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So That's What It Does

A blog for anything I feel like posting.
Oct 1 '14

weloveshortvideos:

So this happened on Brazilian TV.

Oct 1 '14

royalbk:

Tonight I revisited my early teens.

And it was fabulous.

Oct 1 '14

movie:

The best movie quotes from Hocus Pocus (1993) follow movie for more movie quotes and posts!

Oct 1 '14

Anonymous asked:

my brother is learning japanese help! he took a history class as an elective then decided his required language credits should be japanese, i tried explaining to him that as a white person, learning another culture's language, especially cultures that have interacted with white people in the past is a form of cultural imperialism. he doesnt believe me, i already sent a letter to the head of the language dept. demanding students race be proven before taking spanish/chinese/japanese, what now??

thisisnotjapan:

To carry this terrible attempt at satire to its conclusion, you could stop using language altogether in protest! That would be awesome. Please do that. Or at least stop filling our inbox with TiA Redditor humor. They’re just going to get deleted anyway.

Oct 1 '14
trailerparkof-whores:

Did he just pull out his dick and drop it on them

trailerparkof-whores:

Did he just pull out his dick and drop it on them

Oct 1 '14

sturmtruppen:

Big Boss was indisputably played like a fiddle but I think that Kazuhira Miller was played more like a fine violin.

Oct 1 '14

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Today, Ferguson is prepared to “keep it moving.”

September 28th

Oct 1 '14

dogparkmayor:

Steal His Look: Chief of Ferguson Police Department

Cashmere racist suede white t-shirt - 462.56$

Versace Limited Edition pig mask - 612.40$

All-purpose steel garbage can - 14.99$

Man that’s insulting.

Pigs are kind and loving creatures

Oct 1 '14

totallynotagentphilcoulson asked:

RE: Big Boss Cosplay - I'd say go with both and settle on either the STABO harness or the SPIE harness to make and flub it until you can afford to make both harnesses (tho the SPIE harness is close enough to the STABO harness that you could just stick with that one). Either way you're gonna need the eye patch and a Vietnam-era Tiger Stripe patterned set of BDUs, and then there's the issue of him using a IISF load bearing vest in TPP which seems to be a less common bit of surplus esp. in black

sturmtruppen:

totallynotagentphilcoulson:

sturmtruppen:

Surprisingly the IISF is something I have on hand already. Rothco makes a decent enough version of the design, and it comes in black too. I’ll have to look around for Tiger Stripe camo but failing to get that cheap enough I always have a set of OD BDUs I can use.

Wait Rothco makes an IISF? I’ve been having a hell of a time finding any that weren’t the old M81 Woodland camo, I’d like to use one for archaeology instead of the old ALICE harness I’ve been using and may as well kill two birds with one stone

Yeah, I got mine used on ebay a while back but this is the same model on Amazon. Not the very best quality but holds up well enough.

I think they also do an ETLBV version with the slanted pouches? Not 100% sure that they’re Rothco but I have seen them kicking around

Oct 1 '14

vinebox:

shouldnt:

'my fucking cinnamon apple'

'you was my daisy'

(Source: sh4ne)

Oct 1 '14
myothershirtisclean:

My motorbike, it’s called “Eva”.

myothershirtisclean:

My motorbike, it’s called “Eva”.

Oct 1 '14
myothershirtisclean:

Another pic of my bike! Eva.

myothershirtisclean:

Another pic of my bike! Eva.

Oct 1 '14
qutter:

A friend shared this transparent OUTER HEAVEN logo with me that’s much better than the one I made. I’m not sure who the creator is, but thank you!

qutter:

A friend shared this transparent OUTER HEAVEN logo with me that’s much better than the one I made. I’m not sure who the creator is, but thank you!

Oct 1 '14
cleanlined:

Soldiers without Borders issue #32, 1974. In the spirit of comic book draft master Joe Kubert’s 1970’s Sgt. Rock covers

cleanlined:

Soldiers without Borders issue #32, 1974. In the spirit of comic book draft master Joe Kubert’s 1970’s Sgt. Rock covers

Oct 1 '14

Frank Welker goes from Adorable Squeaky Grandpa to Megatron to Fred Jones to Scooby Doo in a few seconds. [ x ]

(Source: littlechinesedoll)