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vthebookworm:

ragglefraggles:

when they say youre too old for disney

The hop, I can’t. I cackled.

friends-with-the-doctor:

roses are red

violets aren’t real

i like to use my radio show

to moon over my hot scientist boyfriend

                                  - Cecil

Roses are red

we’ve talked about the violets

these dont even rhyme 

stop broadcasting our sex life 

                            - Carlos 

moodysshuffle:

ppl be like “weird al has returned” like he left or s/t

weird al never leaves

he is a constant force in this world

you might not hear about him for a while, a few months, a couple years

but he’s always here, and has never left

he doesn’t return. he rises.

mcumeta:

Bucky Barnes: Captain America’s first shield

The more I rewatch (because that’s never going to stop happening), the more I see what was enhanced in Bucky. When he’s liberated from Zola, the first questions he asks are entirely about Steve’s well-being. He, the man who was beaten and tortured and imprisoned, wants to make sure his friend is all right. He wants to take care of him, even when he can barely stand.
 
So here’s my expanded theory: the serum takes what makes a man good or bad and amplifies it to the Nth degree. So Steve, who is just and good and fair-minded, becomes even more so. But Bucky? What do we know about Bucky? We know that his first and foremost priority in New York was to keep Steve safe. His protective instincts are epic, and in the deleted scene, he’s doing the same for the rest of the 107th.

Bucky is a protector. It’s what he did back in the day. He protects that which he considers his, in this case, Steve.

So when this corrupted serum was put into him, it took this loyalty and protectiveness and turned it up to eleven. And not just the emotions, but upped the ruthlessness with which he protected that which was his. If someone tries to kill the person that Bucky is protecting, he shows no hesitation in killing them first. He arms himself to protect Steve.

And this carries over to the Winter Soldier.

Not the loyalty, because that’s why they need to use their machines. But the fact that he will kill anyone who is a threat to his handlers. He isn’t loyal to them, not by choice. They use their machines to change his focus and make him protect them. He does everything he did for Steve for them now, because he still has that impulse to defend. It’s just that he’s now defending the people who turned him into a weapon. They took his mind and made him theirs, but they couldn’t change the person he was before, the protector.

The definition of shield is “a person or thing providing protection”. Long before Steve Rogers was Captain America, he already had a shield.

elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey:

a visual representation of black people and macklemore at the grammys

(Source: nbcsnl)

akachanart:

I missed two Porny Thursday ! D: I’ll make it to you all next thursday !

akachanart:

I missed two Porny Thursday ! D: I’ll make it to you all next thursday !

satanslittlewh0re:

this is the best pun in tv history but oh my gosh the feels

(Source: extraordinarygrey)

homiemura:

a baguette in the butt would be a pain in the ass

alwaysactually:

lusilly:

some muggleborn like “i want to be an astronaut when i grow up!”

wizard kids like “wtf is an astronaut”

"oh you know…the people who go to the moon"

dannybrony:

This is the most revealing adult humor joke about masturbation you may find on a Nickelodeon show like Fairly Odd Parents.

When I first saw heard this I couldn’t stop laughing.

(Source: plastic-cyborg)