philcoulson:

Mackie: "Last night I was, like, sitting around in a hotel and I was like, yo man, there’s a midnight screening and this is my first Marvel movie. I’mma go say what’s up to the people. So I grab a cab and shoot to 42nd Street, I walk in and I’m like what up, dog?”

Fallon: "Did people freak out?!


findsomethingtofightfor:

#these two run a country


trinitymemes:

the-pungeon-master:

trinitymemes:

basicbitchesaintnothin:

gracehelbig:

trinitymemes:

Baby sloth Grace

this happens more than you think

I like how the lady just sorta stays crouched over like 

"where the fuck did I go wrong"

You know your post has broken the walls of the fandom when someone refers to your leader as
"the lady"

the lady

the lady

the lady

tHE LADY.

kvotheunkvothe:

thesassylorax:

everthorne:

judas was creepy as fuck

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Personal space, Judas. It’s a thing.

"Hello, Jesus."
"…Judas, we’ve talked about this."


giraffescanflytoo:

kurdtkocaine:

so my brother was doing something weird in the front yard in his underwear???

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and the next thing i know……

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Do you live in a Sims game



gothqirl:

can we address the elephant in the room




ohmccalls:

Besides being really cool to watch, this scene is actually really important to the storyline of Scott becoming an alpha. He has so much more control here than in any of the previous seasons, and is clearly much more in control than Boyd and Isaac, who still “turn wolf” at random moments when they get emotional. You can see the exact moment that Scott decides to turn; it’s a very conscious decision on his part, and it comes in stages. First the face structure/facial hair bit, then the teeth, then the eyes. It doesn’t look the same as his other transformations, either - those were instantaneous and often instinctual. Here it’s like he’s pulling his wolfness out of himself, if that makes sense. The wolf is inside of him and a part of him all the time, but he decides when to use it and to what degree. Scott has an intense level of control over himself and the wolf, and that’s what allows him to have such control over the others.

Whenever he pulls the ‘alpha’ card on the others - with Isaac, mostly, but also Boyd - it’s always very deliberate, even in the heat of the moment like when he was trying to save Allison, and he uses the exact amount of force and heat needed to get the message across.

Scott knows exactly what he’s doing when it comes to being a werewolf, now. It’s not like in the first season, where he had to piece stuff together from Stiles’ internet research, his own instincts, and random bits of info Derek gave him sparingly. He still doesn’t have all the answers, but it seems like he’s just decided to come up with his own and just roll with what fits best for him - what seems right, and Scott is always trying to do the right thing. Scott McCall is going to be an amazing alpha, and we all get to watch it. I can’t wait.


exocannibalismsustains:

ghostoflalonde:

So uhh, my clothing dye ate through my gloves…..

+5 intimidate

+3 on attack rolls against good aligned characters

+2 summoning


disneysupportingroles:

disneyprince:

This is a pixie bell.

Here we see Walt Disney, flying. Does he react with spinning around the room, cutting flips, and soaring out the door? No, he says “Get this stuff off of me!” 

This is everyday stuff for Mr. Disney, folks. Everyday stuff.