UNBELIEVABLE PROGRAMMING HELL


it's really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really fun


spookmallow:

man can you imagine how hard it would be to work in a pokemon center tho like not only are you dealing with a billion different species of animals but like some of them are electric. some of them need to be on fire. some of them are plants. some of them are like 90 times your size and won’t even fit in the building. some of them are ghosts. some of them are rocks

danaterrace:

womp

purex:

send rudes. send me a picture of you being very very mean.

(Source: facesofsmash)

hornetaur:

She had curves in all the wrong places - some of them cast a 3-dimensional shadows, still others hummed a low, discordant note as they flitted about like flies. She was nothing like other girls - she was an abomination from the 6th plane of torment

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arabellesicardi:

Exhibit A on why my friends hazelcills and gabbytwelveoclocke are the smartest fucking people I know and all of us are coming to take everyone’s jobs because look at this, isn’t it a revelation? Isn’t it beyond? It’s beyond. 

(Source: kzk-kizaki)

mrawesompotato:

season 1 and 2 comparison

(Source: toto-ro)

saunterdown:

#this is some like dark mage sorcerer goddess fashion going on here im diggin it so hard 

mrockefeller:

Here are all five spreads from the pokemon zine I made for Light Grey Art Lab!

The show is now open, so if you’re in the Minneapolis area, you should definitely go check it out. You can find more information about the show here.

I will be printing more of these zines in the future and will let you know when they are for sale!

kppamyurin:

TABLE OF DREAMS

maroonracoon:

go home

maroonracoon:

go home

im glad we re all having a good time here on tumblo dot biz


To help celebrate the 20th anniversary [of Microsoft’s website], Walton and Rupert re-created the 1994 page from scratch, describing it as “sort of like an archaeological dig, digging through dinosaur bones, to find out how they did this then,” says Rupert.

To help celebrate the 20th anniversary [of Microsoft’s website], Walton and Rupert re-created the 1994 page from scratch, describing it as “sort of like an archaeological dig, digging through dinosaur bones, to find out how they did this then,” says Rupert.

(Source: blogs.microsoft.com)