Read the Printed Word! Gerald, Old Sock!

richiecrispie:

John 'the actual puppy' Thornton ´・ᴗ・`
posted on April 24th with 245 notes
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mamalalonde:

yungbiochemist:

Don’t flirt subtly or drop hints I’m dumb be blunt

 

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  • Doctor: I think you'll need a shot
  • Me: AYYYYY
  • Doctor: AYYYYY *brings out tequila*

People shouldn’t be afraid of their government. 

rodneykong:

shoutout to me for still not having my driver’s license

marazt:

tuulikki:

anfielding:

I think one of my favorite consequences of the existence of Pacific Rim and Drift Compatibility is that Jack Aubrey and Stephen Maturin can now exist in an AU where they go to war by piloting a giant robot. 

marazt, I’m just going to casually imply that you should doodle this.

actually, this AU is a pretty good idea ·__·

posted on April 23rd with 58 notes
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happiest:

People want this massive list of things in a relationship, I just want someone to fucking love me.

“Stephen had no great love of the English government in its dealing with Ireland; in fact he had actively conspired against it. But he was deeply attached to individual English men and women, and in any case he did not like anyone to abuse the country but himself. ‘You are mistaken, Mr McLean,’ he said, ‘in supposing that the English have no generals. They have; and the truth of the matter is that all of them who accomplish anything, such as Lord Wellington, are Irish. Much the same applies to their writers.”

Doctors McLean and Maturin on the English in The Fortune of War (via fuckyeahnaturalphilosophy)

posted on April 23rd with 15 notes
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A wise king knows what he knows and what he doesn’t.

thegeekyblonde:

kenneth branagh’s hamlet is a four hour masturbation session like one day he woke up and thought “i am going to direct and star in an uncut production of shakespeare’s longest and greatest play where the main character has the vast majority of lines. with hordes of extras and extravagant long shots on 35 mm. also i’m going to fuck kate winslet”

posted on April 23rd with 314 notes
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One half of the world cannot understand the pleasures of the other.

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