February 21, 2014   89,546 notes

pixalry:

Pokemon Amigurumi - Created by Johnny Navarro

Available for sale at the artisan’s Etsy Shop. You can also follow on Tumblr and Facebook.

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February 2, 2014   14,326 notes

zoewashburne:

ofhouseadama:

I LIVED THROUGH TOO MANY BULLSHIT LIVEJOURNAL AND FICTION ALLEY SHIP WARS FOR THIS I AM NOT RELIVING HARMONY VERSUS ROMIONE VERSUS WHO EVER THE FUCK ELSE HDU JKR I ONLY WANTED TO LIVE IN PEACE I THOUGHT I LEFT THIS ALL BEHIND IN 2006 

NEARLY HEADLESS NICK DIDN’T DIE FOR THIS

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January 11, 2014   17,145 notes

vibritannias:

also the hobbit has the worst raid party make-up ever. everyone is a warrior except like two rogues one of whom is a big noob and the only mage isn’t even a healer

legolas is like that lvl 100 dude that comes along and steals all your kills and then leaves

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December 21, 2013   211 notes
theatlantic:

Why a TV Show About Celebrity Fathers Has Enraptured China

Five celebrity fathers and their children traipse around China, riding camels through the western deserts, fishing off the east coast, and selling vegetables for their bus fare home in remote southwestern Yunnan province. One dad doesn’t know how to do his daughter’s hair, but give him a couple of episodes—he’ll figure it out. Another one must survive with his son for three days in the desert, where, because neither can cook, the two only eat instant noodles.
These story lines are part of Where Are We Going Dad? which, since its debut in October, has become one of China’s most popular television shows, averaging more than 600 million viewers each week (and more than 640 million downloads online). Sponsorship rights for the show’s second season sold for 312 million yuan (about $50 million), more than ten times higher than the rights to the first season. And searches for Where Are We Going Dad? turn up over 40 million hits on Sina Weibo, China’s Twitter.
Read more. [Image: Hunan Television]


MY MOTHER IS OBSESSED WITH THIS SHOW.

theatlantic:

Why a TV Show About Celebrity Fathers Has Enraptured China

Five celebrity fathers and their children traipse around China, riding camels through the western deserts, fishing off the east coast, and selling vegetables for their bus fare home in remote southwestern Yunnan province. One dad doesn’t know how to do his daughter’s hair, but give him a couple of episodes—he’ll figure it out. Another one must survive with his son for three days in the desert, where, because neither can cook, the two only eat instant noodles.

These story lines are part of Where Are We Going Dad? which, since its debut in October, has become one of China’s most popular television shows, averaging more than 600 million viewers each week (and more than 640 million downloads online). Sponsorship rights for the show’s second season sold for 312 million yuan (about $50 million), more than ten times higher than the rights to the first season. And searches for Where Are We Going Dad? turn up over 40 million hits on Sina Weibo, China’s Twitter.

Read more. [Image: Hunan Television]

MY MOTHER IS OBSESSED WITH THIS SHOW.

December 9, 2013   21,451 notes

kindergraph:

please watch this talking japanese cat

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December 9, 2013   189,561 notes

collections that are raw as fuck ➝ rami kadi s/s 2013

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December 9, 2013   237 notes
yay-for-my-feels:

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yay-for-my-feels:

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December 9, 2013   20,465 notes

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December 9, 2013   101,738 notes

tastefullyoffensive:

Cats Wearing Animal Hats

Previously: Cats Wearing Ties, Dogs Wearing Socks

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December 8, 2013   49,795 notes

skulln0va:

this is a compilation video of dogs that are too scared to walk past a cat

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