baby baby baby
This literally just crushed me.
I WILL NEVER MAKE ANOTHER GRUMPY CAT JOKE AS LONG AS I LIVE
mother of god, we have all done a sin
Its like an animal abuse commercial
BUT GUYS she gets to have everyone love him now so it’s ok!
"A sub-plot in their relationship was Forster’s homosexuality, towards which Lawrence remained tolerant yet skilfully uninvolved." - Jeremy Wilson
…brb giggling foreverThis describes it perfectly.
This pretty much describes my sex life.
Amy Adams photographed by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue US, August 2014
today (20 july), 45 years ago…..if you believe
I BELIEVE. —MICHAEL STIPE
AU where we’re all well rested and everyone loves their job
Richard II is the best fandom because it’s the only one with Minions.
Minions are one of the many reasons why the Richard II fandom is an excellent fandom indeed.
I like that even the guys whose job expressly involves sycophancy all have great “are you really going to do the thing” faces.
(This is the best late night ask I could receive right now <3333333)
This already is basically the minions’ response to the whole “muster up some men, idk” thing:
(and now I really want to watch Despicable Me again, but it’s too late at night, woe is me)
Also, I think we all need to remember this picture:
I think we will find I made this joke first, only much less amusingly. SO THERE.
why arent oven mitts called glovens
my sexuality is girls all the time and boys if they’re famous, almost offensively beautiful and completely unattainable so i can attach all my impossible ideals to them and never have to have anything to do with them irl
Sophia’s female anatomy lesson benefits everyone
Monty Python Live (mostly) — July 20, 2014
Truly beautiful and moving………..magnificently done Peter O’Toole. ( I only wish he had voiced the whole Shakespeare sonnet collection).
Clip from the 2006 film Venus. A great picture, both full of laughs and very moving at the same time. Another outstanding performance by O’Toole for which he got an Oscar nomination.
“A cuneiform tablet from Nippur in Iraq dated to 2000 BC indicates the names of strings on the lyre and represents the earliest known example of music notation. Although these tablets were fragmentary, these tablets represent the earliest melodies found anywhere in the world.”