Word Spatter Analyst

jaymug:

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thefrogman:

Drawn by Liz Climo [tumblr | twitter]

thefrogman:

Drawn by Liz Climo [tumblr | twitter]

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orlagartland:

is this real life

orlagartland:

is this real life

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peepthestyle:

#panslabyrinth had a big effect on me. 2010, prepping for the #stanleykubrickfilmfest at the #slc at #floridastateuniversity (Taken with Instagram)

peepthestyle:

#panslabyrinth had a big effect on me. 2010, prepping for the #stanleykubrickfilmfest at the #slc at #floridastateuniversity (Taken with Instagram)

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deathsentenceontwelvesystems:

Most Under-appreciated Sci-Fi/Fantasy Actor Post: Warwick Davis. 

Star Wars. Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Harry Potter. Leprechaun. Chronicles of Narnia. Willow. Tenth Kingdom. 

He’s amazing.

Thank you. 

I had such a crush on him when I was a kid

While everyone was drooling over Val Kilmer

Who is also rather nice

HE WAS MARVIN!?

ACORN WAS MARVIN? HOLY SHIT.

ACORN. YOU ARE A SWAMP WITCH. WHAT ARE YOU DOING IN A ROBOT?

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popculturebrain:

DC Pierson schools a lazy student.

HA! The internet is amazing. I love this.

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neil-gaiman:

I was just thinking today how much I love Tom Gauld’s work. So I am posting this here so other people will love it too.

neil-gaiman:

I was just thinking today how much I love Tom Gauld’s work. So I am posting this here so other people will love it too.

neil-gaiman:

Thirty five years ago a Nottingham magistrate “reluctantly” ruled that the word Bollocks was neither obscene nor indecent. Which is good to know on the sort of a rumpled Monday morning when you feel like wearing a T-shirt with “Bollocks” on it.
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neil-gaiman:

Thirty five years ago a Nottingham magistrate “reluctantly” ruled that the word Bollocks was neither obscene nor indecent. Which is good to know on the sort of a rumpled Monday morning when you feel like wearing a T-shirt with “Bollocks” on it.

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