For every Reblog 1$ will be donated to my autistic brothers fundraiser :)

mitchlions:

doctor10by10:

finnkurtismydrug:

gayasthefourthofjuly7:

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99% of people won’t reblog this because they think it’ll make their blog look as shitty as their heart.

Reblogging because I care, not because of the guilt trip ^

Same as above.

I think it’s good tumblr is being used to raise money for someone with a disability =).

(via miss-nerdgasmz)

arinjaeger:

Countdown to RWBY Vol. 2 ↴ 

Relatable moments [1/5]

arinjaeger:

Countdown to RWBY Vol. 2 ↴ 

Relatable moments [1/5]
luminoxxie:

haanigram:






THE LAST EPISODE OF FUTURAMA 1999 - 2013

GROSS SOBBING
DON’T TOUCH ME
luminoxxie:

haanigram:






THE LAST EPISODE OF FUTURAMA 1999 - 2013

GROSS SOBBING
DON’T TOUCH ME
luminoxxie:

haanigram:






THE LAST EPISODE OF FUTURAMA 1999 - 2013

GROSS SOBBING
DON’T TOUCH ME
luminoxxie:

haanigram:






THE LAST EPISODE OF FUTURAMA 1999 - 2013

GROSS SOBBING
DON’T TOUCH ME
luminoxxie:

haanigram:






THE LAST EPISODE OF FUTURAMA 1999 - 2013

GROSS SOBBING
DON’T TOUCH ME
luminoxxie:

haanigram:






THE LAST EPISODE OF FUTURAMA 1999 - 2013

GROSS SOBBING
DON’T TOUCH ME
luminoxxie:

haanigram:






THE LAST EPISODE OF FUTURAMA 1999 - 2013

GROSS SOBBING
DON’T TOUCH ME
luminoxxie:

haanigram:






THE LAST EPISODE OF FUTURAMA 1999 - 2013

GROSS SOBBING
DON’T TOUCH ME
luminoxxie:

haanigram:






THE LAST EPISODE OF FUTURAMA 1999 - 2013

GROSS SOBBING
DON’T TOUCH ME

luminoxxie:

haanigram:

THE LAST EPISODE OF FUTURAMA 1999 - 2013

GROSS SOBBING

DON’T TOUCH ME

(via hootbird)

booksandhotchocolate:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released seven years ago - July 21, 2007.
booksandhotchocolate:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released seven years ago - July 21, 2007.
booksandhotchocolate:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released seven years ago - July 21, 2007.
booksandhotchocolate:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released seven years ago - July 21, 2007.
booksandhotchocolate:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released seven years ago - July 21, 2007.
booksandhotchocolate:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released seven years ago - July 21, 2007.
booksandhotchocolate:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released seven years ago - July 21, 2007.

booksandhotchocolate:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released seven years ago - July 21, 2007.

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beanseller:

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team aqua is still better than team magma

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meltheshadowlover:

portlandthinkersbaseball:

"I can’t take this kind of pressure…"
Most traumatizing moments from The Brave Little Toaster (1987)

(Please take all this as not a criticism but as someone who grew up with this film and enjoys it but is seriously confused)
Ok What is up with this movie. Aside from all the terrifying imagery, including, but limited to, a character having their in sides torn out(!) it’s not even shot and directed like a children’s movie!
There are long moments of silence where characters just stare at things and wallow in the own thoughts with these terrible looks on their faces. There’s hardly any music besides the singing. The characters are mostly negative and if not hold this kind of pathetic lingering hope.
This isn’t a kids movie, it’s some animation college students final project that somehow became full length. Does anyone know how this thing got approved? Or got sequels? It’s just so bizarre. Was it just the time period where everything was getting shows and movies? This has seriously been driving me CRAZY since I rewatched this as an adult
meltheshadowlover:

portlandthinkersbaseball:

"I can’t take this kind of pressure…"
Most traumatizing moments from The Brave Little Toaster (1987)

(Please take all this as not a criticism but as someone who grew up with this film and enjoys it but is seriously confused)
Ok What is up with this movie. Aside from all the terrifying imagery, including, but limited to, a character having their in sides torn out(!) it’s not even shot and directed like a children’s movie!
There are long moments of silence where characters just stare at things and wallow in the own thoughts with these terrible looks on their faces. There’s hardly any music besides the singing. The characters are mostly negative and if not hold this kind of pathetic lingering hope.
This isn’t a kids movie, it’s some animation college students final project that somehow became full length. Does anyone know how this thing got approved? Or got sequels? It’s just so bizarre. Was it just the time period where everything was getting shows and movies? This has seriously been driving me CRAZY since I rewatched this as an adult
meltheshadowlover:

portlandthinkersbaseball:

"I can’t take this kind of pressure…"
Most traumatizing moments from The Brave Little Toaster (1987)

(Please take all this as not a criticism but as someone who grew up with this film and enjoys it but is seriously confused)
Ok What is up with this movie. Aside from all the terrifying imagery, including, but limited to, a character having their in sides torn out(!) it’s not even shot and directed like a children’s movie!
There are long moments of silence where characters just stare at things and wallow in the own thoughts with these terrible looks on their faces. There’s hardly any music besides the singing. The characters are mostly negative and if not hold this kind of pathetic lingering hope.
This isn’t a kids movie, it’s some animation college students final project that somehow became full length. Does anyone know how this thing got approved? Or got sequels? It’s just so bizarre. Was it just the time period where everything was getting shows and movies? This has seriously been driving me CRAZY since I rewatched this as an adult
meltheshadowlover:

portlandthinkersbaseball:

"I can’t take this kind of pressure…"
Most traumatizing moments from The Brave Little Toaster (1987)

(Please take all this as not a criticism but as someone who grew up with this film and enjoys it but is seriously confused)
Ok What is up with this movie. Aside from all the terrifying imagery, including, but limited to, a character having their in sides torn out(!) it’s not even shot and directed like a children’s movie!
There are long moments of silence where characters just stare at things and wallow in the own thoughts with these terrible looks on their faces. There’s hardly any music besides the singing. The characters are mostly negative and if not hold this kind of pathetic lingering hope.
This isn’t a kids movie, it’s some animation college students final project that somehow became full length. Does anyone know how this thing got approved? Or got sequels? It’s just so bizarre. Was it just the time period where everything was getting shows and movies? This has seriously been driving me CRAZY since I rewatched this as an adult
meltheshadowlover:

portlandthinkersbaseball:

"I can’t take this kind of pressure…"
Most traumatizing moments from The Brave Little Toaster (1987)

(Please take all this as not a criticism but as someone who grew up with this film and enjoys it but is seriously confused)
Ok What is up with this movie. Aside from all the terrifying imagery, including, but limited to, a character having their in sides torn out(!) it’s not even shot and directed like a children’s movie!
There are long moments of silence where characters just stare at things and wallow in the own thoughts with these terrible looks on their faces. There’s hardly any music besides the singing. The characters are mostly negative and if not hold this kind of pathetic lingering hope.
This isn’t a kids movie, it’s some animation college students final project that somehow became full length. Does anyone know how this thing got approved? Or got sequels? It’s just so bizarre. Was it just the time period where everything was getting shows and movies? This has seriously been driving me CRAZY since I rewatched this as an adult
meltheshadowlover:

portlandthinkersbaseball:

"I can’t take this kind of pressure…"
Most traumatizing moments from The Brave Little Toaster (1987)

(Please take all this as not a criticism but as someone who grew up with this film and enjoys it but is seriously confused)
Ok What is up with this movie. Aside from all the terrifying imagery, including, but limited to, a character having their in sides torn out(!) it’s not even shot and directed like a children’s movie!
There are long moments of silence where characters just stare at things and wallow in the own thoughts with these terrible looks on their faces. There’s hardly any music besides the singing. The characters are mostly negative and if not hold this kind of pathetic lingering hope.
This isn’t a kids movie, it’s some animation college students final project that somehow became full length. Does anyone know how this thing got approved? Or got sequels? It’s just so bizarre. Was it just the time period where everything was getting shows and movies? This has seriously been driving me CRAZY since I rewatched this as an adult
meltheshadowlover:

portlandthinkersbaseball:

"I can’t take this kind of pressure…"
Most traumatizing moments from The Brave Little Toaster (1987)

(Please take all this as not a criticism but as someone who grew up with this film and enjoys it but is seriously confused)
Ok What is up with this movie. Aside from all the terrifying imagery, including, but limited to, a character having their in sides torn out(!) it’s not even shot and directed like a children’s movie!
There are long moments of silence where characters just stare at things and wallow in the own thoughts with these terrible looks on their faces. There’s hardly any music besides the singing. The characters are mostly negative and if not hold this kind of pathetic lingering hope.
This isn’t a kids movie, it’s some animation college students final project that somehow became full length. Does anyone know how this thing got approved? Or got sequels? It’s just so bizarre. Was it just the time period where everything was getting shows and movies? This has seriously been driving me CRAZY since I rewatched this as an adult
meltheshadowlover:

portlandthinkersbaseball:

"I can’t take this kind of pressure…"
Most traumatizing moments from The Brave Little Toaster (1987)

(Please take all this as not a criticism but as someone who grew up with this film and enjoys it but is seriously confused)
Ok What is up with this movie. Aside from all the terrifying imagery, including, but limited to, a character having their in sides torn out(!) it’s not even shot and directed like a children’s movie!
There are long moments of silence where characters just stare at things and wallow in the own thoughts with these terrible looks on their faces. There’s hardly any music besides the singing. The characters are mostly negative and if not hold this kind of pathetic lingering hope.
This isn’t a kids movie, it’s some animation college students final project that somehow became full length. Does anyone know how this thing got approved? Or got sequels? It’s just so bizarre. Was it just the time period where everything was getting shows and movies? This has seriously been driving me CRAZY since I rewatched this as an adult

meltheshadowlover:

portlandthinkersbaseball:

"I can’t take this kind of pressure…"

Most traumatizing moments from The Brave Little Toaster (1987)

(Please take all this as not a criticism but as someone who grew up with this film and enjoys it but is seriously confused)

Ok What is up with this movie. Aside from all the terrifying imagery, including, but limited to, a character having their in sides torn out(!) it’s not even shot and directed like a children’s movie!

There are long moments of silence where characters just stare at things and wallow in the own thoughts with these terrible looks on their faces. There’s hardly any music besides the singing. The characters are mostly negative and if not hold this kind of pathetic lingering hope.

This isn’t a kids movie, it’s some animation college students final project that somehow became full length. Does anyone know how this thing got approved? Or got sequels? It’s just so bizarre. Was it just the time period where everything was getting shows and movies? This has seriously been driving me CRAZY since I rewatched this as an adult

miss-nerdgasmz:

the-meta:

yup-that-exists:

Diesel Powered MechWarrior ($1,350,000.00)

That’s right, your childhood dreams can actually come true if you have an extra $1,350,00.00 lying around. These diesel powered MechWarriors are for sale to the public and come with all the bells and whistles you could imagine, even an assortment of weapons that you can customize to your liking.

BUY IT HERE

FRECKLES. YOU DO EXIST.

Now we know what Lazer Team’s budget was for

eveningsilencesoftensgolden:

officalsailoramerica:

musesandlovelydays:

Guys, please I need your help. I know this isn’t Disneyland or DisneyWorld. It’s my dream college. I want to go to FIlm school, I want to become a director and it’s been my dream to become one. I have so much passion for film making It’s ridiculous. My dream college is over 1,101 miles away from where I live. At first my mother and I were not on the same perspective. She thought I was crazy and would never make it. However, the college called me and found interest in what I can do! I knew that was my chance, so I spoke to my mother again, and unfortunately she hardly agreed this time either. Then I thought of Tumblr, we got a kid to go to DIsneyland, and heck we got a girl a bird! So why not college? If this can get to over 100k notes she says she’ll get one step closer in letting me attend my dream college! I know this might be asking a lot but please help me show my mom that I can make it and chase after my dreams! One reblog can help so much! xx 

Please signal boost this everybody!

HOW IS THIS NOT BIGGER GET THIS GIRL TO A HIGHER EDUCATION

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bromancing-the-stone:

sarahtheheartslayer:

ruinedchildhood:

The cast of Matilda reenacted the Bruce Bogtrotter cake scene for the movies 17th anniversary [x]

I really don’t think any of you understand how important this is to me.

Ummmm that chunky kid grew up to be a cutie
bromancing-the-stone:

sarahtheheartslayer:

ruinedchildhood:

The cast of Matilda reenacted the Bruce Bogtrotter cake scene for the movies 17th anniversary [x]

I really don’t think any of you understand how important this is to me.

Ummmm that chunky kid grew up to be a cutie
bromancing-the-stone:

sarahtheheartslayer:

ruinedchildhood:

The cast of Matilda reenacted the Bruce Bogtrotter cake scene for the movies 17th anniversary [x]

I really don’t think any of you understand how important this is to me.

Ummmm that chunky kid grew up to be a cutie
bromancing-the-stone:

sarahtheheartslayer:

ruinedchildhood:

The cast of Matilda reenacted the Bruce Bogtrotter cake scene for the movies 17th anniversary [x]

I really don’t think any of you understand how important this is to me.

Ummmm that chunky kid grew up to be a cutie
bromancing-the-stone:

sarahtheheartslayer:

ruinedchildhood:

The cast of Matilda reenacted the Bruce Bogtrotter cake scene for the movies 17th anniversary [x]

I really don’t think any of you understand how important this is to me.

Ummmm that chunky kid grew up to be a cutie
bromancing-the-stone:

sarahtheheartslayer:

ruinedchildhood:

The cast of Matilda reenacted the Bruce Bogtrotter cake scene for the movies 17th anniversary [x]

I really don’t think any of you understand how important this is to me.

Ummmm that chunky kid grew up to be a cutie
bromancing-the-stone:

sarahtheheartslayer:

ruinedchildhood:

The cast of Matilda reenacted the Bruce Bogtrotter cake scene for the movies 17th anniversary [x]

I really don’t think any of you understand how important this is to me.

Ummmm that chunky kid grew up to be a cutie
bromancing-the-stone:

sarahtheheartslayer:

ruinedchildhood:

The cast of Matilda reenacted the Bruce Bogtrotter cake scene for the movies 17th anniversary [x]

I really don’t think any of you understand how important this is to me.

Ummmm that chunky kid grew up to be a cutie

bromancing-the-stone:

sarahtheheartslayer:

ruinedchildhood:

The cast of Matilda reenacted the Bruce Bogtrotter cake scene for the movies 17th anniversary [x]

I really don’t think any of you understand how important this is to me.

Ummmm that chunky kid grew up to be a cutie

(via tsundereninja)

seananmcguire:

animatedamerican:

villainny:

Zoe and Wash, while deeply forever ridiculously in love, are not drift compatible.

Zoe and Mal are drift compatible.

Kaylee and Wash are drift compatible, and they have the best piloted, sweetest running jaeger ever been seen in…