fragment.

16:03: Lee Stetson: “Champagne?” – Sentence fragment.

16:59: Lee Stetson: “I’m sorry that this is…” – Sentence fragment.

17:37: Amanda King: “I just almost did the dumbest thing with your package.” – Awkward phrasing.

27:31: Amanda King: “Valley Forge flapjacks, pilgrim’s peach puff.” – Sentence fragment.

And on and on and on like this for – according to the cover – every piece of fiction between 1960 and 2010!

Let me tell you people: the type in this book is TINY

[ BOOKWAR ]

Um, actually, the “who” versus “whom” thing depends on whether the person being referred to is the subject or the object of the verb, so without a larger context it’s impossible to say which is correct??

THAT SAID, this book looks amazing and I would be proud to have it on my bookshelf, much less be credited as author.

wanderingtyrant:

hey kids, here’s a fun tip!

if you ever feel discriminated against because you’re cisgender or heterosexual, just try closing your computer, getting up, and walking out your front door! now you can feel free to be your gender or sexuality without having to worry about being called names because everyone is just like you!

this has been the children’s fun fact science corner

An Incomplete List of Noteable People I've Delivered Pizzas To

tybaar:

It’s coming up on a year now since I got my current job as a pizza delivery girl, and I thought this would be a good time to delve into the little ever-expanding “WTFPIZZA” note I keep on my cell that helps me remember some of my more, uh - interesting deliveries.

So without further…

capbuckybarnes:

boys like ’ you only play games to get boys to like you!!!! youre not a real fan’

ah yes when i was five years old and i started playing on a n64 all i could think of was ‘im going to get so much dick for this’

(Source: connnorkenway)

robokittens:

curseofthefanartlords:

areyoutryingtodeduceme:

atamajakki:

kisu-no-hi:

midorieyes:

“You can’t just slap Shingeki no Kyujin’s OP onto everything.”

I’M LAUGHING SO HARD I DON’T FUCKING

THIS VIDEO IS THE DEFINITION OF “CHALLENGE ACCEPTED”

i’M FUCKING DYING

THAT WAS ACTUALLY REALLY FUCKING IMPRESSIVE????

DANG THAT WAS COOL

update: just watched this again and it’s still hilarimazing

(Source: excelsagas)