vriskasbby:

thriftstorewarfare:

…did…did Barbie just break the fourth wall. 

that is stacy you uncultured swine

petermorwood:

It is 85° F/ 30° C upstairs, with about 79% humidity. My office is upstairs. There’s no air-conditioning in this 200-year-old Irish cottage. The fan fell off the side-table half an hour ago and stopped working. We can’t buy another until the hardware store opens tomorrow.

So the printer ink is congealing, I am melting, the computer has already thrown two temper(ature)-tantrums and I can relate to this cat SO MUCH.

Still not complaining about the weather, though. We’re getting summer weather in summer. Much preferable to spring/autumn/winter weather in summer, which is more usual. But PHEW…!

As an ultimate fuck you to rule-keeping scripture zealots everywhere, Jesus hung out with whores. Embracing whores was a double rebuke to the Jewish scripture-thumpers because it put Jesus on the side of the pagan, prostitute-condoning Roman occupiers and made him a traitor in the culture wars of the day. Yet, the anointing of Jesus by a prostitute is one of the few events reported in all four gospels. As Jesus blessed and defended her, Matthew’s gospel says the disciples “were indignant” while Luke describes the woman who did the anointing as “a woman in that town who lived a sinful life,” which is a coded phrase for a filthy hooker who is certainly not one of us. Jesus’ embrace of a woman from an enemy tribe in a culture where tribal belonging was paramount distressed both his followers and enemies. His attitude to the “other” was as incomprehensible as if he’d blurted “E=mc2 is the equation of mass–energy equivalence.

It’s okay to feel sad, and it’s okay to not be okay straight away when something crappy happens.

annies-booobs:

tits-mcgeek:

not-pizza:

My idol

This will never not be funny.

a hero for the ages

annies-booobs:

tits-mcgeek:

not-pizza:

My idol

This will never not be funny.

a hero for the ages

sofapizza:

l4tul4s-4n1m3-boobs:

hotelmatt:

I CNANT STOP LAUGHIGN AT THHS GIF BECUAUSE OF THE PERSON CHANGING NATIONALITIES IN THE BAKCKGROUND

ONE TIME I RAN SO FAST I TURNED BLACK

a track star is born

sofapizza:

l4tul4s-4n1m3-boobs:

hotelmatt:

I CNANT STOP LAUGHIGN AT THHS GIF BECUAUSE OF THE PERSON CHANGING NATIONALITIES IN THE BAKCKGROUND

ONE TIME I RAN SO FAST I TURNED BLACK

a track star is born

captinsoldier:

#that’s it #that’s the entire character #’you can’t pick fights with people three times your size t hey’re gonna pummel you’ #’WE’LL SEE’ #’you can’t join the army steve #you’ll die #’you can’t go beyond enemy lines to rescue your friend steve it’s suicide #’you can’t save your brainwashed boyfriend he’s going to kill you’ #on va voir: an autobiography by steve grant rogers #’i didn’t sign up for this: a foreword by natasha romanoff’ (x)

booasaur:

I love watching the Chessy and Elizabeth reveals when I’m down.

aflawedfashion:

Smallville Oliver Queen and Arrow Oliver Queen

cactusspatz:

galaxystew:

cactusspatz:

galaxystew:

gabylopez:

castithann:

my favorite part of any leverage episode is when the bad guy is wondering who could have possibly beat them and then they turn around and the leverage team is standing there lined up all smug and the bad guy just stares because they can’t do anything about it

that’s my favorite part

And then Sophie and Eliot do a synchronized hair flip that also leaves the mark sexually confused and frustrated.

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The Leverage writers literally called this ‘the gloat’, and consider it a requirement for every script. Not always the full crew, but apparently every time they forgot one they missed it, and put something in.

Have you also listened to the utterly amazing audio commentaries? :D

I have indeed! (still working through S4, and we don’t own S5 yet) You gotta love John Rogers and his devotion to drinking Guinness during all of them, and I genuinely adore how varied their comments are. Most commentaries wind up being the director/DP/producer moaning on about what fucking lens or filter they used, like anyone cares - but the Leverage crew are obviously fanpeople, because it’s all hilarious set stories and discussions of story structure and insider baseball about production issues and lectures on moneylaundering/pickpocketing/how __ horrible villain of the week was based on real life. <3

Speedy and Black Canary → Smallville Hollow Part 1