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mttyshealy:

LETS PLAY THE “TYPE THESE WORDS IN YOU R TAG BOX AND POST THE FIRST AUTOMATIC TAG THAT COMES UP” GAME: DIRTY WORD ADDITION OK

  • fuck
  • shit
  • dick
  • no
  • hell
  • sex
  • damn
27 minutes ago on April 24th, 2014 | J | 31,821 notes

vectorsellsstuff:

okay!!! heads up everyone. i went through the list of items from this line and priced all of them. i will be going to the pokemon center on APRIL 26TH (the day they come out) to pick up these items. after that i will probably do one more order for them on the following friday and that’s it. 

UPDATED with new photos of all items!!!! WHOOOOA SO COOL.

  • Male or Female Meowstic BIG plush - $45/27.20 GBP
  • Espurr with Pokepuff - $21/12.75 GBP
  • Male or Female Meowstic and Espurr Mascot Plush (with keychains) - $12.50/7.60 GBP
  • A4 Clear File - $7/4.25 GBP
  • Two-way Tote Bag - $30/18.10 GBP
  • Set of 3 Pens - $13/7.85 GBP
  • Dr. Grip Brand Pen - $12.50/7.60 GBP
  • Square Pouch  - $15/9.10 GBP
  • Pass Case - $12.50/7.60 GBP
  • Espurr with Pokepuff Silicone iPhone 5/5S Case - $28/17 GBP
  • Meowstic and Espurr Soft iPhone 5/5s Case - $24/14.50 GBP
  • B6 Size Ring Notebook - $11/6.70 GBP
  • Memo Pad - $9/5.45 GBP
  • Bookmark Set - $9/5.45 GBP
  • Stickers - $7/4.25 GBP 
  • Folding Mirror - $18/10.90 GBP
  • Espurr Beret - $35/21.15 GBP
  • Knee High Socks - $15/9.10 GBP
  • Short Socks - $9/5.45 GBP
  • Dolman Sleeve T-shirt - $35/21.15 GBP
  • Microfiber Towel - $11/6.70 GBP
  • Soup Mug - $19/11.50 GBP
  • Chocolate Face Shaped Cookies - $12.50/7.60 GBP
  • Ceramic Tray - $12.50/7.60 GBP
  • Hard Cover for 3DS - $21/12.75 GBP
  • Hard Cover for 3DS LL - $23/14 GBP

TO ORDER, sign up on this sheet. add up your total and then send payment to walkinginthegroove@gmail.com following the directions on the signup sheet. i will pick up the items and pack them up, then post the shipping totals to the #vss shipping document.

34 minutes ago on April 24th, 2014 | J | 6 notes

charmancler:

another another tags to type and post the tag that comes up

she, he, they, im, yea, well, if, ok
1 hour ago on April 24th, 2014 | J | 12,391 notes
[Mads Mikkelsen] is rather more dismissive of the current surge of must-see Danish crime series on television. Too politically correct, in his opinion, with all those feisty, polymath policewomen pursuing bad guys into dark basements. “That doesn’t happen! I don’t mind – the girls are great actors and it’s great there is a medium where they get work – but there has to be a balance between what is real and not real. I will never be a fan of any kind of political correctness: I think it’s instant death to creativity.”
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Mads Mikkelsen: ‘I will never be a fan of any kind of political correctness’

Eat shit, you smug half-melted waxwork.

(via grassfire)

this can not be true this is clownishly awful like a mustache fondling 30s cartoon villain kind of awful what the fuck

1 hour ago on April 24th, 2014 | J | 1,308 notes

angelgazing:

BEST TELEVISION MOMENT EVER EVER EVER EVER EVER EVER EVER EVER

EVER

BECAUSE AT THE END OF THE FIGHT WITH NOTHING LEFT

BUFFY KEPT FIGHTING

BUFFY WAS ENOUGH TO SAVE THE WORLD

SHE DIDN’T NEED ANYTHING BUT HERSELF TO SEE IT THROUGH

DO YOU REALIZE HOW OFTEN GIRLS GET TO SEE THAT? HOW OFTEN THEY ARE TOLD OR SHOWN THAT? LOOK KIDS! YOU ARE ENOUGH. JUST YOU JUST LIKE YOU ARE YOU ARE EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED AND THAT IS THE GREATEST

EVER

3 hours ago on April 24th, 2014 | J | 45,749 notes
Tagged as: #buffy #blades 
5 hours ago on April 24th, 2014 | J | 69,836 notes
Tagged as: #pokémon 

quigonejinn:

verysharpteeth:

I think maybe the thing I deeply loved the most about Pacific Rim is that Del Toro expects his audience to figure things out on their own. There’s not a huge scene about how Raleigh is a changed man after Yancy dies, you pick up on it in the subtle fact that his face says he wants to beat Chuck over the head with a crowbar the minute he starts goading him, but he DOESN’T for a very long time. There’s no flashback to Mako and Stacker interacting, but you can SEE how much they mean to each other. Raleigh honestly doesn’t say a huge amount about how wonderful he thinks Mako is, but it’s written all over his face and read through his actions. Del Toro expects you to keep up and reach your own conclusions. He expects you to surmise that there’s something deeply wrong with Chuck and Herc’s relationship more than just Chuck being a jackhole (and there is). He allows you to just get the dropped hint that Stacker piloted a jaeger by himself for some reason with no explanation, not because he has time to go into detail about Stacker’s past, but to establish Stacker is a ridiculous badass and that Raleigh has some sort of deep force of will of his own to do the same thing. Del Toro lets you piece the snap shots together and gives you enough information to do that. So this one two hour movie feels like it has a world built to it that tv series can’t manage a lot of the time. And he picks actors who perfectly embody what they’re supposed to, not big names to bring in crowds.

If you’re not a Del Toro fan, you should be. He’s Tim Burton’s nightmare fairy tale brother without the dose of whimsy and more a dose of hallucinogens. He’s Hans Christian Anderson from the bad part of town.

Other lovely implied bits off the top of my head: 

  • They don’t need to hit you over the head with the Becket relationship and the dynamic between them — Raleigh, the explosive happy labrador swigging OJ straight from the bottle Yancy, older, tolerant, affectionate, a little more guarded, but under that sleepy exterior, pretty fucking into being a Jaeger pilot, too. 
  • The introduction of Stacker on-screen, when you see Tendo’s posture radically shift and the tone of the whole conversation between him and the Becket boys shifts — before, it’s the Becket boys cracking jokes about Tendo’s life live.  After that, it’s all business. Marshal Stacker fucking Pentecost, guys.  
  • The relationship between Stacker and Mako, where the first bit of interaction you see between them is that long-off shot where Mako is standing in the rain with her umbrellas.  There is almost a foot in difference in height between them, and Stacker comes out of the helicopter first.  You see him duck his head down a little.  Mako simultaneously tilts the umbrella up some more.  They’re the boy from Tottenham who learned to speak Japanese and the orphan from a tiny island who remade herself into steel and strength, and they would’ve had so little in common if it hadn’t been for the kaiju.  But there were kaiju, and there Stacker and Mako are, and it’s clear from the VERY FIRST SHOT IN WHICH THEY BOTH APPEAR.
  • The relationship between Stacker and Herc.  Sure, Stacker introduces Herc as an old friend from the Mark-1 glory days, but even before then, you know they’re friends from the little smile that Herc shoots Stacker, from the way Herc greets Mako and lets the dog run towards her, and it’s carried through in the way that Stacker and Herc wrangle K-science together, the way Stacker and Herc stand shoulder to shoulder in LOCCENT, the way Herc fiddles with his ring in nervousness before Mako’s first Drift with Raleigh. 
  • AND SPEAKING OF THE DOG: Chuck and Mako, Chuck and Mako, Chuck and Mako, and how the only words they directly say to each other in the movie are “You’re a disgrace” and “Stop. Now.”  And yet you’ve got Chuck’s dog running to Mako when she calls him, and Chuck’s dad knowing enough to let the dog off the leash, and Chuck showing up to the Kwoon only after Mako steps in against Raleigh, and Chuck’s eyes tracking Mako when she leaves and her hunched-up, do-not-want, clear avoidance of him, and how, when Chuck can’t get a rise out of Mako by insulting her  but she reacts when he goes after Raleigh, Chuck sorta smiles.  And then directs his subsequent comments mostly to Raleigh.  You can feel the deep, ugly past there, and when Raleigh Becket suddenly busts out with a leg-takedown of Chuck in the hallway that is straight out of the playbook we saw Mako with in the Kwoon?  MAN. MAN.  MAN. 

In short, Pacific Rim is amazing.  WHO TOLD GDT YOU COULD PUT THIS MUCH CHARACTERIZATION INTO A MOVIE ABOUT ROBOTS PUNCHING GODZILLA?

8 hours ago on April 24th, 2014 | J | 2,828 notes
Tagged as: #Pacific Rim 

kennynwasad:

NPC trainers are so good this gen.

10 hours ago on April 24th, 2014 | J | 18,353 notes
top 5 animals maybe?


I’m really bad at specifics in most cases, and also…really bad at remembering animals.

  • Black tipped reef sharks!
  • Eurasian Pygmy owls!
  • Cuttlefish are…universally wonderful
  • I don’t know nearly enough about them, but I have a big soft spot for lizards
  • …cats, lets be honest

Honourable mention to tortoises, I think, I kinda forgot until I finished

12 hours ago on April 24th, 2014 | J | 0 notes
Top 5 GoT ladies and top 5 sea critters ... or top 5 Armin Arlert moments since I subjected Feeny to that too


You’re very cruel =P   No order again, because that would slow me down more

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12 hours ago on April 23rd, 2014 | J | 0 notes