Video 20 Apr 115,249 notes

forevernasty:

cuteness-daily:

Animals with their babies

this literally warms my fuckin =g heart

(Source: thecutestofthecute)

Video 18 Apr 117,860 notes

notmysecret:

carlinoworld:

Adbeardture time!

I am so in love

(Source: future-finn)

Photo 18 Apr 562 notes willstr1:

bnprime:

willstr1:

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.

OK who writes something like that? taking apart fiction for gramatical errors? I mean really the general public is full of these errors so logically the system is wrong (languages are defined by logic or vernacular and english is not based on logic). second no jokes? I think I will club myself to death with this book instead of reading it

er. 
pardon me if you wrote the prior words facetiously, but it seems to me like you are a little anxious about it. this is a joke.
david malki (from the wondermark webcomic) and ryan north ( from dinosaur comics) are having an ongoing war, where they photoshop each other onto covers of fictional books.

ah ok I just ugh get so mad about how over hyped grammer is and the photo shoping was really good

oh yeah
you should check out the other books in the bookwar.
it’s rather amazing.

willstr1:

bnprime:

willstr1:

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.

OK who writes something like that? taking apart fiction for gramatical errors? I mean really the general public is full of these errors so logically the system is wrong (languages are defined by logic or vernacular and english is not based on logic). second no jokes? I think I will club myself to death with this book instead of reading it

er. 

pardon me if you wrote the prior words facetiously, but it seems to me like you are a little anxious about it. this is a joke.

david malki (from the wondermark webcomic) and ryan north ( from dinosaur comics) are having an ongoing war, where they photoshop each other onto covers of fictional books.

ah ok I just ugh get so mad about how over hyped grammer is and the photo shoping was really good

oh yeah

you should check out the other books in the bookwar.

it’s rather amazing.

Photo 17 Apr 937 notes markquestion:

shinmakoss:

Ordained by fengwei

What is going on

"i don’t want to be king"
"tough! you’re in charge of making sure taxes get collected, and when it rains too much and stuff we’re going to blame you for it. also you gotta shave your awesome beard and people will take photographs of you all the time even when you’re trying to poop."
"noooooo"

markquestion:

shinmakoss:

Ordained by fengwei

What is going on

"i don’t want to be king"

"tough! you’re in charge of making sure taxes get collected, and when it rains too much and stuff we’re going to blame you for it. also you gotta shave your awesome beard and people will take photographs of you all the time even when you’re trying to poop."

"noooooo"

Text 17 Apr 28,782 notes

mygayshoes:

Everyone points out that Robert Downey Jr basically IS Tony Stark, but the same can be said for Mark Ruffalo who basically IS Bruce Banner.

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I mean-

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Seriously-

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Basically-

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It’s pretty obvious-

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That he-

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 IS Bruce Banner.

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Photo 17 Apr 40,905 notes

(Source: cartoonpolitics)

Photo 17 Apr 11,714 notes molecularyou:

LAUGHED MYSELF INTO A COUGHING FIT

molecularyou:

LAUGHED MYSELF INTO A COUGHING FIT

(Source: ForGIFs.com)

Text 17 Apr 52,997 notes

molebucks:

lovely-dna:

molebucks:

treat me like a college textbook. spend lots of money on me but never touch or look at me

no. treat me like your favorite book. keep me by your side, touch my every page, learn all my twists and turns, remember every word I say, even the ones that make you cry

*4-second-long fart noise*

Video 17 Apr 453,011 notes

beawilderment:

he’s making it hop

this is the only thing I care about

(Source: -everdeen)

Photo 17 Apr 562 notes willstr1:

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.

OK who writes something like that? taking apart fiction for gramatical errors? I mean really the general public is full of these errors so logically the system is wrong (languages are defined by logic or vernacular and english is not based on logic). second no jokes? I think I will club myself to death with this book instead of reading it

er. 
pardon me if you wrote the prior words facetiously, but it seems to me like you are a little anxious about it. this is a joke.
david malki (from the wondermark webcomic) and ryan north ( from dinosaur comics) are having an ongoing war, where they photoshop each other onto covers of fictional books.

willstr1:

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.

OK who writes something like that? taking apart fiction for gramatical errors? I mean really the general public is full of these errors so logically the system is wrong (languages are defined by logic or vernacular and english is not based on logic). second no jokes? I think I will club myself to death with this book instead of reading it

er. 

pardon me if you wrote the prior words facetiously, but it seems to me like you are a little anxious about it. this is a joke.

david malki (from the wondermark webcomic) and ryan north ( from dinosaur comics) are having an ongoing war, where they photoshop each other onto covers of fictional books.

Photo 17 Apr 96 notes maehkon:

#survivance

maehkon:

#survivance

(Source: the-yaadihla-girls)

Photo 17 Apr 562 notes 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.

Video 17 Apr 2,900 notes

ryannorth:

threewordphrase:

wolfhard:

Forg, the Winter Frog. (1)

wow.

i <3 steve

Text 16 Apr 101,913 notes

surprisebitch:

when you’re babysitting and the kid won’t eat their veggies

image

(Source: surprisebitch)

Photo 16 Apr 233,730 notes flyers-orange-is-the-new-black:

drag0nz0rd:

0liii:

wasted—kitten:

druoxtheshredder:

"oh my god it’s finally empty."
"THE BED IS FINALLY MINE!!  YOU FOOLS ABANDONED THE MOST COMFORTABL-FUCK"


I cannot tell you how much bunnies love beds

My bunny does this every morning in her cage

My bunny was doing this and crashed into my fucking face

flyers-orange-is-the-new-black:

drag0nz0rd:

0liii:

wasted—kitten:

druoxtheshredder:

"oh my god it’s finally empty."

"THE BED IS FINALLY MINE!!  YOU FOOLS ABANDONED THE MOST COMFORTABL-FUCK"

I cannot tell you how much bunnies love beds

My bunny does this every morning in her cage

My bunny was doing this and crashed into my fucking face


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