tastefullyoffensive:

If Disney Princesses Were Actually Sloths by Jen Lewis

Previously: Nicolas Cage as Disney Princesses


whitehouse:

The President is answering your questions tomorrow, and it will be awesome. Tune in Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET on whitehouse.tumblr.com.

You know, if you’re hip to all these things.


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ihatepeacocks:

Famous Movies Scenes depicted as Children’s Books [X]

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reesh:

@WorstMuse

omfg

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horsemannumber0:

sweetpretending:

rakeeshsorrel:

megustamemes:

[TL;DR of your country’s history] [maps via think0]

I can vouch that the History of Canada is entirely 100% accurate.

australia; spot on. 

America; 1000000000000000000000% accurate.

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temptresstempest:

iS NO ONE TALKING ABOUT THIS????

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OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO FOR JENNY LEWIS' JUST ONE OF THE GUYS, featuring Kristen Stewart, Brie Larson and Anne Hathaway.

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hallsofvalhalla:

IT WAS A DARK AND STORMY NIGHT ; a two-and-a-half hour long playlist for the next time you’re just chilling in your gothic mansion on a stormy night.
For the perfect atmosphere in any weather, enjoy in combination with these:
Crackling Fire // Howling Wind // Thunder & Rain // Cozy Lighting
Tracklisting beneath the cut.
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hallsofvalhalla:

IT WAS A DARK AND STORMY NIGHT ; a two-and-a-half hour long playlist for the next time you’re just chilling in your gothic mansion on a stormy night.

For the perfect atmosphere in any weather, enjoy in combination with these:

Crackling Fire // Howling Wind // Thunder & Rain // Cozy Lighting

Tracklisting beneath the cut.

Read More

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lynnegweeney:

Just like riding a bike. :)

nevver:

Writing a poem, Incidental comics


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newyorker:

Why are there so many varieties of mustard—yellow, spicy, Dijon, honey—while there’s only one kind of ketchup? Read Malcolm Gladwell’s 2004 story, available in our archive: http://nyr.kr/TXVWRF
Photograph: Martin Parr/Magnum.

newyorker:

Why are there so many varieties of mustard—yellow, spicy, Dijon, honey—while there’s only one kind of ketchup? Read Malcolm Gladwell’s 2004 story, available in our archive: http://nyr.kr/TXVWRF

Photograph: Martin Parr/Magnum.