If I Thought I Could Kill The World
gayobamafanfiction:

karenhurley:

2,400 Krispy Kreme Doughnuts - Perfect for EVERY occasion 
The donut chain created the special ‘Double Hundred Dozen’ as part of its new ‘Occasions’ offering which caters to large scale events and parties. 

#”hello yes i would like 2400 donuts”#” okay sir what event are you hosting?”#”the event is called ‘i am going to eat 2400 donuts’ ”

gayobamafanfiction:

karenhurley:

2,400 Krispy Kreme Doughnuts - Perfect for EVERY occasion 

The donut chain created the special ‘Double Hundred Dozen’ as part of its new ‘Occasions’ offering which caters to large scale events and parties. 

ruinedchildhood:

this show was fucked up.

kuueater:

kooky kooky

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KOOKYKOOKYKOOKYKOOKYKOOKYKOOKYKOOKYKOOK

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sturmtruppen:

this is some anime bullshit

equinya:

Gamzee Makara 
This is a revised version of the original, as a gift to my belove’d Jaunell
Prints for sale here

equinya:

Gamzee Makara 

This is a revised version of the original, as a gift to my belove’d Jaunell

Prints for sale here

jordandrobson:

iraffiruse:

Trying to sleep while drunk

this is the most accurate thing ever

nprfreshair:

Today actor Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy, Hellboy) joins us to talk about his new memoir, Easy Street (The Hard Way).  In the interview he tells us about what it’s like acting under heavy prosthetic makeup:

"You look like you’re doing a lot of stuff because you’re covered, but the makeup is so seamless and so liquid. The more subtle you are, the more expressive you are. Everything you’re doing, even if you’re just thinking something without moving a muscle, it shows through. When I realized how little I had to do in prosthetic makeup and that the makeup was nothing more than an enhancement — an addition, another layer that added to the texture of the character — it was a liberating feeling for me."

nprfreshair:

Today actor Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy, Hellboy) joins us to talk about his new memoir, Easy Street (The Hard Way).  In the interview he tells us about what it’s like acting under heavy prosthetic makeup:

"You look like you’re doing a lot of stuff because you’re covered, but the makeup is so seamless and so liquid. The more subtle you are, the more expressive you are. Everything you’re doing, even if you’re just thinking something without moving a muscle, it shows through. When I realized how little I had to do in prosthetic makeup and that the makeup was nothing more than an enhancement — an addition, another layer that added to the texture of the character — it was a liberating feeling for me."