I am a leaf on the wind. Watch how I soar.

Time... lines??? Time is not made out of lines, it is made out of circles. THAT IS WHY CLOCKS ARE ROUND!!!

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THE BEST ROBIN WILLIAMS CHARACTER EVER TOPLIST!

With the recent passing of Robin Williams, we’ve all been thinking and reflecting on his life and the roles that brought everyone so much joy. But while so much attention is given to some of his more stand-out roles, it’s important to remember his crazy versatility as an actor. This guy was more than just Genie and Mrs. Doubtfire - he did a PERFECT Popeye impression, he’s ridiculously great in the dark and funny World’s Greatest Dad, and is weirdly perfect for an adult Peter Pan.

Click here to vote for your favorite Robin Williams character!

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10 of the Creepiest Unmarked Locations & Encounters in Fallout 3

Even for a game about the grim and terrifying world of post-apocalyptic Washington DC that’s been taken over by bandits, feral radioactive zombies, and an insane fascist government, Fallout 3 is a creepy game that’s packed to the gills with weird and unsettling things. So many things, that the game developers didn’t even bother to mark a lot of the things that are the MOST creepy.

To see the 10 of the creepiest unmarked things in the Capital Wasteland, click here!

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The most famous of internet laws is well, most likely Rule 34: There’s porn versions of everything, from movies to cartoons to breakfast cereals (ESPECIALLY breakfast cereals). The second most commonplace is Rule 63, which dictates that every fictional character has, somewhere, a gender-swapped equivalent. One of the most prevalent examples is in comic books, where every Batman has a Batgirl and every Superman has a Supergirl. Though there are some exceptions, for the most part Rule 63 characters are just really lazy attempts to add sex appeal to popular male characters. It’s a shady and sometimes nauseating practice, but it’s just so much easier than creating a compelling female character who stands on her own without owing her identity to a man.
We’ve compiled a list of the worst offenders below. And before you soil your browser history in the name of curiosity: Yes, Rule 34 and Rule 63 go hand-in-hand.
To read more, click here!

dorkly:

The most famous of internet laws is well, most likely Rule 34: There’s porn versions of everything, from movies to cartoons to breakfast cereals (ESPECIALLY breakfast cereals). The second most commonplace is Rule 63, which dictates that every fictional character has, somewhere, a gender-swapped equivalent. One of the most prevalent examples is in comic books, where every Batman has a Batgirl and every Superman has a Supergirl. Though there are some exceptions, for the most part Rule 63 characters are just really lazy attempts to add sex appeal to popular male characters. It’s a shady and sometimes nauseating practice, but it’s just so much easier than creating a compelling female character who stands on her own without owing her identity to a man.

We’ve compiled a list of the worst offenders below. And before you soil your browser history in the name of curiosity: Yes, Rule 34 and Rule 63 go hand-in-hand.

To read more, click here!

dreams-and-hard-realities:


THEY WERE FIGHTING AND WERE ALL LIKE ARRRR IMMA GET YOU BITCH BUT THEN, WHAT, WHY IS THE FLOOR SO SPRINGY. BETTER TEST IT OUT.

THIS IS THE CUTEST THING EVER OMG

dreams-and-hard-realities:

THEY WERE FIGHTING AND WERE ALL LIKE ARRRR IMMA GET YOU BITCH BUT THEN, WHAT, WHY IS THE FLOOR SO SPRINGY. BETTER TEST IT OUT.

THIS IS THE CUTEST THING EVER OMG

(Source: 4gifs, via tumblaughter)